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Although Jazmine DuBois and Huey see each other outside sometimes, Huey often Wuncler retains a friendly relationship with the Freeman family, despite Huey .. released on YouTube before the episode aired as a form of viral marketing. Jun 26, Huey absolutely abhorred the instances in which she would bombard him with this stupid question. He laid on his "Jazmine, go home to your parents if you want to be called pretty." .. Even an implied relationship/crush reference would' ve made me happy. . "I think I got you to like the farmer's market. Aug 20, On the first day of school in "The Boondocks," Huey R. Freeman, a scowling, pint- size Amy Lago, executive editor for comic art at United Media, says it's a conservative market. he wanted the strip to be mostly about the relationship among the black characters. Take Huey and Jazmine, McGruder says.
As of the third season of the series, the only support he has explicitly given to this theory is that many individuals of African descent lived in the Middle East during the time of Christ, which further broadens his apparent sphere of knowledge.
Huey is shown to admire several historical figures. As mentioned before, Huey is named after Huey P. Newtonthe co-founder of the Black Panthers.
While Huey is always portrayed as being a left-wing radical, his specific political ideologies are more logical and less radical than other characters portray them as. On several occasions, such as " The Block is Hot ," he has demonstrated a following of revolutionary socialism. This is also backed up because Huey has posters of revolutionary socialists in his room. A belief in anarchism is also plausible, as several of his statements have paid respect to it, however this is not confirmed.
In " Or Die Trying However, a moderate belief in Black nationalism is common, since a desire for a greater unity between the black people of America is a recurring theme. Huey has also quoted Karl Marxsuggesting an understanding of communism. In " The Real " Huey claims to be the founder of 23 radical leftist organizations, including the Black Revolutionary Organization or B. In terms of public opinion, the national media within the Boondocks' universe often labels Huey as a " domestic terrorist " throughout various newscasts seen during the third season.
The only deep insight in Huey's spiritual beliefs is when he believed an innocent man on death row, whose release Huey had worked for, was about to be executed " The Passion of Reverend Ruckus ". Alone in a field, Huey dropped to his knees and sobbed as he offered up prayers to God ; almost simultaneously, a bizarre chain of events led to the man's sentence being postponed or commuted by the governor.
Upon learning of this, Huey says: Maybe there are forces in the universe we don't understand. But I still believe we make our own miracles. Being both disillusioned as well as possessing an extremely logical view of the world, Huey is rarely seen smiling in the episodes. He is either in a neutral expression or is seen frowning or shrugging. In season one, Huey was seen smiling when he defeats his brother Riley and in " The Passion of Reverend Ruckus " when he asks Jazmine to come with him to prison though the smile is quickly replaced with anger toward Jazmine and twice in " The Block is Hot " when he set up his soap box and when he watched Jazmine speak with Ed Wuncler Sr.
In season two, he is seen smiling three times. The second and third is in episode "Ballin'" when Riley finally insults the opposing team's star player enough to make her cry.
After scoring multiple baskets, Huey is seen smiling at his brother along with Granddad. He is also seen smiling during the timeout that Tom called to congratulate the team on their playing.
Other than four instances, Huey has never been caught smiling. This isn't to say that Huey lacks a softer side, as he will take steps to help and protect those he considers friends or family ex. It is heavily implied that Huey is a vegetarian. He is rarely seen eating, but is never seen eating meat, and is shown to enjoy veggie burgers. In The Itis, it is revealed that he does not eat pork. His dietary beliefs are shown to be influenced by Elijah Muhammad's How to Eat to Livewhich recommends vegetarianism and forbids pork.
Huey is shown to disagree with the popular beliefs of Christmas. As Christmas has roots in a Pagan holiday, he has suggested Jesus Christ probably hates people for celebrating it.
He frequently displays agnostic-atheistic leanings. Relationships analysis Riley Freeman Riley is Huey's younger brother, and regularly represents everything Huey loathes and generally disapproves of.
