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'The Cleveland Show' Makes Fun Of Vegan Barbecues

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Oh, Seth MacFarlane, you’re always causin’ trouble!

On last night’s episode of The Cleveland Show, the title character Cleveland Brown poked fun of vegan barbecues, claiming “they just don’t feel right.”

During a “flashback” segment, Cleveland gets whisked away to a picnic, where a new age-looking man is grilling up fake meat.

“Alright, not-dogs and sham-burgers are ready,” the man announces while handing Cleveland a sandwich. “Hey, bro, you want some fakon on that?”

Frustrated, Cleveland forces the man’s hand down on the grill and yells, “Smell that? That’s meat burning.” The vegan grill master finally concedes, saying, “That smells so good.”

Hardy-Har-Har! While we have no problem poking fun at ourselves, we challenge anyone to a vegan barbeque cook-off — even you, Mr. MacFarlane!

Do you think vegan barbecues are ridiculous or right on point? Check out the clip below and share your thoughts!

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