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The following is a partial List of characters who have appeared in the animated TV series, The boondocks .

main characters

The Freeman family

The Freeman family in the boondocks Series is called purely male African American trio, each with very different personalities. The main protagonist and narrator is Huey, who has the cognitive functions of a child genius. His brother Riley Freeman is more practical, streetwise and open. The brothers rarely get along, but do so in some episodes, for example in the episode "Guess Hoes Coming to Dinner", in which Huey and Riley work together to find out the truth about the character Cristal. For the most part, Huey and Riley act like polar opposites, and many stories revolve around their embarrassment at each other's actions. The third member of the Freeman family is Robert, the "grandpa" of Huey and Riley. Robert can't remember his age, but he never dates women of his own generation.

Huey Freeman

Huey (Voiced by Regina King) is a young 10-year-old left wing black radical revolutionary and retired domestic terrorist. He is almost a master of Chinese martial arts, as seen in the episodes "Let's Nab Oprah", "Attack of the Killer Kung Fu Wolf Slut", "Stinkmeaner 3: The Hateocracy" and "... Or Die Trying" . . He maintains a strict but strangely loving relationship with his brother Riley, and occasionally does everything possible to prevent his brother from succumbing to bad influences (some "hard love"). Throughout the comic and television series, Huey has always maintained a sober demeanor. During most of the episodes, Huey is the narrator, and often he only reveals his thoughts and feelings through his narration. In the comic, Huey's best friend is Michael Caesar, who effectively counteracts Huey's pessimistic worldview with his optimistic personality and temperament. In the television series, this role is played by Huey's neighbor Jazmine Dubois, who reconciles Huey's character with her childlike, naive innocence, which often results in Huey having to resolve a situation in which she is being exploited. Huey can also speak perfectly Mandarin Chinese, as shown in "The Red Ball", but how does he know this is never explained.

Riley Freeman

Riley Freeman (also voiced by Regina King) is Huey's younger brother. Riley can be seen as a representative of misguided black youth and is a product of mass media influence as he refers to women as "bitches" or "hoes" and often alludes to his "representative" and status on the "streets". and adores gangsta rappers and their lifestyle. He often describes himself by the self-proclaimed nickname "Young Reezy". Although he is apparently everything his brother is not, Riley shows his ability to rationalize and plan, for example when he left attorney Tom DuBois speechless after discussing with him in "The Trial of R. Kelly". Riley's criminal talent shows when he goes on a rampage with the incompetent Ed Wuncler III and Gin Rummy in the episode "Let's Nab Oprah". Riley is fascinated by firearms and has a tendency towards violence. At Christmas he declared himself a "Santa Stalker" and attacked Santa Claus in the local mall with Airsoft Glock 17s and met many innocent bystanders. Although Riley doesn't own any real firearms, he works with Ed Wuncler III and Gin Rummy, who occasionally gave him access to real guns. Riley also appears to have an unusually large amount of strength and endurance, as seen when fighting his brother Huey, a skilled martial artist and swordsman, and when fighting stinkmeans with kung fu training. Behind his tough facade, Riley shows a certain sensitivity, as in the episode "Riley Wuz Here," in which he learns to use his creative skills to create art rather than personal fame.

Robert Freeman

Robert Jebediah "Granddad" Freeman (voiced by John Witherspoon) is the retired paternal grandfather and guardian of Huey and Riley who lives in a peaceful suburb of Woodcrest. While it is never directly stated how Robert became Huey and Riley's guardian, it is implied that Huey and Riley's birth parents have passed away. Robert witnessed many important events in American history, and on occasion serves as the more pragmatic voice of reason in the Freeman family. Robert was a fighter pilot during World War II, where he flew a P-51 Mustang with the Tuskegee Airmen. He played a role in the civil rights movement but was prone to certain faux pas, like putting on a raincoat in preparation to be doused by a police shot. He was also part of the Montgomery bus boycott, even sitting next to Rosa Parks and refusing to give up his seat first, although to his chagrin she got all the credit. Although he appears embarrassed about the behavior of Huey and Riley, his main motivation is to promote the welfare of his family, which often leads him into conflict with his grandchildren. Although Huey and Riley have different personalities, they tend not to act in accordance with their grandfather's desire for an easy life. Riley gets in a lot of trouble and Huey always has a bigger picture in mind. Robert does not hesitate to use corporal punishment when he deems it necessary, often against Riley, and has developed a great deal of skill in using his belt for this purpose.

