Cleveland loses his job at Waterman Cable but doesn't tell Donna about his six months of severance pay. Meanwhile, Rallo convinces Roberta to dump Federline and find a black boyfriend.

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Cleveland Brown / Rallo Tubbs (voice)
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Donna Tubbs (voice)
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Cleveland Brown Jr. / Lester Krinklesac (voice)
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Cleveland loses his job at Waterman Cable but doesn't tell Donna about his six months of severance pay. Meanwhile, Rallo convinces Roberta to dump Federline and find a black boyfriend.

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The Cleveland Show Brownsized
4 March 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Cleveland is not in work as he takes six months off while being paid which leads to an end that had Cleveland faking to kill himself for a job. The Roberta boyfriend part of the episode just was not interesting seeing Rallo fight with the new guy which got him and Cleveland Jr. to try get Federline back with Roberta for their own reasons of the quite strict guy. The Cleveland part of the episode was very funny how he tried to enjoy himself while lying to everyone around him only getting all he wanted by the end including suing Donna, paying back the money and getting his job back.

EPISODE GRADE: B- (MVP: Mike Henry)


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