Watch The Cast Of Atlanta Pay Tribute To TLC’s “Creep” Music Video

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In the latest episode of Atlanta, “Earn” (Donald Glover), “Paper Boi” (Brian Tyree Henry), and “Darius” (Lakeith Stanfield) sported silk, two-piece pajama sets throughout the show.

While it did not make the final cut of the Hiro Murai-directed Season 2 episode titled “North Of The Border,” the cast provided a little something extra for fans. Another famed “ATLien” trio donned similar PJ’s: TLC in the “Creep” music video belonging to CrazySexyCool. It was only right that Atlanta paid tribute.

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It is Murai who shared the footage, claiming that it should not be left on the cutting-room floor. In the clip, the instrumental kicks in. “Earn” and “Darius” break into the routine popularized by T-Boz, Chilli, and the late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes. After some hesitation, “Paper Boi” joins right in without missing a beat.

couldn’t leave this on the edit room floor #atlantafx

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Season 2, known as “Robbin’ Season,” has two episodes remaining. They are reportedly titled “FUBU” (May 3), and “Crabs In A Barrel” (May 10). Glover is reported to direct the first episode, and Murai calls the shots on the season finale.

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#BonusBeat: TLC’s 1995 original:

This song won “Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal” at the 1996 Grammy Awards.