| Season 2, Episode 18 |
#42 in series (201 episodes)
|TV series||The Cosby Show|
|Guest star(s)||Stevie Wonder ... as Himself ... as Drummer |
Paul Lemos ... as Recording engineer
Lorraine Morin-Torre ... as Assistant
|Original airdate||February 20, 1986|
|IMDB||A Touch of Wonder|
|Play It Again, Russell||Full House|
A Touch of Wonder is the 18th episode of Season 2 of The Cosby Show, also the 42nd overall in the series. The episode was directed by Jay Sandrich and written by John Markus. The episode originally aired in the United States on NBC on February 20, 1986.
After his limo collides with Denise's car, Stevie Wonder (appearing as himself) invites the Huxtables to a recording session. (Wonder performs "I Just Called to Say I Love You" with Clair and the family.) They are ecstatic at the encounter.
- I Just Called To Say I Love You
- Living for the City
Written by Stevie Wonder Performed by Bill Cosby
Composed by Mack David, Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney Performed by Big Maybelle
- Clair: [miming to a record in front of Cliff] Can-dy. That's what I call my sugar, Cand-dy. Ooo, how sweet is Candy. And Candy sure is sweet on me. She understands me. Yes, my understanding Candy. And she's mine
- Clair: Oh, all mine.
*Note: Sabrina Le Beauf does not appear in this episode.