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Diggs

Diggs is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Anita Doreen Diggs (born 1966), American writer
  • Bubba Diggs (born c. 1960), American football player and coach
  • Charles Diggs (1922–1998), African-American politician
  • Charles C. Diggs, Sr. (1894–1967), Michigan State Senator and father of Charles Diggs
  • Ellen Diggs (1906–1998), American anthropologist
  • Estella Diggs (1916–2013), American politician
  • George Diggs (born 1952), biologist
  • Jimmy Diggs (born 1955), American screenwriter
  • Jimmy Diggs (born 1938), half of the soul-music duo Knight Brothers
  • Joetta Clark Diggs (born 1963), American track and field runner
  • Na'il Diggs (born 1978), American National Football League player
  • RZA, stage name of Robert Diggs (born 1969), African-American music producer, rapper and musician
  • Roland Diggs ( fl. 1990s), Liberian religious leader and politician
  • Sally Maria Diggs (c. 1851-?), African-American slave purchased by abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher
  • Stefon Diggs (born 1993), American National Football League player
  • Taye Diggs (born 1971), African-American actor

Fictional characters:

  • Oscar Diggs, better known as the Wizard of Oz (character)
  • Diggs, the main character in the 2010 comedy film Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
  • Diggs, in the 2005 horror film Boy Eats Girl
Diggs (The Simpsons)

"Diggs" is the twelfth episode of the 25th season of the American animated sitcom The Simpsons, and the 542nd episode of the series. The episode was written by Dan Greaney and Allen Glazier and premiered on March 9, 2014, on Fox. In the episode, Bart makes friends with a transfer student named Diggs, an expert in falconry who saves Bart from the wrath of the Springfield Elementary bullies – and who intends to take to the sky himself, which makes Bart worry about Diggs' sanity.