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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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Season 1
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  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6
  • Season 7
  • Season 8
  • Season 9
  • Season 10
  • Season 11

Ep 1: Give Me a Ring Sometime

Stuffy and sophisticated, Diane Chambers is dumped by her fiancé in a blue-collar Boston bar, where she meets baseball star-turned-bar-owner Sam Malone. Aired: 9/30/1982

Ep 2: Sam's Women

Diane's teasing about the air-headed women Sam dates sends him looking for a date on a higher cerebral plane. Also, an old customer insists he must see the former owner to discuss his personal problems. Aired: 10/7/1982

Ep 3: The Tortelli Tort

Carla's fiery temper almost costs Sam the bar when she attacks an obnoxious Yankees fan. Diane offers to help by suggesting Carla seek anger management. Aired: 10/14/1982

Ep 4: Sam at Eleven

Sam realizes how much he misses his former sports celebrity status when a local newscaster asks to interview him again. Aired: 10/21/1982

Ep 5: Coach's Daughter

Coach's daughter brings the obnoxious lout she plans to marry to meet her father. Aired: 10/28/1982

Ep 6: Any Friend of Diane's

Diane becomes upset when Sam hits on an old friend of hers who's on the rebound from an unhappy love affair. Aired: 11/4/1982

Ep 7: Friends, Romans, Accountants

Norm tries to make points with the boss by planning the annual office party at Cheers and arranging for Diane to be the old man's "date." Aired: 11/11/1982

Ep 8: Truce or Consequences

Carla tells Diane a shocking secret about her relationship with Sam. It's an outright lie, but Carla does it just to prove that Diane can't keep a secret and will never be her real friend. Aired: 11/18/1982

Ep 9: Coach Returns to Action

Coach and Sam become unlikely romantic rivals for Coach's new neighbor. Aired: 11/25/1982

Ep 10: Endless Slumper

Sam gets a phonecall from an old baseball friend, Rick Walker, who has been having a lousy season. He wonders what he should do, and Sam tries to help but can't think of what to do. He suggests getting a lucky charm, and Coach says that Sam used to have one. It turns out Sam still does—a bottle cap, which he says he found. Sam lends Rick the cap and Rick's performance improves greatly, while Sam goes through a period of very bad luck. When Sam find out that Rick lost the bottle cap, he gets depressed, as Diane finds out that it was in fact the cap off the last bottle of beer Sam ever drank. Aired: 12/2/1982

Ep 11: One for the Book

While Diane keeps notes on bar conversation, a novice comes in for one final fling before entering a monastery and a World War I doughboy shows up for a very small reunion. Aired: 12/9/1982

Ep 12: The Spy Who Came in for a Cold One

The bar patrons are all enthralled by the mysterious gentleman who claims to be a secret agent. Aired: 12/16/1982

Ep 13: Now Pitching, Sam Malone

Sam lets the sexy appeal of an agent and the glamour of the public spotlight lure him into being a TV pitchman. Aired: 1/6/1983

Ep 14: Let Me Count the Ways

Diane looks to her friends for comfort when her cat dies, but finds everyone too enthralled by a Celtics game to notice. Aired: 1/13/1983

Ep 15: Father Knows Last

Carla reveals she's pregnant but fools another man into thinking he's the father. Aired: 1/20/1983

Ep 16: The Boys in the Bar

Cheers' regulars fear the place may become a gay hangout after an old friend and teammate of Sam's reveals his homosexuality in a tell-all book. Aired: 1/27/1983

Ep 17: Diane's Perfect Date

Sam and Diane dare each other to find the other's perfect date, but Sam's last minute choice doesn't quite measure up. Aired: 2/10/1983

Ep 18: No Contest

Sam enters Diane in the "Miss Boston Barmaid" contest without telling her. Aired: 2/17/1983

Ep 19: Pick a Con... Any Con

When Sam learns that a conman has taken thousands of dollars from Coach, he turns to Harry "The Hat" to help them get the money back. Aired: 2/24/1983

Ep 20: Someone Single, Someone Blue

Diane's mother turns up at Cheers with the news that Diane must marry before the next day or her mother will lose her share of Diane's father's estate. Aired: 3/3/1983

Ep 21: Showdown: Part 1

Sam becomes jealous when his impressive older brother Derek drops by the bar and charms everyone including a smitten Diane. Aired: 3/24/1983

Ep 22: Showdown: Part 2

Diane's fascination with Sam's older brother brings their long simmering relationship to a boil when the sibling asks Diane to go to Paris with him. Aired: 3/31/1983

Ep 23: Power Play

The regular gang finds Sam and Diane's romance hard to believe, a view apparently shared by Diane, who throws Sam out of her apartment after only five minutes. Aired: 9/29/1983

