The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for April 22, 1999
Granddad: Family talk time, fellas. I know you've both been wondering why I moved us halfway across the country to Woodcrest. Well, boys. Your grandfather has survived nearly seventy years on this earth as a black man, and you know that ain't easy... I always dreamed of owning a house someplace beautiful like this. A nice, quiet place where I can retire and live the rest of my life away from the problems of the city. With really big oak trees in the yard and lakes nearby to go fishing in. I don't have to like any of these people here and they don't have to like me. Huey: Well, what about us Granddad? Granddad: You don't have to like me either. Now scoot - it's time for "Celebrity Deathmatch."