Secondary character

The DuBois family

  • Thomas Lancaster DuBois (Voiced by Cedric Yarbrough) - Tom DuBois is a lawyer who lives across from the Freemans. He is an African American whose character is a stereotype of a successful middle-class black citizen. Tom is easily scared and strictly abides by the law, although Huey mentions that Tom's work as a prosecutor sends other black men to the very fate he most fears. His character can be interpreted as "Uncle Tom", having turned his back on his black heritage (however genealogical tests show he is 32.5% Scottish) to marry a white woman (Sarah) who is a mixed one Race Produces Child (Jazmine) and become a prosecutor who often condemns black people. Given the complexity of the show, the name "Dubois" can pay homage to WEB Du Bois and put his character in a state of conflict. For example, on one episode, the neighborhood guard was convinced of the Freeman family's guilt in a series of local break-ins for unwilling to speak to the police, and Tom confronted the neighborhood guard with the ridiculousness of, instead of resigning himself to, their allegations. Tom was the unwilling ship for Stinkmeans at some point after Stinkmeans fled Hell. However, Stinkmeaner was eventually exorcised, which brought Tom back to normal. In various episodes, Tom is portrayed as an advocate of LGBT rights, gun control (or at least proper gun registration) and protection of intellectual property.
  • Sarah DuBois (Voiced by Jill Talley) - Sarah DuBois is Tom's white wife. She feels comfortable about her interracial marriage, even when Tom is ridiculed for it, as in "The R. Kelly Trial". She even jokingly says to Tom, "I told you that you played around with white women." Sarah and her daughter are Usher fans, which makes Tom jealous. Multiple episodes suggest Sarah is sexually frustrated when Tom's jealousy over her flirting with Usher at the anniversary dinner threw him selfishly and cruelly out of her house.
  • Jazmine DuBois (voiced by Gabby Soleil for the first three seasons, Kiarah Pollas for the fourth season) - Jazmine DuBois is the biracial daughter of Tom and Sarah. She can be extremely paranoid and a bit naive, which makes her an object of ridicule for Riley. Jazmine was shocked by the 9/11 attacks (and hid in her room for two years as an episode of the comic) and found out that the tooth fairy is fake. She is a firm believer in Santa Claus and regards him as the true meaning of Christmas to the point where she dreams of preaching Santa's gospel to the masses. Jazmine likely has an unfulfilled rush on Huey as she follows around, though he can be cold on her at times. She first appears in the episode "The R. Kelly Trial".

