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When a Man (or a Freight Train) Loves His Cookie 

Cookie leaves Freight Train for P-Funk's George Clinton. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. pretends to take an office job so that he can have a desk.

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Donna Tubbs (voice)
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Cleveland Brown, Jr. / Lester Krinklesac / Reverend Jenkins (voice)
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Holt Richter (voice)
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Himself (voice)
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Mr. Oxnard (voice)
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Tim the Bear (voice)
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Cookie leaves Freight Train for P-Funk's George Clinton. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. pretends to take an office job so that he can have a desk.

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Animation | Comedy

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17 February 2013 (USA)  »

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WILHELM SCREAM: Heard when Tim the Bear mauls the P-Funk All-Stars in their bus. See more »

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Lester Krinklesac: Let me get this straight. Your dad is having relations with young ladies only a day after fake burying your mother who, let us not forget, is out with George Clinton getting funked six ways from Sunday?
Cleveland Brown: Yes.
Lester Krinklesac: Cleveland, you are white trash.
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References When a Man Loves a Woman (1994) See more »

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The Cleveland Show When a Man (or a Freight Train) Loves His Cookie
19 February 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Cleveland's parents in Evelyn and LeVar's marriage and how it was going through a rough patch. Cleveland really is like mother referenced so many times during the episode is actually true. The focus on Cookie and LaVar was nice but I have to admit the final song for Cookie's love back was just awful to listen to and I would have never taken him back. The other story of the episode was Junior becoming a real worker and how no one really noticed his age and he was left to his own to be a great worker for the company. That story had some funny stories which did make the episode watchable in the end.

EPISODE GRADE: C (MVP: Frances Callier)


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