Cleveland Brown: I took Roberta's college money, I gambled it all away. Since then, I've been working nights at the casino cleaning up tic-tac-toe-playing chickens and slaughtering horse after horse to make the money back, but it's just not happening, Donna. I'm sorry.
Donna Tubbs: Sweet grass and succotash, sweet beans and din...
Kendra Krinklesac: [slaps Donna in the face] Get a hold of yourself.
Donna Tubbs: Thank you, but you do that again and I will smack the taste out your mouth.
Kendra Krinklesac: Not the taste.
Donna Tubbs: Cleveland, what is wrong with you?
Cleveland Brown: I've got the fever. Gambling fever. You know how to guard against the flu, they inject you with a little bit of the flu? Well, in much the same way the only cure for gambling fever is a little bit of gambling.
Donna Tubbs: Riverboat gambling! Cleveland, I've seen that ad and I do not want you going to a casino. Casinos ruined my Aunt Betty's life. That's because Uncle Reggie kept winning and winning and winning till he realized he didn't have to be married to a fat nag anymore, so he left her for a smoking-hot cocktail waitress with perfect breasts.
Cleveland Brown: Donna, what you consider a cautionary tale, to this listener promises a second chapter for a life that's had too few pleasures.