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.
When Cleveland has "the talk" with Roberta, it scares Cleveland Jr. into taking a vow of chastity, but his sworn celibacy may not be all he had hoped for when he overhears Cleveland making fun of him. Meanwhile, Rollo shows an interest in attending church. Watch & Discuss: Watch The Cleveland Show: Season 1, Episode 8 - 'From Bed to Worse' Read The Cleveland Show's Review: Season 1, Episode 8 - 'From Bed to Worse'
For the few of us who won't still be in a turkey-induced coma come Sunday night, Fox has a new episode of The Cleveland Show scheduled to premiere after The Simpsons. "From Bed to Worse" puts the spotlight on young Rallo, who hasn't quite warmed up to Cleveland as his father. When he sees that Cleveland and Donna are trying to spend a little quality time together, Rollo goes into action and tries to keep them apart. Meanwhile, Roberta and Cleveland Jr. attend a class trip in the nation's capital. You can catch "From Bed to Worse" when The Cleveland Show airs this Sunday, November 29th, at 8:30pm ET on Fox.
This Sunday, Hall and Oates cameo on Family Guy spin off The Cleveland Show, and you can see their appearance below. I don't know what relevance it has to the plot, but I do know Oates has allowed himself to be the butt of jokes abut his lack of stature (both professional and actual). That makes him a big man in my book. And, as the book in question is the new biggie from Stephen King, he will actually fit in it! I jest, of course. Dare I ask if you can go for this cameo? I dare! I dare! Source & Video
While " True Blood " is still taking a seasonal break, Rutina Wesley is crossing the bridge to provide a voice for Fox's " The Cleveland Show ". The depicter of Tara Thornton in the vampire series will take a new approach by voicing a girl with "big" qualities. "I'm playing Cleveland's wife's best friend," Rutina told TV Guide magazine. "They've known each other since they were kids. She has a big butt, big earrings and a real big voice. I love her." Her character is named Yvette and she will appear in the November 15 episode titled "Ladies Night". According to the synopsis, Cleveland is upset when he finds out that Donna is still attending a single mothers' support group. A spin-off to " Family Guy ", "Cleveland Show" has been renewed for a second season last week. With the back nine episodes order, it will return with 13 episodes in Fall 2010 and stay on screen at least until mid 2011. Meanwhile, "True Blood" will be back on HBO summer 2010 with the third season. Tara has just lost the love of her life, Eggs, who got mistakenly killed by Jason. Source Here
Fox already has picked up The Cleveland Show for the last nine episodes of its second season. The Family Guy spin-off was picked up last May for the first 13 episodes of a second season starting next year - four months before the show's debut. The Fox show's initial season got under way Sept. 27, bringing in 9.5 million viewers and scoring an impressive 4.9 rating in the 18-to-49 demographic. The animated comedy's premiere was also the highest debut in 18-to-34 demo and marked one of the highest-rated scripted series openers so far this fall. Source Here
Friday After the bombing in the ratings of last Friday's Dollhouse Season 2 Premiere, the 5 other Dollhouse fans remaining out there are probably wondering if the 2nd episode fared any better. And the answer? No it did not. The second episode hit yet another series low, with just 2 million viewers. More people watched the Stargate Universe premiere over on Syfy. The winner for the second consecutive Friday night was CBS with the combination of Ghost Whisperer (7.6 million), Medium (7.7 million) and Numb3rs (7.7 million). NBC came in second with new episodes of Law & Order , Dateline and The Jay Leno Show. ABC again opted to air repeats, which was good for a 3rd place finish. Sunday Highlights from Sunday included the debut of new drama Three Rivers on CBS, which premiered to a disappointing 9.2 million viewers. This might not sound like a terrible figure, but it was only good for a 4th place finish for CBS. NBC won the night with football, followed by Fox's animated comedy block ( Family Guy was the most viewed with 9.7 million; The Cleveland Show held fairly strong with 8.7 million viewers) and then ABC, whose Sunday lineup enjoyed small improvements for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition , Desperate Housewives and Brothers & Sisters . What did you think of the debut of Three Rivers ? How much longer do we give Dollhouse ? Sources: Zap2it and THR
Cleveland Brown and Cleveland Jr. leave Quahog and take to the road. On their way to California, they stop in Cleveland's hometown of Stoolbend, VA, where he reunites with his old high school crush, Donna Tubbs. Cleveland, still in love with Donna, is determined to start a new life with her, even if Donna's kids aren't exactly angels. Watch & Discuss: Watch The Cleveland Show: Season 1, Episode 1 - 'Pilot' Read The Cleveland Show's Review: Season 1, Episode 1 - 'Pilot'
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Take a look at the first pictures of Season Premiere The Cleveland Show airing Sunday, Sept. 27 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Synopsis: THE CLEVELAND SHOW is a new animated series that follows everyone's favorite soft-spoken neighbor, CLEVELAND BROWN (Mike Henry), to his hometown in Virginia as he settles down with his high school sweetheart, her unruly kids and his own 14-year-old son, CLEVELAND JR. (Kevin Michael Richardson). Many years ago, Cleveland was a high school student madly in love with a beautiful girl named DONNA (Sanaa Lathan). Much to his dismay, his love went unrequited, and Donna wound up marrying another man. Cleveland once told Donna he would always love her, and if this man ever done her wrong, he'd be there when she called. Well, this man done her wrong. Donna's husband ran off, leaving Donna with a teenage daughter and a young son. Now she's open to Cleveland and has offered him another chance at love. Unattached after the Loretta-Quagmire debacle and true to his word, Cleveland joyously reunites with Donna, and he and Cleveland Jr. move to Virginia to join their new family. Once in Virginia, there are a few surprises in store for Cleveland, including ROBERTA (Reagan Gomez-Preston), a rebellious new stepdaughter; RALLO (Henry), his new 5-year-old stepson who loves the ladies; and a collection of neighbors that includes a loudmouth redneck, LESTER (Richardson); a hipster wanna-be, HOLT (guest voice Jason Sudeikis); and a religious pair of talking bears, TIM (Seth MacFarlane) and his wife ARIANNA (guest voice Arianna Huffington). Source & Pics