Check out a first look at the new episode of THE CLEVELAND SHOW Once Upon a Tyne in New York airing Sunday March 21 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Synopsis: Cleveland and Donna road trip to the Big Apple for an overdue honeymoon, and to Donna's dismay, Cleveland allows the Stoolbend gang to tag along to help Coach McFall rekindle a long lost romance. Although, when Tim finds himself in a compromising situation and Lester's language gets him into trouble, Cleveland is forced to choose between his wife and his friends in the all-new "Once Upon a Tynein New York" episode of THE CLEVELAND SHOW airing Sunday, March 21 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Voice Cast: Mike Henry as Cleveland, Rallo and McFall; Sanaa Lathan as Donna Tubbs; Kevin Michael Richardson as Cleveland Jr. and Lester; Reagan Gomez as Roberta Tubbs; Seth MacFarlane as Tim Guest Voice Cast: Jason Sudeikis as Holt and himself; Will Forte as himself; Glenn Howerton as Philip Seymour Hoffman, Concierge and President of MTV; Alex Borstein as Tyne Daly; Will Sasso as Donald Trump and Robert De Niro Source & More Photos
Check out a first look at the new episode of THE CLEVELAND SHOW "Ship'rect" Episode 15 airing Sunday March 14 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Synopsis: Cleveland and his friends prepare to enter Stoolbend's annual boat race as a team, but when Cleveland's celebrity idol moves to town, Cleveland makes it priority to befriend him. And when his new pal invites him to join his boating team, Cleveland is forced to make a difficult decision. Meanwhile, Roberta gets wrapped up in her dreams of being a superstar in the all-new "Ship'rect" episode of THE CLEVELAND SHOW airing Sunday, March 14 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & More Photos
Tila Tequila is cartooned in an upcoming episode of "The Cleveland Show", not pregnant. In the newly-released still, the reality show star who provides the character's voice sits down for an interview with her kinky outfit on. The episode is called "Brown Knight" and it's airing on Sunday, March 28. When Cleveland and Donna are mugged at an ATM, Cleveland is accidentally wounded in the tussle. By the time the story hits the local news, the attention goes to Cleveland's head, but Cleveland's version isn't the whole story. Meanwhile, Roberta takes advantage of Rallo, who thinks that his sister is dying of a terrible disease. Other guest voices in the episode are Jason Sudeikis as Holt and Dr. Simmons, Ashley Tisdale as Lacey, Kristen Wiig as Mrs. Stapleton and Jamie Kennedy as Homeless Man and Dragon. Source Here
Kanye West has kept a fairly low profile in recent months, but soon you'll be able to catch him - or at least his animated alter ego - in the May 2 episode of Fox's Family Guy spin-off The Cleveland Show. You can see the first official image of West's guest spot in the new issue of EW, on stands today, or check it out right here in this post. In the episode, the rap megastar voices a 19-year-old local hero named, er, Kenny West, who gets into a lopsided rhyme battle with the show's Cleveland Brown, Jr. over the affections of a young woman who's voiced by Taraji P. Henson. To Read More Click Here .
Watch 3 clips of the new episode of THE CLEVELAND SHOW "The Curious Case of Jr. Working at the Stool" Episode 14 airing Sunday February 21 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Synopsis: THE CLEVELAND SHOW "The Curious Case of Jr. Working at the Stool" Episode 14 - Cleveland teaches Junior responsibility by challenging him to get a job, and to his own delight, Cleveland Jr. lands a job working at The Stool. However, when Cleveland Jr. starts commenting on the number of beers his father consumes and sets limits on the guys' time at the bar, a feud erupts between father and son. Meanwhile, Roberta competes with Lacey (guest voice Tisdale), the rich girl in school, and gets more than she bargained in the all-new "TheCurious Case of Jr. Working at The Stool" episode that also features guest-voice cameos by David Lynch, Ed Asner and Kristen Wiig airing Sunday, Feb. 21 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Voice Cast: Mike Henry as Cleveland Brown, Dick Clark and Rallo Tubbs; Sanaa Lathan as Donna Tubbs; Kevin Michael Richardson as Cleveland Jr. and Lester; Reagan Gomez as Roberta Tubbs; Seth MacFarlane as Tim and Dr. Fist Guest Voice Cast: Jason Sudeikis as Holt and Dr. Simmons; Ashley Tisdale as Lacey; Kristen Wiig as Mrs. Stapleton; Ed Asner as Editor; David Lynch as Gus; Glenn Howerton as Ernie and Special Agent Kelleher; John Viener as Mr. Coulibay, French Guy and Businessman; Jamie Kennedy as Homeless Man and Dragon; Aseem Batra as Kendra; Kerrigan Mahan as Jack Nicholson Source & Preview
Not new to voicing animated characters on television, High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale has landed herself a gig on the Seth Macfarlane-created series The Cleveland Show. She'll be on the show as the character Lacey Stapleton, bagging three episodes for her appearance. According to Ashley Tisdale's official website, the actress can be first heard on The Cleveland Show's "The Curious Case of Jr. Working at the Stool." It will air on February 21, followed by a couple more installments featuring the star. The character she's playing, Lacey Stapleton, is said to be the wealthy rival of Roberta, the Tubbs family's teenage daughter. Both of them are popular girls in their schools, so we might as well expect a cartoon catfight. According to the episode's official synopsis, Roberta competes with rich girl Lacey for even more fame. Unfortunately for the girl, she's going to get "more than she bargained [for]". Could that be related to the fact that Tisdale's stint on the series is for more than an episode? After her first appearance on "The Curious Case of Jr. Working at the Stool," Ashley Tisdale will be returning on November on The Cleveland Show. Her character will next be seen on "Brian Writes a Best Seller", which airs later this year. Next comes "And Then There Were Fewer", to air in September 2011. There may be long gaps in those episode schedules, but we're glad they cast the High School Musical actress in a role similar to one that shot her to fame: as Sharpay Evans in the Disney franchise. But we're not expecting Lacey Stapleton to have an equally musically oriented brother though. Having heard the actress on such animated shows like Kim Possible and Phineas and Ferb, we're pretty sure she'll do fine with this role. Don't forget to catch Ashley Tisdale on the new episode of The Cleveland Show, airing on February 21 on the FOX network. Source Here
