The Fat Boys "street names" are Prince Markie Dee, Kool Rock Ski, and Buff Love The Human Beat Box.
The Fat Boys supposedly had a combined weight of more than 750 pounds. They gained notoriety in 1983 by winning a talent contest at Radio City Music Hall.
The Fat Boys were originally called "Disco3".
The Fat Boys were also in a 1986 film called "Knights Of The City" which was about a street gang who are also a rap group and are trying to get a record contract.
Tragically, Buffy (Darren Robinson
) died of a heart attack due to his weight on December 10th 1995.
The Fat Boys had a guest apperance on an episode of Miami Vice that was titled "Florence Italy". That episode first aired February 14th, 1986.
Disorderlies director Michael Schultz
has recently directed many successful t.v. shows such as "Charmed", "Felicity", "Ally McBeal", and "The Practice". He's also directed the films "Car Wash", "Which Way Is Up?", and "Krush Groove".
You might recognize Buffy's "Mom" on the Disorderlies, Jo Payton-Noble, as Harriet Winslow from the sitcom "Family Matters". Winslow was her last name on "Family Matters", and Winslow was also the name of Albert's greedy nephew in the Disorderlies.
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You can now hear the voice of Buffy's Mother (Jo Payton-Noble) on the popular Disney cartoon "The Proud Family" as the voice of Suga-Mama.
,(who played Markie), left the group in 1990, moving on to a successful career as an R&B songwriter, penning tunes for Mary J. Blige ("Real Love") and Christopher Williams ("Dont You Wanna Make Love Tonight").
One of the crooks who is after Albert's money is a Cuban gangster with the last name "Montana" which is a reference and tribute to the character of Tony Montana in the Pacino classic "Scarface".
The rich old man's grandson/crook is actually General Hospital's Soap Star Anthony Geary
who has played "Luke Spencer" for years on the soap.