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Bill Cosby stopped by this morning's TODAY to talk about his legendary career and about recently receiving the Johnny Carson Award for Comedic Excellence at the American Comedy Awards. Check out the appearance below!

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The fourth hour of 'Today,' hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, has been hailed as "appointment television" by Entertainment Weekly, "uproarious and irresistible" by People magazine, and "Today's happy hour" by USA Today. With their undeniable chemistry and wit, Kathie Lee and Hoda bring viewers a fresh lively show each morning that always gets people talking.

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VIDEO: Bill Cosby Talks Legendary Career on TODAY

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