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African-American Cleveland Brown, a longtime neighbor of Peter Griffin from the animated series â€œFamily Guyâ€ has a problem: his wife filed for divorce, selected house and left him a son. Cleveland decides to leave the town to start a new life in California, but the road calls in the old town, in which he grew up. Cleveland finds his school love and decides to stay here forever.
The Cleveland Show season 3 episodes list:
Cleveland's upset when Peter Griffin visits Stoolbend and doesn't look him up, so he decides to bond with other friends on a camping trip hosted by wrestler Ric Flair. It turns rowdy. Meanwhile, Donna wants to show that Rallo is as smart as the other kids in his class, so she forces him to enter a Quiz Bowl tournament.
When a hurricane hits Stoolbend, the Brown-Tubbs family tries to salvage what's left of their blown-away vacation. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. makes a surprising religious declaration. Part 1 of the three-part crossover "Night of the Hurricane" with Family Guy (10x02 = Pt.2) and American Dad! (8x02 = Pt.3).
You know it's Halloween in Stoolbend when Donna makes Cleveland and Rallo spend the night in a haunted house. Meanwhile Cleveland's new friend goes on a murderous rampage and Roberta is stuck in a love triangle between a vampire and a werewolf in the all-new Halloween ExtravaGhoulza.
Cleveland is embarrassed when he learns that Cleveland Jr. was the only student to attend school on “skip day.” Meanwhile, Rallo gets in a hit-and-run accident with Kendra and her scooter.
When Donna joins a women’s support group and starts to complain about how Cleveland treats her, Cleveland dresses up as a woman to infiltrate the group and show Donna how good her life really is. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. and Rallo join forces to stop the playground bully, Rodney.
When Rallo’s elderly best friend Murray gets a new girlfriend named Hazel (guest voice Kathryn Joosten), Rallo realizes that Hazel is after Murray’s money and tries to save him from making a costly mistake. Meanwhile, Donna tells Cleveland that he’s too fat and needs to lose weight, so she signs him up for the gym. But instead of working out, Cleveland takes a lazy short-cut to achieve results
To help pass time while posing in a holiday nativity scene, Cleveland tells his family his own version of one of his favorite holiday stories, “Die Hard”. In Cleveland’s version, when Waterman Cable Company is taken hostage on Christmas Eve by a group of terrorists, including Tim the Bear, Lester, Federline & Kendra, a barefoot Cleveland – wearing a tank-top much like the one Bruce Willis wore in the movie – must endure window-shattering shoot-outs and fist fights with his friends to save his wig-wearing wife, Donna, in a parody of the greatest holiday-themed blockbuster movie ever told.
When Junior starts dating a very attractive young lady, Cleveland gets green with envy and suspicious of her motives. When things start to get too serious between the two young lovers, Cleveland suspects that the young woman is using Junior to get a green card.
After getting into several cultural misunderstandings with his popular new Latina neighbor, Cleveland tries to make amends by showing her his knowledge of her culture but gets into a bind when he offers to babysit her son and then loses him.
Determined to claim the first place trophy at the annual "Dancing with the Stools" ballroom dance competition, Donna recruits Cleveland Jr. to be her partner. But their hopes of taking home the big prize miss a beat when Cleveland Jr. professes his love for Donna – just moments before their well-rehearsed routine. Meanwhile, Roberta babysits Rallo for a week, and learns that domestic responsibilities are not as easy as they seem.
Excited to spend quality father-stepson bonding time with Rallo, Cleveland takes Rallo to his very first magic show, where they get hired to be the opening act. Thanks to Rallo’s sharp wit in the role of the puppet, Cleveland and Rallo’s ventriloquist act becomes a hit. As their act gets rave reviews by fans and ventriloquist critic Graham Kensington (guest voice Bryan Cranston), Rallo grows tired of Cleveland taking all the credit for their success. Not one to be taken for a dummy, Rallo proves that he is the heart of their comedic act.
When Donna has a midlife crisis, Cleveland must come up with a clever way to sneak off with his buddies on a hunting trip without her finding out. But a hunting accident leaves Cleveland slightly deaf, and his scheme to agree to all of Donna’s ideas backfires when she makes a drastic life change and decides to go back to school.
Cleveland relies on energy supplements to keep himself awake in order to work overtime and earn enough vacation time to go on a Spring Break cruise with his family. But when his energy pill addiction forces him into rehab and his desperate attempt to escape to the cruise liner goes wrong, he finds himself held hostage by pirates threatening the safety of those aboard the ship, including his own family.
Rallo's viewing of Tim Gunn's reality show is interrupted when Cleveland decides to watch the college basketball tournament with Freight Train, but he quickly becomes frustrated when Freight Train enjoys spending quality bonding time with Cleveland Jr. instead. Once Cleveland learns the real reason behind Freight Train's cold attitude, he is determined to find a new father figure and goes head-to-head against his dad and Cleveland Jr. in the two-man golf tournament. Meanwhile, Rallo purchases a fancy sports car, but his speedy ride with his buddies takes a dangerous drive off-course.
Cleveland is labeled "The Whitest Man in America" after he wins a dance competition for the chance to attend a pop sensation's concert. Unable to shake off his new reputation, Cleveland is determined to understand his roots and where he came from. Everything starts to make sense when he is reunited with his former nanny Barbara, a high class woman with a taste for refined culture. But even though Cleveland's nanny influenced many of his interests growing up, Cleveland finally learns that happiness comes from being comfortable in your own skin.
Donna gets jealous of Cleveland getting too close to a female co-worker, then a music video made from his workplace shenanigans goes viral and attracts the attention of a big music producer. In the process, the producer get attracted to Donna, making Cleveland the jealous one.
One of Rallo’s pranks goes too far and gets Cleveland Jr. kicked out of the scouts. So Cleveland takes matters into his own hands, and threatens to send Rallo to juvenile detention.
While looking for a college for Roberta, Cleveland returns to his alma mater during Homecoming to relive the old days, but things don't go as he had planned when his former fraternity gives him the cold shoulder. Meanwhile Rallo helps Cleveland Junior sleep without his stuffed Tiger, Larry.
After Cleveland Junior falls for Vanessa (guest voice Fergie), a girl in the church choir, he volunteers for a church trip but gets called out by his friend Hunter (guest voice Criss). Meanwhile, Donna's ex-boyfriend returns home from Iraq only to discover she is married.
Cleveland Jr. loses respect for his father when Cleveland falls off the toilet and gets a concussion. Rallo is finally tall enough to ride his favorite roller coaster.
A sad Mother's Day looms for Donna because she's estranged from her own mom, whom she hasn't seen in years, so Cleveland hires an actress to play her. But then he runs into Donna's real mother and makes one last effort to reunite them.
Season 3 finale: Roberta gives Jr. a makeover, and his new look gives him the confidence to approach a girl he has fancied. She mistakes him for a female, but that's not the end of their relationship. Meanwhile, Cleveland gets into a snack-food fight.