In Living Color (1990–1994)
person does the "snap" from the Men in Film skit
Ms. Musso's date cancels on her because there is a "Fly Girls special on Saturday night."
Annie says, "Are you gonna kiss me, Parker Lewis, or do I have to stand here till 'In Living Color' comes on?"
Parker's final story is about "a talented family called the Wayans, who had their own TV show and won many Emmys. Wayans throughout the land knew they could get a job on this show."
Parker says, "If I stand here any longer, I'm gonna miss 'In Living Color.'"
Mentioned by Ben during the cold opening
Bernice says "Homie don't play that."
based on the character in TV series
Moe references the Fly Girls in his adult-education class.
a still is shown
The episode title is a reference to the character Homey D. Clown, played by Damon Wayans in the show.
Gerry wears a Fire Marshal Bill t-shirt.
Host Daman Wayans does his "Men on Film" character "Blaine Edwards" and reviews films with "Roger Ebert". At the end of the sketch, "Antoine" (David Alan Grier), Wayans' costar in the "Men on Film" sketches, makes a surprise appearance.
Title mentioned by David Alan Grier during the monologue
Fire Marshall Bill referenced during Jim Carrey's monologue
Fire Marshall Bill makes a cameo
In NCR, the guy next to the car tent is a blues player. He says, "I wrote a song about, like to hear it, here it goes" just like Calhoun Tubbs.
Nash, speaking of himself in the third person, says "Homie don't do blind dates" -- a riff on the classic line from the Homie the Clown skits.
There is a reunion of former 'Fly Girls'
Harmony (to Drusilla): "'Cause Spikey don't play that anymore, Morticia."
This mini-documentary is about the first season of the show.
This mini-documentary is about the Fly Girls from the first season of the show.
In Shakespeare Behind Bars, one of the inmates calls someone "Fire Marshall Bill," a character from In Living Color.
Right after the 20th date when Andy is leaving on his bike; he says, "that's the way you want it, that's the way homey is gonna play it". This is a reference to Homey D. Clown's line "Homey don't play that!"
This title is referenced.
Sarah mentions the show
J Lo is referred to as a Fly Girl
The Nostalgia Critic says "All That" is racist because it doesn't contain a mostly African American cast like "In Living Color" did.
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "The Star's TV Show & Movie"
"It's like I'm watching 'In Living Color: The Final Years.'"
"There was In Living Color, UB40, and all the Crystal Pepsi you could ever ask for."
Jamie Foxx mentions that he will be playing his character Wanda from the show in a film
Referenced by Muammar Gaddafi (Fred Armisen) on Weekend Update
Damon Wayans Jr. says people often call him Homie the Clown by mistake
Dean Pelton says, "Homey don't dean this," referencing Homey the Clown's catch phrase.
Ali Wentworth says that she replaced Damon Wayans on the show
David Alan Grier talks about writing of In Living Color.
Shawn says that "Bruce Jenner transformed himself into Fire Marshall Bill."
Nick wonders aloud whether the debugging challenge includes a reference to a Fly Girl from "In Living Color."
Mike Greenberg mentions the clown characer on this show
Title is referenced
RuPaul calls BenDeLaCreme a fly girl during her runway presentation.
Keenan Ivory Wayans talks about his show and recounts Jennifer Lopez's audition
Mentioned by Mel.
RuPaul calls the contestants "fly girls." RuPaul also calls Michelle Visage "our resident fly girl."
Title mentioned during How 2 Dance With Janelle sketch
Leslie Jones mentions Jim Carrey's character Fire Marshal Bill
The Mask Guy mentions Jim Carrey's series
Kerry Washington mentions Jennifer Lopez' former show
Titus says, "Homie don't play that!"
"Nice to see the Warriors crossed with the opening credits to In Living Color."
This mini-documentary features clips from the first season of the show.
This mini-documentary features clips of the Fly Girls from the first season of the show.
Footage from this TV show was edited into this mini-series.
a clip of Carrie Ann Inaba dancing on the show is shown
"It would have made a great double-feature with 'Krishna Cop'..."
Jim Carrey's character admits homosexuality.
"In Living Color" is the #3 Best Variety Show.
features clips of the show when discussing what was voted #3 Best TV Variety Show
Clips shown of Homey the Clown while discussing the fear of clowns.
Short clip shown when Keenen Ivory Wayans is introduced
Clips used in review.
"...when In Living Color did the same plot in about a minute."
Spoofed in the "Jewish Fly Guys" segment
The "I Didn't Do It" dancers are based on the Fly Girls.
When Justin and Rebecca are fooling around, Justin does an impression of Fire Marshall Bill from the television show "In Living Color" (1990). He says one of Bill's infamous lines: "LET ME SHOW YA SOMETHIN!"
Multiple members of the cast appear as Jim Carrey's relatives at a family reunion, doing impressions of him in the Carrey Family Reunion sketch including Fire Marshall Bill