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Monday, January 04, 2010

Around The Web: Boondocks Back in 2010?

It's possible I'm a little late on this one.  Forgive me.

After a two year hiatus, the critically acclaimed and controversial animated series The Boondocks is headed for return to television. As reported on, Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder has hinted via twitter that season three of the show could hit the airwaves as early as March. YAY!!

In related news. Zettler Clay over at Clutch Magazine did an excellent piece relating to the cultural impact of The Boondocks titled Why America Needs Huey Freeman in early December.  I believe I shared it via reader (you should be following me) but if you haven't read it yet, definitely check it out.

And here's a reminder why The Boondocks is oh so grand:
       The Boondocks The Story of Gangstalicious - Watch more Videos at Vodpod.

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