I have no idea what that opening trailer was supposed to be, but it's the kind of silly, over-the-top, stupid comedy that's been sorely missing from Family Guy for a while now. I loved it.
It's taken me a while, but I've warmed up to the additions of Cleveland's parents as regulars. This was a good episode, right down to the random Fat Albert cutaways. Rallo randomly cutting in with the Mr. Microphone was great, too.
Cleveland: May I hold him? Lester: What's that, Mr. Pumpernickel? Oh. He don't want to see you. He says you snore. Cleveland: He's a damn liar! Tim: Cleveland, Cleveland, relax! I'M your bear now... Cleveland: **snores**
Midnight In Paris isn't one of Woody's best overall, but it's certainly his best in a long while. It's just fun -- Owen Wilson is, in my opinion, captures the 'faux-Woody' main character better than any of the other faux-Woodies in Allen's recent films.