- Episode 1: Garden Party
- Episode 2: The Trial of R. Kelly
- Episode 3: Guess Hoe's Coming to Dinner
- Episode 4: Granddad's Fight
- Episode 5: A Date With The Health Inspector
- Episode 6: The Story Of Gangstalicious
- Episode 7: A Huey Freeman Christmas
- Episode 8: The Real (aka The Reality)
- Episode 9: The Return Of The King
- Episode 10: The Itis
- Episode 11: Let's Nab Oprah
- Episode 12: Riley Wuz Here
- Episode 13: Wingmen
- Episode 14: The Block Is Hot
- Episode 15: The Passion of Ruckus
Keywords: #Aaron McGruder #Gary Anthony Williams #John Witherspoon #Regina King #The Boondocks - Season 1
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Critics Of "The Boondocks - Season 1"
Robert Abele L.A. Weekly
November 06, 2005 There's a clunkiness to the pacing of this new Boondocks incarnation.Read in Source
E.R. Shipp New York Daily News
November 06, 2005 I don't think there is enough Botox in the world to keep me watching and wincing and still keeping it together. I'll tune out.Read in Source
Nancy Franklin New Yorker
November 06, 2005 It turns out you can be controversial without being the least bit interesting.Read in Source
Brian Lowry Variety
November 06, 2005 "The Boondocks" is filled with crassness and non sequiturs but proves too self-consciously biting to get under anyone's skin -- regardless of its color -- beyond the least-demanding realm of the young-male demo.Read in Source
Gillian Flynn Entertainment Weekly
November 06, 2005 Despite its wish to be incendiary, Boondocks seems hesitant.Read in Source
Mike McDaniel Houston Chronicle
November 06, 2005 McGruder has brilliantly set his tone, and there's no looking back.Read in Source
Hal Boedeker Orlando Sentinel
November 06, 2005 The Boondocks produces more uneasiness than chuckles.Read in Source
Melanie McFarland Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 06, 2005 For pulling off brilliant, unsettling moments, "The Boondocks" deserves a standing ovation.Read in Source
Heather Havrilesky Salon.com
November 06, 2005 "The Boondocks" shows promise, defies categorization and, basically, could either evolve into a great show or become repetitive really fast.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...