The Cleveland Show

Our Gang

Season 1, Ep 12, Aired 1/31/10
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  • Episode Description
  • Cleveland takes a group of delinquent teens under his wing, to the thanks of their frustrated parents. He and Cleveland Jr. create a new club to try and keep the kids on the straight and narrow. However, things don't turn out so well.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Seth MacFarlane

    Tim

  • Sanaa Lathan

    Donna Tubbs

  • Nia Long

    Roberta Tubbs

  • Kevin Michael Richardson

    Cleveland Brown Jr./Lester Krinklesac/E.L. Fudge/P-Hound/Momstabba

  • Mike Henry (VI)

    Cleveland Brown/Rallo Tubbs/Mr. Armstrong

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • AHHHH, THE GOGGLES, THEY DO NOTHING!

    By gamernut, Feb 02, 2010

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Cleveland: Hey super-smurf, where you headed? Rallo: To the Fortress of Solitude, otherwise known as the crapper. Cleveland: Ha! I'm gonna use that one.

    • AK Funk: Hey, it's that lady from school what has the huge ass. Donna: Language! AK Funk: Sorry. It's that lady from school who has the huge ass. Donna: That's better.

    • Cleveland: (welcoming the kids to the house) Come on in, guys. Let me know if you touch something, so I can have it professionally cleaned. Actually, let me start over: Come on in, guys. Don't touch anything!

    • Chris Griffin: Hi, Cleveland. Cleveland: Go back to Quahog! Chris Griffin: Okay.

    Allusions (4)

    • Lean On Me Cleveland addressing the troubled students with a baseball bat is taken straight out of the 1989 movie Lean On Me, about a Principal striving to improve an inner-city school.

    • Bowzer The character of Wowzer is a reference to Jon "Bowzer" Bauman from the doo-wop group Sha Na Na.

    • Cleveland: What we have here is a failure to communicate. This is a famous line from the 1967 movie Cool Hand Luke, starring Paul Newman.

    • Cleveland: I'm the richest man in Stool Bend. Cleveland's line is a reference to the classic 1946 Frank Capra film It's A Wonderful Life.

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