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The Boondocks season 1 episodes list:
When the owner of Granddad's house invites Granddad and the kids to his garden party, Huey tries to start trouble by saying Jesus was black and comparing Ronald Regan to the devil. Meanwhile, Riley and the owner's grandson (a soldier back from Iraq) play with guns and Granddad runs into the self-loathing black butler Uncle Rukus.
When the trial of R&B star R. Kelly comes to town and Tom Dubois is the ADA, Huey and Riley are on opposing sides of the hot-button "underage peeing" issue. Meanwhile, Granddad and Uncle Ruckus argue about white people during a game of checkers.
Huey and Riley try to convince Grandad that his new girlfriend Cristal (like the champagne) is actually a prostitute. Of course, Grandad doesn't believe them, even when she spends all his money. But when A Pimp Named Slickback shows up, the truth is revealed.
Grandad and Colonel Stinkmeaner have a beef. One man's blind. One man's feeble. Both are really, really old. Let "The Slugfest In Woodcrest" commence!
District Attorney and law-abiding citizen Tom Dubois fits the description of the elusive "X-Box Killer" and is arrested. Huey has to find the real killer before Tom is shipped off to "real" prison where he will most assuredly become "someone's girlfriend."
Riley's favorite rapper, Gangstalicious, is shot and hospitalized in Woodcrest. When Riley goes to visit the rapper, he finds more than he anticipated ... like maybe rappers that make songs like "Thuggin' Luv" aren't necessarily as tough as they seem. Go figure.
A well meaning teacher offers Huey the chance to direct the school Christmas play, and Huey decides to release his vision to the world: "The Adventures of Black Jesus."
While Riley is busy convincing two reality shows that Granddad's blind and running a homeless shelter, Huey is being shadowed by a secret government agent. But is he real?
When Martin Luther King Jr. comes out of a coma after 32 years and finds himself thrust into the 21st and life in the post "September 11th" lunacy, his "turn the other cheek" philosophy quickly takes him from beloved national hero to dispised terrorist sympathizer.
Grandad opens "The Itis", the only soul food restaurant in Woodcrest. White people didn't expect it. They also didn't expect high cholesterol, heart disease, and obesity.
Huey has to stop Riley and a small gang of misfit idiots from nabbing the talk show deity, Oprah.
When Riley's affinity for grafitti goes too far, Grandad sends him to an art teacher that actually encourages him to do grafitti, only painting murals instead. Meanwhile, Huey discovers a black woman died from watching too much black TV, and decides to watch black TV for 2 weeks to see if that was the cause.
When Grandad's oldest friend, and possibly his worst friend, Moe, dies, the Freemans go back home and Grandad wants the possession Moe left him. Meanwhile, Huey is eager to see his friend again but both Grandad and Huey both discover to put the past behind them and focus on the future.
Its February, and its record temperatures of 90 degrees. Luckily, Jazmine has her lemonade stand open, and does pretty well. Her success catches the eye of corporate tycoon Ed Wuncler. Despite several warnings from Huey, Jazmine then learns the true meaning of "capitalism" when Wuncler decides to buy the stand.
While Ruckus spreads the word of White Jesus to get into White Heaven, Huey desperately tries to save his friend from death row.