History YMMV / TheClevelandShow

7th Jan '17 12:07:09 AM PrincessGwen
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** "A Rodent Like This" where is revealed that Fat Cleveland Junior is actually a spy who killed the original hyperactive Slim Cleveland Junior, as part of a gambit to assassinate Tim, who's the head of a terrorist sleeper-cell. Originally a WhamEpisode that explain why Cleveland Jr. is different from his original version in ''Family Guy'', this is never brought up again in the show and Tim is never killed. So probably was an elaborate prank on Rallo.

to:

** "A Rodent Like This" where it is revealed that Fat Cleveland Junior is actually a spy who killed the original hyperactive Slim Cleveland Junior, as part of a gambit to assassinate Tim, who's the head of a terrorist sleeper-cell. Originally a WhamEpisode that explain explains why Cleveland Jr. is different from his original version in ''Family Guy'', this is never brought up again in the show and Tim is never killed. So it probably was an elaborate prank on Rallo.



** Cleveland's co-worker Arch for being a monotone jerkass who's entire character revolves around being TheBore.

to:

** Cleveland's co-worker Arch for being a monotone jerkass who's whose entire character revolves around being TheBore.
17th Dec '16 6:47:45 PM TheWriterMan
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Cleveland's father Freight Train as well due to the abuse he puts his son through.

to:

** Cleveland's father Freight Train as well due to the abuse he puts his son through. Not helped by the fact that almost all of said abuse is PlayedForLaughs.



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Terry. He comes out as the first major LGBT character in the show, but the writers just get rid of him and place Dr. Fist as the new guy on Cleveland's FiveManBand.

to:

* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Terry. He comes out as the first major LGBT character in the show, but the writers just get rid of him and place Dr. Fist as the new guy on Cleveland's FiveManBand. The fact that Dr. Fist had [[FlatCharacter next to no personality]] doesn't help.
22nd Nov '16 1:55:50 AM rafi
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** "A Rodent Like This" where is revealed that Fat Cleveland Junior is actually a spy who killed the original hyperactive Slim Cleveland Junior, as part of a gambit to assassinate Tim, who's the head of a terrorist sleeper-cell. Originally a WhamEpisode that explain why Cleveland Jr. is different from his original version in ''Family Guy'', this is never brought up again in the show and Tim is never killed. So probably was an elaborate prank on Rallo.
22nd Nov '16 1:39:37 AM rafi
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* BizarroEpisode: The ''Film/DieHard'' parody, which, had it not had been for the show's cancellation, would have had sequel episodes, like ''Family Guy'''s ''Star Wars'' parodies.

to:

* BizarroEpisode: BizarroEpisode:
**
The ''Film/DieHard'' parody, which, had it not had been for the show's cancellation, would have had sequel episodes, like ''Family Guy'''s ''Star Wars'' parodies.



* EarWorm: The theme song will stay in your head for days after you watch it.

to:

* EarWorm: EarWorm:
**
The theme song will stay in your head for days after you watch it.



* MoralEventHorizon: After Rallo almost drowns and blackmails Cleveland for it, Cleveland ''dunks Rallo's head in the pool'' '''''[[AbusiveParents twice]]''''' just so Rallo would stop bossing him around.

to:

* MoralEventHorizon: MoralEventHorizon:
**
After Rallo almost drowns and blackmails Cleveland for it, Cleveland ''dunks Rallo's head in the pool'' '''''[[AbusiveParents twice]]''''' just so Rallo would stop bossing him around.



** Cleveland and his friends starting their own roadside beer truck to sell to people stuck on the highway.

to:

** Cleveland and his friends starting their own roadside beer truck to sell to people stuck on the highway.highway.
----
1st Jul '16 9:06:35 AM SpideyTerry
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* FunnyAneurysmMoment: There were a lot of jokes about the show facing cancellation, but "[=BFFs=]" might have the one that was most on the nose. Cleveland heads back to Quahog to visit Peter, leading to Stewie to ask if his show was cancelled already and if he was trying to come back to ''Family Guy''. That's exactly what happened about a year after this show ended.
26th May '16 6:39:46 PM MyLittleXero
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** Cleveland's co-worker Arch for being a monotone jerkass who's entire character revolves around being TheBore.
16th May '16 1:59:15 AM Hailfire25
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ItsTheSameNowItSucks: Some viewers don't like this show (or initially didn't like the show) because it is/was yet another cookie-cutter wacky family show by SethMacFarlane, which is true, but ''The Cleveland Show'' did prove in its short time that it was funny without copying (much) from ''Family Guy''.

to:

* ItsTheSameNowItSucks: Some viewers don't like this show (or initially didn't like the show) because it is/was yet another cookie-cutter wacky family show by SethMacFarlane, which is true, but ''The Cleveland Show'' did prove in its short time that it was funny without copying (much) from ''Family Guy''. It also didn't help that Cleveland went from being the OnlySaneMan of the group to essentially a black Peter Griffin.
11th Apr '16 10:54:37 AM fruitstripegum
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* TearJerker: in "Cleveland Jr.'s Cherry Bomb", when Junior overhears Cleveland and his friends making fun of his vow to stay a virgin.
2nd Apr '16 7:24:51 PM Quackeytrope
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** How could you forget "Frapp Attack?"

to:

** How could you forget "Frapp Attack?"Attack"?
23rd Feb '16 9:44:22 PM HelloLamppost
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* DesignatedHero: Junior, due to often clinging the JerkassBall or being [[IdiotHoudini a legitimate irritance to everyone around him]], yet a large amount of his roles he is played as the victim for being chewed out or told to act his age (usually it ''is'' unscrupulous, but more due to the family's abrasive or hypocritical methods than the act itself). "The Hurricane!" is a prime example, in which Junior declares himself an Atheist, albeit a far less insufferable case than Brian. Despite this, the plot quickly becomes this show's version of "Not All Dogs Go To Heaven", with the family's moronically pious attitude going up against Junior's obnoxious mockery of religion (though "The Hurricane" doesn't smack of the same UnfortunateImplications that "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" did).

to:

* DesignatedHero: Junior, due to often clinging the JerkassBall or being [[IdiotHoudini a legitimate irritance to everyone around him]], yet a large amount of his roles he is played as the victim for being chewed out or told to act his age (usually it ''is'' unscrupulous, but more due to the family's abrasive or hypocritical methods than the act itself). "The Hurricane!" is a prime example, in which Junior declares himself an Atheist, atheist, albeit a far less insufferable case than Brian. Despite this, the plot quickly becomes this show's version of "Not All Dogs Go To Heaven", with the family's moronically pious attitude going up against Junior's obnoxious mockery of religion (though "The Hurricane" doesn't smack of the same UnfortunateImplications that "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" did).
This list shows the last 10 events of 114. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=YMMV.TheClevelandShow