Robert Jones (The Cleveland Show)

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Robert Jones
Gender: Male
Type: Glenn Quagmire Wanna Be Who Is An Unlikable Asshole
Species: Human
Portrayed by: Corey Holcomb
Status: Alive
Media of Origin: The Cleveland Show
First Appearance: "Pilot"
Last Appearance: "Wheel of Family"

Robert Jones is the ex-husband of Donna Tubbs-Brown and the biological father of Roberta and Rallo Tubbs.

Why He Sucks

  1. He seems to always care for himself and never for others, showing how uncaring and heartless of a person he is.
  2. He lacks any sense of intelligence and once thought that he was going to be killed by Julia Roberts, however, she was going to check on him. Is he that retarded or what?
  3. Like most cartoon characters, he is your typical Mean Popular Boy. He always acted so popular and used that to pick on Cleveland.
  4. Speaking of picking on Cleveland, he is an asshole who seems to act like a dick to Cleveland.
  5. He is a Karma Houdini, as he never gets punished for his actions (apart from being spanked by LeVar).
  6. Because of the fact that he lost a dance to LeVar and Evelyn, he shows so much immaturity and divorces Donna because of that. How immature is this guy?
  7. He constantly gets himself into trouble and always needs Cleveland for everything, showing that he keeps relying on other people.
  8. He's basically Glenn Quagmire but Black as he is always hitting up on women, but he also lacks what made Quagmire a Great Character and is unoriginal overall.
  9. He always cheated on Donna during their marriage and doesn't seem to care.
  10. He is so neglectful to his children to the point that he keeps forgetting the names of his children and his step-son.
    1. In the pilot episode, he thought Rallo was in 6th grade and thought his name was Rerun and doesn't even know what grade or school Roberta is in.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Corey Holcomb does a good job voicing him.
  2. He and Rallo have good chemistry and genuinely are good whenever they're together.