The Boondocks (TV Series 2005–2014)
|1||...Or Die Trying (8 Oct. 2007) |
Granddad takes the kids to the movies but has to sneak them in since he refuses to pay the exorbitant prices. Huey tries to sabotage the film, but Uncle Ruckus tries to stop him.
|2||Tom, Sarah and Usher (15 Oct. 2007) |
After Sarah kicks Tom out over an argument about superstar Usher, he turns to the Freemans and A Pimp Named Slickback for help.
|3||Thank You for Not Snitching (22 Oct. 2007) |
Riley's natural inclination to never snitch is challenged when he learns Ed Wuncler III and Gin Rummy are behind a series of robberies in Woodcrest, climaxing in the theft of Granddad's car.
|4||Stinkmeaner Strikes Back (29 Oct. 2007) |
Colonel Stinkmeaner returns from Hell after making a deal with the Devil, and possesses Tom in order to take revenge on Granddad.
|5||The Story of Thugnificent (5 Nov. 2007) |
When rapper Thugnificent moves in across the street, Granddad complains about the non-stop noise and partying, leading Thugnificent to record a new song, "Eff Granddad."
|6||Attack of the Killer Kung-Fu Wolf Bitch (19 Nov. 2007) |
After various failed attempts at meeting women on MySpace, Grandpa Freeman tries one last time and the results look promising, except for the fact that she was raised by wolves and knows a martial art that seems to be extinct.
|7||Shinin' (26 Nov. 2007) |
A bully steals the chain that signifies Riley's membership in Thugnificent's crew, prompting various attempts by Riley to get it back.
|8||Ballin' (3 Dec. 2007) |
Riley displays most of his worst traits as he joins Tom's youth basketball team, goofing off during practice, hogging the ball, and being a poor loser.
|9||Invasion of the Katrinians (10 Dec. 2007) |
Granddad's cousin and his family take up residence in the Freeman home after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
|10||Home Alone (17 Dec. 2007) |
When Grandad goes on vacation, he leave Huey and Riley home with Uncle Ruckus as their chaperone. The boys cause enough havoc to chase Uncle Ruckus away, which leaves Huey in charge... much to Riley's disappointment.
|11||The S-Word (22 Jan. 2008) |
Grandad and the good Rev. Rolo Goodlove try to cash in big after a teacher calls Riley "the n-word" in school.
|12||The Story of Catcher Freeman (28 Jan. 2008) |
Granddad and Uncle Ruckus offer conflicting accounts of a slave revolt led by Huey and Riley's ancestor. Huey reveals that the truth is much different than either of them thought.
|13||The Story of Gangstalicious: Part 2 (4 Feb. 2008) |
Despite many obvious clues to the contrary, Riley denies that his favorite rapper, Gangstalicious, is gay.
|14||The Hunger Strike (15 Mar. 2008) |
Huey goes on a hunger strike in a boycott of BET, and receives some high-profile support from Reverend Rollo Goodlove, who may be more interested in his own self-promotion than any good intentions.
|15||The Uncle Ruckus Reality Show (23 Mar. 2008) |
In the wake of Huey's failed protest against the network, BET's Harvard-educated programming chief, Weggie Rudlin, is moving ahead with his promise to create The Uncle Ruckus Reality Show.