Well, the suggestion was that Scott Rudin should co-produce an imaginary show for Bill Cosby. Broderick's fine of 100 pounds was declared a travesty of justice by the victims' brother and son. His careless driving led to the deaths of two innocent people. For an entertainment that is not real, just make-believe, having Broderick and Grey perform a musical number that comments on an authentic crime struck me as being a legitimate reflection on celebrity justice. Certainly in 1987 worse things were said about this incident by recognized journalists.