At last, those of us with "The Brain Damage" can enjoy this on DVD. I have seen it many times, but unfortunately, the last time I saw it was with family and friends not long after Cosby's son, Ennis, was tragically killed, and that took away the mood for the viewing. I'm glad to see that time has allowed the film to be freshly re-marketed. At a time when comics resorted to vulgar language for cheap laughs, Cosby could be relied upon to get laughs simply with delivery, the occasional sound effect, and wide-eyed expressions. Much of the material from the 'family' routines would find their way into 'The Cosby Show' shortly after. Kudos again, Fox!