Overwhelmed by all the kids' extracurriculars, Cleveland and Donna create an activity wheel and look to their relations for help.
After Freight Train invites Cleveland to a lowrider convention, Dr. Fist reveals that his surprising amiability might be due to dementia.
Donna puts her foot down when Cleveland and his mom, Cookie, are mistaken for husband and wife on a visit to a retirement community.
After a lice outbreak at school, Rallo must chop off his beloved Afro. But Junior takes him under his wing when his classmates make fun of him.
Rallo heads to East Stoolbend to stay at Robert's for the weekend. But when Robert ducks out, Rallo's forced to make friends with the neighbors.
Donna forces a reluctant Rallo to sign up for Stoolbend's version of the Boy Scouts. But he changes his tune when he discovers he can make extra cash.
Cleveland feels bad for Dr. Fist because he doesn't have any friends, so he decides to make him "one of the guys.
When Arianna the Bear is rude to Donna, Cleveland defends her honor by egging Arianna's house and seeking revenge on everyone in Stoolbend.
The Browns pack their bags and move to Los Angeles, where Cleveland pursues his lifelong dream of becoming a major league baseball scout.
When Donna runs for a school board seat, she tries to keep Cleveland out of the campaign. But her efforts backfire when he "kills" a new friend.
When Donna discovers a rat in the house, she immediately moves herself and the kids in with her mother, leaving Cleveland to snuff out the vermin.
Donna manages Rallo's expectations when it comes to bowling while Cleveland, Lester, Holt and Terry take a road trip to an abandoned amusement park.
Cleveland takes an offer from his boss to quit his job with six months of severance pay, but he struggles to find a way to tell Donna.
Cleveland's mom, Cookie, runs away with George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars after Freight Train misses the couple's anniversary party.
Donna drags Cleveland to marriage counseling after he botches their wedding vow renewal. Meanwhile, Junior's beloved refrigerator breaks.
The Brown-Tubbs family travels the world -- from Italy to Mexico to Japan -- in a hilarious series of internationally-themed segments.
Part Four: Have a table read.
Rollo sprouts up five inches.
Cleveland does a live flashback aside to the 18th century.
The adventures of Cleveland Brown, a deli owner from the world of "Family Guy."
Cleveland and Donna sing a silly song they once sung in the past together.
The voice of Arianna is...Arianna.
Part Nine: Music scoring and mixing.
Ralo learns to bowl
Cleveland is caught drinking while out on a job.
Cleveland discovers why LeVar suddenly wants to spend more time with him.
Check out this green tip from Mike Henry of "The Cleveland Show."
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