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This animated series, based on the 2009 film of the same name, features the exploits of the titular character, a 1970s renaissance man with a kung-fu grip, who doesn't always think before making decisions. His sidekick, Bullhorn, is the brains behind Black Dynamite's hard-hitting style. Cream Corn provides comic relief on the mean streets of Los Angeles, while attractive Honey Bee classes up the area. The half-hour series features the voices of a number of the actors who starred in the live-action film, including Michael Jai White in the title role.

Latest episodes

aired 16 days ago
Black Dynamite brings the orphans to a taping of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" for their collective birthdays.
aired 23 days ago
Thinking he was financing a film with positive images, Bill Cosby unwittingly helps Melvin Van Peebles make an x-rated "Blaxploitation" film.
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Honey Bee takes the harem to Jamaica for a vacation, where the women party and Honey meets Bob Marley.
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Cream Corn convinces Black Dynamite and the crew to attend a street party on Halloween, where someone is killed.
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The community attends a soul food-eating contest at the summer's biggest beach party where a shark is eating people.
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"ROOTS" hits the air and the Community sees just how bad slavery was; Al Sharpton whips everyone into a reparation frenzy and they storm Beverly Hills, enslaving every white honky cracker they can find!
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After Dynamite takes out a super villain, the villain's son seeks revenge.
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In Vietnam, Black Dynamite's friend is left for dead.
aired 72 days ago
When Honey Bee demands a break, Black Dynamite and the crew take her to the circus.
aired 79 days ago
When the president's plan to destroy the black community with illegal drugs backfires, Tricky Dick unleashes his latest weapon: Special DEA agent Elvis Aaron Presley.
aired 86 days ago
Black Dynamite reunites with the car from his CIA days, Ertha Kitt.
aired 93 days ago
Black Dynamite is home with the flu during the annual Player's Ball.
aired 102 days ago
Bullhorn may be in over his head in the world of adult film.
aired 103 days ago
Black Dynamite learns that Michael Jackson is a merciless alien force.
aired 104 days ago
Child services gives the Whorephanage a shutdown notice, and the orphans are all adopted and taken to a luxury high-rise.
aired 105 days ago
Cream Corn is excited for the chance to dance on "Soul Train," but BD knows the show is a battle between Don Cornelius and Dick Clark.
aired 107 days ago
The IRS is going after Black Dynamite for $60K and tax day is coming up.
aired 130 days ago
Black Dynamite cannot decide what to get the orphans for Christmas.
aired 265 days ago
This animated series, based on the 2009 film of the same name, features the exploits of the titular character, a 1970s renaissance man with a kung-fu grip, who doesn't always think before making decisions. His sidekick, Bullhorn, is the brains behind Black Dynamite's hard-hitting style. Cream Corn provides comic relief on the mean streets of Los Angeles, while attractive Honey Bee classes up the area. The half-hour series features the voices of a number of the actors who starred in the live-action film, including Michael Jai White in the title role.
aired 265 days ago
This animated series, based on the 2009 film of the same name, features the exploits of the titular character, a 1970s renaissance man with a kung-fu grip, who doesn't always think before making decisions. His sidekick, Bullhorn, is the brains behind Black Dynamite's hard-hitting style. Cream Corn provides comic relief on the mean streets of Los Angeles, while attractive Honey Bee classes up the area. The half-hour series features the voices of a number of the actors who starred in the live-action film, including Michael Jai White in the title role.
aired 278 days ago
The president's plan to destroy the Black community backfires; Tricky Dick unleashes his latest weapon.

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