Original air date: 10/07/2012 Runtime: 21:37 min. Cleveland and the gang visit their rival high school in Goochland for the annual football game, but when Federline (guest voice Jamie Kennedy) destroys the car belonging to Cleveland’s arch-nemesis Chet Butler (guest voice Rob Riggle), they must find a way to escape their enemy’s home turf. Meanwhile, Donna dons a sexy Halloween costume that gets her in trouble with the cops, and Roberta and Cleveland Jr. play pranks around Stoolbend when they dress up as Donna and Cleveland.
Original air date: 11/04/2012 Runtime: 21:41 min. Cleveland confronts now super-famous rapper Kenny West (guest voice Kanye West) about not sharing credit for the megahit they created together, “Be-Cleve In Yourself.” He winds up discovering Kenny’s involvement in a secret hip-hop society with will.i.am, ?uestLove, Bruno Mars and Nicki Minaj (guest-voicing as themselves). Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. starts a polka band after being rejected by his school’s marching band.
Original air date: 11/18/2012 Runtime: 21:41 min. Holt has the blues over Thanksgiving because he wasn't invited to his family's holiday dinner, so Rallo invites him and his father (voice of Will Arnett) to dinner to get them to reconcile with each other. Meanwhile, Cleveland opens an airport bar. Rallo and Holt (voices of Mike Henry and Jason Sudeikis) perform an original song.
Original air date: 11/25/2012 Runtime: 21:37 min. Cleveland takes a reluctant Cleveland, Jr. to a turkey farm in order to teach him how to hunt the family’s Thanksgiving dinner. But Junior refuses to harm the innocent turkeys. So when Cleveland is accidentally shot, he and Junior embark on an elaborate mission to free all of the turkeys before Thanksgiving. Meanwhile, Rallo and Donna build a float for Stoolbend’s Thanksgiving Day parade, but Rallo takes matters into his own hands when Donna fails to embrace his artistic vision.
Original air date: 12/02/2012 Runtime: 21:37 min. When Donna reveals that she wants another baby, Cleveland realizes that the vasectomy he has had must remain a secret from her. When Donna finds out that Cleveland has been lying to her, she pretends that’s she’s pregnant to get back at him. Meanwhile, Rallo lands the lead role in a community production of the musical.
Original air date: 12/16/2012 Runtime: 21:37 min. Cleveland discovers that the food served at the local homeless shelter is much better than it is at home, so he pretends to be homeless to benefit from the meals. But when the community catches onto his ill-spirited scheme, they confront him and he must apologize to everyone. Meanwhile, chauvinistic store-owner Harris Grundle (guest voice Nick Offerman) hires Roberta as a Christmas elf but requires all of Santa’s female helpers to don sexy costumes. Later, Kendra saves Christmas for the children of Stoolbend.
Original air date: 01/13/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Cleveland is furious when Donna’s ex-husband, Robert, crashes Freight Train’s birthday party and upstages Cleveland’s gift for his dad. To make matters worse, Freight Train officially adopts Robert, and Cleveland must learn to get along with his new “brother.” Meanwhile, to pay off a bet they owe to Donna, Rallo and Junior become “dog bounty hunters,” tracking down lost pooches, returning them to their owners and collecting the rewards.
Original air date: 01/27/2013 Runtime: 21:36 min. The Brown-Tubbs family travels the world in a hilarious series of internationally-themed segments. First, the Stoolbend-based clan is in Italy where Cleveland must choose between Rallo and Jr. as his family’s successor in this mob-style parody. Then, in Mexico, Junior insists on having a Quinceañera, even though he’s a boy. Next, in Japan, Cleveland builds a robot to attend Junior’s eating competition when he can’t be there himself.
Original air date: 02/10/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Donna drags Cleveland to marriage counseling after he botches their wedding vows renewal, but the counselor makes it clear that Cleveland can swing the “treatments” in his favor – for a price. Meanwhile, Junior’s beloved refrigerator, “Perry,” breaks, but Rallo finds a way to give it a second life as a hotel-style mini-bar.
Original air date: 02/17/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Cleveland’s mom, Cookie runs away with George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars, after Freight Train misses their anniversary party. So, Freight Train and Cleveland go to find her. Meanwhile, Junior engages in an elaborate office fantasy during a visit to an office supply store.
Original air date: 03/03/2013 Runtime: 21:32 min. Cleveland takes an offer from his boss, Mr. Waterman, to quit his job with six months of severance pay, but struggles to find a way to tell Donna. Meanwhile, Rallo finds a handsome and charming man (guest star Kid Cudi) for Roberta (Reagan Gomez), after Federline forgets their anniversary, but Rallo is shocked to discover that the new guy is a strict disciplinarian when it comes to kids.
