The Cleveland Show (2009–2013)
Characters from the series (Tim, Arianna, Rallo) appear as Star Wars characters
The Scouts give out awards just to stop young men from "sitting around bending their Beckhams".
Cleveland's last line in this episode is "Did I tell you I was getting a spin-off?"
Quagmire think he's getting his own spin-off only to notice Cleveland moving out.
The missile that was prevented from blowing up America falls on Cleveland's new house in Stoolbend, causing him to go through his famous bathtub gag. Tim the Bear makes a brief cameo and says, "I don't get it."
Seth and Alex attempt to promote the show.
Subject of a $15,000 question
Cleveland Brown makes a brief cameo.
The group visits Cleveland in Stoolbend VA.
Jay mentions that Seth MacFarlane created the show
Mentioned by Anthony Crispino on Weekend Update
Mentioned as one of Seth MacFarlane's future works.
Peter receives a recorded birthday card from Cleveland.
Conan O'Brien introduces actress Arianna Huffington and mentions this show
Cleveland agrees to limit himself to one Christmas gift a year just like everyone else.
Tim the Bear is Wicket and Rallo is Nien Nunb; Peter says that they'll remake the prequels when Meg asks about them
Conan O'Brien introduces producer and actor Seth MacFarlane and mentions this show
After winding up outside the space-time continuum, Brian and Stewie see a promo for "The Cleveland Show".
Tim appears as Wickett and Rallo appears as Nien Numb. At the end of the episode Peter thinks "The Cleveland Show" will do the "Star Wars" prequels.
Cleveland Brown appears at the end of a three-part crossover between "Family Guy" and "American Dad!" called "Night of the Hurricane" that begins on The Cleveland Show: The Hurricane (2011) and continues on Family Guy: Seahorse Seashell Party (2011). After the hurricane passes, Cleveland and Stan Smith pull out guns on each other and Peter Griffin pulls out guns on them.
a billboard for "Allen Gregory" is shown which depicts Rallo from the show
joke about Cleveland's show being cancelled
Peter's cell phone ring is the theme song for this show
An example of a spinoff in which the characters become cocky.
Title mentioned while introducing Seth MacFarlane
"That black version of our show"
Mentioned in dialogue
Discussed in the film
Referenced in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue
Peter mentions to Homer that they tried to let Cleveland fly on his own and he ended up crashing and burning.
a clip from the show is shown
Quagmire sings the opening theme