Prison may not be all that bad for Bill Cosby after all as he has become a favorite inmate to his fellow prisoners and guards at the State Correctional Institute Phoenix where he is being held.

A spokesperson for the 81-year-old, Andrew Wyatt, told TMZ that over the dozen times that he has visited Cosby in prison, the comedian is met with cheers and applause from the other inmates and their families when he enters the visiting room.

The other inmates and their visitors also reportedly show their support of Cosby, telling him they think its wrong that he is behind bars and blaming a “corrupt” judge and district attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, for his conviction, according to TMZ.

Cosby has even gained the fan support of a female correction officer that grew up watching him portray Dr. Cliff Huxtable on the "The Cosby Show," the outlet reported.

Wyatt also claimed that the guards are respectful to Cosby, calling him “Mr. Cosby.” Cosby even tells jokes and tells stories about his former glory days as a comedian, especially of his time on "I Spy," according to Wyatt.

Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for sexual assault.