Judd Apatow's disdain for Bill Cosby is no secret.
What had been sort of secret is that he does a mean impression of the comic.
The Trainwreck director and Sick in the Head author appeared on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday, where he once again took aim at the controversial comedian. Judd's bit began innocently enough, as he joked about living with "three beautiful women (or rather "three ages of the same woman") and feeling like "the troll in the corner" who says things like, "You know, you don't know if people really like you when you're attractive. People like me for my personality."
Things took a turn when he noted that Bill "is still out on the road."
"Isn't that weird? He's, like, doing stand-up. What do you think his act is like? Do you think he's still talking about it?" Judd asked. "Do you think he says, like, 'You ever been in trouble with the wife? You ever, like, get into the doghouse with the wife? You're in the doghouse with the wife because of something you did. Like the other day, there was something about me in the paper, and I didn't want my wife to read the paper, so I got up at 5 in the morning and I snuck out to the driveway to get the paper. And I hid the paper and the next day I got up and I hid the paper. And then the next day, I forgot to get the paper!"
Judd continued to mimic Bill's voice and address allegations against the comic, saying, "And my wife, she said to me, 'What is this in the paper about the raping and the drugging and the women?' and I said, 'Do you like your life? Do you like the house and the jet? Well, then have a cappuccino and shut the f--k up.'"
The New York Times recently published excerpts from a transcript of a 2005-2006 deposition taken in Philadelphia in which Bill admitted to plying young women with quaaludes, claimed to be adept at reading their unspoken desires and tried to use his wealth to keep his wife, Camille Cosby, in the dark.
It is the only publicly available testimony the comedian has given in response to accusations that he drugged and sexually assaulted dozens of women over four decades. Bill has repeatedly denied the allegations, calling the sexual contact consensual. The deposition stems from a lawsuit filed by a former Temple University employee who accused the actor, 78, of drugging and molesting her.
Judd has often called out Bill in interviews and on Twitter. The director explained why he's been so critical during an appearance on NBC's Late Night With Seth Meyers in June. "Some people say, 'Why talk about it?' Which is kind of like saying, 'Leave a rapist alone!'" Judd said. "Aren't we supposed to say we don't like this?"
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