Other main characters

  • Uncle Ruckus (Voiced by Gary Anthony Williams) - Uncle Ruckus is the show's main antagonist. Possibly senile, overweight, with a grotesque appearance and a glass eye, Uncle Ruckus idolizes the culture of black slaves, and his views on black people coincide with those of white racists. He hates himself, distances himself as best he can from his African American heritage, and is prejudiced against all non-white people. His greatest wish is that black people would still be enslaved because he believes they were better off then. Its name is based on the character Uncle Remus, the fabled writer from African American fairy tales such as Song of the South . He claims because of a mythical disease called "Re- Vitiligo "to be white. (" It's the opposite of what Michael Jackson did, lucky bastard. ") Uncle Ruckus appears to be a white supremacist, as shown in" The Red Ball, "where he claims that Ed Wuncler Sr.'s "White Leadership" helped team win the game, and he calls one Chinese a "yellow nigga." Ironically, he's the darkest-skinned character on the show. His character is a hyperbolic parody of the self-hating black man. So much he may also hate black culture, other episodes show how he comes into contact with the Freemans. In "... Or Die Trying" he demonstrates mastery of nunchaku and hand-to-hand combat. He is in "The Uncle Ruckus Reality Show" Horrified to learn from a DNA test that he is 102% African with a 2% error rate. Knowledge of his true heritage leads him to quit all jobs and engage in other behaviors. which correspond to his racist views. Later in the episode, he was shown false documents showing he was 50.07% white after executives in charge of the show became upset about the drop in ratings caused by Ruckus' behavior. He is told that the original results were done by a black intern and were flawed. In "The Color Ruckus" the possible reason for his hatred of black people is revealed. As a child, he was frequently physically abused by his drunken father, Mr. Ruckus, and raised by his loving mother, Bunny Ruckus, to believe in his history of re-Vitiligo and white men. Although Mr. later discovered that he really was a random birth and his skin condition was a deceived joke, Ruckus would still keep the belief that he was adopted and originally white. In "Good Times" Uncle Ruckus starts his campaign to run for mayor.
  • Edward "Ed" Rothschild Wuncler Sr. (Voiced by Edward Asner) - Ed Wuncler Sr. is an overweight, wealthy realtor who is the father of Ed Wuncler Jr. and the grandfather of Ed Wuncler III. His family founded the town of Woodcrest and has lived in the area for over a century. His last name is based on the figure " The Once-ler "from Dr. Seuss' book The Lorax . Like his namesake, Wuncler acts as an archetypal capitalist who praises the freedom to exploit cheap labor and complains about high taxes in "The Block is Hot". As with every house in Woodcrest, the wealthy Wuncler owns the loan for Grandpa's house and manipulates the Woodcrest police. Wuncler is sometimes racist, such as referring to Grandad as "Robert Freedman" and only employing illegal Mexicans in his restaurants, but his racism is a by-product of his voracious greed rather than an active hatred of other races. Ed seems to have a general preference for Robert, calling him "old school" and even funding his soul-food restaurant business in the episode "The Itis," though this may have been part of an elaborate program to lower property values ​​in the Area so he could buy the nearby park. He also owns a fast food place called "McWuncler," a parody of McDonald's from "Return of the King," and a sweatshop run by 12-year-old Indonesian girls, as in "The Block is Hot" "In the season three finale," It's Goin 'Down, "Wuncler carries out a false terrorist attack in Woodcrest with the intent of turning the sole victim (an overweight security officer) into a national martyr and cultural icon, and then his Exploiting similarity for profit including a film starring Jack Black. The conspiracy is foiled by Huey and a government agent named Jack Flowers, but Wuncler avoids arrest thanks to the intervention of President Barack Obama. Takes the final minutes of the episode an angry Flowers Wunklers grandson as hostage, and Wuncler replies with a smile and the words: "What wa Are you still guilty? Shoot him! "
  • Edward "Eddie" Wuncler Jr. (Voiced by Sam McMurray) - Ed Wuncler Jr. is the son of Ed Wuncler Sr., immoral like his father with an obvious code of conduct similar to the Mafia in that it doesn't go beyond acts of violence. Wuncler Jr. appears for the first time in season 4 to appear to help Robert with his money problems on "Good Times" only to have the Freeman family in even worse circumstances and in debt with him. Soon after, Wuncler Jr. has the Freemans and others he owes work as slaves at his Freedomland amusement park until Huey stages a revolt and the amusement park closes soon after.
