It's just a bladder infection; the maternity top is a red herring.
A couple more things about her before we move on. One: she's in the Community Center from episode #1.23, so that's still a thing. Two: she's giving off a Whitney groove with that hair, am I right?
A graph and a diagram. SCIENCE!
Smart n' tartan.
This shirt is in the same vein as Clair's episode #1.10 sack. She's on the right track in her efforts to give the look a little more shape, but the top is still too large and ends up making her sort of lumberjack-y in her appearance. Fratboy lumberjack-y, what with the popped collar and all. I love the red belt and pants, though; her lower half is much more successful in displaying her proportions in a flattering manner. The only other thing to mention about her look is this:
Spousal abuse is hilarious.
Shouldn't you be at Princeton or something?
It's like a theater mullet: comedy on the side, tragedy in the front.
He spends most of the episode dumbfounded.
She spends most of every episode dumbfounded.
And now for the bad news.
As some of you may have noticed by now, Netflix has removed The Cosby Show from its roster of streaming options. Thus, I'll need physical DVDs to continue this blog. I hadn't intended on spending money on this project (just a great deal of time), but I'm willing to do it because... well, don't make me think too hard about it. Still, the cost was unforeseen and I'm not a wealthy man. If you enjoy this blog, please consider donating a dollar to the cause. Just a buck, really, I'm not asking you to send me a boxed set of discs or anything. Since this has officially become a place where I beg for money, I've removed the ads from the site. They weren't exactly hauling in major coinage anyway.
Thanks for tolerating this flagrant, embarrassing plea. See you next week.