Original air date: 03/03/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Rallo thinks he’s a stud bowler when he keeps scoring strikes by using the gutter rails. But when his prowess goes to his head, Donna reveals to him the hard truth: little kids mostly suck at everything. Meanwhile, Cleveland, Lester, Holt and Terry decide that their friendship has become too predictable, and attempt to spice things up by taking a road trip to an abandoned amusement park.
Original air date: 03/10/2013 Runtime: 21:36 min. When Donna discovers a rat loose in the house, she immediately moves herself and the kids in with her mother, Dee Dee (guest voice Phylicia Rashad), leaving Cleveland home alone to hunt down the rodent. Cleveland takes advantage of having the house to himself and soon bonds with his new pet and best friend “Rat Lauer.” Meanwhile Rallo and Junior pretend they’re spies, but things get out of hand when Junior won’t reveal what’s in his secret briefcase.
Original air date: 03/17/2013 Runtime: 21:36 min. When Donna runs for the school board, she tries to keep an embarrassing Cleveland out of her campaign. But her efforts blow up in her face when he “kills” a new friend playing “The Hurt Locker” game. Meanwhile, Junior discovers that he’s an incredible diver, but is scared to death of putting on the school diving team’s uniform – a tiny Speedo.
Original air date: 03/17/2013 Runtime: 21:42 min. The Browns pack their bags and move to Los Angeles, where Cleveland pursues his life-long dream of becoming a major league baseball scout. But when he receives a cold welcome from star players Matt Kemp and Andre Either (guest-voicing as themselves) and he unsuccessfully recruits David Ortiz, Jimmy Rollins and Joey Votto (guest-voicing as themselves), he winds up longing for the simple life in Stoolbend. Meanwhile, Donna and the kids become obsessed with the glitzy L.A. lifestyle, and Cleveland befriends a struggling actress (guest voice Ritter) who helps him realize that Hollywood isn't as glamorous as it seems.
Original air date: 04/07/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. When Arianna The Bear (guest voice Arianna Huffington) is rude to Donna, Cleveland defends her honor by egging Arianna’s house. But when Cleveland starts seeking revenge on everyone in Stoolbend, things get out of hand and he’s accused of a murder he didn't commit. Meanwhile, in a murder mystery parody, Freight Train (guest voice Craig Robinson), Rallo and Junior try to exonerate Cleveland.
Original air date: 04/14/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Cleveland feels bad for Dr. Fist (guest voice Bryan Cranston) because he has no friends, so he decides to make him “one of the guys.” But Cleveland soon stumbles upon a potentially life-threatening secret about his new friend – he used to work for the mob. Meanwhile, Junior and Rallo open up a food truck at their school, but their moneymaking plans are thwarted when some serious competition arrives.
Original air date: 04/21/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Donna forces Rallo to sign up for Stoolbend’s version of the Boy Scouts, the “Freedom Squirts.” But Rallo warms up to the idea when he realizes that he can make some extra cash selling candy bars to benefit a non-existent youth orchestra. Meanwhile, Cleveland and Donna win a romantic hotel getaway in a raffle, but are forced to work off their bill when they charge too many “incidentals”.
Original air date: 04/28/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Rallo heads to East Stoolbend to stay at Robert’s (Corey Holcomb) apartment for the weekend. But when Robert abandons him for a trip to Baltimore, he’s forced to make friends with the tough neighborhood kids. Meanwhile, Cleveland and his friends discover the joys of hanging out at the beautiful, lush Stoolbend Cemetery.
Original air date: 05/12/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. When Rallo must chop off his beloved afro after a lice outbreak at school, Junior (Kevin Michael Richardson) takes him under his wing when his classmates make fun of him. Meanwhile, Freight Train (guest voice Craig Robinson) and Cookie (guest voice Frances Callier) leave Cleveland to house-sit for the weekend, but things go awry when all his friends come over.
Original air date: 05/12/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. Donna puts her foot down when Cleveland and his mom, Cookie (guest voice Frances Callier), are mistaken for husband and wife on a visit to a retirement community. Meanwhile, Rallo steals a candy bar from a park vendor, but tries to have Junior take the rap for the crime.
Original air date: 05/19/2013 Runtime: 21:37 min. After Freight Train (guest voice Craig Robinson) unexpectedly invites Cleveland to an upcoming lowrider convention, Dr. Fist (guest voice Bryan Cranston) reveals that Freight Train’s surprising amiability might be the result of dementia. Then, Cleveland and Donna become overwhelmed with the kids’ hectic schedules. Part 1 of 2.
Original air date: 05/19/2013 Runtime: 21:16 min. After Freight Train (guest voice Craig Robinson) unexpectedly invites Cleveland to an upcoming lowrider convention, Dr. Fist (guest voice Bryan Cranston) reveals that Freight Train’s surprising amiability might be the result of dementia. Then, Cleveland and Donna become overwhelmed with the kids’ hectic schedules. Part 2 of 2.