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Homie the clown
Episode Number 118
Production Code 2F12
Original Airdate February 12, 1995
Chalkboard Gag "Next time it could be me on the scaffolding"
Couch Gag Family Couch couch gag
Special Guest Voices Dick Cavett as himself
Johnny Unitas as himself
Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony
Show Runner(s) David Mirkin
Written By John Swartzwelder
Directed By David Silverman
How about letting me go double or nothing on the big opera tonight?
Krusty the Clown
OK. But we're only letting the bet ride because you crack us so consistently up.
Fat Tony

"Homie the Clown" is the fifteenth episode of Season 6 and aired on February 12, 1995. The episode was written by John Swartzwelder and directed by David Silverman.

SynopsisEdit

After spotting a billboard for clown college, Homer cannot resist and upon becoming an official Krusty the Clown impersonator Homer runs into some trouble with the mob.

Full Story Edit

Krusty's extravagant lifestyle is eating into his profits. Along with this, he owes money to the mob. His accountant informs him that he will be bankrupt in a month, and suggests opening up a clown college to train people to act as him for various events and functions.

A billboard of the new clown college catches Homer's eye. Unable to get the images of clowns out of his head, he decides to enroll. After graduating, Homer shows up for various Krusty events, but soon tires of the prat falls and punchlines. Homer then finds that his similarity to Krusty allows people to assume he is the real clown, and ends up getting free stuff and kickbacks.

Homie the Clown (Promo Picture)
Meanwhile, Fat Tony demands Krusty pay them his debt, but Krusty goes to the bathroom and escapes. Tony, Legs and Louie see Homer attempting to purchase a vehicle, and try to shoot him but miss and end up shooting the car. They then go away to get more bullets. Later they see Homer at his house making holes in his car due to what the car salesman said earlier. Legs tries to shoot him but ends up shooting Ned Flanders twice but he was protected by his Bible and a piece of the cross he wore around his neck so they then kidnap Homer.

Back at their place Homer is forced to perform a trick or else be murdered. Homer fails and is about to be shot when the real Krusty shows up, and he is in trouble. Krusty and Homer are for forced to perform the same trick together.

They manage to do it, and are a success. Homer is freed and Krusty pays Don Vittorio DiMaggio $50.00 and gets $2 change.

Krusty The ClownKrusty the Clown Show Characters, Locations and Key Episodes
Krusty the Clown| Sideshow Bob | Sideshow Mel | Mr. Teeny

Krusty Burger | Clown College | Kamp Krusty
Krusty Gets Busted | Itchy & Scratchy & Marge | Like Father, Like Clown | Kamp Krusty | Krusty Gets Kancelled | Bart Gets Famous | Homie the Clown | Bart the Fink | The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show | The Last Temptation of Krust | Insane Clown Poppy | Day of the Jackanapes | Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington | Today, I Am a Clown | Yokel Chords | All About Lisa | Once Upon a Time in Springfield | The Ten-Per-Cent Solution

Citations Edit

Season 5 Season 6 Episodes Season 7
Bart of DarknessLisa's RivalAnother Simpsons Clip ShowItchy & Scratchy LandSideshow Bob RobertsTreehouse of Horror VBart's GirlfriendLisa on IceHomer BadmanGrampa vs. Sexual InadequacyFear of FlyingHomer the GreatAnd Maggie Makes ThreeBart's CometHomie the ClownBart vs. AustraliaHomer vs. Patty and SelmaA Star is BurnsLisa's WeddingTwo Dozen and One GreyhoundsThe PTA Disbands'Round SpringfieldThe Springfield ConnectionLemon of TroyWho Shot Mr. Burns? (Part One)

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