B.B. King guest stars as legendary blues singer Riley Jackson, the lifelong idol of Theo Huxtable (Malcolm-Jamal Warner). Thrilled to discover that Jackson is an old friend of his grandparents Russell and Anna, Theo ends up seeking advice from Riley on an affair of the heart. This leads to a snowballing series of misinterpreted singals, wherein everybody concludes that Theo is primed to pop the question to his girlfriend Justine (Michelle Thomas). Hal Erickson, Rovi
After arranging a date between Vanessa (Tempestt Bledsoe) and a cute guy named Elliot (Garland Whitt), Denise (Lisa Bonet) entertains thoughts of becoming a singles counselor. But "entertaining" is hardly the operative word when Elliot turns out to already have a girflriend named Shayna (Malinda Williams)--and he goes to Denise, begging advice on how to dump one girl in favor of another. Stuck in the middle of a menage-a-trois in the making, helpful Denise succeeds only in getting into hot water with everyone concerned Hal Erickson, Rovi
Although Theo (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) is still smitten by Justine, he insists that her talk of marriage "sucks the romance" out of the relationship. Appalled by this philosophy, Cliff (Bill Cosby), Elvin (Geoffrey Owens) and Martin (Joseph C. Phillips) all but fall over themselves to prove how romantic they can be with their wives. Cliff's insists that the more money a husband spends, the more affectionate he is; challenging this attitude, Elvin and Martin wager that they can "win over" their spouses without exceeding a 25-dollar limit Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cliff (Bill Cosby) braves a terrific rainstorm to purchase a few extra ingredients for the Huxtables' Thanksgiving dinner--only to be forced back into the deluge time and again because he keeps forgetting one "little" item after another. To top off the situation, Martin's ex-wife Paula (Victoria Rowell) shows up unexpectedly. How will Denise (Lisa Bonet) react upon meeting her matrimonial predecessor face-to-face? Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cliff (Bill Cosby) is upset that his son Theo (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) hasn't invited him to his new apartment, all because Theo is worried that Cliff's long-winded anecdotes would bore his roommates. Happily, this proves not to be the case; unhappily, Theo and his buddies are evicted after trying to replicate one of Cliff's childhood stunts Anthony Quinn guest stars as Theo's irascible landlord in this episode, which also introduces two new sets of twin child actors as the children of Cliff's eldest daughter Sondra (Sabrina LeBeauf). Hal Erickson, Rovi
Denise (Lisa Bonet) has trouble understanding why Sondra (Sabrina LeBeauf) is so worn out taking care of her twins Nelson and Winnie--or at least, she HAD trouble understanding until she herself volunteers to spend an evening as babysitter. Our heroine soon gets a clue to what she's in for when the power fails and the twins start screaming uncontrollably. because they can't watch their favorite video. But the situation doesn't really spiral out of control until Denise forgets about baby Winnie's food allergy. With this episode, twins Christopher Griggs and Clayton Griggs take over from Everett Wilson and Ronald Wilson in the role of Nelson Tibideaux. Hal Erickson, Rovi
- Sitcom [TV], Domestic Comedy
- 09 hr 10 min
- Anthony Quinn , Clarice Taylor , B.B. King , Charles Brown , Deon Richmond
- Tony Singletary , Malcolm-Jamal Warner , Chuck Vinson , Neema Barnette , Carl Lauten , Jay Sandrich
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