The Cleveland Show: Season 2 (2010 - 2011)

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Air date: Sep 26, 2010

Season 2 opener: Cleveland takes struggling rapper Kenny West (voice of Kanye West) under his wing, and the song they write ("Be-Cleave in Yourself") becomes a hit, making Kenny---but not Cleveland---a star.

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Air date: Oct 3, 2010

It's Cleveland and Roberta's anniversary, but their kids and friends (including Roberta's ex) keep disrupting their celebration. Included: a look behind the scenes at the production of the episode.

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Air date: Oct 10, 2010

Down in the dumps, Cleveland decides that a family trip to Africa would lift his spirits. The Browns end up in Hawaii, but Cleveland gets his groove back nonetheless. Guest voices include David Lynch (Gus) and Edward Asner (Old Man).

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Air date: Nov 7, 2010

Cleveland Jr. cannot go trick-or-treating because his father thinks he is too old; when Junior reinvents himself as a ''cool kid,'' he gets picked on and becomes unhappy with his new persona.

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Air date: Nov 14, 2010

Greedy coach Cleveland cheats in an attempt to win the state high-school baseball title after he loses his top pitcher.

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Air date: Nov 21, 2010

Cleveland Jr. and Kendra demand equal rights for overweight swimmers. When they don't get them, they flee to Wisconsin, where they find acceptance. Guest voices include Niecy Nash.

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Air date: Nov 28, 2010

Donna's bossy sister, Janet (voice of Niecy Nash), visits for Thanksgiving. Cleveland can't stand her, but Holt can: In fact, he and Janet fall in love and head for Las Vegas to elope. The Browns (with Janet's kids in tow) soon follow in hot pursuit.

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Air date: Dec 5, 2010

Rallo meets a senior citizen named Murray (voice of Carl Reiner), who teaches him about Hanukkah. Rallo returns the favor by helping him escape from the senior center where he lives. Meanwhile, Cleveland trains for a boxing match against his bullying dad, Freight Train.

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Air date: Dec 5, 2010

Cleveland organizes a charity Beer Walk among his friends at the Broken Stool after Donna complains about his laziness. Meanwhile, Rallo dresses up as slasher-movie characters to scare his friends.

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Air date: Jan 9, 2011

Rallo and Cleveland bond over the sport of sheep riding, rodeo -style. But two problems arise: Donna thinks it's dangerous, and Cleveland Jr. is jealous of his dad's relationship with Rallo.

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In Season 2 of this "Family Guy" spin-off, Cleveland (voiced by Mike Henry) and Donna (Sanaa Lathan) celebrate their first anniversary, only to be interrupted by everyone in Stoolbend, including Donna's ex. The titular character takes the family on trips to Hawaii (originally Africa) and Comic-Con; fights to save the Stoolbend drive-in; clashes with NBA stars who visit town; and launches a charity beer walk with his Broken Stool drinking buddies. Oldest child Roberta (Reagan Gomez-Preston) has dreams of stardom and at one point runs off with a boyfriend (Wilder Valderamma) in protest of her parents. Cleveland Jr. (Kevin Michael Richardson) takes a stand on equal rights for overweight swimmers and tries to be a "cool kid" on Halloween after reluctantly giving up trick-or-treating. In "Murray Christmas," 5-year-old Rallo (Henry) learns about Hanukkah from a senior citizen played by Carl Reiner. The advanced kindergartner also befriends a little person and performs with Bernard (will.i.am) and Theo (T-Pain) in a talent show, continuing a run of artist cameos that began with Kanye West's season-opening return as school rapper Kenny West.

Critic Reviews for The Cleveland Show Season 2

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (2)

It'll have a pretty good episode one week and a pretty bad the next, but it never has great or awful episodes.

Oct 11, 2018 | Rating: B | Full Review…

Rather than being a simple parody or a tornado of unfettered zaniness, Cleveland Brown is a genuinely mature mench who can't help but occasionally crack.

Oct 11, 2018 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Cleveland Show: Season 2

  • 5d ago
    Unlike season 1, season 2 is far more interesting and funnier. Not only are the jokes better, but the characters are also much more likable than the first. It is a season to be watched.
  • Jan 30, 2014
    Liked the show it was pretty funny but it is now cancelled

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