The Boondocks

Season 1 Episode 12

Riley Wuz Here

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Aired Sunday 11:30 PM Feb 19, 2006 on Adult Swim
9.1
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Granddad sends Riley to an art teacher after concluding his obsession with graffiti has gone far enough. Huey decides to watch black TV for two weeks after hearing that a woman died from watching too much black TV.

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  • the first epsiode i saw and a great one at that

    10
    Ok this episode was great and funny. Another one of Riley's adventures. And he still never puts his seat belt on. I thought the story was great and the animation was sub-par. But the one thing about this episode that I did not know was who were the people Riley drew on Grandad's house? Was that their parents? Or Grandad's late wife? Or maybe a girlfriend. i wished they would have explained that. Anyway I thought this episode was funny, the music was hot, and now, me being an artist, can relate to Riley. This episode brought me a little more closer to the show. 10/10, great episode.moreless
  • The Boondocks is based on the satiric Aaron McGruder comic strip of the same name.

    10
    This episode has got to be the most artistic and attractive episode of season 1. It's funny, it's creative, it's just amazing on how they do that magnificent art work. Riley's an very, very, talented awesome graf artist. That depiction he did on his house of grandad was unbelievably over-whelming.

    The writers should put Riley's artistic value into the series. It will really pull out a bigger use of his character, than just his ignorence, cursing, and ghetto out-look. Although he his frick'n hilarious! He still need a bigger status. Just an opinion. The Boondocks is yet again another 100% good television.moreless
  • I didn't know Riley could draw.

    9.0
    Ok this episode was great and funny. Another one of Riley's adventures. And he still never puts his seat belt on. I thought the story was great and the animation was sub-par. But the one thing about this episode that I did not know was who were the people Riley drew on Grandad's house? Was that their parents? Or Grandad's late wife? Or maybe a girlfriend. i wished they would have explained that. Anyway I thought this episode was funny, the music was hot, and now, me being an artist, can relate to Riley. This episode brought me a little more closer to the show. 10/10, great episode.moreless
  • honestly, I think this show wouldn't be as funny if there wasn't Riley.

    7.5
    Riley wuz Here was a pretty good episode. It realle showed a development in Riley's character. Where did he even learn to spray graffiti like that. The ending was pretty good too. What was the song called though at the end becuase I want that in my iPod. Huey's part wasn't realle that important.
  • Everything that glitters ain't gold!

    8.2
    It just goes to show that you can't expect good fruit to come from a bad tree. Anyone who watches or reads Boondocks faithfully KNOWS Riley cannot be trusted...at any time! The fact that he has an awesome talent and can't get REAL CREDIT for it proves it! I love McGruder for telling it like it is!!!!!!

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