Ep 24: Little Sister, Don't Cha

Carla goes on a maternity leave, and is replaced by her supposedly shy and innocent sister. Aired: 10/13/1983

Ep 25: Personal Business

Diane, angry at the implication that she couldn't hold a job anywhere but Cheers, leaves for a better position and Norm leaves Vera. Aired: 10/20/1983

Ep 26: Homicidal Ham

Andy, the ex-con Sam arranged as a blind date for Diane, returns to Cheers to show off his acting ability. Aired: 10/27/1983

Ep 27: Sumner's Return

Diane's intellectual former fiancé returns to reclaim her, which puts Sam into an anxiety attack when he tries to measure up by reading Tolstoy. Aired: 11/3/1983

Ep 28: Affairs of the Heart

Carla rejects a man interested in her romantically, convinced that he must have some "fatal flaw" to find her attractive. Aired: 11/10/1983

Ep 29: Old Flames

Sam's old buddy, Dave Richards, bets Sam he can break up his romance with Diane within 24 hours and it looks like a sure thing when Diane learns he still has his little black book. Aired: 11/17/1983

Ep 30: Manager Coach

Coach becomes a slave driver when he's put in charge of a little league team. Aired: 11/24/1983

Ep 31: They Called Me Mayday

Sam and Diane go to work after Dick Cavett suggests that Sam's autobiography might sell, and Norm confronts an old flame of Vera's who's interested in her again. Aired: 12/1/1983

Ep 32: How Do I Love Thee?...Let Me Call You Back

Sam casually tells Diane he loves her and sends her deep into an introspective analysis of their relationship. Aired: 12/8/1983

Ep 33: Just Three Friends

Diane is at first incredulous then furious when it becomes apparent that Sam and her old school chum find each other very attractive. Aired: 12/15/1983

Ep 34: Where There's a Will

Sam lets a dying man tend bar just for fun, but the man leaves the bar patrons $100,000 in a paper napkin will. Aired: 12/22/1983

Ep 35: Battle of the Exes

Not wanting to appear lonely and dateless while going to her ex-husband's wedding ceremony, Carla asks Sam to accompany her. Aired: 1/5/1984

Ep 36: No Help Wanted

Sam regrets asking Norm to do his taxes when the out-of-work accountant comes up with a five figure refund. Aired: 1/12/1984

Ep 37: And Coachie Makes Three

Sam and Diane want to spend some time alone together, but the lonely Coach keeps joining them, not realizing he is spoiling things for them. Rather than hurt his feelings by asking him not to bother them, Sam and Diane decide to set him up with a woman so they will be left in peace. Aired: 1/19/1984

Ep 38: Cliff's Rocky Moment

Cliff's know-it-all attitude finally gets him into a fight with another patron. Aired: 1/26/1984

Ep 39: Fortune and Men's Weight

Coach is conned into buying an old scale that prints out fortunes, and the Cheers gang find their fortunes coming true. Meanwhile, Norm and Vera make progress in their relationship. Aired: 2/2/1984

Ep 40: Snow Job

Sam lies to Diane about the weekend he has planned: chasing snow bunnies in Vermont. Aired: 2/9/1984

Ep 41: Coach Buries a Grudge

An old friend of Coach has died and Coach decides to hold a memorial to him in the bar, inviting all their old friends. But then Coach discovers his late friend made a pass at his late wife. Aired: 2/16/1984

Ep 42: Norman's Conquest

The regulars push Norm into pursuing an attractive new client who seems to be interested in him. Aired: 2/23/1984

Ep 43: I'll Be Seeing You: Part 1

Diane is offended when Sam agrees to be featured in a magazine as an eligible bachelor. Meanwhile, Semenko, a pretentious artist, wants to make Diane the subject of his next work of art. Aired: 5/3/1984

Ep 44: I'll Be Seeing You: Part 2

Sam commissions a portrait of Diane from an artist so obnoxious that he soon forbids Diane to continue posing for him, an order Diane won't accept. Aired: 5/10/1984

Ep 45: Rebound: Part 1

Coach asks Diane to return to Cheers from her self-imposed "vacation" to help Sam, who has fallen off the wagon. Aired: 9/27/1984

Ep 46: Rebound: Part 2

Thanks to Dr. Frasier Crane, Sam is back on his way to becoming sober and stable again but Diane, who's taken her old job back, has yet to tell Sam that she's now involved with the doctor. Aired: 10/4/1984

Ep 47: I Call Your Name

Frasier asks Sam for some advice about his more intimate relationship with Diane and Cliff hides out from a vengeful fellow postal employee. Aired: 10/18/1984

Ep 48: Fairy Tales Can Come True

Cliff meets a woman during a costume party at Cheers that he likes very much, but he's afraid to see her again as himself. Aired: 10/25/1984

