What did Homey the Clown say?

In the first Homey sketch, he’s performing at a children’s birthday party, but when a little girl asks him to “Do a silly clown dance,” he refuses to “degrade” himself. “I don’t think so. Homey don’t play that,” he says, smacking the child with a weighted sock, and coining a catchphrase in the process.

What show was Homey the Clown on?

The In Living Color Guide
Homey D. Clown | The In Living Color Guide | Fandom.

How old is Damon Wayans?

61 years (September 4, 1960)Damon Wayans / Age

Who invented Homie the Clown?

John Swartzwelder
Homie the Clown

“Homie the Clown”
Written by John Swartzwelder
Production code 2F12
Original air date February 12, 1995
Guest appearances

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

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.

Who created Homey D. Clown?

Clown is a 1993 video game published by Capstone Software and developed by Synergistic Software for DOS.

What was in Homey the Clowns sock?

tennis ball
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.

Is Krusty Homer?

As Groening told EW: ”The original idea behind Krusty the Clown was that he was Homer in disguise, but Homer still couldn’t get any respect from his son, who worshiped Krusty. If you look at Krusty, it’s just Homer with extended hair and a tuft on his head.

When was Homey the Clown?

Homey the Clown was a North American urban legend (specifically Chicago) surrounding a killer clown, predating the “Creepy Clown Craze” by several years, originating in 1991.