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Cheers (1982)

The story about a blue-collar Boston bar run by former sports star Sam Malone and the quirky and wonderful people who worked and drank there.

Writing:
  • Glen Charles
  • Les Charles
  • James Burrows
Stars:
Release Date: Thu, Sep 30, 1982

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 24

Ted Danson
Sam Malone
Kirstie Alley
Rebecca Howe
Rhea Perlman
Carla Tortelli
George Wendt
Norm Peterson
Kelsey Grammer
Frasier Crane
Bebe Neuwirth
Lilith Sternin

Season 11:

The Little Match Girl
Episode 1: The Little Match Girl (Sep 24, 1992)
Rebecca's smoking gets her into big trouble when she accidentally starts a fire in the bar, and blames it on faulty wiring.
The Beer is Always Greener
Episode 2: The Beer is Always Greener (Oct 01, 1992)
Carla is forced to clean up her act and behave nicely when she's forced to find another job while Cheers is being rebuilt. Woody's faith in Kelly is shaken when he learns they have religious differences.
The King of Beers
Episode 3: The King of Beers (Oct 08, 1992)
Norm's new job seems like a dream come true when he becomes a beer taster at a brewery. Rebecca finds she can't tear herself away from the bar's new slot machine.
The Magnificent Six
Episode 4: The Magnificent Six (Oct 22, 1992)
Henrí challenges Sam to a contest to see who's the bigger ladies' man. Rebecca resorts to desperate measures in her quest to quit smoking.
Do Not Forsake Me O' My Postman
Episode 5: Do Not Forsake Me O' My Postman (Oct 29, 1992)
Maggie returns to Cheers and Cliffie, this time claiming she's carrying his baby. Rebecca hires a hack songwriter to create a jingle for the bar.
Teaching with the Enemy
Episode 6: Teaching with the Enemy (Nov 05, 1992)
Rebecca spots Lilith with another man, and doesn't know whether to tell Frasier. Later, Lilith confesses to Frasier that she cheated on him - once. Frasier is devastated, and after he and Lilith talk about it, Frasier asks Lilith to tell her lover the affair is over. Lilith goes to see him - and then comes back saying she wants to leave Frasier. Meanwhile Sam hires a bouncer named Tiny, but can't bring himself to fire Tiny when nobody wants to go near him.
The Girl in the Plastic Bubble
Episode 7: The Girl in the Plastic Bubble (Nov 12, 1992)
Lilith informs Frasier that she wants to spend a year away from him, sealed in a biosphere with her lover. Frasier reacts to this like any trained psychiatrist - he steps onto the ledge of Melville's and threatens to jump if Lilith leaves him. Lilith and Sam manage to talk him down, but Lilith insists their marriage is over. Once Lilith has gone, Frasier's friends rally round in support of him.
Ill-Gotten Gaines
Episode 8: Ill-Gotten Gaines (Nov 19, 1992)
Kelly's father is convinced that Woody has blackmail on his mind when Woody sees Mr. Gaines cheating on his wife. Rebecca plans to hold a Thanksgiving dinner at the bar.
Feelings... Whoa, Whoa, Whoa
Episode 9: Feelings... Whoa, Whoa, Whoa (Dec 03, 1992)
Carla tries to hide her feelings when John Hill has a heart attack. Cliff believes that Hitler has moved into his building.
Daddy's Little Middle-Aged Girl
Episode 10: Daddy's Little Middle-Aged Girl (Dec 10, 1992)
Rebecca's father attempts to make her return with him to San Diego while Woody tries to exert his will over Kelly, to make her move her things to his apartment.
Love Me, Love My Car
Episode 11: Love Me, Love My Car (Dec 17, 1992)
Sam gets cold feet about selling his beloved car, and goes so far as to romance the buyer's widow to get it back. Rebecca befriends a pig destined to be Woody's Christmas dinner.
Sunday Dinner
Episode 12: Sunday Dinner (Jan 07, 1993)
Frasier decides to start dating other women now that Lilith has left him and Frederick, and makes a date with his secretary, Shauna. He arrives at Shauna's house only to discover that Shauna is just using him to annoy her parents as they are not letting her see her boyfriend - who then turns up unannounced. Meanwhile, Cheers is hosting a family reunion, and Cliff and Norm are videotaping it, but then discover the camera was never switched on and have to try and recreate the video without anyone realising.
