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A Date with the Booty Warrior 

Having conquered his fear of prison rape, Tom volunteers to lead Huey, Riley, and some classmates on a trip to jail as part of a Scared Stiff program. But when a riot breaks out, Tom has to... See full summary »

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... Huey Freeman / Riley Freeman (voice)
... Robert 'Granddad' Freeman (voice)
... Tom Dubois (voice)
... Uncle Ruckus / Reporter (voice)
... Sarah Dubois / 911 Dispatchers (voice)
Gabby Soleil ... Jazmine Dubois (credit only)
... Counseling Group Leader (voice)
... 2nd Prisoner (voice) (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)
Kevontay Jackson ... Tossed Salad Man (voice)
Carl Jones ... The Booty Warrior / Prisoner (voice)
... The Principal / Warden (voice)
... Chris Hansen (voice)
... 1st Prisoner (voice)
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Having conquered his fear of prison rape, Tom volunteers to lead Huey, Riley, and some classmates on a trip to jail as part of a Scared Stiff program. But when a riot breaks out, Tom has to get the kids, and his delicate backside, out of jail in one piece. Written by Wikipedia

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27 June 2010 (USA)  »

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"The Booty Warrior" is based on Fleece Johnson, a prisoner who appeared on the documentary series Lockup (2005). The "Tossed Salad Man" is a reference to a prisoner who appeared in the documentary Prisoners of the War on Drugs (1996) and was famously parodied in Chris Rock: Bring the Pain (1996). See more »

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1st Prisoner: You know about that?
Huey Freeman: Yes.
1st Prisoner: Oh, you know about that? Tell me what you know about that! Tell me what you think about that!
Huey Freeman: The prison-industrial complex is a system situated at the intersection of government and private interests. It uses prisons as a solution to social, political, and economic problems. It includes human rights violations, the death penalty, slave labor, policing, courts, the media, political prisoners, and the elimination of dissent.
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References The Warriors (1979) See more »

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