Glenn Howerton as Ernie Krinklesac
Cleveland Brown and Cleveland Jr. leave Quahog and take to the road. On their way to California, they stop in Cleveland's hometown of Stoolbend, VA, where he reunites with his old high school crush, Donna Tubbs. Cleveland, still in love with Donna, is determined to start a new life with her, even if Donna's kids aren't exactly angels.Read More
When Cleveland needs a new job, Tim hooks him up at Waterman Cable. However, when Cleveland becomes the top salesman, Tim is green with envy and wishes for bad things to happen to Cleveland.
But when Cleveland comes up on some bad luck and misfortune, Tim has a change of heart.Read More
Cleveland and Donna are excited to have the house to themselves when Cleveland Jr. and Roberta go on a school trip to Washington, D.C., but a disgruntled Rallo will do whatever it takes to keep Cleveland and Donna apart. Meanwhile Roberta's partying gets out of control and Cleveland Jr. comes to her rescue.Read More
After a nostalgic flashback to the glory days as his high school's baseball all-star, Cleveland visits his Alma Mater to find out there's no longer a team.
Principal Wally gives Cleveland one week to raise money to re-build the stadium before the season begins. Cleveland then steps in as head coach and dusts off his retired jersey in an attempt to convince Cleveland Jr. to play ball instead of joining the math clubRead More
Coach Cleveland comes to the rescue of frustrated parents by taking a group of delinquent teens under his wing. With the help of Cleveland Jr., he creates a new club dubbed "The Crazy Eights," and hopes that it will keep the kids on the straight and narrow. However, he is soon mixed up in bad business, and only the "Crazy Eights" can help him out.Read More
Holt admits to Cleveland that he wishes he had a special someone in his life. Determined to help his lonely friend, Cleveland introduces Holt to Jill (guest voice Fergie), a cat-loving redhead who ends up being more than a handful. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. and Rallo anticipate the “birth” of Rallo’s pet fish.Read More
Roberta and Rallo have a surprise for Lacey, Roberta’s wealthy rival. Meanwhile, Cleveland Junior learns responsibility while working at The Stool, but when he starts making changes to the guys’ hangout, a feud erupts between father and son.Read More
Cleveland and Donna go on an overdue honeymoon to New York City, however, Cleveland suggests bringing his friends from the Stool, much to Donna's chagrin, to help Coach McFall reunite with a woman from his past. Meanwhile, Roberta, Junior and Rallo stowaway on the trip.Read More
When Cleveland is diagnosed with high cholesterol, Donna puts him on a new high-fiber diet, which causes an intestinal backlash. It may stink up the place, but Cleveland quickly realizes his gas might score him a few points in the Broken Stool's karaoke contest. Meanwhile, Quagmire pays a visit to Stoolbend to deliver Cleveland some upsetting news.Read More
Cleveland finds out that Cleveland Jr. will inherit all of his ex-wife's belongings and that his parents, Cookie and Freight Train, plan to remarry. To add insult to injury, Freight Train dumps Cleveland as his best man in favor of Donna's ex-husband, Robert.Read More
"Cleveland Live!" is the second episode of the second season of the animated television series The Cleveland Show, airing on October 3, 2010 on Fox.
In this episode, Cleveland and Donna attempt to celebrate their anniversary, their unruly kids and disruptive friends, including Donna’s ex-husband, Robert, get in their way.
The episode is presented as though it were being performed live to air, and contains numerous glitches which are presented as genuine mistakes but which are, of course, entirely scripted.Read More
Cleveland Jr. and Kendra, ashamed of their appearance in a swimsuit, feel left out of the fun when the family spends an afternoon in the pool and petition to pass a bill to grant equal rights for those who are overweight. Disgruntled by their defeat in the polls, Junior and Kendra flee to Wisconsin, a land where they feel more free and accepted, and Cleveland and Lester vow to bring them back to where they belong.Read More
When Rallo's teacher forces him to spend the weekend at a retirement home to get to know the senior citizens during the holidays, he meets Murray, who teaches him about Hanukkah. In an attempt to rekindle Murray's holiday spirit, Rallo helps him escape, but when his new friend's health begins to suffer, Rallo has to bring Murray back to the home. Meanwhile, Cleveland trains for a boxing match against his bully of a father, Freight Train, which ends with some bumps and bruises.Read More
Donna, frustrated by her husband's laziness on the weekends, nags Cleveland to help her around the house and to do something more with his life. To prove to Donna he can be as charitable as her, Cleveland recruits his buddies from Quahog and Stoolbend to participate in the First Annual Charity Beer Walk. When Donna gets injured at the event, Cleveland has to take over the housework.Read More
"How Do You Solve a Problem Like Roberta?" is the eleventh episode of the second season of the American animated television sitcom The Cleveland Show. It aired on Fox in the United States on January 16, 2011. The episode had guest appearances by Wilmer Valderrama and cast members of the show Glee.
In this episode, After Cleveland criticizes her parenting skills, Donna lets him deal with Roberta by himself. This episode came in third with 5.5 million viewers beating American Dad! and Bob's Burgers.Read More
Cleveland and Donna celebrate Valentine’s Day with a trip to Los Angeles after scoring courtside seats to the all-star basketball game. Caught up in the excitement, Cleveland gets rowdy and talks smack to the players from the sideline throughout the game. The basketball champs, feeling hurt, seek revenge by paying a surprise visit to Stoolbend and putting Cleveland in his place.Read More
After Cleveland fights to save the town’s drive-in movie theater, his efforts to preserve the town’s history is noticed by the Stoolbend Preservation Society and he is invited to attend a private dinner party at the home of the great-great-grandson of the town’s founding father.
While at the event, Cleveland learns of the town’s legacy and decides to take back his beloved town.Read More
When Cleveland sees all of his childhood possessions around town, he learns that his parents, Freight Train and Cookie, have been selling his stuff to get money after being scammed out of their life savings. Together, Cleveland, Freight Train and their friends get together to bring down the con man who targeted their family. Meanwhile, Rallo gets a toy Mr. Microphone and tries his hand at being a commentator, announcer and stand-up comicRead More
When Lester invests in Cleveland's beer truck business and loses his life savings, he is so upset that he decides to take his own life - or does he? Meanwhile, Rallo is tired of getting his hair cut by his mom and opens his own barbershop in the kitchen.Read More
When Cleveland is reunited with his former high school classmate, "Fatty Patty," who is now skinny, beautiful and still has a crush on Cleveland, Donna becomes extremely jealous and wary of Patty's motives for wanting to be friends with Cleveland. Patty turns out to be a little crazy, and after she tries to steal Cleveland's "essence," Donna goes on the hunt to stop her.Read More
Cleveland and his friends prepare to enter Stoolbend's annual boat race as a team, but when Cleveland's celebrity idol moves to town, Cleveland makes it priority to befriend him. And when his new pal invites him to join his boating team, Cleveland is forced to make a difficult decision. Meanwhile, Roberta gets wrapped up in her dreams of being a superstar.Read More
When Rallo and his pals Bernard and Theodore perform in the school talent show, their rap about fiscal responsibility is not well-received by their classmates. Meanwhile, after Cleveland gets his own cable-access television show, the reviews are less than positive so he takes some tips from the most successful daytime talk shows that appeal to women.Read More