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Homey D. Clown (Character)
from "In Living Color" (1990)

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In Living Color: :  -- The tooth will set you free.
In Living Color: :  -- A heterosexual pride parade attracts media attention.
In Living Color: :  -- A pair of elderly waitresses vie for the attention of a dapper old gentleman.
In Living Color: :  -- A stay at home Mom multi-tasks to the point of talking on the phone while putting out fires and vanquishing burglars.
In Living Color: Season 5: Episode 23 -- On "Candy Cane's Puppet Theatre", a variety of guests come to teach the kiddies some lessons.

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Damon Wayans plays an ex-con who works as a clown... See more »

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  1. "In Living Color"
        - Homey and Son (1992) TV episode, Played by Damon Wayans
        - Player's Club (1992) TV episode, Played by Damon Wayans
        - Santa Fire Marshall Bill (1992) TV episode, Played by Damon Wayans
        - Homey the Sellout: Part 2 (1991) TV episode, Played by Damon Wayans
        - Episode #2.24 (1991) TV episode, Played by Damon Wayans
          (7 more)

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From "In Living Color: Homey and Son (#4.7)" (1992)
Homey D. Clown: You have no respect for authority and decided to play by your own rules. I'm proud of you, son. See more »

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