"Let's Nab Oprah" is the 11th episode of the 1st season of The Boondocks. It originally aired on February 12, 2006.
Riley conspires with Ed III and Gin Rummy to kidnap talk show host and media mogul Oprah Winfrey for ransom. Meanwhile, Huey tries to stop Riley's evil scheme. But all of them will first have to go through Oprah's bodyguard, the karate master Bushido Brown.
- Bank Robbery: Ed and Rummy do a bank heist with Riley's assistance at the beginning.
- Carnival of Killers: Gin Rummy tells the tale of Bushido Brown fending off a gang of henchmen hired by the Texas beef industry to take out Oprah Winfrey, including pastiches of Walker, Texas Ranger and Billy Jack.
- Cassandra Truth: When Huey arrives to stop Riley, Ed, and Rummy, he encounters Bushido Brown. Huey tries to warn him about the Oprah kidnapping plot to no avail, and during the confusion, Huey gets into a fight with Bushido.
- Continuity Nod: Huey emphasizes his reasons against Riley hanging out with Ed and Rummy to Granddad, by reminding him of the mini-mart robbery from "A Date with the Health Inspector".
- Failed a Spot Check: Ed and Rummy take this to truly impressive levels while trying to kidnap Oprah:
- Medium Awareness: This quote:Bushido Brown: (to Huey) Man... you come straight out of a comic strip!
- Police are Useless: Because they're on the Wunclers' payroll. A cop even visits Ed III to return something he left behind from the bank robbery.
- Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: It's outright stated that Ed and Rummy get away with their crimes, only because Ed's grandfather owns the police.
- Special Guest: Charlie Murphy as Ed Wuncler III, and Samuel L. Jackson as Gin Rummy.
- Toxic Friend Influence: Huey opposes Riley's friendship with Ed and Rummy because they're criminals, and Riley likes them for that reason.