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Adult Swim is never afraid to go beyond the boundaries of what most people consider good taste, so the not-necessarily-PC premise of this show shouldn't come as a shock to anyone. "Black Jesus" spotlights Jesus living in modern-day Compton, Calif., trying to spread love and kindness throughout his neighborhood on a daily basis. Mostly assisting in his mission is a small-but-loyal group of downtrodden followers. The live-action series was created by Aaron McGruder, who previously brought the animated favorite "The Boondocks" to Adult Swim.

Latest episodes

aired 235 days ago
Jesus, living in present-day Compton, Calif., has a daily mission to spread love and kindness throughout the neighborhood with the help of his small but loyal group of downtrodden followers.
aired 236 days ago
Lloyd's wife resurfaces announcing she wants a divorce; Vic is overjoyed, until things get messy; after a visit to the probation office, Fish faces a test of faith.
aired 237 days ago
When Trayvon's dad hooks them up with free cable, Vic will stop at nothing to spoil the gang's enjoyment of fight night.
aired 238 days ago
Lloyd gets a lucrative job as a liquor spokesman and success changes him.
aired 242 days ago
Vic plunges into sin courtesy of Lloyd's estranged wife; the gang shoots a music video for Boonie's latest track.
aired 243 days ago
Jesus, living in present-day Compton, Calif., has a daily mission to spread love and kindness throughout the neighborhood with the help of his small but loyal group of downtrodden followers.
aired 244 days ago
Jesus, living in present-day Compton, Calif., has a daily mission to spread love and kindness throughout the neighborhood with the help of his small but loyal group of downtrodden followers.
aired 245 days ago
Jesus joins Ms. Tudi in her latest money-making scheme, a mobile spa van charging for Holy foot massages.
aired 249 days ago
Vic misinterprets the gang's hustle as terrorist activity, and then gears up to wage a one-man war against them.
aired 250 days ago
Jesus and the gang take on the Church of Jesus Christ in Compton; they plan to teach its corrupt preacher a lesson.
aired 251 days ago
Jesus looks for a place to stay in Compton; he grows concerned when it appears Fish has returned to a life of crime.
aired 252 days ago
While Jesus is on the run, the gang is left to ponder what would Black Jesus do in their shoes.
aired 256 days ago
The gang throws an online benefit concert with Coolio to help save the garden.
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With Lloyd as a temporary manager, Vic allows the complex to fall into shambles; Ms. Tudi has a heart-to-heart with Vic.
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Trayvon's documentary film reveals greed, chaos, angry farmers, and a saboteur pouring bleach in the garden.
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Ms. Tudi is presented with a unique opportunity to make peace with Vic and the Concerned Citizens of Southwest Central Compton.
aired 263 days ago
Miracle green tomatoes grow in the garden.
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The gang agrees to help Boonie with a yard sale, but his ex shows up to wreak havoc.
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After being extorted by Mexican gangsters, Jesus and the gang are left with no money for fertilizer for their garden, so they must execute a manure heist at the Compton Boarding Stables.
aired 266 days ago
Vic vows to remove Jesus from the neighborhood; Jesus and the gang find the perfect lot for the garden, only to face instant extortion from local Mexican gangsters.
aired 270 days ago
When the gang talks Jesus into coming along on a drug buy financed by Boonie's mom, he gets detained by the police and questioned.

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