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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

The Boondocks: Banned

As some of you already know, I am a massive fan of the quite hilarious animated series The Boondocks and was wondering what happened to the rest of the season. Well, it seems the final two episodes may have been banned. Why? Because they took on a force more powerful than Katrina, homoerotic rappers, and killer kung fu wolf bitches combined.

They made fun of Black Entertainment Television. The really hilarious part: the episodes reportedly attack Reginald Hudlin, President of BET. Hudlin happens to retain an executive producer credit on the show itself due to a contractual obligation.

You can get a better idea of the story here. Apparently the only folks who got a chance to see these episodes were our Neighbors to the North (on a different network). And I am going to do my damndest to show these episodes before they are ripped off the internet.

The Hunger Strike (Whole Episode)

The Uncle Ruckus Reality Show (Part 1 & Part 2)

3 brain pickings:

  1. To quote Dr. King: Black, Entertainment...Television...is the WORST thing I've seen in MY LIFE"

    Niggers, 'cause that's what THEY. ALL. ARE. need to check themselves and think about what they promote. Shameful, and this is being produced by the black "elite" our, supposedly, "best" and "brightest."

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  2. Can Americans not get any Canadian channels? That seems odd considering how we get American channels on basic cable here.
    Also, the Boondocks kick effing ass.

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  3. "And I am going to do my damndest to show these episodes before they are ripped off the internet."

    ...and gone.

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