No snarky captions for legends.
Staunch. S - T - A - U - N - C - H.
Apropos of nothing: Why did Danny Kaye give the dentist a German accent?
His mother (who is credited simply as "James' mother") is portrayed by Eli Giaggo. This was her first and last television gig, but she makes an impression. The shearling-lined coat she's wearing stayed around for a while. Debra Messing owned a similar one in the late '90s that my sister was positively desperate to own. Underneath, she's maybe a hair out of bounds with her color choices. I'd say there's one too many shades and would suggest that she remove either the coral or the yellow, though not both. The pattern of her top is a little messy; you kind of have to be Bill Cosby to pull off the Cosby sweater. I love the cut of her pants, though; the structure of her outfit is great and overall I'm happy with the effort. If this is what she wears when she takes her kid to the dentist, I have a feeling she could knock your socks off at a dinner party.
"Schlub residence. This is Dr. Schlub speaking."
You can take her classy wardrobe, but not her sassy face.
Showing you how it's done. Take note, other Huxtables.
Photos: Marcus Tondo / GoRunway.com
Yes, she did just scoop you as the most fashionable sibling.
Not best, but getting better.
Potentially better than her brother.
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