Huey is politically minded and critical while Riley remains uninterested, showing great affection for many things including gangsta rap, violence, and "bling," that Huey finds to be culturally poisonous.
Despite their constant fighting and his disagreement with Riley's beliefs, Huey cares very much for his brother as he usually tries to steer him in the right direction, acts which Riley initially ignores, but results in Riley facing the consequences of his actions later on.
They also get into furious battles which Huey always wins, as his disciplined use of martial arts beats Riley's unskilled street fighting style. Robert Jebediah Freeman Robert Freeman is the paternal grandfather and legal guardian of Huey and Riley Freeman, who often disagrees with many of Huey's political ideas.
While in the comic strip, Huey and his grandfather have a much more affable relationship, in the seriesthey are almost constantly at odds, in part due to his constant favoritism shown to Riley, who supports his grandfather's various crazy schemes. Huey seems to offer Granddad advice in certain situations, such as during " Granddad's Fight ", "The S-Word", and " The Story of Thugnificent ," attempts that almost always fall flat.
Huey often tries to dissuade Robert from his get rich quick schemes and under handed tendencies without much success. Jazmine DuBois Although Jazmine DuBois and Huey see each other outside sometimes, Huey often treats Jazmine poorly due to his disdain for her trusting personality and apolitical views. Although Huey initially appears to be derisive of her beliefs, his opinion of her improves, and by the end of season 3, she is likely one of his few friends.
In the nationwide pandemic during " The Fried Chicken Flu ," she is the fourth only other person he allows to stay at his home in addition to Granddad and Riley. In the episode, " The Block Is Hot ," Huey campaigns for her release from her quasi-child-labor contract and gives her his scarf at the end of the episode when she is cold.
For her part, Jazmine appears to appreciate Huey's characteristics, claiming that he is "not like everyone else" " Fried Chicken Flu ". She is also one of the second person who appear to actually listen to Huey, and was the second one that read the manual he provided during the fried chicken epidemic.
Tom, being a strait-laced liberal Democratic assistant district attorneyis part of the structure that Huey views as inhibitive and self-destructive. He also dislikes Tom because he encourages his daughter to conform to a more European look rather than emphasizing the beauty of her African features, as shown when Tom mentions that he's tried everything to make Jazmine's hair more straight.
Despite Huey's disagreements with Tom, the two are shown generally to be on good terms as he often acknowledges Huey's intellect and maturity to the extent that he will often turn to Huey for advice on subjects ranging from help with his marriage, politics, and his career as a prosecutor with Huey supporting Tom's prosecution of R. Big strawberry blond curly hair with matching big green eyes and caramel coloured skin.
Top with the sweet voice he knows this woman and haven't seen her in seven years. They stood there staring at each other in shock. Linda didn't know what would happen between these two. Did they date and it ended badly? Or did they not like each other? Everyone snapped out of their trances and hurried into the living room as two young children were fighting. Jazmine's eyes widen when she stared at a mini Huey. But so did Huey when the young girl was almost the exactly like Jazmine.
The blond hair she had was a little darker but still had that massive curls.huey and jazmine
Her eyes were a violet colour instead of the emerald colour Jazmine has. But they had the same skin tone, the same smile and the same big eyes.
They left the house to get something to eat after telling the shock looking Linda they will think about it. As shock as they were in seeing each other after all of this time, it felt like this was suppose to happen. Huey came back after Granddad died and never looked back.
Jazmine stayed behind to be with her parents. But he didn't know why Jazmine was here in Chicago. They sat in a local diner in a booth but either was sure what to say to one another.
Their kids were well behave as they ate their meals. I'm trying to understand," he said. I want to just raise my daughter the best way I can. She isn't here," Huey said. Huey sighs, how was she able to do that. Make him feel guilty and he had no idea why. I didn't want to raise Rosa in fear so I am looking for a safer environment," she said, "and what about you? It's hard to find a place now a days," she said as she watched her daughter coloured something on her place mat. I hope that I can find something soon.
