"Attack of the Killer Kung-Fu Wolf Bitch" is the 6th episode of the 2nd season of The Boondocks, and the 21st episode overall. It originally aired on November 19, 2007.
After several unsuccessful attempts at online dating, Robert finally meets a beautiful young woman named Luna through MySpace. Luna seems nice and charming at first... but it soon turns out that's actually a crazy, deadly warrior on the verge of a mental breakdown. Can Granddad survive this encounter with a psycho girl?
- An Aesop: Don't invite strangers you met online into your home if you don't know them very well. Because they might be really crazy.
- And Show It to You: During dinnertime with the Freemans, Luna gives an anecdote about when she participated in a brutal martial arts tournament called the Kumite. She fought against a man who was much larger than her, beating the shit out of him before gleefully ripping out his heart with her bare hands.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Luna seems very nice and affable at first, but quickly reveals her Ax-Crazy violent tendencies over the course of the episode.
- Blatant Lies: Robert tries to trick Luna into leaving him by claiming that he has to attend the birthday party of his old friend, Fidel Castro. Luna believes Robert up until Nicole calls to tell her that she's been fooled.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Huey loses a fight to Luna, a skilled martial artist, very badly.
- Dating Service Disaster:
- The episode begins with a montage of Robert being on the receiving end of catfishing; he meets a series of women through a dating site, who always posted sexy profile photos... only for them to all turn out to be way more old and ugly in real life.
- Robert is later (seemingly) more successful when he meets Luna, who's really just as attractive as she claimed to be on MySpace; however, he didn't anticipate that her personality wouldn't be so good...
- Dark Action Girl: Luna. She was trained in the martial art of "White Lotus Kung Fu" by one of her ex-boyfriends, a Shaolin monk from China. She also claims to be the last surviving White Lotus master, implying that she killed all the rest of them (including her boyfriend).
- Domestic Abuse: Parodied for both laughs and drama. In the climax, Luna reveals her backstory of how she ran away from home as a young girl, due to having an Abusive Dad who slapped her mother around for petty reasons like undercooking his fried chicken. She then dated a series of men who were also physically, emotionally, and/or verbally abusive to her. Her first boyfriend, a mob boss from Hong Kong named Kenny Wu, even slapped her for the same reason that her dad hit her mom (serving chicken that was too cold).
- Driven to Suicide: Luna threatens to commit a Murder-Suicide by using a hand grenade to blow up herself along with Robert and Tom (who were both taken hostage by her). Fortunately, the situation is defused and Luna lets her captives go free, while she decides to take her life in a different direction... until Nicole calls her again and recommends that Luna should just go kill herself, at which point Luna finally gives up and detonates the grenade she was holding.
- Hair-Trigger Sound Effect: As a Running Gag throughout the episode, chop-sockey sound effects punctuate every mention of the word "Kumite".
- No Guy Wants an Amazon: Played with; it's not the fact that Luna is a highly skilled martial artist that bothers Robert, but it's how she's also a ruthless killer who bragged about ripping out someone's heart. Robert is justifiably scared of her, and so he decides to dump Luna, though not in an honest way (see Blatant Lies).
- Shocked Silence: The Freemans get this when Luna bragged about how she killed a man in a fight and laughed about it. They had frozen looks of shock on their faces until they quickly said they all had to go to the bathroom.
- Toxic Friend Influence: Luna receives very bad advice from her friend Nicole over the phone, and takes every single bit of it seriously; up to and including trying out Nicole's suggestion to kill Robert for lying to her, or committing suicide with a grenade.
- Woman Scorned:
- When Luna learns that Robert lied to her as an excuse to dump her, she's extremely pissed off and soon takes up Nicole's advice that she should punish Robert by kidnapping, torturing, and murdering him.
- Robert also tells Huey and Riley a (real life) anecdote that involved this trope, as a comparison to his situation with Luna. When Lionel Richie was sleeping around with a white mistress named Diane in a hotel room, his enraged wife Brenda barged in to attack both of them. Brenda punched Diane a few times, while throwing Lionel off the bed and repeatedly kicking his testicles.