When Robert “Granddad” Freeman becomes legal guardian to his two grandsons, he moves from the tough south side of Chicago to the upscale neighborhood of Woodcrest (a.k.a. "The Boondocks") so he can enjoy his golden years in safety and comfort. But with Huey, a 10-year-old leftist revolutionary, and his eight-year-old misfit brother, Riley, suburbia is about to be shaken up.
Pretty Boy Flizzy is arrested for armed robbery while in town, and Tom agrees to be his lawyer.
Eddie Wuncler has unique ideas about how Granddad can repay the millions he owes on his house.
The Freemans sell an explosive hair product and contend with the black market of the hair-care industry.
Granddad is hired by pimps to escort lonely women at a nursing home.
A young Granddad is held as an unwilling freedom rider on a trip through the racist South.
Granddad begins dating a long-lost Kardashian sister and winds up on a reality show.
The Freemans get trapped in a slavery theme park.
Grandpa's personal assistant program on his phone becomes obsessed with him.
Stinkmeaner becomes a celebrity after a video of his fight with Granddad goes viral.
Riley's homophobic slur ends him in hot water with gay rights groups.