Judd Apatow has been very vocal about how he feels regarding the Bill Cosby rape allegations.
The 47-year-old has been continuously criticizing the Cosby Show star, who has been accused of — but never charged with — sexually assaulting over 40 women in the past fifty years.
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Now the director is abandoning his Twitter rants, and going right for the comedic jugular: impressions.
On Tuesday, the comedian appeared at a public event to talk Trainwreck, take questions, and of course, bring up Bill. He told the event's host, Ira Glass, at the 92nd Street Y that the 77-year-old is still doing stand-up to not only run away from his problems, but also his wife, saying:
"You know what Cosby's doing right now? He's on the road. You know why he's on the road doing standup so much? He's on the road because he doesn't wanna go home to his wife and explain what happened."
He then decides to imitate an imaginary conversation between the TV dad and his wife:
"And his wife's like, 'When are you coming home?' and he's like, 'I'd like to come home but I am performing at the Cracker Barrel in Wazoo, Michigan and then when I get home I will tell you what happened with the raping and the drugging and the women. But first I am at a Panera Bread in West Covina.'"
Ch-ch-check out Judd's full appearance at 92Y (below):
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