Good lord, Cleveland's idea of selling beer off a truck on a freeway was so ridiculous, it was Griffin-esque!
I do like that they've kept Murray around as a regular. His friendship with Rallo was an enjoyable part of the season for me. And I actually liked the payoff of the B-plot with Donna getting her wig removed.
Not much else to say about this one. Decent episode and nothing particularly turrible.
Terry: Hey, can we buy some pot? Cleveland: Marijuana is illegal and immoral! No, wait, that's cocaine. No, I don't have any marijuana.
I thought this was probably the best episode of the three I watched. The Quagmire cutaway to Intercourse, Pa was fantastic as was Cleveland's follow up remark about the world needs him. I was hoping they would get rid of Lester or someone, but I guess not. I actually thought the beer truck was a good idea and wondering until we see some on the road.
(combing Legolas' hair) "You're pretty ... Prettier than I'll ever be!" (starts choking "him") "Nah, I'm just kiddin'!"
"Oooh, I look like Beyonce!" "Well ... "
It was Cleveland Junior's night!
"All RAW is these days is a cheap version of Saturday Night Live, so if you wanna tune in to watch the amazing star power of Al Sharpton and Nancy O'Dell, go ahead! Who's gonna host next week, Big Bird? Wow, that's must-see TV!" - John Morrison (10/16/09 Smackdown!)
Junior absolutely makes the show for me. I'm kind of blase about the Cleveland Show as a whole, but Junior is hilarious.
"It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
Odd to see the wife's crush Steve Byers (clean-cut Canadian boy, always playing nice guys) in such a dark role. I agree about the Date Night comparisons. I recall Clark wearing glasses years ago for an episode, on the advice of his parents.