She enjoys rap music, especially Snoop Dogg. After she does not call Robert for 16 hours he becomes depressed and worried that she left him forever. He specifically recalled showing up late for a march because he forgot his raincoat, much to the indignation of his cohorts. It can also be seen when he fights Stinkmeaner alongside his family where, albeit slow, his blows seem to be worth blocking against kung-fu trained Stinkmeaner. He was also involved in a relationship with a hip-hop named Jessica Ethelberg, who later wrote a book revealing he was gay despite the fact that there were already countless obvious clues to the fact beforehand. Van Heusen voiced by — Mrs. After Granddad sheds a tear, he thanks Riley and takes a picture of the mural on his digital camera.
Riley soon resorts to and the problems related to her in Cindy's life to put her off her game, which leads to her crying and running off the court. Van Heusen is a right-wing elderly woman who is head of the local neighborhood watch, and Second Amendment Sisters. He reveals that while in Iraq, he defecated in his pants out of fear so many times that the smell compromised his unit's position; he was not allowed to go on patrol as a result. If you have any legal complaints please contact the appropriate media file hosters. Robert is mocked by his own grandson Riley, and the embarrassing event somehow gets a lot of media attention. His personality and physical appearance are strikingly similar to rapper especially his Slim Shady persona. Because of his experience raising a child Huey and Riley's father and then raising Huey and Riley he knows when to use a belt, how to use a belt, and whom to use a belt on.
It originally aired on November 27, 2005. Robert has been shown to be extremely prideful, impatient and intolerant. The Booty Warrior stalks Tom in his attempt to anally violate him, but loses when he steps on wet soap. For a while on the show he is the best martial artist whose skills greatly surpass Huey Freeman. Sarah and her daughter are fans, which makes Tom jealous.
Robert dated Ebony for a time and they fell in love which each other. He was obviously married at one point and had a son Huey and Riley's dad. The rules that Robert sets do not get to Riley which makes him not used to them and Riley is often the reason their house is destroyed from time to time, mainly because of how Riley starts fights with Huey and leaves his brother no choice but to use force to stop him from getting out of control which causes damage to the house. Number of permitted concurrent streams will vary based on the terms of your subscription. Still very angry, Robert challenges Stinkmeaner to a rematch. But by the time Huey realizes Stinkmeaner is a regular old man, having had the match legally sanctioned prior at the last second to ensure no prosecution, the fight ended with Robert unintentionally killing Stinkmeaner. Robert treats Riley harshly because of the way Riley disobeys Robert's authority and how he disrespects him as well as get in trouble in the neighborhood.
While he is shown to be slow and a bit of a buffoon Believing that are made from , he is also shown to be more thoughtful, generous and loyal than most characters on the show. His name draws on the character , the fabled raconteur from African-American folktales like. Von Hueson, after Robert kicked him out of the house. He also played basketball in college. He treats Huey and Riley differently, with Riley even though he physically punishes him from time to time he listens to him more as he and Riley are alike when it comes to wanting things, getting money or when being manipulative. Despite his stereotypical gangsta attitude, he is shown to be quite articulate in his speech at times slightly similar to his voice actor , and is a man of few words. He also uses his cane to fight, also similar to the fighting style of tonfa.
Robert and Ruckus are shown often playing checkers in the park, talking about social issues, women, and black and white dynamics where Robert will often defend the African-American community. It is not proven as to whether or not he is a real agent or simply a figment of Huey's imagination due to his ever-increasing paranoia; given the fact that he appears and disappears so easily and no one else has yet to see him. Thugnificent hails from the fictional town of Terra-Belle,. Although Leonard was treated as a second-class member of the Lethal Interjection Crew—mostly due to his penchant for being socially awkward—he is the only member of the crew to stick with Thugnificent when he lost all of his money. Petto's confusion on the words are exclusively based on Dawson. He is also removed from 's kill list and also received a free , as shown in the epilogue notice.
During most episodes, Huey takes on the role of narrator, and it is often only through his narration that his thoughts and emotions are revealed. He also seems to possess an unusually large amount of strength and stamina, as seen when he fights his brother Huey, who is a very high degree martial artist and swordsman. Ed's includes a large in the shape of the letter W, and he frequently wears a. Although in Robert's dream about Stinkmeaner he threw her down the stairs with no regard and during the fried chicken flu he did not hesitate to reject her coming into the house. Riley gets in trouble a lot and Huey always has his eye on some bigger picture. Meanwhile, Riley revives an old grudge with.
This hints that when Robert was younger he was a trouble maker like Riley as his sister Cookie was the responsible sibling like Huey was. She is a strong believer in , viewing him as the true meaning of to the point where she dreams of preaching the gospel of Santa to the masses. But this is subverted; it turns out that Stinkmeaner was just lucky enough to trip Robert with his cane and smack him once. Huey mentions that Tom's job as a prosecutor sends other Black men to the very fate he most fears. Even though he is shown to be more intelligent than his best friend, he shares the same homicidal tendencies. Ironically, he is the show's darkest-skinned character. Granddad: You hit my car! But he also finds it extremely difficult to have any form of respect for him, given Robert's antics and how he can be selfish, prideful and arrogant.