When a clown's truck breaks down in front of his house, Ed Bighead begins to lead a double life./Rocko's behind earns him a place among the beautiful people of the fashion world when he becomes the spokes-wallaby for "Wedgie Boy" undergarments.
Did You Know?
"Closet Clown" was interpreted by some viewers as an allusion to "coming out". Joe Murray confirmed as such in a 2018 interview with Cosmopolitan: "It started out in the writers' room. We had a really good time writing for Ed Bighead, who had a lot of hidden neuroses that would come out at different times. One of the writers had this idea that we make this about him wanting to be a clown." Writer/storyboard artist Rob Porter added: "Once we had that anchor, it really helped guide us through Mr. Bighead's motivations. The fear of hiding something deep and personal from his wife. [The] fear of creating more lies and the problems that come from creating lies. And then the sense of euphoria of getting that weight off your chest." See more
Hey, sit on me!
Miss World (a)
Music by Tony Kinsey
[Plays in "Seat to Stardom".] See more