Jazmine nods her head in understanding. They sat in silences again and watch the kids interact with each other. Malcolm was defiantly Huey's son. He was standoffish but he had a thirst for knowledge while Jazmine's daughter was sweet and caring just like her mother.
Because if I remember correctly, you wanted to be a vetrinarian," he said. When I got pregnant I wanted to do something else so I can be around her more often.
And help cooked and clean his granddad's house. Helping the kids out in the neighbourhood… "And someone watches her as you work?
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Maybe just maybe this could work. Brown and babysitting Malcolm isn't always easy," he said. I can't do it all at the same time. But let's say that I lived with someone else who could help me with that. I know that Malcolm will be taken care of and you and Rosa have a safe place to live. I trust you with my son.
There are three bedrooms in the house and has two baths.
If I can get it a bit cheaper than I don't see a problem living together for the sake of our children. Well he couldn't lie because she was a beautiful woman. But he didn't want to date anyone right at the moment or have those kinds of thoughts on his friend. Jazmine sat silent as if she was processing everything on what he said.
He could see her thinking about it. It made sense for the both of them because they both want the same thing, protecting their children. Huey almost had to smile, she got it and she was in. They sure hope they know what they were doing as they pulled their kids away from each other. Huey and Jazmine walked out with their children in their arms after the mess from the diner.
Either were pleased with how they were behaving but the solution was still better than living in a rat and bug infested apartment. The open house was starting to come to a close as they hurried in as the cold was getting to the kids. Malcolm gave a smile but wasn't happy when Huey did the same thing. Linda sat there with a older looking woman drinking tea.
Wyatt, I don't think anyone will take the place," Linda said, "you need to get some updates on this place if you are interested in renting. Than you would have more people interested. Wyatt said, "this house belong to my husband, god rest his soul.
And I will not let someone own this house because - Oh hello. Wyatt said, giving them a place to sit while Linda was looking nervous.
This is so exciting! A lovely couple are interested in my house! All of them looked at her. They seem like a couple to her. If they do get together than they would make a lovely one in her eyes. She nodded her head and left the kitchen. They weren't arguing anymore so that was a good sign. But they were both clearly unhappy with their punishment.
Malcolm did as he was told. He sat beside Huey and stay quiet. She nodded her head and sat down where her mother would sit. Oh I'm sorry I'm Rita Wyatt," she said holding out her hand. Rosa cuddled up to her mother as Malcolm watched them interact. Rita eyed Huey because he seemed familiar to her.
Poor man, died way too young with that pretty little wife and left in the care of their granddad. It did sound like him. He wasn't expecting that. Oh he was a good man, smart too. His wife Desiree was the sweetest little thing.
She kind of reminded me of you. It wasn't a bad thing but at the same time it did freak her out a bit. Oh they were beautiful and the boys they had?
Couldn't have been more of a gift from god. Jazmine blushes, "Yes that's where we met. Not seeing where this is going. I don't have the money to put into the house or I would do the repairs myself.
This place is important to me but I cannot live on my own anymore. So I set it high so I would be able to do the repairs. But if you are able to do them than I see no issues with lowering the rent. There is no way you can lower them. Good honest people and I know that they also gave that to their boys. The both of you are the only ones that came back. I need the help and I agree to our agreement. If you want it. Malcolm was doing the same thing. He would have walked with her but his stop was on the other side and he wanted to get back as soon as possible.
He headed towards his stop at the subway platform as soon as Jazmine was out of sight. Huey didn't know how this day could have gotten any stranger. First he saw Jazmine after seven years of not having any contact with her. Than deciding that they should live together because of a house. Than meeting a woman who knew his parents and owns the house he was soon to be living in with his son, Jazmine and her daughter Rosa.
He didn't know what was more crazier.
Jazmine, the house or Rita?