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Cantankerous Robert "Granddad" Freeman is the legal guardian of his grandsons, 10-year-old revolutionary Huey and 8-year-old Riley, a product of contemporary rap culture. After moving the family from Chicago's South Side to the safety of suburban Woodcrest -- aka the boondocks -- Granddad hopes to ignore the grandkids and enjoy his golden years in peace. But the kids have different plans, torturing each other and provoking others in the neighborhood. No matter how wild they get, Huey and Riley are no match for the eccentric elderly man.

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The Freemans summon help when the ghost of Colonel Stinkmeaner possesses Tom and returns to terrorize Granddad and the boys.
aired 1 day ago
Riley refuses to snitch on the vandals who have taken Granddad's car Dorothy.
aired 2 days ago
Tom turns to a pimp named Slickback to help rescue his relationship.
aired 3 days ago
Granddad, Huey, Riley and Jazmine sneak into the movies to see "Soul Plane 2: The Blackjacking."
airs in 13 days
In spite of Riley's objections, Granddad retells the story of the boys' great-great-great-great granddad.
aired 7 days ago
Ruckus spreads the word of White Jesus; Huey tries to save his friend from death row.
aired 8 days ago
Jazmine sells her lemonade stand to a corporate tycoon.
aired 9 days ago
Granddad and Huey must learn to leave the past behind.
aired 10 days ago
Riley's affinity for graffiti goes too far when neighbors wake up to giant murals on their homes.
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Granddad and the Rev. Rolo Goodlove want to cash in after Riley's teacher uses the "n-word" in the heat of a classroom argument.
aired 14 days ago
Huey must stop Riley and a group of misfits from kidnapping Oprah.
aired 15 days ago
Granddad opens a soul food restaurant.
aired 16 days ago
Martin Luther King, Jr. comes out of a coma in the post-September 11th era.
aired 17 days ago
Riley tries to get into reality television; Huey is shadowed.
airs in 11 days
The boys' constant fighting has Granddad in need of a vacation to get away from it all, so Huey takes control of the house.
aired 21 days ago
District Attorney Tom Dubois fits a killer's description and is arrested.
aired 22 days ago
Humiliated by being beaten by an elderly blind man, Granddad wants to set the record straight and tries to set up a rematch.
aired 23 days ago
Riley and Huey work together to convince Granddad that his new girlfriend is not what she seems. Granddad refuses to believe them even after she spends all of his money.
aired 24 days ago
Granddad's fear that Huey and Riley will embarrass him reaches paranoid heights.
airs in 10 days
Granddad's cousin and his family, who were displaced by Hurricane Katrina, arrive at the Freeman's home looking for a place to stay.
aired 28 days ago
Terrorist Huey Freeman is the main suspect in an imminent attack near Woodcrest.

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