Another week another Boondocks episode, last week we saw a fake Kardashian's fake a*s explode but this week was much darker. This might the most serious The Boondocks has been all season, and for the first time since the return of the legendary animated series, the show refocuses back on Huey; the young revolutionary.
Granddad kept screwing up so Huey has finally had it with Granddad's buffoonery and quitting on himself, so Huey had to come out of retirement.
They touched on everything you can think of in this episode, modern day slavery, entitlement, the one percent, being brainwashed by s****y television, house n****s, and revolting.
All sorts of lessons can be taken from this episode.
In retrospect, none of us should have been surprised, for decades people allowed the middle class to wither and die.
That's one of the many noteworthy quotes from this episode.
Well looks to me like I can do whatever I want to slave, ahh slave hmmmm, it taste good in my mouth. What a joyous feeling it is just to say that word. It's like saying Love or Reaganomics.
Yeah that might be the most outlandish thing I've heard all season, it's no wonder Huey had to come out of retirement for this one.
This season has been receiving mixed reactions as the episode aired but this one is up there with the classic 1st and 2nd season season episodes.
Check it out and leave your thoughts.