Donna Tubbs-Brown is Cleveland Brown's second wife, after his first wife Loretta had an affair with one of Cleveland's old friends, Glenn Quagmire, causing them to divorce. She works as the principal's assistant at Stoolbend High School. She has two children from her previous marriage to Robert Tubbs, named Roberta and Rallo. As a result of her marriage to Cleveland, she has gained a stepson Cleveland Brown, Jr..
She appears in "The Splendid Source", having dinner with Cleveland's old friends. She still wants a real wedding gift. The Griffins, Swansons, and Quagmire had attended Cleveland and Donna's wedding in the pilot of The Cleveland Show.
Fed up with Cleveland's suggestion that he do more activities with Lois in "Dr. C & The Women", Peter threatens to tell Donna about Cleveland sleeping with a stripper at his bachelor party, causing him to run and hide. After being gone for two days, Donna calls Lois who sends Peter out to search for him.
Donna appears at Peter's imagined funeral in "#JOLO". In addition, Cleveland mentions that Donna's "fat aunt" is visiting. The only aunt shown originally in The Cleveland Show was her "Auntie Mama", who was actually her Uncle Kevin in disguise to give her a female role model.
Donna attends Peter's backyard picnic with her family in "Hot Pocket-Dial". Later, Peter and Lois share a laugh over her wearing of shiny gold shorts during a parent-teacher conference.
For more information, see Donna's page on The Cleveland Show Wiki.
- FG819 "The Splendid Source"
- FG1008 "Cool Hand Peter"
- FG1206 "Life of Brian"
- FG1218 "Baby Got Black"
- FG1220 "He's Bla-ack!"
- FG1305 "Turkey Guys"
- FG1310 "Quagmire's Mom"
- FG1313 "Dr. C & The Women" (mentioned)
- FG1314 "#JOLO"
- FG1316 "Roasted Guy"
- FG1317 "Fighting Irish"
- FG1318 "Take My Wife"
- FG1401 "Pilling Them Softly"
- FG1406 "Peter's Sister"
- FG1407 "Hot Pocket-Dial"
- FG1409 "A Shot in the Dark"
- FG1410 "Candy Quahog Marshmallow!" (mentioned)
- FG1411 "The Peanut Butter Kid"
- FG1416 "The Heartbreak Dog"
- FG1418 "The New Adventures of Old Tom"