The fourth and final season of the animated television series The Boondocks premiered in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim, on April 21, 2014 with \"Pretty Boy Flizzy\", and ended with \"The New Black\" on June 23, 2014 with a total of ten episodes. The season was produced without any involvement from series creator Aaron McGruder. This is the only season produced and animated by the South Korean studio Mir.in 2023
The episode starts with Huey explaining a N***a Moment, that is set in Chicago. A pick-up is shown racing through the streets of Woodcrest and creates chaos on the streets before attempting parking in front of a store. The truck, driven by Colonel H. Stinkmeaner, backs into a parking space and crashes into Granddad's car 'Dorothy' several times, damaging it. Huey then tells the story of Stinkmeaner, how he got blind and how he is still alive. Stinkmeaner, a bad tempered man, starts insulting Granddad, claiming it's his parking space and repeatedly saying the word n***a in his way (nyuguh) and spitting at him simultaneously. After finally stepping on Granddads' new sneakers, Granddad attempts to punch him but is tripped by Stinkmeaner instead, and gets beaten with Stinkmeaner's stick on his \"bad knee\".
The third season of the animated television series, The Boondocks originally aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. Season three started on May 2, 2010, with \"It's a Black President, Huey Freeman\" and ended with \"It's Goin Down\" on August 15, 2010, with a total of fifteen episodes. The season debuted at 2.55 million viewers.
All fifteen episodes from season three were released completely uncensored on a three-disc DVD set in the United States on November 9, 2010. In addition all episodes from season three are available on the iTunes Store.
Sung Dae Kang and Young Chan Kim served as directors for season three, and series creator Aaron McGruder and Rodney Barnes served as writers for season three. All episodes were rated TV-MA for graphic violence, dangerous activity (mostly involving children), explicit language (mostly heavy use of racist, sexist, and homophobic slurs and bleeped-out profanity), and infrequent instances of strong sexual content. Season three was originally announced to be the show's last; it would ultimately be the last season produced with McGruder's involvement.
The episode \"The Story of Jimmy Rebel\" was banned after their first showing on Adult Swim for excessive depictions of racism and perceived racial insensitivities over the episode's portrayal of a racist country singer named Jimmy Rebel (a parody of real-life white supremacist country singer Johnny Rebel). The episodes were released as part of the complete series DVD set and Netflix has also streamed the missing episode in Canada.
Colonel H. Stinkmeaner's old crew, \"The Hateocracy\", arrive in town to exact payback on the Freeman family who, outmatched by Stinkmeaner's crew, hire Bushido Brown to protect them. Unfortunately, they discover how arrogant he is.Michael Jai White, Aries Spears, and Charlie Murphy guest star as Bushido Brown, Rufus Crabmiser, and Ed Wuncler III respectively.Note: The episode references 28 Days Later, Master of the Flying Guillotine, Naruto, Good Times, and Sanford and Son.
Retired domestic terrorist Huey is the main suspect in a terror attack near Woodcrest, so he goes on the run, pursued by a high-ranking secret agent.Note: The episode references Fox's 24.Charlie Murphy, Samuel L. Jackson, Edward Asner, John C. McGinley, and Louis Lombardi (who played Edgar Stiles on 24) guest star as Ed Wuncler III, Gin Rummy, Ed Wuncler, The White Shadow, and Dan Stuckey respectively.
The episode starts with two young black men (voiced by Terry Crews) passing each other on a city street. When they bump shoulders, they engage in what Huey refers to as a \"n***a moment.\" The two shoot wildly at each other but miss every time. They ultimately decide that the fight is pointless and agree to go their separate ways, but they are both gunned down by the police shortly after coming to this conclusion.
The episode shifts to the local mall. Granddad has just purchased new shoes and is delighting over them. Suddenly, an old man in a pickup truck backs repeatedly into Robert's parked car. The man is identified as Colonel H. Stinkmeaner, a blind black man with a poor temperament and a dedication to make others miserable. At 15, he was diagnosed with cancer and lost his eyesight. But he has continued to live to be an old man. According to Stinkmeaner, it was his fervent hatred that kept him alive.
I agree with qbaby.. a wholeeee episode to uncle rukus!! hewy and riley had but one line in the whole f***** show!!! i think they forgot that black ppl watch this show.. uncle rukus is doing too much for me..
It was funny as hell. It was wrong but it was funny. See people want to get picky on what they want to laugh at. I wonder did yall say the same when Thugnificiant he calling females b****** all the way through the episode or the Teacher called Riley n**** episode.
That sort of edge was clearly present in the television adaptation from its start in 2005. During its first season, The Boondocks covered every satirical topic it could muster: the post-9/11 fear mongering, the willingness of people to forgive celebrities for heinous crimes they obviously committed, the horrible diets of the average American, etc. At the same time, some episodes were simply very heightened comedic hijinks that served to give the characters room to grow, sprinkled with moments of satiric jabs and well choreographed action scenes. 59ce067264