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#Spades Champ #Yes We Have Belts #Blessed Beyond Measure #Family Over Everything A post shared by Keshia Knight Pulliam (@keshiaknightpulliam) on Before officially announcing her engagement, Pulliam flashed the ring in a prior Instagram post, and although she made didn t mention the news, a few fans noticed the sparkler, making note of it in the comments.
#Spades Champ #Yes We Have Belts #Blessed Beyond Measure #Family Over Everything,” she captioned the pic.
The Cosby Show, which ran from 1984 to 1992 on NBC, was a special kind of pretend.
Not just because it featured an African-American, upper-middle-class family, but because two professionals, a doctor (Cosby) and a lawyer (Phylicia Rashad), were raising five children without losing their minds.
Last week, as I watched old DVDs of that classic program, a wonderful sitcom surrounding a smart and capable (and always hilarious) upper middle-class African-American family, something suddenly hit me — and it had nothing to do with some of the hideous sweaters that Cliff Huxtable chose to wear. For as long as I can recall, Kenny, played by the talented Deon Richmond, was a popular staple of the show … Essentially he was a foil for Rudy, who had christened him ‘Bud’ when they first met in season three, episode seven — ‘Theo’s Flight.’ I suppose the writers liked the chemistry that Richmond had with actress Keshia Knight-Pulliam to the point where they decided to keep him around.