Bill Cosby's wife will answer more questions under oath in a defamation lawsuit against the comedian.
Seven women contend the former Cosby Show star branded them liars after they went public with sexual assault allegations against him.
Camille Cosby, who gave the first part of her testimony in February, had sought to terminate or at least limit her deposition, but a magistrate ruled earlier this month that she must continue it.
The judge has prohibited "improper questions" to Camille, including those involving protected communications between spouses.
The women who have brought the lawsuit are among about 50 females who claim Bill forced unwanted sexual contact on them.
Bill faces criminal charges in Pennsylvania. He denies the allegations against him.