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The Garden Party 

When tycoon Ed Wuncler invites the Freemans to his garden party, Huey hopes to shock his white wealthy neighbors with his brand of "the truth". But things don't go as he planned.

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Huey Freeman / Riley Freeman (voice)
... Robert 'Granddad' Freeman (voice)
... Civil Rights Protester (voice)
... Uncle Ruckus (voice)
... Rich Partygoers (voice)
Gabby Soleil ... Jazmine Dubois (credit only)
... Ed Wuncler (voice)
... Ed Wuncler III (voice) (as Charles Q. Murphy)
... Rich Partygoers (voice)
... Rich Partygoers (voice)
... Guard / Priest (voice)
... Young Granddad (voice)
Carl Jones ... Civil Rights Protester (voice)
... Civil Rights Protester (voice)
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When tycoon Ed Wuncler invites the Freemans to his garden party, Huey hopes to shock his white wealthy neighbors with his brand of "the truth". But things don't go as he planned.

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6 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

According to McGruder, the scene in which Ruckus is jealous of Granddad was inspired by the scene between Brian and Ben in Life of Brian (1979). See more »

Quotes

Huey Freeman: [at a party full of white people] Excuse me. Everyone, I have a brief announcement to make. Jesus was black, Ronald Reagan was the devil, and the government is lying about 9/11. Thank you for your time and good night.
[the white people riot]
Rich Woman: It can't be true!
[Granddad smacks Huey on the head; he was dreaming]
Huey Freeman: Ow!
Robert 'Granddad' Freeman: Mm-hmm. You were havin' that dream where you made the white people riot again, weren't you?
Huey Freeman: But I was tellin' the truth!
Robert 'Granddad' Freeman: How many times have I told you you bet' not even dream of tellin'...
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References Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968) See more »

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