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As if things couldn’t get worse for Bill Cosby regarding accusations of sexual assault, here’s a bit from the comedian’s 1969 comedy album “it’s true! it’s true!” where he riffs on his childhood fascination with a drug called “Spanish Fly,” which supposedly renders women “crazy” if slipped into a drink.

As the clip goes on, he jokes about his continuing fascination into adulthood, when he and his “I Spy” co-star Robert Culp would exchange quips about “Spanish Fly.”

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