But back to business. This week, Rudy slouches on her duties as the representative female tap dancer in her class. She's been assigned to perform alongside a trained tapper, and rather than try and fail, she's opting to quit while she's behind. I know the feeling. Of course, her teacher and parents are having none of that. Mostly, the whole episode is an excuse for Bill Cosby to do several minutes of fake dancing. To be fair, it's a hysterical bit.
And yet we never see her actually dance.
Typical: you buy her dolls, she plays with clothespins.
Love dem clothespins.
Chibi Moon realness.
Repeats make my life easier even when they're ugly.
Your parents spent a lot of money on those tap shoes, kids.
You're going to ruin that nice hardwood floor.
She's becoming one of my favorites.
Even this isn't that bad.
And you wrecked it.
I may never like Theo again.
Angelina: out. Lisa: in.
Worse than Theo.
Her phone faces are always the best faces.
Really, all her faces.
Like: look at that face.
He's got some good face, too, obviously.
In fact, it's hard sometimes to find him looking normal.
It's weird to me that they all dressed up for this living room rehearsal.
That black square on his collar really bugs me.
Gosh, that was a lot. I'm frankly OK with the episodes where the Huxtables fix everything in a day; my life is easier when theirs is.