Cheers—where everybody knows your name! Set in a Boston tavern where beer and laughs flow freely, 'Cheers' was honored with dozens of Emmy and Golden Globe awards during its 11-season run. The ensemble cast includes Sam Malone (Ted Danson), the bar's owner and retired Red Sox pitcher, loyal patrons Norm Peterson (George Wendt), Cliff Clavin (John Ratzenberger) and a young Dr. Fraiser Crane (Kelsey Grammer), the always proper Diane (Shelly Long), Coach (Nicholas Colasanto), sassy waitress Carla (Rhea Perlman), Rebecca (Kristie Alley) and the simple but sweet Woody (Woody Harrelson).
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If you grew up in the '80s, these TV themes were your jam.
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your 'Cheers' name.
The clicker is in your hands.
Does everybody know their names?
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Try to guess the classic series from one picture from the credits roll.
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We bet we can tell which TV character best matches your personality.
We give you one frame, you have to guess the show. Good luck!
Let's see if we can find it out based on 10 simple questions.
We wanna know: Do you know everybody's name?
We show you a picture of TV children. You name their daddy.
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Remember when there were only three TV networks to choose from?
Do you remember what came after the closing credits?
Does Andy, Gilligan, or Lucy have the higher rating?
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Novel costumes include Pinocchio and the tornado from 'Twister.'
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The Emmy-winning sitcom actor passed away at 69.
Harrelson instantly proved his talent was nothing to sneeze at.
The front door was not up to code.
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Not all ideas are born in Hollywood.
Stay tuned for more fun and frights.
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Sam, Diane, Carla and Norm are coming to a town near you!
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You might be surprised to see which ones were on top.
"Uncle Sam Malone" was made to promote U.S. savings bonds.
Which television actor is from your state?
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You won't believe which show used Los Angeles City Hall as an office building.
Soon you'll be able to spend a night with Sam, Diane, Norm and Carla.
We're still mourning the loss of Hoss, Coach and Mr. Hooper.
These characters played important roles, but they have yet to be seen.
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Because Mary Richards and the Skipper deserve it.
Mrs. Garrett was working hard in the 1980s.
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