At this point everybody who watches The Boondocks knows that the show comes out on its own time. Well, apparently creator Aaron McGruder has launched a Kickstarter campaign to produce a live-action version of the series based on everybody’s favorite bigot, Uncle Ruckus. No word on when – or if, at this point – Season 4 of the animated series will actually drop, though…
Pic courtesy of HHW
Shake may be anticipating Anchorman 2, but I’m waiting on the return of the [adult swim] series. Similar to Ron Burgundy’s teaser poster their official site
doesn’t say much, but I’m gassed regardless.
I’m sure by now most of the links we put up of the episodes throughout the third (and hopefully not the final) season are dead, but the entire season is now out on DVD today, with the prerequisite extras. Maybe they’ll add some “banned” episodes on this one, too. Props to Complex.
And with that, the season (and hopefully not the series) of The Boondocks comes to a close. Thoughts on the entire thing? Was it worth the years-long wait?
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The final episode? Doubt it; the thing starts off saying “On the season finale…” Thoughts on the third season?
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Fack… I ended up getting chocolate wasted last night and completely forgot that last night’s episode was new. There’s only two more left now…
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I’ll be honest: I haven’t watched the show in a couple weeks. Not because I’m tired of it, just that I’ve not cared to catch up at the moment. I may need to soon, though, as there’s only three episodes left in the final season. Props to Yardie.
I didn’t get around to watching this last night (seemed last night was just the fay for a bunch of shows to drop at once), but if it’s any indication of the last few The Boondocks finally have found some direction. Just sucks that it came relatively late in the final season.
The Boondocks, Entourage and Kevin Hart’s new stand up. Yep, I’m definitely staying in Sunday night.
Another good episode.
I’ve gotta give up to Aaron and company; the last few episodes have been on point.
There’s a new handyman in the neighborhood undercutting Uncle Ruckus… which is all good for Granddad and his garden until the man claims to be his long lost son, Lando. Will Granddad take responsibility and be a father to his child? Not without a talk show paternity test.