Donna and the kids stay with her mom while Cleveland is supposed to kill a rat, but he makes it his pet instead. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. And Rallo pretend to be super spies.

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Donna Tubbs (voice)
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Holt Richter / Terry Kimple (credit only)
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Donna and the kids stay with her mom while Cleveland is supposed to kill a rat, but he makes it his pet instead. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. And Rallo pretend to be super spies.

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Cleveland Jr. is not really Cleveland's son. He is actually an operative for a faction of ex-CIA officials deemed "too extreme" for the Agency. Cleveland, a local idiot, was selected to unwittingly play "Junior's" father, so the real Cleveland Jr. had to be eliminated (garroted on the playground). See more »

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The Cleveland Show A Rodent Like This
11 March 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Donna reconnects with her long lost mother while Cleveland becomes friends with a rat only having to kill it in the end as it becomes rabid. On the other hand Rallo and Cleveland Jr. become spies after Rallo watched some James Bond and he tried to figure out what was in Cleveland Jr's. briefcase only to find out that Cleveland Jr. really is a spy who kills people which adds another whole layer to the episode if the writers stick with the plot and it turned out to be true the family was involved in being spies. The rat part of the episode had it's funny moments but overall it added to the averageness of the episode.

EPISODE GRADE: C+ (MVP: Mike Henry)


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