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I thought that pretending to be naked (even if I only disrobed to my collar bone) would hopefully call attention to skin cancer, a disease that both my parents have suffered from. Beck, but that scar on the side of my father’s face is from a melanoma he had removed when I was in middle school.
Did you know melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer?
Jones and Lowe will make their exits on the season’s thirteenth episode Joan Jett and the Blackhearts have announced the release of their first new album in nearly a decade. The story follows a “high school student whose mother outs him to the entire school, sets him up on dates and signs him up for a college scholarship for gay kids.” P. The kid in the series isn’t sure if he really ) will be hosting a girl party at Fubar in West Hollywood, CA.
Dancing to a Miles Davis rendition of Frank Loesser's "If I Were a Bell," Cliff and Clair Huxtable glide right out into the studio audience and past the other cast members, all of whom are standing and cheering.
Did you also know that between 40 and 50 percent of Americans who live to be 65 will have either basal-cell carcinoma or squamous-cell carcinoma skin cancer?
When one thinks of "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," a myriad of memories come to mind: the uncannily catchy theme song, the "Carlton" (and it's many incarnations); and, of course, more celebrity cameos and guest stars than there are cool hats in Hilary's wardrobe.
That's the way "The Cosby Show" ends in an hourlong special tonight at 8 on NBC.
The family, including Cliff's and Clair's parents, gathers for the graduation of Theo (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) from New York University.
Bringing matters full circle, a flashback to the show's first episode finds Dad using fake Monopoly money to impress on Theo the folly of wanting to drop out of school.
" Veteran character actor Bader sets up laughs and a surprise for Will's mom, who is less than thrilled that her sister is marrying a white man.
When Phyllis gets into trouble with her Homeowner's Association, Dee Dee comes to her defense, but ends up causing more harm than good.
Without looking back or hesitating for an instant, the couple head straight for a stage exit door and simply disappear.
Shared beautifully by Phylicia Rashad, it's a vintage Bill Cosby moment: no fuss, unassuming and brilliantly calculated.
For now, we have to let boys come and go, but we’re kind of in love.” I approve this union!