  • Edwin "Ed" Wuncler III (Voiced by Charlie Murphy) - Ed Wuncler III is the grandson of Ed Wuncler Sr. and the son of Ed Wuncler Jr. Ed Wuncler III is a drunk, psychopathic, trigger-happy ex-Special Forces soldier from active duty in Iraq. His character could be viewed as a parody of a young George W. Bush - a character who, despite his sub-par intelligence (as mentioned at the end of "The Garden Party"), is destined to be president because of the wealth and power of his family. where his grandfather says, "In 30 years this boy is going to be President of the United States ... and he's still going to be a fucking idiot!"). He reveals that he has sat down in his pants so many times in Iraq out of fear that the smell affected the position of his unit and he was therefore not allowed to patrol. Ed's jewelry features a large locket shaped like the letter W, and he often wears a bulletproof vest. Although he will inherit a tremendous fortune, he insists on living a life of poorly executed crime, usually on behalf of his grandfather's business interests or as a personal favor for Riley Freeman. Due to his willingness to kill, Ed is a borderline sociopath and often displays recklessness, arrogance, and a lack of finesse, which usually results in both his and others' intended goals being missed. He seems to have trouble distinguishing targets as he repeatedly kidnaps or tries to murder the wrong person. Ed III and his friend Gin Rummy get away with their incompetent criminal antics because Ed Wuncler Sr. has the police and city government on his payroll and because his status as a member of the U.S. armed forces gives the public image of a hero, while Gin Rummy often argues that their escape is the result of his work as a master planner. Ed and Rummy are considered heroes when, after an unexpected shooting, they rob a supermarket belonging to a person of "terrorist descent" and mistakenly kidnap Maya Angelou and instead Bill Cosby in an attempt to kidnap Oprah Winfrey. Ed's signature line reads "'The hell are you looking at this?"
  • Gin rummy (by Samuel L.Jackson voiced) - Gin Rummy is a retired Special Forces soldier and best friend of Ed Wuncler III, first featured in "A Date With the Health Inspector." The character is apparently intended to be a parody of Donald Rumsfeld as there are similarities in name, appearance, and use of actual quotes. Although he is shown to be smarter than his best friend, he shares similar murderous tendencies. Its name is also a reference to the card game gin rummy. If someone questions their poor criminal planning and claims that they only escape because no one is after them, they defend themselves by claiming that "the lack of evidence is not evidence of the absence" (parodies Bush's claims and Rumsfeld on Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction in Iraq) and by insisting that he could not plan for "unknown unknowns". In every episode he complains about modern technology, from bluetooth headsets to the iPhone, and in many episodes he drives a black Cadillac Escalade. Gin Rummy sees himself as a patriot and will do everything possible to bring the "refugees of justice" to justice. behavior that mirrors American militiamen. His speaking style often parodies Samuel L. Jackson's character Jules Winnfield pulp Fiction .
  • Otis Jenkins (Voiced by serial producer Carl Jones) - Otis Jenkins is a once famous rapper named Thugnificent and Riley's idol. Thugnificent is from the fictional town of Terra-Belle, Georgia. He has a loud mouth, wears afro poufs similar to those of the rapper Ludacris, and lives in a white and gold mansion. He demonstrates his narcissism through statues of himself meant to reflect Greek gods, as well as through a painting showing how he feels about Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Tupac Shakur, and The Notorious BIG. Shortly after moving into the neighborhood, he starts a rivalry with Robert and later initiates Riley into his entourage, the Lethal Interjection Crew. Despite its less attractive traits, Thugnificent tries to be a good neighbor by asking permission to throw loud parties and encourage personal communication in the neighborhood. In the episode "The Fried Chicken Flu" he even saves the family from Uncle Ruckus and Mrs. Von Hueson. Bitches To Rags reveals that Thugnificent has a bachelor's degree in communications and that his record sales and popularity have fallen sharply. At the end of the episode, his house is sealed off and his belongings are auctioned off to pay off his debts. Otis gives up his stage name and begins a new career as a delivery man.
  • Leonard (voiced by DeRay Davis) is Thugnificent's weak but well-intentioned friend and member of the Lethal Interjection Crew. Although treated as second rate due to his social awkwardness, he is the only member of the crew who stays with Thugnificent if he loses his money. While he's slow and a bit daft, he also shows himself to be more thoughtful, generous, and loyal than most of the characters on the series. In season 3 he is almost always shown in his Wendy's uniform, which he took over after the Lethal Interjection Crew broke up.

