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Himself by Bill CosbyTaken from a 1982 concert film, this CD contains several solid routines by the veteran comedian. Most of these portrayals are humorous takes on family life. Cosby gives special attention to the messiness and frustrations of child rearing. His caricatures of domestic situations reveal a sharp eye for telling details that most listeners will recognize. Cosby pens the material himself and its tightly written stuff, indeed. The Dentist perfectly captures the humiliation and absurdity of a visit to the tooth doctor. Chocolate Cake for Breakfast might be the only flop here. The comics drawn-out performance is heavy-handed and everything gets a little too spelled-out. But for the most part this disc features Cosby in good form. The man is the embodiment of All-American humor and this album reflects that. --Fred Cisterna
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Bill Cosby: Himself is a stand-up comedy film featuring Bill Cosby. Filmed before a live audience at the Hamilton Place Theatre , in Hamilton, Ontario , Cosby gives the audience his views ranging from marriage to parenthood. The film also showcases Cosby's trademark conversational style of stand up comedy. For most of the performance, Cosby is seated at the centre of the stage, only getting up to emphasise a joke. Many of the comedic routines presented in the film were precursors to Cosby's successful sitcom, The Cosby Show.