In some episodes of The Boondocks, we learn a little something about our black community and what we must do to go in the right path. And in this one, it exploits the eating habits of blacks and the awful effects it has on us.
Grandad opens a restaurant which was financed by Ed Wuncler the first, and the peaceful community where the restaurant was located turned into a bad neighborhood within months, showing us that too much of something good can lead to bad consequences.
I was a little strict at first when I gave it an 8.3. Now it's a 9.3 after watching it a second time and noticing the message that was being told. I also like the Soul Food and slavery references, they were put together well.
What else can I say to end it...but a pretty damn superb episode.