Representations and parodies of real people

  • Martin Luther King Jr. (Voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson) - In the season one episode "Return of the King", Huey imagines that Martin Luther King Jr. survived his assassination attempt in 1968 but fell into a 32-year coma. When King regained consciousness in 2000, he discovered that society is not what he imagined it to be.
  • Sway Calloway (As stated by himself) - Sway is the MTV news reporter who first appears on "The Story of Gangstalicious" and tells the documentary "Gangstalicious: Resurrection" and then the breaking news. He also appears in "The Story of Thugnificent" and tells the documentary "Thugnificent: Rags to Bitches" and in "Shinin '" about the theft of Riley's chain.
  • Bill Cosby (Voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson) - Bill Cosby is played as a barely understandable cynic who complains endlessly about the bad manners of young people. Ed and Rummy kidnap him in "Let's Nab Oprah" but give him back almost immediately because they find him too annoying.
  • Quincy Jones (uttered by himself) - In "A Huey Freeman Christmas," Huey hires Jones as music director for the school's Christmas play after being given full creative control to write and stage it at his own discretion. After Huey sacked all of the children cast in the play, he and Jones discuss the idea of ​​bringing in high profile movie stars to cast the roles.
  • Xzibit (Voiced by himself) - Xzibit pimps the Freeman's car, Dorothy, as a result of one of Riley's scams, and makes a brief appearance in season two when Grandpa asks him to help with a diss rap.
  • Ghostface Killah (uttered by himself) - Ghostface Killah appears to Huey as a ghost (although he's not actually dead) and advises him when Tom Dubois is possessed by Stinkmeaner's ghost.
  • Lamilton Taeshawn (Voiced by Bobb'e J. Thompson) - Lamilton Taeshawn is based on 8-year-old Latarian Milton who stole his grandmother's car and took it for a spin. Lamilton is Riley's boyfriend, though he soon realizes that Lamilton's intentions are malicious. Like his real life counterpart, Lamilton steals his grandmother's car. Then he takes Riley for a spin and persuades him to misbehave. His former therapist believes Lamilton is dangerous and reports to the police. Lamilton's attempts to rob Ms. Van Hausen's house result in him killing a dog. At that point he is arrested. After Lamilton gets out, he chases Riley and tries to kill him on suspicion that Riley was the one who told him. After the next fight, he falls from a roof and survives, but is then attacked by the therapist.
  • The Booty Warrior - The Booty Warrior is a gay prison inmate whose looks, voice, and personality are a caricature of real-life convicted serial rapist Fleece Johnson. In "A Date With the Booty Warrior" it is revealed that The Booty Warrior was convicted of rape against Chris Hansen. During a Tom DuBois-led program in which dysfunctional schoolchildren are sent to prison to find out what is going on, Booty Warrior develops a lust for Tom, holds him hostage, and a riot breaks out. The Booty Warrior pursues Tom in his attempt to rape him, but fails when he steps on damp soap.
  • Winston Jerome - Winston Jerome is a superstar playwright, screenwriter, actor, and cult leader. He appears in the episode "Break," where it is revealed that Winston founded his theater cult to have sex with men. His character, and especially his success as an actor and screenwriter, is a parody of Tyler Perry.
  • Joe Petto (Voiced by Fred Willard) - Joe Petto is Riley's schoolteacher who, in a state of confusion, called him "nigga" and caused an uproar. Petto is confused because he assumed that "nigga" was different from "nigger". He argues that Riley said the word first and says it so many times that he doesn't even notice. Petto is based on the real-life teacher Paul Dawson, who called his student Keysean Chavers "nigga" during a confrontation in class.
  • George W. Bush - 43rd President of the United States.
  • Barack H. Obama - 44th President of the United States.
  • Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States
  • Wedgie Rudlin (Voiced by Donald Faison) - Wedgie Rudlin is the President of Entertainment at BET and a simple yes-man to his superiors. The character is an obvious parody of former BET entertainment president and executive producer of the Boondocks, Reginald Hudlin.
  • Kardashia Kardashian (Voiced by Gray DeLisle) - Kardashia is a parody of the Kardashian sisters owned by Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney. Like her, she's a reality TV star with buttocks implants that explode on a date with Robert. She dies alone and the pilot for her reality show is never pitched.
  • Siri (Also voiced by Gray DeLisle) - An app that Grandpa is tied to and that is the main antagonist of "I Dream of Siri". When Robert says he loves her, Siri becomes obsessed. At one point challenged by Huey, she quickly searches for him on Wikipedia and finds that he is a domestic terrorist. She hacked Roberts new Android and sent fake pictures to Al Qaeda at the wedding, in which Robert was a terrorist. A drone comes to the Freeman house and destroys Siri.

