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The Cleveland Show: Once Upon a Tyne in New York

Cleveland & Donna plan a honeymoon in New York City but things don't go the way Donna planned when Lester, Tim, Holt & Coach McFall joins them.

Meanwhile Roberta, Rallo & Junior make their way to New York to become rich & famous.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x15
Production Number: 1APS16
Airdate: Sunday March 21st, 2010

Director: Mike L. Mayfield
Writer: Aaron Lee

Alternate Airdates:

UK (E4) Apr 19, 2010

Guest Stars
Kevin Michael RichardsonKevin Michael Richardson
voiced Harlem Gentlemen
Jason SudeikisJason Sudeikis
voiced Himself
Alex BorsteinAlex Borstein
voiced Tyne Daly
Glenn HowertonGlenn Howerton
voiced Philip Seymour Hoffman | Concierge | President of MTV
Will ForteWill Forte
voiced Himself
Will SassoWill Sasso
voiced Donald Trump | Robert De Niro
Main Cast
Mike Henry (1)Mike Henry (1)
voiced Cleveland Brown / Montclair “Rallo” Tubbs / Oliver Wilkerson / Coach Charles McFall / Mr. Armstrong / Arch
Seth MacFarlaneSeth MacFarlane
voiced Tim / Doctor Fist
Sanaa LathanSanaa Lathan
voiced Donna Tubbs-Brown
Kevin Michael RichardsonKevin Michael Richardson
voiced Lester Krinklesac / Cleveland Jr. / Julius
Reagan Gomez-PrestonReagan Gomez-Preston
voiced Roberta Coretta Tubbs
Jason SudeikisJason Sudeikis
voiced Holt Ann Richter / Terry Kimple


Cleveland reveals to his pals that he and Donna haven't yet taken their honeymoon and asks the gang for ideas. Coach McFall reveals his former fling with Tyne Daly in New York City. Inspired, Cleveland takes Donna on a road trip to the Big Apple, and to Donna’s dismay, Cleveland allows the Stoolbend gang to tag along while the kids are left with Terry. The next morning, Donna and Cleveland try to enjoy their time while the rest of the gang wander off, but the guys soon get into trouble and Cleveland must abandon the day's plans with Donna in order to rescue the guys. Cleveland tries to make it up by taking Donna to a Broadway show but its a cover for helping Coach McFall reunite with Tyne Daly. When Coach McFall actually meets Tyne Daly, they find his breakup wasn't exactly under pleasant circumstances. Frustrated with being neglected by Cleveland, Donna leaves and returns to the hotel bar. Rebuffing Cleveland's attempts to make up, Coach McFall tries to apologize and is so pathetic that Donna decides to help him. After a makeover, they meet Tyne after a taping of Saturday Night Live. When Tyne still doesn't want to hear from McFall, Cleveland and Donna hatch a plot to have him read from a monitor while they type in the words for him to read to Tyne. Cleveland's speech soon drifts into an apology to Donna and Tyne becomes more interested in McFall as well. They go their separate ways for a romantic night. Packing up to leave the next day, They find that Coach McFall has upset Tyne. They quickly leave New York. ..

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Episode Notes
“Once Upon a Tyne in New York” was seen by 5.1 million viewers

Episode Goofs
While at Saturday Night Live, Cleveland & Donna help McFall by typing on a teleprompter.
However, Saturday Night Live doesn't use teleprompters, they use cue cards.

The limo they take to New York clearly has a sunroof but ...

... when they arrive and leave New York the sunroof is missing.

Cultural References
Voiced by Alex Borstein, this episode centers around American TV & stage actress Tyne Daly (1946-), widely known for her work as Detective Mary Beth Lacey in the television series Cagney & Lacey and as Maxine Gray in the television series Judging Amy.

Starting his talk show career in 1961, long running host, Regis Philbin (1931-), is shown in this episode as the author of a New York travel guide.

Holt is seen in a makeshift R2D2 costume.

Cleveland is surprised to see the characters from the HBO series, Sex and the City (1998-2004)

Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker) & Miranda Hobbes (played by Cynthia Nixon)

Charlotte York (played by Kristin Davis) & Samantha Jones (played by Kim Cattrall)

Roberta and Cleveland meet Oscar© winning actor, Robert De Niro (1943-)

Rex Reed is seen in this episode as a catty bodyguard for Tyne Daly.
Rex is an American film critic and former co-host of the syndicated television show At the Movies.

New York landmark, Rockefeller Center is briefly seen in this episode.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorSeth MacFarlane  |  Richard Appel  |  Mike Henry (1)
Executive ProducerRichard Appel  |  Mike Henry (1)  |  Seth MacFarlane
Co-Executive ProducerKirker Butler
ProducerKara Vallow  |  Jonathan Green (1)  |  Gabe Miller
Co-ProducerClarence Livingston  |  Aseem Batra
Consulting ProducerRaynelle Swilling  |  Jonathan Jacobs
Associate ProducerKarin Perrotta
EditorKirk Benson
CastingLinda Lamontagne
Staff WriterMehar Sethi  |  Justin Heimberg  |  Kevin Biggins  |  Travis Bowe
MusicWalter Murphy
Assistant EditorDennis R. McElroy
Post Production SupervisorAmy Reynolds
Story EditorAaron Lee  |  Julius Sharpe  |  Matthew Murray
Storyboard ArtistPaul Lee
Character DesignerCarlos Ortega  |  David Colman
Main Title ThemeWalter Murphy
Casting AssistantMelissa Aives
Casting AssociatePam Hyatt
Assistant DirectorSeung Cha
Animation ProducerBrandi Young
Storyboard RevisionistBruce B. Heller  |  Matt Sullivan
Writing AssistantGeorge Igoe  |  Laura Hilker  |  Steven Ross (1)
Production ControllerLiddane Sanders
AssistantAlexandra Gaines  |  Freddy Hakimi  |  Artie Johann
Production ConsultantPatrick Henry (2)
Animation Production AssistantHenry Montgomery
Audio CoordinatorNathan Schafer
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