DeadLine –Last night, the cast of ‘In Living Color’ reunited for the first time in 18 years on television. All of your favs like Jim Carrey, David Alan Grier, Tommy Davidson, Kelly Coffield Park and T’Keyah Crystal Keymah as well as Marlon, Shawn, and Keenan Wayans all gathered on stage to accept the ‘Groundbreaking Award’ at the annual TV Land Awards Show.
It was good to see everybody all together again, however, there were some people missing from the group like Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Lopez and Damon Wayans. According to Deadline, Jamie couldn’t make it because he was New Orleans on set with Quentin Tarantino filming the slave narrative ‘Django Unchained,’ and J. Lo had American Idol obligations. Damon Wayans’ absence raised a lot of eyebrows because not only did he star in some of the most popular sketches like ‘Home the Clown’ and ‘Men on Film,’ but he also was the co-creator of the show alongside his brother Keenan.
Word is that he didn’t want to go to the ceremony “because it wasn’t his thing”, and to add insult to injury, he denied the network’s request to use any of the scenes that featured him such as the popular ‘Homie The Clown’ and ‘Men On Film’ skits. Surprisingly, Damon was never a part of the Wayans Brothers franchise with his brothers Keenan, Shawn and Marlon. While they partnered for ‘Wayans Bros. Enterprise’, Damon branched off and did his own thing with television productions like ‘My Wife And Kids’.
Take a trip down memory lane with a few memorable skits:
Damon Wayans as Homie The Clown