Recurring characters

  • The White Shadow (Voiced by John C. McGinley) - The White Shadow is a white-haired and shaded white secret agent whose responsibility Huey spies on for his radical actions. An enigmatic person who claims to be sent by the obvious "forces" to spy on Huey, from monitoring his communications to face-to-face conversations. It has not been proven whether or not he is a real agent or just an invention of Huey's imagination due to his growing paranoia; given that it appears and disappears so easily and no one has seen it yet. Although he appears to be a creepy individual, he usually appears to give insight or warn Huey. Huey is the one who calls him "The White Shadow".
  • Gangstalicious (voiced by Mos Def) - Gangstalicious is one of the most popular Riley rappers. Gangstalicious stars in "The Story of Gangstalicious", "The Story of Gangstalicious Part 2" and "Thank You For Not Sneaking" and appears in "It's a Black President, Huey Freeman". He is responsible for the hit single "Thuggin 'Luv", which can be heard on the show (which can be heard in many episodes), as well as "Homies Over Hoes". Inspired by Ice Cube as a child, he acted "like a killer" so people would like him. This behavior carried over into his adult life and he has lived a lie ever since. He is a gay closet and he goes to great lengths to keep this secret from the public. He was previously involved in a secret homosexual affair with a gangster named Lincoln who tries to kill Gangstalicious for betraying their love during the tour. At one point he attacked a record label manager and rapped about it TRL to be arrested later. He was also involved in a relationship with a hip-hop video vixen named Jessica Ethelberg, who later wrote a book in which he revealed that he was gay (though there were already tons of obvious evidence that he was gay). His real name is Frederick.
  • Macktastic (Voiced by Snoop Dogg) - Macktastic is a rapper and a member of Thugnificent's Lethal Interjection crew. Despite his stereotypical gangsta stance, he's shown to be quite articulate at times in his speech (somewhat similar to his voice actor), and he's a man of few words. Its appearance is similar to that of the taboo of black eyed peas. After the case of Lethal Interjection, Thugnificent mentions that Mack has returned to pimps.
  • Flonominal (Voiced by Busta Rhymes) - Derrick Cornish is a rapper who goes by the name Flonominal and is a member of Thugnificent's Lethal Interjection crew. His vocabulary seems to be quite limited and often uses hip-hop slang at the end and even between sentences. When he can't think of anything else, he'll say things like "Word!" and "No, do you mean?" (Sentences commonly used by the Wu Tang clan rapper Ghostface Killah who played a role in "Stinkmeaner Strikes Back"). Though he puts on a tough gangsta facade and is as loud as Thugnificent at times, he shows himself soft and empathetic when his mother called him and scolded him about the controversy that Thugnificents put on the Lethal Interjection label and the constant attacks on the elderly Rivalry with Robert Freeman (Grandpa) and when Butch Magnus Milosevic hit him in the leg with a baseball bat after challenging Riley's chain back. He resigns from the deadly interjection in "Bitches to Rags" when Thugnificent is unable to pay for the house and when Thugnificent has him fired from a job as an office worker.
  • A pimp named Slickback (voiced by Katt Williams) - A pimp named Slickback is a pimp who is easily irritated when someone briefly calls him "Slickback" and asks to be addressed by his full, self-proclaimed name: "It's like 'A Tribe Called Quest." '- you say the whole thing. "He first appeared in" Guess Hoes Coming to Dinner "when Grandpa started dating his prostitute Cristal. He made a cameo on "Return of the King" but had no speaking lines. He appears in the season two episode "Tom, Sarah and Usher" in which Tom believes Sarah is having an affair with singer Usher and tries to teach Tom to gain respect for his wife through violence and intimidation. The figure is after Katt Williams' character "Money Mike" in Friday After Next modeled. He also drives a purple BMW that matches his purple suit. He also appears in "The Story of Gangstalicious Part 2" where he is tricked by Grandpa into talking to Riley about sex and turning him away from homosexuality.
  • Colonel H. Stinkmeaner (voiced by Cedric Yarbrough) is a blind old black man whose appearance is Dr. Bad vibes from COPS resembles. As Huey notes, Stinkmeaner has acted like an ornery old man his entire life, viewing his cancer-related blindness at age 15 as a good thing as he hated everything and everyone he saw. Although he was expected to die within three years, doctors believed Stinkmeaner's "love of hate" kept him alive as he directed the rest of his life to making everyone's life hell. After defeating Robert in a fight in the shopping center parking lot, Huey confuses Stinkmeaner with a blind swordsman (specifically Zatoichi) and lets his grandfather platoon fight stinkmeans. However, when Huey discovers Stinkmeaner is a normal old man after the match was legally sanctioned at the last second to avoid criminal prosecution, the fight ended with Robert accidentally killing Stinkmeaner. Shortly afterwards, Stinkmeaner ends up in Hell and trains martial arts before the events of "Stinkmeaner Strikes Back", where the devil sends him back to earth to spread ignorance and chaos among blacks. Back on Earth, Stinkmeaner owns Tom Dubois to take revenge on Robert before he