The gang has a friend who's a compulsive liar. They forgive him, but say that if he lies again, they'll kick his ass.
The Moral of the Story:
If you see Bill Cosby somewhere, punch him in the face. Unless you're one of those people who think Cosby isn't lying -- in which case, you may want to stop reading this now because you won't be able to find the humor or irony in any of it.
Anyway, to say anyone has ever gone a whole lifetime sans even a tiny fib is pretty f*****g naive. Even Mother Teresa probably lied at least once when one of her sister nuns asked if her habit made her look fat (it did). But, what Mother Teresa definitely didn't do was drug and rape people ...
That we know of!
... and I honestly don't think we can say the same for Bill. Even a former prosecutor has said that, after interviewing Cosby about the allegations, he thought Cosby was lying. Unfortunately, he didn't have enough physical evidence to bring him up on charges or arrest him.
But, before you take that last tidbit and run with it, deciding that alone means the man is not guilty, know two things:
1. Cosby settled that case out of court.
2. There is nothing to be gained from accusing someone of sexual assault.
No one has ever gotten famous from making unfounded rape allegations. If anyone did, it wasn't in a good way. Rape is a horrific and traumatic experience to recount, especially on such a public level. It's also pretty f*****g rare that someone lies about it (according to the Justice Department, it only happens about 2 percent of the time), yet society thinks that just because some comedian didn't use swear words on stage and was an actor pretending to be the patriarch of a fictional family, he must be innocent. Because, clearly, famous people are never s****y human beings.