Malcolm Jamal Warner is presently back on our tv as part of the Fox Drama Club night. The veteran star has actually been doing journalism rounds as an outcome and has actually been opening up about a variety of subjects, including his previous tv daddy and coach, Bill Cosby.
While going over the tradition of The Cosby Show with Jemele Hill for her podcast series, the acclaimed reporter asked if Malcolm might ever see the series getting a reunion unique like its spin-off series It’s a Different World got on Peacock. While Malcolm sees how it might be possible to do it even without Bill Cosby, he confesses that Bill’s claims would be the “elephant in the room.”
“You can’t talk about it; you can’t not talk about it. So to do a reunion like that and to celebrate that show without him would be strange,” he exposed. Malcolm then states that due to the cast having their own individual relationships, a reunion would not always be very important for them but moreso for fans. “We do have relationships, we’re mad cool, we talk,” he states about his Cosby household. He concluded with, “I don’t know if anyone has a desire to do that.”
Malcolm goes on to joke about just how much cash they missed out on in the reboot period, which triggered Jemele to ask if he is resentful of Mr. Cosby for destroying the program’s track record. Malcolm confesses that he does not have any animosity “because it drove home how this business works.” Malcolm states that while he cannot defend Bill Cosby, he will also not throw him under the bus due to his understanding of how layer the scenario concerning his charges are. “It’s so complex, and there’s so many shades of grey that so many people will never get.”
Malcolm states that the monetary hit everybody took has not truly impacted his profession. He states this is because of his group establishing a life for him after the program so that he would not depend on the program or his character Theo. “It truly sucked to watch the ship go down the way it went down.”
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