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The Boondocks Season 4 Premiere: Chris Brown Spoof [VIDEO]

Fans of the hit animated TV show The Boondocks finally got their hearts desire on Monday night when season 4 of the show premiered on Adult Swim on Cartoon Network.

There were a lot of talks about how the popular series will hold up without it’s creator Aaron McGruder. But we can safely say that the premiere episode of The Boondocks season 4 will have you laughing nonstop thanks to the Chris Brown spoof. We didn’t saw that one coming.

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Pretty Boy Flizzy is the stand-in name for Chris Brown, with the character voiced by actor Michael B. Jordan. The character is a sex symbol pop star who has a hit song about having sex with your wife.

Pretty Boy Flizzy staged a liquor store robbery and hired Tomas Dubois as his lawyer. Flizzy later helped Tomas win back his wife after a bitter argument.

Just like Chris Brown, Pretty Boy Flizzy has a huge female fan base who is bend on following him everywhere and supporting him despite his violent temper and endless legal troubles.

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  1. It was very funny. I actually like this episode better than the episodes with a lot of the N word. Boondocks is my favorite

  2. It just don’t feel the same

  3. AyoItzDaPreacher

    Tonight’s episode was awesome, leagues better than the previous Tom-Sarah episode with Usher. Dialogue flowed much smoother than the previous 2 seasons, and it didn’t feel like we were jumping from gag to gag like in season 3. There was a story arc that was followed, and it had an extremely satisfying end, again unlike the Tom-Sarah-Usher episode. Tom had recaptured the love in his marriage by beating the man she most adored at his own game. It also shed a very philosophical light on entertainers today; if their not in trouble or extremely talented, they’re irrelevant. Look at Bieber, Chris Brown, and most other mediocre performers. The only way to stay in the light is to be on the news. It’s free publicity. I was left given a different perspective, one that I never that I’d have about performers. THIS is The Boondocks I missed. Although not as powerful as Season 1, the message is there. The message that had been missing from all of season 3 is back.
    Although scenes containing the Freeman’s were few, they played their part well, offering awesome commentary and hilarious perspectives of the given problem. Uncle Ruckus is the most original character in all of late night TV, and he’s kept in stride right into this season. The biggest thing still missing is the Huey narrative, that brilliant insight that allowed me to view the world from the eyes of a 10 year old young man. But his dialogue in this episode told us what he was thinking. From citizen arrests, to rapper lawyer-fight scenes, this episode didn’t miss a beat. I’m glad we got the Tom themed episode out of the way in a tasteful fashion. Now the real show starts, The Boondocks is back, and I can’t wait for next week.
    Makes you wonder, maybe McGruder wasn’t completely blameless. I mean, 4 year hiatus between each season, then the bland stand laid on season 3, plus the sudden hike in budget after he leaves (from $8 million per season to 3-5 million per episode), can’t be coincidences. But I digress