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The Boondocks: Wingmen

When Granddad's oldest friend Moe dies, the Freemans go back to Chicago, where he and Huey must learn to let go of the past.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x13
Production Number: 111
Airdate: Sunday March 05th, 2006

Director: Seung Eun-Kim
Writer: Aaron McGruder

Special Guest Stars
Mike EppsMike Epps
voiced Mo Jackson

Guest Stars
Affion CrockettAffion Crockett
voiced Old Funeral Attendee
DJ PoohDJ Pooh
voiced Laughing Funeral Attendee
Dee Bradley BakerDee Bradley Baker
voiced German Fighter Pilot
Kevin Michael RichardsonKevin Michael Richardson
voiced Probate Lawyer
Kym WhitleyKym Whitley
voiced Maybelline
Austin WilliamsAustin Williams
voiced Cairo
Che BoueyChe Bouey
voiced Dewey
Niecy NashNiecy Nash
voiced Cookie Freeman

Aaron McGruderAaron McGruder
voiced Young Granddad
Main Cast
Regina KingRegina King
voiced Huey Freeman, Riley Freeman
John WitherspoonJohn Witherspoon
voiced Robert Jebediah "Granddad" Freeman
Jill TalleyJill Talley
voiced Sarah Dubois/Various
Gabby SoleilGabby Soleil
voiced Jazmine Dubois
Episode Notes
Though its never stated, Cookie Freeman is Granddad's sister.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
MadvillainFancy Clown 

Episode Quotes
Cookie: Robert, how are the boys?
Granddad: I hate em both! Bye!

Young Mo: What nigga you know got enough heart to fly in the middle of Nazi Germany with a white woman on his plane? Huh? Who do you know could do some sh*t like that? Mo' Gunz, that's who!
Young Granddad: Mo! I'm trying to concentrate.
Young Mo: And I dare one of these crackers to say something'! Sh*t! I woke up this morning wanting to shoot me a white man!

Riley: Boo! Hey, Eyrka Bonduey! Real gay, my nigga!
Kyro: Shut up Riley!
Huey: Kyro, whats wrong with you? This nigga's corny.
Kyro: No, nigga you're corny. At least he's here. Why don't you run off with your punk ass granddad. Fake ass nigga!
(Huey punches Kyro.)

Mourner: Hey, Robert. How ya doing? I heard you was giving the eulogy. I think that's mighty nice. Knowing how you and Moe had bad blood.
Granddad: Well, what's in the past is in the past.
Mourner: Yeah. HA HA HA. I recall Moe telling me he couldn't stand your black ass. Woo. I remember it like it was last week. Matter of fact.....I think it was last week.
Granddad: Last week?
Mourner: Uh-huh. You should've heard 'im, Robert. He was on a roll, man. He was calling you all kinds of bitches and mother f**kers. Moe was like, Shabazz or something, man....
Granddad: Moe called me a mother f**ker last week? He said that last week?
Mourner: Like hell he did. I think it was Tuesday. About 1:28 PM.
Granddad: Well ain't this a bitch?

Moe: Well, I got somethin' here to give you that's very near and dear to me, playa pimp. (Granddad opens the suitcase with a jar of nuts inside) These nuts, nigga! Got you, nigga! From beyond the grave! You will never be able to get me back, nigga!

Cultural References
Riley: Man, you got knocked the-- nevermind.

Riley is about to say, "You got knocked the f**k out!" from the movie Friday. The movie starred John Witherspoon (Granddad Freeman) and its sequal starred Mike Epps (Moe.)

When Granddad tells Huey to say something deep, Huey quotes a portion of The Profit, one of the poems by Kahlil Gibran, a Lebanese author, philosopher, poet and artist. Huey's quote begins with “Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.”

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