is exorcised when Huey coaxes him into finding common ground with Uncle Ruckus. In the season three episode "Stinkmeaner III: The Hateocracy", which acts as the narrator, Stinkmeaner is referred to as a member of a crew of violent, elderly crooks known as "Hateocracy". After being informed of Stinkmeaner's death, the surviving members of the Hateocracy, a trio of skilled martial artists named Lord Rufus Crabmiser, Lady Esmerelda Gripenasty and Mister George Pistofferson, gathered to attack the Freeman family as this gave them an excuse to lose someone's life ruin. Fortunately, the Hateocracy are about to be arrested by the police when Crabmiser murdered Bushido Brown during the attack. In the season four episode, "Stinkmeaner: The Clone War Begins," it is revealed that Stinkmeaner participated in a cloning project before his death and left instructions for his clone, which is genetically enhanced, to further fight Robert. Eventually, after Robert is relegated to his level, the Stinkmeaner clone renounces the vendetta, but still harasses the Freeman family.
  • Reverend Rollo Goodlove (Voiced by CeeLo Green) - Reverend Rollo Goodlove is an African-American left wing activist and media owner whose activism seems to get him more media exposure than showing his opinion on the matter. He originally appeared in the Boondocks Episode "The S-Word" as a supporter of the Freemans after Mr. Petto used a racist "bow" on Riley. He then turned it into a political debate between himself and Ann Coulter (which was carefully orchestrated) that gave him more media exposure. His protest was overshadowed (violently with guns) by a protest by older women for the right to own weapons. Grandpa was sure he would get a lot of money for the incident. He also helped Huey on a hunger strike to get BET out of the air, but Rollo was offered a TV sitcom to air on BET, which resulted in his no longer supporting Huey's strike. His character is loosely based on Rev. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
  • Cynthia "Cindy / C Murder / Fearsome" McPhearson (Voiced by Tara Strong) - Cynthia is a girl who originally appeared as a recurring character in the comic as a girl in Huey's class unfamiliar with racial issues. She likes rap music, especially Snoop Dogg. Appearing on the TV series as an extremely talented junior basketball player for her team, she is savvy (yet overdone) at AAVE, and matches Riley in cockiness. Riley soon insults her mother and the problems associated with her in Cindy's life to deter her from her game, which causes her to cry and run off the pitch. She appears in the episodes "Ballin '" and "The Story of Gangstalicious Part 2", in season 2 and in season 3 in the episode "The Red Ball" as part of Huey's kickball team, although she does not speak. She plays a bigger role in the third season episode "The Fundraiser" than one of Riley's partners in his chocolate company. Her visual appearance, especially her hairstyle, is based on the video game character Cammy from the Street Fighter series.
  • Bushido Brown (voiced by Cedric Yarbrough in first appearance, Michael Jai White in second appearance) - Bushido Brown is one of Oprah hired kung fu bodyguard. For a while he is the best martial artist on the show, whose skills far surpass Huey Freeman. He appeared in the first season "Let's Nab Oprah" and in the second season "Attack of the Killer Kung-Fu Wolf Bitch". He is killed in the third season episode "Stinkmeaner 3: The Hateocracy" after she was beheaded with three senior martial artists in a fight of the "Hateocracy" (which was linked to Colonel H. Stinkmeaner) when they made Robert kill one with a flying guillotine at the time he was protecting her. Before his death, it turned out that he is an arrogant idiot who overwhelms his customers for his services. After the death of Bushido Brown, the members of the Hateocracy are arrested by the police for the murder of Bushido Brown. Bushido Brown's character is heavily influenced by the characters from Black Belt Jones Black Belt Jones and William from Enter the Dragon (both played by martial artist Jim Kelly) and Michael Jai White's own character parody "Black Dynamite" from the film Black Dynamite .
  • Mrs. Van Heusen (Voiced by Marion Ross) - Ms. Van Heusen is a right-wing elderly woman who heads the local neighborhood watch and is a Second Amendment Sisters. When Ed the 3rd and Gin Rummy embark on their local crime, she tries to militarize the neighborhood guard after the Freemans. During the Fried Chicken Flu, she organizes another militia to try to get the Freeman’s supplies.
  • Deborah LeVil (voiced by Debra Wilson) - Deborah LeVil, who is the fictional director of BET (Black EVIL Television). Deborah LeVil is a psychotically evil woman committed to the network's goal: the destruction of black people. She has been shown to murder her employees if they fail to meet her insidious standards. As she says, "It's not enough that the shows are bad. They have to be bad too!" She is mainly used as the female version of Dr. Evil from the Austin Powers film series. Her name could also be a reference to Cruella De Vil.
  • Cristal (Voiced by Tiffany Thomas) - Cristal is a provocative looking young woman. She briefly dated Robert Freeman, to whom it was unclear that she was a prostitute, and quickly became a nuisance to the boys for whom it was obvious. While describing herself as "working in sales", she is confirmed as a prostitute under the supervision of A Pimp Named Slickback.

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