The main requirement is that the potential date has some qualities that the father hates in people, and this motivates the daughter to love her date more.Usually a comedy trope, could be a love trope, can lead to a Parental Marriage Veto if the character lasts more than one scene/episode.If the relationship works in the end, it's become Nobody Thinks It Will Work. If the father is depicted more sympathetically, he may be a Troubled Sympathetic Bigot who ends up having to reconcile his desire to see his daughter happy with his own personal hang-ups about her boyfriend.
Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page. is a recurring character in Family Guy and the main character/protagonist of The Cleveland Show.
While originally not a villainous character during his existence on Family Guy, upon starring in The Cleveland Show the character became far more cynical and gained several villainous and jerk-like traits, becoming a full-blow villainous protagonist with little to no morals.
Until recently he was married to Loretta Brown, but they separated after Loretta had an affair with Quagmire, although they still have feelings for each other. Eventually, Loretta gains his house and Cleveland has to move.
Cleveland is now married to Donna Tubbs and has two stepchildren, Roberta and Rallo.
He also sports a mustache and often offers deep insight that the other characters are unable to see.