• It’s Goin’ Down – S03/E15

    • Welcome
      • Episode synopsis
        • HBOMax Synopsis: A terror attack near Woodcrest is imminent, and domestic terrorist Huey Freeman is the main suspect. With super-agent Jack Flowers on his tail and Ed and Rummy on the loose, can anyone save the day?
    Pre Show:
    • Moving
    • Portland
    • Thanks to Drake and Demond
    • Wine
    • School shootings
    • Trauma
    • Mental health
    • Seattle PD
    • Shoplifting
    • Omicron variant
    • Boosters
    • Dr. Oz
    • Celebrities running for office
    • Kathy Griffin
    • Reminder:  https://www.patreon.com/boondockspod
    • Huey quitting = Aaron fired?
    • Rush Limbaugh
    • Real Housewives of Compton
    • Us vs Them
    • Conspiracy theories
    • Politicians
    • Obama and Carter
    • McGruder
    • Being “cancelled”
    • Huey

    White People Question:

    • Have a “Stupid White People Question” you want to leave us?
    Post Show:
    • This episode parodies the FOX show, 24. Jack Flowers is a parody of Jack Bauer.
    • The Central Terrorist Agency is not only a parody of Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) from 24, but also a parody of the real-life agency Central Intelligence Agency or more commonly known as the CIA.
    • The ending of Omar Mohammed’s name “Ali Shahid Mohammed” is a possible reference to former ‘A Tribe Called Quest’ member, “Ali Shaheed Muhammad.”
    • When Ruckus stomps Dan the Security Man’s private parts, “Stomp Em In The Nuts” by Thugnificent, another character from the show, is played in the background.
    • Ruckus calls Jack Flowers, “the greatest white man since G.I. Joe”.
    • After the flashbacks of the deaths of Flowers’ girlfriends, the commander claims “What kind of deranged Wile E. Coyote shit is that?”. This is a reference to Wile E. Coyote (from Looney Tunes)’s attempts at destroying The Road Runner, a gag from the famous Warner Bros. shorts.
    • This is apparently Ed and Rummy’s final appearance in the series as they have not appeared in season 4.
    • Many fans consider this episode as the true finale of the series, due to Aaron McGruder leaving after season 3 and the overall bad reception of season 4.

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