The Boondocks Podcast
The first (that we could find) podcast about The Boondocks.
Join us as we talk about the shows’ episodes, its impact, its message, relevance, ideology, the characters, and how much it still means since it first came out.
Meet The Hosts
About The Boondocks Podcast
Until July 2020, I (Dean – the producer) had never seen The Boondocks. I’d asked my wife, Tiara, if she’d watched it when it was out originally in 2005 and she’d said that she’d only watched a few episodes. I asked her if she would like to. She said “sure”.
So, being that the Covid-19 pandemic was still going on and we weren’t going anywhere, we logged into our HBOMax account and queued it up. What I saw was one of the most amazing pieces of art ever produced. I was fascinated at the anime style, the hip-hop music, and the political tones (both overt and subversive). I fell in love!
Being a podcaster I set out to find more from my podcast siblings about the show. I searched Google, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc…NOTHING!!! How could this be?!
I had to correct this immediately! Problem was…I’m white. I absolutely CANNOT host this show! Not my place at all. So, I put out tweets mentioning about the extreme lack of podcasts about The Boondocks and that my Black podcasting siblings must heed the call and that I would support them in any way possible. No movement. At first I was frustrated, but then I had an idea…I asked Tiara, “If I can find you another Black co-host or two, would you be interested in doing this podcast?” Her one word response: “Definitely!”
So, my friends, please enjoy The Boondocks Podcast!
It’s the season 3 finale of The Boondocks and The Queens are bringing in the heat even as the clock ticks down.
This week, Queens Lynxi and Tiara, with help from Producer Dean, deliver to you Uncle Ruckus: The Origin Story.
A pandemic? In Woodcrest?! Go on a drive(thru) with The Queens as they break down the symptoms of The Fried Chicken Flu.
Granddad finds love for cannabis which gets him in trouble. The Queens have thoughts about how things in the Freeman household would have been better if it was legal./p>
Granddad has found himself the perfect woman. The Queens break down the reasons he failed to keep her./p>