Four Amish and one Mennonite leave the only home they've ever known to answer one question "is there more to life"?Facing being shunned by their families and possible exile from their communities, what will they think about life on the outside w ...

Season Two’s “No Means No” features a lovesick Freddie (Cree Summer) nearly succumbing to the ill intentions of a Hillman basketball player with no regard for a woman’s agency. And then you go outside, take a swim in an unheated pool.

Thankfully, Dwayne (Kadeem Hardison) manages to thwart the encounter before Freddie is overpowered, but the most effective moment of the episode is the conversation Dwayne has with his residence director Walter (Sinbad): Dwayne: Now you know her mouth is saying “no,” but you’re sure there are parts of her saying “yes,” not to mention parts of you. Dwayne: So it’s not my job to “get her off the hook” or to “help her give it up”? While mainstream news outlets have been reluctant to assign the word “rape” to the intent of Cosby’s actions, work that bears his name (even if he had less direct involvement in its production), prophetically, is not.

Yes, Cliff Huxtable is fictional, but his values and persona have become so deeply conflated with Cosby’s that it took him admitting his crimes in his own words to confirm the allegations of literal scores of women.

This is a shame for a great many reasons, but here’s one that gets overlooked: Another show created by Cosby (albeit one that he had a less hands-on role in producing), showed that the embattled 77-year old comedian knew the difference between right and wrong.

The smells are bad, but that’s the price you pay for freedom.

In the first episode of Season 3, meet five Amish men and women who are struggling with the decision to leave their conservative communities for the chance to pursue big-city dreams and get over broken hearts.

She was born in Los Angeles, California, but grew up on an Indian reserve in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Summer's career began in 1983 when she was cast as the voice of niece Penny on the original cartoon version of Inspector Gadget.

But despite the fact that Cliff Huxtable is also a figure in the world of Hillman College, it’s not him we should be ashamed of.