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Cleveland Orenthal Brown is a character from the animated television series Family Guy, and its spin-off series The Cleveland Show. He is voiced by Mike Henry. In the first seven seasons of Family Guy, Cleveland is a frequently recurring character. As one of Peter Griffin’s neighbors and friends, Cleveland is also one of the few recurring African American characters on the show. He was conceived during the seventh-inning stretch of a Cleveland Indians game. His established profession was that of a deli owner. In the earliest seasons of Family Guy, Cleveland frequently appeared alongside his wife Loretta Brown (voiced by Alex Borstein), until their divorce was portrayed in the Family Guy season 4 episode “The Cleveland–Loretta Quagmire”. The pilot episode of The Cleveland Show depicts Cleveland’s farewell to the familiar characters and settings of Family Guy. The Cleveland Show establishes its setting of Stoolbend, Virginia as Cleveland’s childhood home town, and introduces a new family and set of characters supporting Cleveland as lead.
Cleveland is usually depicted as exceedingly gentle, patient, and sweet, and only on rare occasions has he been known to lose his temper and resort to violence. However, Cleveland gets visibly annoyed with racist behavior. He often acts as the voice of caution when other characters hatch harebrained schemes. Cleveland’s speech is slow, almost elongated. Various flashbacks give conflicting histories of his speech patterns. In the episode “Death Lives” Peter Griffin met Cleveland in the 1970s and he was skinnier , sporting an Afro, but still spoke in the slow manner that he is known for. Likewise, in the premiere of his spin-off, it is revealed that Cleveland talked in a slow manner when he was in high school. In the fourth season episode “Blind Ambition”, an out-of-continuity flashback depicts Cleveland as a fast-talking auctioneer when a totem pole falls over onto his head, resulting in a slower rate of speech.
One of the running gags throughout the series is that Peter’s shenanigans frequently destroy the front wall of Cleveland’s house, revealing him in the bathtub. He then exclaims: “What the?! No, no, no, no, no, no, no No!” as the upstairs floor tilts and the tub crashes to the ground. In the pilot of his spin-off, this gag was the last straw that convinced Cleveland to leave Quahog. However, even several states away, the Griffins’ antics are still seen to cause this event, such as when debris from the missile that Brian, Stewie, Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase destroy happens to fall right on Cleveland’s new house in the episode “Spies Reminiscent of Us” (Due to the unfamiliarity of the joke to the characters of The Cleveland Show, Cleveland’s neighbor Tim the Bear appeared and said “I don’t get it”). In “Brian’s Got a Brand New Bag”, Cleveland’s old, and now unoccupied house is destroyed when Peter watches the movie Road House and beats up Brian, which results in a car crashing into the house, and the empty bathtub crashes to the ground. Afterward, Peter says “Oh, that’s right. Cleveland moved.” In the Cleveland Show episode “Gone With the Wind”, the same running gag affects his former wife Loretta Brown, and she winds up dead after breaking her neck on the ground.
Content rating: High Maturity