The bizarre adventures of Cleveland Brown and his family.
Cleveland and the gang head to their rival high school for an annual football game; Donna's sexy Halloween costume lands her in trouble with the police.
Cleveland confronts Kenny West about not sharing credit on the hit song they created together and discovers a secret hip-hop society; Cleveland Jr. starts a polka band.
Holt uses Rallo to pick up women; Cleveland opens a pub at the airport; Holt and his father must help drunken Cleveland land the plane he is flying.
Cleveland takes Junior to a turkey farm to kill Thanksgiving dinner, but instead, they try to free the birds; Rallo and Donna build a parade float.
When Donna decides she wants another baby, Cleveland realizes he must keep his vasectomy a secret; Rallo gets the lead role in a community production of "Annie."
Cleveland pretends to be homeless when he discovers that the food served at a local shelter is better than it is at home; Roberta is hired to be a Christmas elf in a store owned by a man who makes Santa's helpers wear sexy outfits.
When Donna's ex-husband crashes Freight Train's birthday party, Freight Train decides to adopt him; Rallo and Junior track down lost dogs to collect the rewards.
In a mob-style parody in Italy, Cleveland must pick Rallo or Cleveland Jr. as his successor; Cleveland Jr. insists on having a Quinceañera in Mexico; Cleveland builds a robot.
Donna makes Cleveland go to marriage counseling after he messes up their wedding vow renewal; Junior's refrigerator breaks.
Cleveland's mom, Cookie, runs away with George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars; Cleveland Jr. engages in an elaborate fantasy at an office-supply store.
Cleveland struggles to tell Donna that he took a severance offer and quit his job; Rallo finds a new man for Roberta.
When Rallo starts getting a big head over his bowling prowess, Donna tells him little kids don't have skills; Cleveland, Lester, Holt and Terry try to spice up their friendship.
When Donna finds a rat in the house, she takes the kids and stays with her mother, but Cleveland forms an attachment to the creature; Rallo and Jr. play spies.
Donna tries to keep Cleveland out of her campaign as she runs for a spot on the school board; Junior learns he is an incredible diver, but is afraid of wearing the school's uniform -- a tiny bathing suit.
When the Browns move to Los Angeles, Cleveland pursues his dream of becoming a major league baseball scout; Donna and the kids become enamoured with L.A.'s glitzy lifestyle.
After Arianna is rude to Donna, Cleveland seeks revenge by egging Arianna's house; when Cleveland starts seeking revenge on more people, things get out of hand and he's accused of a murder he did not commit.
After Cleveland brings Dr. Fist into his group, he learns he has ties to the mob; Junior and Rallo open up a food truck.
Donna makes Rallo sign up for the Freedom Squirts -- Stoolbend's version of the Boy Scouts; Donna and Cleveland win a romantic hotel getaway.
During a weekend at Robert's apartment in East Stoolbend, Rallo befriends tough kids in the neighborhood; Cleveland and his friends enjoy spending time at the lush Stoolbend cemetery.
A lice outbreak at school forces Rallo to cut his hair; Cleveland watches Freight Train and Cookie's house for a weekend.
Donna is unhappy when Cleveland and Cookie are mistaken for a couple; when Rallo steals a candy bar, he tries to pin the crime on Junior.
When Freight Train invites Cleveland to the Lowrider Convention, Dr. Fist suggests the unexpected behavior may be the result of dementia.
Cleveland and Donna become overwhelmed with the kids’ hectic schedules.