On 'The Cosby Show' they used to lip-sync songs for their family for birthdays and such. I believe it may have been the very first time that they (Cliff, Clair and the kids) performed for the grandparents' anniversary, and the song they chose was an old song and Rudy stole everyone's heart by saying "Baby, baby, baby." What was the name of the song and who was the artist?
#37265. Asked by kristen17050. (Aug 07 03 11:38 PM)
Episode #27 - "Happy Anniversary"|
Cliff arranges a surprise European cruise for his parents, and the family chips in and arranges to have an oil painting made of the elder couple from a photo of them as newlyweds. But, despite the elaborate gifts, Grandma and Grandpa are most impressed with the children's home-cooked dinner, followed by a rousing lip-sync rendition of Ray Charles' classic, "Night Time Is The Right Time," featuring the whole Huxtable family.
Lyrics to "Night Time is the Right Time"
More lip-syncing to the grandparents:
Episode #303 "GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY"
The whole Huxtable family joins together to make Grandma and Grandpa Huxtable's 50th wedding anniversary a special evening. Cliff arranges for The Count Basie Orchestra, led by Frank Forster, to perform its famous "April in Paris" and his parents' favorite piece, "Shiny Stockings." The Huxtables perform another spirited lip-sync, as they did for the grandparents' 49th, this time to James Brown's "I Got the Feelin'."
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