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The Boondocks: The Trial of R. Kelly

The trial of R&B singer R. Kelly comes to Woodcrest and Tom Dubois is the ADA. Huey and Riley are on opposing sides of the controversial "underage peeing" issue. Meanwhile, Granddad and Uncle Ruckus argue about white people during a chess game.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x2
Production Number: 102
Airdate: Sunday November 13th, 2005

Guest Stars
Crystal ScalesCrystal Scales
voiced Underaged Girl
Jim MeskimenJim Meskimen
voiced Bill O'Reilly/Reporter
Kevin Michael RichardsonKevin Michael Richardson
voiced The Judge/Various
Adam WestAdam West
voiced R. Kelly's lawyer

Cree SummerCree Summer
voiced R. Kelly Supporter
Main Cast
Regina KingRegina King
voiced Huey Freeman, Riley Freeman
John WitherspoonJohn Witherspoon
voiced Robert Jebediah "Granddad" Freeman
Cedric YarbroughCedric Yarbrough
voiced Tom Dubois
Gary Anthony WilliamsGary Anthony Williams
voiced Uncle Ruckus
Jill TalleyJill Talley
voiced Sarah Dubois/Various
Gabby SoleilGabby Soleil
voiced Jazmine Dubois
Episode Notes
A scene wih Rosa Parks was cut out after her death.

The song "Booty Butt," seen when Granddad is watching TV is seen and so is the video with the girls in thongs.

First appearence of the Dubois family.

Episode Quotes
Huey: Mr. Dubois, do you know to what extent niggas love R. Kelly?

Uncle Ruckus: Hang that nigga! I got the rope right here!

Episode Goofs
Uncle Ruckus says he was on a jury in Tennessee, but in the flashback the state seal behind the judge says Alabama.

You could actually see Rosa Parks leaving the courtroom at the end of the episode, even though the most prominent scene of Mrs. Parks was cut out of respect of her death.

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