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Ain't Nothin' But Mutton Bustin' 

Cleveland and Rallo share a bonding experience through "mutton bustin'," but Rallo soon runs away with his sheep when he learns about his sheep's ultimate fate.

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Donna Tubbs (voice)
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Roberta Tubbs (voice) (as Reagan Gomez)
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Holt Richter / Terry Kimple (voice)
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Tim the Bear (voice)
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Evelyn 'Cookie' Brown (voice)
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Robert Tubbs (voice)
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Arianna the Bear (voice)
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LeVar 'Freight Train' Brown (voice)
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When Cleveland and Rallo take Donna's advice and spend some more time together, they discover Rallo's talent for a rodeo-like sheep-riding sport called "mutton bustin'." But when Donna discovers how dangerous their new hobby can be, she orders them to stop, forcing Cleveland and Rallo to sneak around behind her back. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. gets jealous of Rallo and Cleveland's new relationship and tries to sabotage their time together. Written by Fox Publicity

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Animation | Comedy

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9 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Lester Krinklesac: [to Cleveland] Here's how you bond: have a secret you're both keeping from his mother. Like my dad did when he told me about his second family a couple counties over. I never felt closer to him. Plus, that's how I met Kendra.
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