This will not go down as one of Bill Cosby's best weekends. On Friday night, he was heckled by Canadian protesters, then last night, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler let him have it during their opening monologue at the "Golden Globes".

Cosby was just starting a show in Hamilton, Ontario when about 30 women stood up and opened their coats, revealing shirts that said, "We Believe the Women" which they also started chanting.

When Cosby supporters tried to fight back, Cosby actually told them to quiet down, and allow the protesters to have their say. At the beginning of the show he even praised the people picketing outside in the cold for standing up for what they believe in.

Last night, Tina Fey came through on her implied promise to target Bill at the "Golden Globes". Both her and Amy Poehler did their best Cosby impressions.