The Boondocks

Season 3 Episode 5

Stinkmeaner 3: The Hateocracy

Aired Sunday 11:30 PM May 30, 2010 on Adult Swim

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  • Introducing the Hateocracy

    Just when i thought the Freeman's were done with Stinkmeaner, it turns out he had homies who are out for revenge. These crazy old fools terrorize everyone, make Rukus look like a crackhead on the street and can even take the head off the Grand master Bushido Brown.
  • Ladies and Gentleman, the 3rd season has now officially taken off!

    Better even than "The Red Ball" and "It's A Black President, Huey Freeman" - and quite possibly the best of the Stinkmeaner episodes (and "Stinkmeaner Strikes Back" is REALLY hard to top) this episode instantly made it into my "classics" before the opening credits rolled! From Grandad's hilariously terrifying dream sequence that showcases his particular brand of bitter selfishness, to the introduction of "The Hateocracy" with that kickass fight scene, to the return of Bushido Brown - whom the audience and the Freemans learn is a complete @$$hole, to the death of said @$$hole, and all the way to the brilliant ending that suddenly throws this whole surreal situation into real life. what would happen when a trio of old hatin'ass psychos came after you? well, you should know, but if not, you'll find out!!! After the very controversial, yet very funny (yet VERY controversial) "The Story Of Jimmy Rebel" last week, this was the perfect sign that the show would not forget it's loyal fanbase and great socio-political-kinetic-kung-fu-awesomesess that made it popular to begin with in exchange for over-the-top-Uncle-Ruckus-style-controversy, and that season 3 has officially kicked into high gear! 10/10 easy.
  • This episode and the Red Ball are the rawest episodes so far in Season 3 and R.I.P. to Bushido Brown.

    This episode and the Red Ball are the rawest episodes so far in Season 3. How this episode started, I couldn't believe how selfish Grandad is. Good thing it was a dream, but it had suspense. But more action happen after that. With Huey fighting a old man but still can't beat up adults and Riley getting his a$$ kicked by a old hag. Later, Grandad goes fishing (like he said he would in the Comic Strip) and finds a guy who fishing for crabs and knows grandad killed stinkmeaner. Suddenly, he attacks grandad with some swinging weapon. Grandad wins by using his belt and grabs a bucket of crabs and throws it at the guy and escapes. After comercial break, Grandad realizes that they need protection. Who ya gonna call? Not Ghostbusters, Not Maroonie, and definally not Ed Wunclers III (he gets it wrong again), but Bushido Brown. After smacking down a lady, grandad's date and a policemen, The old fogies come to tango with Bushido Brown. After taking down 2 senoirs, Bushido brown is up against the man who fought grandad. Bushido Brown fought valienty, but then SNAP!!! Oh Sh!t!!!! The old man use his wepond to slice Bushido Brown's head right off. When the freeman's lifes were numbered, The Police come to the Rescue (Now who snitch and called the popo?) Well this episode is the only episode that can match up to The Red Ball (maybe better).