Norm's Big Audit
Episode 13: Norm's Big Audit (Jan 14, 1993)
Norm can avoid an audit, if he'll just sleep with his investigating IRS agent. Sam is very reluctant to let the gang watch a videotape of one of his old games.
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar
Episode 14: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar (Jan 21, 1993)
Robin turns up with bad news and good news. The bad news is he's broke, flat, busted. The good news is he's remembered that a money belt stuffed with cash is hidden in the bar somewhere.
Loathe and Marriage
Episode 15: Loathe and Marriage (Feb 04, 1993)
Carla's daughter insists on having her father walk her down the aisle, despite Carla's objections.
Is There a Doctor in the Howe?
Episode 16: Is There a Doctor in the Howe? (Feb 11, 1993)
Frasier is upset when he hears that Lilith now officially want s a divorce. The staff at Cheers decide to hold a ""happy divorce"" party to cheer him up, and at the party, whilst Woody drinks too much and becomes a mean drunk, Frasier gets drunk. Afterwards Rebecca drives him home, but they end up in bed together. However, first the gang pop around to check Frasier is OK - and to watch ""The 3 Stooges"" - but just when they leave, who should show up but Lilith, who has escaped from the eco-pod...
The Bar Manager, The Shrink, His Wife and Her Lover
Episode 17: The Bar Manager, The Shrink, His Wife and Her Lover (Feb 18, 1993)
After returning to Boston only to discover Frasier in bed with Rebecca, Lilith comes to Cheers to seek Sam's advice. Frasier comes after her, and Rebecca shows up as well to explain. Frasier says he can't take Lilith back after what she did - just as her lover, Dr Pascal, shows up and takes the gang as hostages unless Lilith returns to him. When Paul and John Allen Hill show up and also get taken as hostages, Lilith has to persuade Pascal to let them all go, and that she doesn't want to go back. Plus will she reconcille with Frasier?
The Last Picture Show
Episode 18: The Last Picture Show (Feb 25, 1993)
Sam puts the bar's former owner in charge while he and the guys go to a drive-in theater.
Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey
Episode 19: Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey (Mar 18, 1993)
Sam enlists Harry the Hat to help win the latest war of practical jokes between Cheers and Gary's Old Towne Tavern.
Look Before You Sleep
Episode 20: Look Before You Sleep (Apr 01, 1993)
Sam locks his keys in the bar, meaning he can't go home. He goes to Carla's to get her keys to the bar, but Woody has them. Carla offers Sam her couch for the night, but John Allen Hill is there so Sam heads off. He visits the houses of Cliff, Norm and Frasier before finally ending up in Rebecca's house.
Woody Gets an Election
Episode 21: Woody Gets an Election (Apr 22, 1993)
Frasier decides to conduct an experiment in voter psychology by getting Woody on the ballot for city council.
It's Lonely on the Top
Episode 22: It's Lonely on the Top (Apr 29, 1993)
A night of drinking leads to some surprises and revelations when Carla tells Sam that she drunkenly slept with one of the regulars that night - but can't remember who! Could it be Norm, or Cliff, or Frasier, or what about the most unlikely person in the bar she could have slept with - Paul.....?
Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses, Part 1
Episode 23: Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses, Part 1 (May 06, 1993)
After Woody, Kelly and her father Lloyd arrive at Cheers talking about classical music (they'd been to a symphony), Rebecca joins in the conversation and impresses Lloyd. He invites her to a society function. Rebecca thinks it is a date and is thrilled to bits - but is in for a shock when she arrives. Meanwhile Esther Clavin has been put in a retirement home by Cliff, but whilst Cliff feels guilty, the others think he has murdered his mother.
Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses, Part 2
Episode 24: Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses, Part 2 (May 06, 1993)
After Woody, Kelly and her father Lloyd arrive at Cheers talking about classical music (they'd been to a symphony), Rebecca joins in the conversation and impresses Lloyd. He invites her to a society function. Rebecca thinks it is a date and is thrilled to bits - but is in for a shock when she arrives. Meanwhile Esther Clavin has been put in a retirement home by Cliff, but whilst Cliff feels guilty, the others think he has murdered his mother.
The Guy Can't Help It
Episode 25: The Guy Can't Help It (May 13, 1993)
Rebecca finds herself really attracted to a handsome plumber. Sam joins a help group for sexual compulsives.
One for the Road, Part 1
Episode 26: One for the Road, Part 1 (May 20, 1993)
Whilst watching the National Cable Ace Awards, the gang sees ex-waitress Diane Chambers winning the award for best writing in a mini-series. This leads to Sam calling Diane to congratulate her, and to find out that she is married and has children. Sam tells her Diane that he too has a wife and kids, and invites Diane and her husband to visit them. Sam strongly believes Diane is lying and becomes really shocked when she walks into Cheers the following day to meet Mrs Malone. Meanwhile Rebecca's boyfriend Don proposes to her and she accidently says no, ends up heartbroken and agrees to play Sam's wife to fool Diane. Sam and Rebecca have dinner with Diane and her husband, Reed Manchester. During the dinner Don arrives and proposes to her again, and this time she manages to say yes! They leave the dinner, and Sam thinks he must look like a fool. Then Diane's husband turns out to be a fake when *his* husband Kevin appears! Now alone, Sam and Diane reminisce about the good old times, and end
One for the Road, Part 2
Episode 27: One for the Road, Part 2 (May 20, 1993)
Whilst watching the National Cable Ace Awards, the gang sees ex-waitress Diane Chambers winning the award for best writing in a mini-series. This leads to Sam calling Diane to congratulate her, and to find out that she is married and has children. Sam tells her Diane that he too has a wife and kids, and invites Diane and her husband to visit them. Sam strongly believes Diane is lying and becomes really shocked when she walks into Cheers the following day to meet Mrs Malone. Meanwhile Rebecca's boyfriend Don proposes to her and she accidently says no, ends up heartbroken and agrees to play Sam's wife to fool Diane. Sam and Rebecca have dinner with Diane and her husband, Reed Manchester. During the dinner Don arrives and proposes to her again, and this time she manages to say yes! They leave the dinner, and Sam thinks he must look like a fool. Then Diane's husband turns out to be a fake when *his* husband Kevin appears! Now alone, Sam and Diane reminisce about the good old times, and end
One for the Road, Part 3
Episode 28: One for the Road, Part 3 (May 20, 1993)
Whilst watching the National Cable Ace Awards, the gang sees ex-waitress Diane Chambers winning the award for best writing in a mini-series. This leads to Sam calling Diane to congratulate her, and to find out that she is married and has children. Sam tells her Diane that he too has a wife and kids, and invites Diane and her husband to visit them. Sam strongly believes Diane is lying and becomes really shocked when she walks into Cheers the following day to meet Mrs Malone. Meanwhile Rebecca's boyfriend Don proposes to her and she accidently says no, ends up heartbroken and agrees to play Sam's wife to fool Diane. Sam and Rebecca have dinner with Diane and her husband, Reed Manchester. During the dinner Don arrives and proposes to her again, and this time she manages to say yes! They leave the dinner, and Sam thinks he must look like a fool. Then Diane's husband turns out to be a fake when *his* husband Kevin appears! Now alone, Sam and Diane reminisce about the good old times, and end

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