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The Curious Case of Jr. Working at the Stool 

Cleveland Jr. vows revenge on his father after he gets him a job at the Broken Stool but later conspires to get him fired.


Seth MacFarlane (created by), Richard Appel (created by) | 6 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Henry ... Cleveland Brown / Rallo Tubbs / Dick Clark / Additional Voices (voice)
Sanaa Lathan ... Donna Tubbs (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Cleveland Brown Jr. / Lester Krinklesac / Additional Voices (voice)
Reagan Gomez-Preston ... Roberta Tubbs (voice) (as Reagan Gomez)
Seth MacFarlane ... Tim the Bear / Dr. Fist (voice)
Edward Asner ... Editor (voice) (as Ed Asner)
Kevin Biggins Kevin Biggins ... (voice)
Travis Bowe Travis Bowe ... (voice)
Laura Hilker Laura Hilker ... (voice)
Glenn Howerton ... Ernie Krinklesac / Special Agent Kelleher (voice)
Jamie Kennedy ... Homeless Man / Dragon (voice)
David Lynch ... Gus (voice)
Joanna Schochet Joanna Schochet ... (voice)
Jason Sudeikis ... Holt Richter / Dr. Simmons (voice)
Alec Sulkin ... (voice)


Cleveland teaches Junior responsibility by challenging him to get a job, and to his own delight, Cleveland Jr. lands a job working at The Stool. However, when Cleveland Jr. starts commenting on the number of beers his father consumes and sets limits on the guys' time at the bar, a feud erupts between father and son. Meanwhile, Roberta competes with Lacey, the rich girl in school, and gets more than she bargained for. Written by FOX Publicity

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Release Date:

21 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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The title is a reference to The Curious Case of Benjamin Button See more »


Cleveland Brown Jr.: [to Tim as he is putting on a pair of pants] Sorry, Mr. Bear, but that's our only pair of house pants and with our new dress code, all customers are required to wear pants. We're trying to draw a more upscale crowd.
Tim the Bear: They're a little tight. Heh. When I go home, it's gonna take me a few minutes just to peel my slab off my bag.
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References The Lion King (1994) See more »


The Payback
Written by James Brown, Fred Wesley and John Starks
Performed by James Brown
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Someone please tell me how they got David Lynch?
28 February 2010 | by Russman-3See all my reviews

Someone knows the story, please, please tell.

While watching I knew for sure that was his voice and jumped ahead to read the credits - bingo - David Lynch. Would be great if they can get him as a recurring character like Adam West on Family Guy. Funny episode. Loved the movie and TV references they had. "I'm going back, to the island." Good stuff. Cleveland coming in drunk teasing and then praising Cleveland Jr. Rollo, as usual had some great one liners too, "Where da White Women at?" Cracks me up how they just go there and get a way with it. Very funny. I think the show is finding it's groove. One of the things I like about Family Guy and Cleveland are the crazy asides and insane jokes. I look forward to seeing where they go in the next season.

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