| Orion Hughes
| Character Information
Orion Hughes is an actor, singer, producer, and the owner of the Slipreme clothing brand. His father is actor and singer Darius Hughes.
During filming of Duplicate Cop, which was filmed in a real cloning lab, Darius Hughes had Orion created from his blood. Darius did this because he knew he could never love a child as much as he loved himself.
When Orion got older, he founded Slipreme, a fashion brand for young people. After a video of Bart getting mocked and insulted at a Slipreme store went viral, Orion went to see Bart to apologize for the way his employees acted towards him. Orion gave Bart and his family Slipreme clothing and skateboards as an apology and then started to bond with Bart. Orion revealed that he didn't know how to skateboard, despite owning a skateboarding brand. Bart then taught Orion how to use a skateboard. Despite falling and injuring himself on his first try, Orion thought it was cool and continued hanging out with Bart.
Whilst at the skate park, Orion decided that he and Bart would design a new sneaker together. They set to work designing it and came up with the Bartman One. When Orion and Bart were discussing the launch party for the new shoes, Orion realized that Slipreme had become popular among older men. This upset Orion as it meant that his brand was no longer cool. Bart figured out from Kirk that Homer was behind this and went to stop him.
At the launch party, Bart told Orion that Homer was leading a group of loser dads to the party. This upset Orion, who started to have a breakdown. His own father then turned up and asked Orion if he was okay. Orion started to struggle even more from the pressure. However, Bart got Marge to arrive and stop Homer and the dads from attending the launch party.
After the party, Darius revealed to Orion that he was cloned from himself.
Shauna watched a TskTok video of Orion Hughes.
Orion voiced the urban squid in a live-action remake of Finding Nemo. He also performed the hook in a song for the movie Duplicate Cop 2: Copy Cop, which starred his father. Orion's therapist was also pitching a movie, which Orion was producing.