Homie the clown in living color
In Living Color Homie The Clown (Funny Birthday Card, Pop Culture. 90's) CultureAndCards 5 out of 5 stars (23) 6. 25Jun 09, 2017 Homey don't play that (also given as Homey don't play dat ) is the signature saying for Homey D. Clown , a recurring character on the 1990s African American sketch comedy television series In Living Color. The full saying that Homey D. Clown used was I dont think so. homie the clown in living color
Description. While dressed as a mall Santa, Homey wore the clown outfit, but added a Santa overcoat. In a dream sequence he worked at a restaurant, he was still in his clown makeup and oversized shoes but wore a tuxedo instead of the yellow and orange clown suit.
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