The citcom "The Boondocks" portrays satire in the forms of sarcasm, parodies, and more common within the show, exaggeration. The Boondocks contains every stereotypical character that's ever existed within the african american community, starting from Uncle Tom, which in this citcom has been renamed "Uncle Rukus" because of his loud mouth, and excessive ignorant and unbelivably ignorant comments, expanding to the Brute Character, whose name is Riley. The exaggeration of races, events, and razor sharp exposure of subjects once categorized as sensitive, have gained notariety, and responses, both negative and positive, from Bill Cosby, Oprah Winfrey, and Al Sharpton, who have all been featured in the show at one time or another. The portrayal of people within the media who are usually accredited for their storng minds, or lack there of, are extremely exaggerated, which provide the audience with an ironic and different view, of someone who is usually loved and, well spoken of, into, the truth. In Season 1, episode 6, Gangstalicious is introduced as a Gangsta rapper, who's endured a rough life, and engages in violence, and activity described as riskier, is discovered later in the show, as gay. The thought of such a masculine figure within the music industry, revealing a truth of engagement with homosexuality, is a thought that was once, among us, as the consumers of their products, listeners of their music, and beliefs of their initial portrayal, as brutal, robust, and overall "Gangsters." But, the revelation of R&B singer, and member of OFWGKTA, Frank Ocean's bisexuality, as exhibited just how true, although satirical, the citcom the boondocks really turns out to be.