Homey D. Clown, a frustrated street clown ("Homey don't play
Blane Edwards, a homosexual film critic ("Two snaps
Whiz, the co-host (with Iceman) of the Homeboy Shopping
Network ("Yo, yo, yo! All you bad bargain hunters out there.
Welcome to the Homeboy Shopping Network");
Anton, a filthy,
obnoxious Homeless Man;
Handi-man, a physically challenged
superhero ("Never underestimate the power of the Handicapped!")'
The Head Detective, a police detective whose body consists of a
head on a pair of shoes;
Oswald, a black prisoner (who spoke such
lines as "Uh...you see, when a man liposucks a woman's...how
should I say? uh...mammogram, it is the titillating expression of
lubrication between two secreting adults. You dig?");
Hedley from the hardest-working West Indian family, the Hedleys
Wayans, Keenan: IN LIVING COLOR
Iceman, the co-host (with Whiz) of the Homeboy Shopping Network ("Yo!
Let's show them what we got.");
Frenchie, an obnoxious "Partay
Animal" in a red platform shoes, yellow vinyl suit, long jheri
curls, and gold chains;
Tom Brothers (and brother, Tom) two black
brothers who acted like white ivy-leaguers.
Celebrity impressions of Arsenio Hall and Mayor Marion Barry.
Wayans, Kim: IN LIVING COLOR
Benita Butrell, a gossiping woman from the projects;
black version of Lucille Ball in "I Love Laquita" skits.
Wilson, Debra: MAD TV
Celebrity impressions of Whoopi
Goldberg LaToya Jackson, Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, and Oprah
Wilson, Flip: THE FLIP WILSON SHOW
Geraldine, a sassy black female with a boyfriend named Killer
("What you see is what you get, Woooo!");
Reverend Leroy, pastor
of the Church of What's Happenin' Now;
Freddie Johnson, Wilson's
Herbie the Goodtime's Ice Cream Man. a push cart
Danny Danger, private eye;
Sonny, the White House janitor.
Winters, Jonathan: THE JONATHAN
Elwood P. Suggins, a rural bumpkin ("I'm an
illiterate but I got a good outlook on life");
Maude Frickett, a
feisty old lady ("Age isn't in your mind, it's in every damned
part of your body!");
Willard (from the "Couple Up the Street"