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Thank you, Krusty. You have brought great joy to the heart of this old Italian stereotype.
~ Don Vittorio thanking Krusty for doing his favorite trick.
Don Vittorio D'Maggio is the main antagonist of The Simpsons episode "Homie the Clown" and a supporting antagonist in the video game The Simpsons: Tapped Out. He is the head of Springfield's organized crime family, and the superior of mobster Fat Tony.
He is voiced by Hank Azaria, who also voices Frank Grimes, Jr. in the same series, and also voiced Bartok in Anastasia and portrayed Gargamel in the live-action adaptation of The Smurfs.
When Krusty the Clown racks up massive gambling debts with mobster Fat Tony, he flees Springfield to hide from the mob. Meanwhile, Homer Simpson, recently graduated from Krusty's Clown College and performing at local children's events as Krusty, runs afoul of the mob, who believe him to be the real Krusty. Fat Tony and his goons, Legs and Louie, kidnap Homer and bring him before Don Vittorio, who says he is a big fan before preparing to shoot him.
At the last moment, however, Don Vittorio offers to spare Homer's life if he can perform the "loop-de-loop" trick, in which he pedals through a loop on a tiny tricycle. Homer, who could never master that trick, offers to squirt Don Vittorio with his boutonnière instead, but Don Vittorio strong-arms into performing the trick he wants by pointing a gun in his face. Homer reluctantly starts the trick, and appears to pull it off - until he fails to gather enough momentum to finish, causing the tricycle to crash halfway through. Insulted that Homer did not perform the trick well, Don Vittorio swears he will kill him.
At that moment, however, the real Krusty shows up to pay his debt, and confuses the mobsters by switching places with Homer - who promptly ruins the subterfuge by saying, "Good one, Krusty." Don Vittorio declares he will kill both of them unless they both perform the loop-de-loop trick together. Against all odds, Homer and Krusty succeed in performing the trick, and even make it better. Don Vittorio thanks them, and agrees to spare Krusty's life. However, he still demands that he pay the money he owes them: $48. Krusty pays him with a $50 bill, and Don Vittorio gives him two dollars in change.