The Boondocks is an American adult animated sitcom created by Aaron McGruder ,  based upon his comic strip of the same name ,  The show begins with a black family, the Freemans, settling into the fictional, peaceful, and mostly white suburb of Woodcrest from Chicago 's South Side. The series was broadcast on Adult Swim ; premiering on November 6, and concluding on June 23, after four seasons and 55 episodes. The series also airs in syndication outside the United States and has been released on various DVD sets and other forms of home media. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article. Main article: The Boondocks season 1. Main article: The Boondocks season 2. Main article: The Boondocks season 3.
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The first Stinkmeaner episode was a triumph—introducing not only the mythology of the nigga moment, but also the indelible character of the hatred-consumed Stinkmeaner who is also, notably, at his most human here and his irrational vendetta against Robert. It gave Huey a beautifully animated, ghostly dream scene fighting a demonic Stinkmeaner in a moonlit forest. So screw it. But the cloning is just a way for him to be reintroduced, and to give him some better fighting abilities. This makes sense within the context of the episode such as it has one , but it also totally blunts the satirical blow of the end of the first Stinkmeaner episode, when Robert kills a blind old man who just got a lucky shot in by accident. Even the attempt to diverge from the established Stinkmeaner canon, when Robert becomes Stinkmeaner by holding on to all of his hate, is basically the reverse of what happens to Tom during the second Stinkmeaner episode. These are, at best, new ways of presenting the same topics from the other Stinkmeaner episodes, which makes them incredibly boring.
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Colonel H. Stinkmeaner was an obnoxious, blind old man whom Robert Freeman killed in a street fight. He is a recurring antagonist in the series, somehow appearing or being mentioned in one episode per all four seasons.
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