The Boondocks: Attack of the Killer Kung Fu Wolf Bitch
This episode is pretty funny. The opening deals with Granddad’s failed attempts at Internet Dating. I thought it was funny when he kept getting ugly women, whose profile pictures were more attractive than their actual physical appearances. That has always been my fear about Internet Dating. Hell, people can say that about the ‘fixed up’ dating too.
The story shifts focus to a single lady who appears normal and extremely attractive on the surface. Her name is Luna. Agreeing to spend a weekend with her, they have dinner with her. I liked that it was at this point that she started to become unstable and show how crazy she really was. I also got a good chuckle out of the Mortal Kombat references.
Listening to her hateful female friend, Luna goes completely crazy and takes the entire family hostage. The episode tries to enlighten us to look into the mind of the lonely best friend that gives Luna bad advice. It also jokes about how bitter this lonely friend is and always wants to live their lives through their more dateable best friend. This ends horrible for Luna.
A very funny episode, but doesn’t dig deep into the social commentary of the Black Community like many of the other episodes. However, still enjoyable.
Note: They also use the Jabba the Hutt theme from Return of the Jedi in this episode. I thought that was a nice touch.