"And I tell you this, Hillman graduates: don't worry about the vase."
Why introduce this character if the whole point is that he's going away?
Cee-Lo Green, Ph.D.
Let's just repeatedly say yes to everything that's happening here.
A structured sack is still a sack.
How to ruin a good suit in three easy steps.
I like it when I can like her. Really, I want us to be friends.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed for season 4. Maybe it gets better?
So nice she wore it twice.
I'm sorry to have captured him making that face.
It's tough to catch him not making one of those faces, actually.
I don't see buttons on that collar. How does it fit over her head?
And now, we all say "NO" loudly and in unison until the demon is banished.
Even at this age, she was world weary.
It's dresses like this that wore her out.
I rarely mention it, but it still bothers me that they wear shoes in the house.
I didn't realize until I paused it how bad his handshake face was.
Even when there's only a sliver of her, I'd always rather look at Clair.
From the side, it turns out that this lean against the door isn't sexy at all.
And now, as teased in the first paragraph, the reason to watch this episode at all: Phylicia Rashad singing! Coming from a Broadway background, she's no stranger to delivering a live vocal, and this rendition of "All Good Things Will Be Added Unto You" is so delicious that it gets replayed while the credits roll. If it's good enough to end a season of The Cosby Show, then it's good enough to end a season of Huxtable Hotness, so I've included the video below. Watch and enjoy. (If you're like me, you'll watch it a hundred times. You'll also notice that the brief opening with Cliff is from season 4, and that will get you excited in advance for next week's entry, in which I review the new credits sequence!)