A Brooklyn filmmaker erased Bill Cosby entirely from the Cosby show. His family looks pretty happy without him, actually. His removal leaves a TV show with a camera man who's kind of unfocused about a little girl who talks to her imaginary friend. Or is he a real household ghost? You decide!
Ghost or no, at least Cosby minus Cosby is a lot more cheerful than Garfield minus Garfield.
Possibly because Garfield doesn't have any pending sexual assault charges...
The Minnesota State Fair just doesn't get fine art.
This portrait of Bill Cosby caused quite a stir at the fair before it was taken down after being up for only a day.
The portrait, made form "rapeseed" or canola seed, was created by Nick Rondo, a 37-year-old software engineer. He wasn't surprised people complained.
"The point was just to see, would there be outrage? Would there be people talking about it? Would it even get through?" he told Pioneer Press.
Although the portrait was originally allowed into the fair, an official made Rondo cover up the word "rapeseed" on his work, which basically defeats any type of message the artist was trying to make.
Despite the removal of the portrait, Rondo said this was for the best.
"I think it's actually maybe the best possible scenario," he said. "Up for a day and then taken down."
Promoting his new directorial effort Trainwreck on the Tonight Show July 20, Judd Apatow decided to pull out some new stand up material and pull no punches as well.
Apatow put Bill Cosby right in his crosshairs and fired off shot after shot at the 78-year-old comic.
So far, over 40 women have accused Cosby of a wide range of sexual coercion and assault and news keep coming out from a deposition obtained by The New York Times.
Ouch. When life hands you Lemon, things get awkward really fast.
In an interview Tuesday with Joan Tarshis, one of the women who recently spoke up about new allegations of sexual assault against Bill Cosby, CNN anchor Don Lemon offered some very unusual advice on how she might have avoided it.
Lemon: You — you know, there are ways not to perform oral sex if you didn't want to do it.
Tarshis: I was kind of stoned at the time, and quite honestly, that didn't even enter my mind. Now I wish it would have.
Lemon: Right. Meaning the using of the teeth, right?
Following the interview, Twitter users took to the hashtag #DonLemonReporting to express their meme-rage.
I mean really, Mrs. Kennedy, did your husband have to be riding around in a convertible? #DonLemonReporting— Stephanie Levy (@stephanie_levy) November 19, 2014
"Yes, but the Hindenburg could have just turned left, did anyone think to turn left?" #DonLemonReporting— Oliver Willis (@owillis) November 19, 2014
Show me on this doll where you're faking your allegations. #DonLemonReporting— Crutnacker (@Crutnacker) November 19, 2014
Bruce Wayne should thank the man who killed his parents. That man gave him the motivation to become Batman. #DonLemonReporting— L. Brothers Media (@LBrothersMedia) November 19, 2014
"Buffalo residents, If you didn't want to be buried in snow, then why do you live in Buffalo?" #DonLemonReporting— The Democrat Machine (@DemocratMachine) November 19, 2014
Bill Cosby attempted a simple little PR stunt on Twitter Monday, and it blew up in his face almost instantly.
Tweeting a link to a Cosby meme generator on his website (which has since been deleted), he asked his followers to turn his pictures into memes, by adding some text.
But this year, following news that he would be starring in a new NBC sitcom, Cosby's past has come back to haunt him, with old sexual assualt allegations resurfacing in the media.
So it probably wasn't the best time to ask people to get creative with Cosby's images. Has his social media team ever even heard of the Internet?
Here are a few examples of the resulting Cosby meme - he certainly got lots of attention for this stunt, but not in the way they had hoped.