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I Mourn Homer
Rate and Review: The Cleveland Show - The Men in Me
Now, I have no idea what's happened to The Cleveland Show in the past few months, but it's quickly becoming utterly brilliant. Tonight's episode had a lot of laughs, good scenes and a plot that actually went somewhere. It's really finding it's feet, and I approve of that greatly. The songs were well constructed and Florence Henderson was an amazing guest star. 5/5
Originally Posted by simpsonsbart
disco fuck yourself
Never thought I'd see the day when Friz, The Cleveland Show, and 5/5 would be in the same thread.
Originally Posted by Teddy
I Mourn Homer
Work! Consume! Die!
One of the seasons best so far. Cleveland actually seems to be better at the semi-current references than Family Guy is. The Soul Train song (Not to mention a hilarious visual) was great and I just adored the sad identity crisis version of the theme song...and the ending? Dear God I got a big laugh out of that. In fact I haven't seen racial humour this funny since "Chappelle's Show".
A solid 5/5..Keep it up C-Bro, and you'll soon find yourself by American Dad's side...just outside Peter Griffin's fat-ass shadow.
Just be thankful
*Scratch head a bit* people seem to say cleveland is getting better, but I don't see how that episode suppose to be better than what I came to expect from Cleveland which is average and mediocre (Although I admit I missed the first chunk of the episode and it was the first episode I watched in a while) I can't say they was anything bad, but Cleveland racial angst feel like something I had already seen before and no joke really was memorable.
In my opinion, this was a better stab at "Main man suddenly uncovers a repressed trait" than American Dad has managed recently. At least the plot was somewhat memorable and interesting (I may even go for "ridiculous enough to actually work"), and at-standard for what I expect from these shows as a group. Some genuinely funny moments, and I'm now more enthusiastic to find out what the future holds for this series.
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