Everybody Hates Bed-Stuy
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Everybody Hates Bed-Stuy was the sixth episode of the third season of Everybody Hates Chris. It was the 50th episode overall. It premired on November 5, 2007.

SHORT SUMMARY: Chris makes up a story about a serial killer that causes a panic in the community after joining the writing staff for the school newspaper, as his skills as a writer don't go down well. Meanwhile, Rochelle campaigns for Lamar Johnson, a slick city councilman, much to Julius' dismay.

QUOTES:
Narrator: After my mother set me straight, I had to set the story straight.
Ms. Morello: You made it up?
Chris: Well, I'm sorry. I was just giving the people what they want.
Lisa: Oh, this is just great. All the real killers running around Bed-Stuy, and you had to make one up. That's just lazy. What else did you make up? Is your real name Chris? Are you even black? Who knows?

Narrator: Lisa hated my story, so I showed it to Ms. Morello, who loved anything black.
Ms. Morello: Lisa's right. This isn't good.
Chris: What's wrong with it?
Ms. Morello: Chris, there's nothing worse than racial stereotypes. We've seen this a thousand times. The tall, shirtless black man, his ebony pecs glistening with sweat from working in the fields, his furrowed brow filled with savage lust. Where was I?
Chris: I think you were talking about racial stereotypes.
Ms. Morello: Oh, right. I want to read about the real black men who walk the gritty streets of the hood. People like Superfly, The Mack, Black Belt Jones, Truck Turner and Blacula. Tell me the truth about the pimps and the hustlers, the violence… all set to a jazzy beat!
Narrator: Oh, there's a jazzy beat I want to give her, right upside the head!

Doc: I dated all the pretty women in Syracuse.
Narrator: Both of 'em.
Doc: Then I dated all the pretty women in Albany.
Narrator: Now we're up to three.
Doc: Then I dated all the pretty women in Pittsburgh.
Narrator: OK, we're back at two.

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