When did Homey the clown come out?

“Homie the Clown” is the fifteenth episode of the sixth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on February 12, 1995.

Who played Homie the Clown?

Damon Wayans
Damon Wayans, right, portrayed the iconic character Homey D. Clown on In Living Colour, a trendsetting sketch comedy show that ran on Fox from 1990 to 1994. The near-constant search for new writers – particularly new black writers – led Keenen to bring in Paul Mooney midway through Season 1.

What show was Homey the clown on?

In Living Color
Despite its obdurate title—which cribs the catchphrase made famous by Damon Wayans’s outrageous character Homey D. Clown from In Living Color—David Peisner’s Homey Don’t Play That!

How many Homies figurines are there?

There have been 13 series of Homies, with more than 200 characters.

What was in Homey the Clown sock?

tennis ball
Herman Simpson, better known semi-professionally as Homey D. Clown, is a convict with a never-ending community service sentence. Homey is often seen entertaining a group of excited children, who all remain his biggest fans even though he beats them on the head using a sock with a tennis ball inside.

What did Homey the Clown do?

The character was an angry black ex-con who carried a sock for knocking bratty kids upside the head. His catchphrase, you might recall, was “Homey don’t play that.”

What was in Homey the clown sock?

What did Homey the clown do?

What show is Homie don’t play that?

The story behind the quote: The quote comes from In Living Color. The show is a sketch comedy series and is the brainchild of Keenan Ivory Wayans and Damon Wayans. The show actually became the launching pad for a lot of big stars before they became big.

Are homies discontinued?

This item was discontinued by the manufacturer and we have no stock remaining.

Who invented Homies toys?

David Gonzales
Ten years ago, David Gonzales created a hit with “The Homies,” 2-inch plastic figurines depicting characters from the barrio, complete with bandannas and baggy pants. Inspired by the homeboys he grew up with, they were sold, quarter by quarter, in gum ball machines in mostly Latino neighborhoods.

Where did the saying homie don’t play that come from?

This line is spoken by Homey D. Clown, played by Damon Wayans, in the TV show In Living Color (1990).