Check out a first look at THE CLEVELAND SHOW "Love Rollercoaster" Episode 11 airing Sunday February 14 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Synopsis: Holt admits to Cleveland that he wishes he had a special someone in his life. Determined to help his lonely friend, Cleveland introduces Holt to Jill (guest voice Fergie), a cat-loving redhead who ends up being more than a handful. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. and Rallo anticipate the "birth" of Rallo's pet fish in the all-new "Buried Pleasure" episode ofTHE CLEVELAND SHOW airing Sunday, Feb. 14 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Voice Cast: Mike Henry as Cleveland Brown, Lionel Stander and Rallo Tubbs; Sanaa Lathan as Donna Tubbs; Kevin Michael Richardson as Cleveland Jr. and Lester; Reagan Gomez as Roberta Tubbs; Seth MacFarlane as Tim and Officer Greeley Guest Voice Cast: Jason Sudeikis as Holt and Terry; Fergie as Jill and Holt's Mom; Julius Sharpe as Basketball Carney and Vendor; Jeff Bergman as Garrison Keillor; Victor Edward Willis as Cop from Village People; Arianna Huffington as Arianna; Aseem Batra as Kendra Source & More Photos
Check out a first look of Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas guest starring on THE CLEVELAND SHOW "Buried Pleasure" Episode 13 airing Sunday february 14 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Fergie will play Holt's love interest Jill, who turns out to be a bit on the psycho side. Synopsis: Holt admits to Cleveland that he wishes he had a special someone in his life. Cleveland, determined to help his friend, introduces introduces him to a cat-loving redhead who ends up being more than Holt can handle. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. and Rallo anticipate the "birth" of Rallo's pet fish. & More Photos
Jane Lynch, the actress who tackles the role of Sue Sylvester in "Glee", will soon be coming into "The Cleveland Show". How her animated character will look like in this "Family Guy" spinoff has been teased through pictures obtained via Daemon TV. The three stills have Jane's character confronting Roberta. Jane will portray Roberta's brusque, no-nonsense new teacher named Ms. Eck when "The Cleveland Show" is aired on January 10. In the episode titled "Love Rollercoaster", Ms. Eck will be seen encouraging Roberta to alter her appearance. Meanwhile, Cleveland Jr. befriends the disguised Roberta and falls in love with her. The show has been renewed for a second season. With the back nine episodes order, it will return with 13 episodes in Fall 2010 and stay on screen at least until mid 2011. Before airing the "Love Rollercoaster", it will televise "Field of Streams" episode which follows Cleveland when he has a nostalgic flashback to the glory days as his high school's baseball all-star and then visits his alma mater only to find out that there's no longer a team. Source & More Photos
I REALLY hate Family guy, who can honestly still say they are still entertained by the antics of Peter and his gang? I've been watching Family Guy since its beginning and I used to be entirely consumed by it. The plot was a mess, the characters were all over the place and the jokes made no sense, it was a great show to watch with The Simpson's quickly going down the drain. That was about eight years ago and as one of the first people in my school to know what the show was I introduced it to my classmates and was congratulated for it, a show so new, fresh and bold was enticing to the fifth grade audience I bragged about it to. I heard that song from Journey about 300 times and couldn't get enough until about three season ago there was a joke that didn't make me laugh, it just annoyed me. Now if i ever watch an episode i try and count the amount of times i laugh, try it yourself-my record since i started counting is 7, one every three minutes. I am flabbergasted with the respect people have for this show. Now there's 2 of them, I did try and watch The Cleveland Show, at first it was alright a little different then Family Guy, maybe enough to watch but it got into the Family Guy groove and its stuck there. Hating family guy this much as actually given me respect for The Simpsons, something i thought was dead forever came back to life and impressed me as the series went back to there roots in terms of joke styles. I'm not saying Family Guy has changed at all only my tastes of what actually makes a show good has. They try to hard, get to little, and the constant re-dos and stretching out of jokes just makes me pity them. I like a lot of television, why is it that maybe the most recognized name on television now is my most hated? Like I said I was a lover of the show and now turned hater, I'm wondering what the T.V. viewing public has to say about my view of this most heinous of television shows. P.S. I know there are grammar errors and probably more then one spelling mistake so don't bother correcting me on them, you'll just appear a fool.