The main plot with Cleveland coming to grips with his age feels like it's been done so many times. There were some funny moments, like Junior's conversation with Larry the Leopard ("Why would Danny Glover be in our house?") and Cleveland's Nick Nolte mugshot, but how many sitcoms are going to tread this territory?
The B-plot with Rallo's hit-and-run was a lot more amusing. Holt riding around on a big wheel should not have been this amusing.
Rallo: You know how the Bible's all about forgiveness? Lester: And VENGEANCE? Rallo: And loving thy neighbor? Lester: And KILLING SODOMITES? Rallo: Let me start over...
I wouldn't say I'm a Ramsey fan, but if you've read Tony Bourdain's "Kitchen Confidential" (ironically a former Fox show) and about how much swearing and pressure goes on, then I'm at peace with what he does. My quick takes: