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. Written by
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During the "Participation Show," Rallo and his friends do a rap about saving money, which bombs. Rallo tells his friend Theodore that they should have gotten help from Theodore's uncle T-Pain. T-Pain, an actual rapper, voices Theodore. See more
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