'Pilot' or 'Trouble on Puppet Street'
Our ass-kickin-friend-of-the-community Black Dynamite takes on his childhood mentor and surrogate father: That Frog Kurtis, a Puppet TV educator turned super villain!
'Jackson Five Across Yo' Eyes' or 'Just Beat It'
When Cream Corn saves young Michael Jackson from an assassination attempt, the pint-sized pop star finds in Corn a new best friend. But as Black Dynamite soon discovers, Jacko is far from the cute bundle of talent the world adores: he's a merciless alien force who leaves his brothers and father Joe in constant fear of a bitch slapping! And when Cream Corn too has finally had enough, Dynamite and crew step in to slap the black off Mike's face, changing music and Michael forever.
'Bullhorn Nights' or 'Murder, She Throats'
It started as a mission to infiltrate the world of adult film in order to solve a case. But now Bullhorn may be in over his head... in bitches. Convinced he's found his true purpose (making bitches happy with his "Sweet Throat"), Bullhorn abandons crime fighting to become a celebrity porn star. It's up to Black Dynamite to extract his sidekick from the pornucopia of pleasure and convince him there's more important things in life than f**king on film.
'Taxes and Death' or 'Get Him to the Sunset Strip!'
With the IRS on his case for a reported $60K and tax day fast approaching, Black Dynamite and crew experience one of their most challenging missions to date when they are hired to escort drug-addled and emotionally unstable cultural icon Richard Pryor (Eddie Griffin) to the comedy performance of his career.
'The Race War' or 'Big Black Cannon, Balls Run!'
Black Dynamite's non-white arch nemesis, Fiendish Dr. Wu. has stolen an experimental supply of Menthol X-a super addictive mind-control additive-and sold it to the Notorious Big Tobacco Company! But even more sinister is his plan to covertly transport it across country in The Race War, a stock car race that pits all the world's races against one another to determine which race is the most superior one of all.
'Honky Kong' or 'White Apes Can't Hump'
If Calgon can't take Honey Bee away, a giant albino gorilla can! The grind of running the Whorephanage has finally taken its toll on Honey Bee. To cheer her up, Black Dynamite takes her to the circus where she finds a most unlikely admirer in the main attraction: a giant albino ape named Honky Kong! Inflamed, the beast kidnaps Bee and takes her to the top of Watts Towers, where neither the old-ass Tuskegee Airmen, nor Black Dynamite's trademark kung fu are enough to rescue her.
'Apocalypse, This!' or 'For the Pity of Fools' AKA 'Flashbacks are Forever'
Back in Vietnam, Black Dynamite's "brother from another mother," LAWRENCE TUREAUD was a force to be reckoned with. That is until the US pulled out and left the man for dead. Now it turns out he's alive and cannibalizing the locals-literally slow-roasting them with his own brand of BBQ sauce. BD and Crew agree to return to 'Nam to track down Tureaud and set him straight-before the US Special Forces do. Pity the fool who will try to stop them!
'Seed of Kurtis' AKA 'Father Is Just Another Word For Motherf***er'
The Reverend DADDY DYNAMITE (Clifton Powell) left Black Dynamite when he was just a little 8-year old boy. But now he's back in the Community preaching a new kind of revivalism, and BD... couldn't be happier? Despite protests from the Crew, BD opens up the doors of the Whorephanage to his father and the two enjoy catching up until Daddy D convinces his flock to donate all of their material possessions - to him! "Exploiting the Community's sins is just not Black Dynamite's style."
'Roots: The White Album' or 'The Blacker the Community the Deeper the Roots!'
When ROOTS hits the air and the Community finally sees just how bad slavery was, Al Sharpton whips everyone into a reparation frenzy and they storm Beverly Hills, enslaving every white honky cracker they can find! But BD sees that since you can't even keep white slaves alive without caviar and arugula, being slave masters is actually bringing the Community down. Is Black Dynamite actually going to fight for the White Man's freedom?
'The Wizard of Watts' or 'Oz Ain't Got S&@# On The Wiz'
Black Dynamite's one day off couldn't be more work: everyone needs his help AND a riot blows up. A brick to the head sends BD hallucinating into the Magical Land of Oz-Watts, a trippy technicolor world where… everyone needs his help! Between getting Scarecorn some game, Lionhorn a muzzle and the Tin Bee a set of balls, BD has to fight off the Wicked Bitch of the West Side and reach the Great and Powerful Mother#*?@#$%'s palace, or he'll never get home.