A discussion for anyone who is a fan of the series. BTW, there will apparently be an announcement tomorrow.
Don't really care, the show wasn't that great and it was difficult to tell which direction it was trying to take. All the uneccessary cussing and racial slurs...ugh...why? The series of comic strips its based off aren't that great either. An announcement tomorrow? I'm curious but I know I won't be thrilled.
I used to watch, but then that show went on hiatus forever. Same with the Venture Bros and every other quality American made show on Adult Swim.
I wanted the Hooker and her Pimp to be Recurring Characters since that was my favorite episode (and one of my favorite episodes anywhere ever). Did that ever happen?
I LOVE The Boondocks. It is really hilarious. My favorite episode was the one with Lamilton Taeshawn, the kid who took Riley on a joyride and beat up his own grandmother over fried chicken.
(The grandma kinda reminds me of Lenora.)
Another really funny episode was the one where Riley gets called the N word by his teacher. The funny part was when the grandpa talks about this guy getting a mansion and a yacht and a pair of white women. I also liked Ann Coulter's appearance, and that she had a book about "f***ing camel jockeys".
I thought it was funny when Tom Dubois was in court while he was possessed by Stinkmeaner. And he cursed out the court.
I've been a huge fan of this show since the first couple years it started airing. The 3 Stinkmeaner episodes are by far the best. Especially the second with his training in hell and the exorcism scene. I hope if they make more we will get a Bushido Brown vs Stinkmeaner showdown in hell.
Great show i loved that episode with a pimp named slickback and when tom thought he was going to prison xD
I absolutely love the show. I enjoy the satire and issues the show tackles all while being hilarious. I can't wait for the announcement!
Too bad its wasn't another season annouced, just a kick-start for the Uncle Ruckus movie.
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