Ep 49: Sam Turns the Other Cheek

Sam makes up an elaborate story to explain how he got shot in the rear end, not wanting to tell everyone the real reason—he was shot at by a jealous husband. Aired: 11/1/1984

Ep 50: Coach in Love: Part 1

Coach falls in love with a woman who agrees to marry him while Sam strikes out with her daughter. Aired: 11/8/1984

Ep 51: Coach in Love: Part 2

The gang is furious when Irene dumps Coach after she wins the lottery. But when Coach refuses to believe that Irene is really gone, everyone worries that he's living in a state of denial. Aired: 11/15/1984

Ep 52: Diane Meets Mom

Diane meets Frasier's mother, who quietly threatens to kill Diane if she doesn't leave Frasier alone. Aired: 11/22/1984

Ep 53: An American Family

Nick returns and demands of Carla a more equitable division of their marital property: namely him getting custody of one of their kids, a demand to which Carla agrees. Aired: 11/29/1984

Ep 54: Diane's Allergy

Diane suffers a mysterious allergic reaction after moving in with Frasier. Aired: 12/6/1984

Ep 55: Peterson Crusoe

Norm becomes aware of his own mortality and decides to throw it all in and take off for Bora Bora. Aired: 12/13/1984

Ep 56: A Ditch in Time

Sam meets one of Diane's intense friends, who has her parents over to meet Sam, their future son-in-law, hours after their first date. Aired: 12/20/1984

Ep 57: Whodunit?

Much to Frasier's horror, his psychiatry mentor becomes involves with Carla and asks her to marry him. But she doesn't want to, even though she has just found out that she is pregnant with his baby. Aired: 1/3/1985

Ep 58: The Heart is a Lonely Snipe Hunter

The guys take Frasier on a "snipe" hunt in the woods after Diane asks them to include the psychologist in their masculine pursuits. Aired: 1/10/1985

Ep 59: King of the Hill

Sam returns to the mound for a charity softball game against Playboy bunnies, but his competitive spirit ruins the day when he strikes them all out. Aired: 1/24/1985

Ep 60: Teacher's Pet

Sam gets Coach to help him pass a geography class and get his high school diploma. But he eventually finds an easier way to pass the course. Aired: 1/31/1985

Ep 61: The Mail Goes to Jail

Norm gets arrested when he finishes the route for an ill Cliff, but Cliff refuses to back up Norm's explanation to the authorities. Aired: 2/7/1985

Ep 62: Behind Every Great Man

Sam faces the ultimate challenge to his skills as a male animal; a lady reporter who has been investigating the Boston singles scene and has heard every line in the book. Aired: 2/21/1985

Ep 63: If Ever I Would Leave You

After his second wife Loretta kicks him out, Carla's ex-husband, Nick Tortelli, comes to Cheers asking Carla to take him back. Aired: 2/28/1985

Ep 64: The Executive's Executioner

Norm is promoted to company hatchet man because of his unique style for letting people go. Aired: 3/7/1985

Ep 65: Bar Bet

Sam stands to lose the bar to an old friend because of a bet that he would marry Jacqueline Bissett before a certain date. Aired: 3/14/1985

Ep 66: Cheerio, Cheers

Diane announces that she is leaving Cheers forever to go to Europe with Frasier. Aired: 4/11/1985

Ep 67: The Bartender's Tale

Sam hires a waitress that Carla considers to be a perfect replacement for Diane: she's smart, talented and charming, and Sam doesn't want to sleep with her. But then her sexy daughter shows up at the bar and potentially ruins everything. Aired: 4/18/1985

Ep 68: The Belles of St. Clete's

Carla calls together her former classmates from St. Clete's School for Wayward Girls to plot revenge on their former sadistic principal whom she spots drinking at Cheers. Aired: 5/2/1985

Ep 69: Rescue Me

Frasier proposes to Diane while they're in Italy and she makes an emergency call to Sam, hoping he'll talk her out of it. Aired: 5/9/1985

Ep 70: Birth, Death, Love and Rice

After the sad passing away of Coach, Sam hires a new bartender in Woody Boyd, Coach's pen pal who has moved to Boston. Frasier arrives back from Europe with the news that Diane left him at the altar for six months of decadent living across Europe and is now seeking renewal in a Boston monastery. Aired: 9/26/1985

Ep 71: Woody Goes Belly Up

The gang brings Woody's old girlfriend to Boston to visit him, and Frasier, still not yet confident about returning to psychiatry, decides to pay his bar bill by working as a janitor. Aired: 10/3/1985

Ep 72: Someday My Prince Will Come

Diane fantasizes over an expensive coat left behind by a patron and agrees to go out with whoever claims it. Aired: 10/17/1985

Ep 73: The Groom Wore Clearasil

Carla asks Sam to tell her teenage son about the joys of bachelorhood and to discourage his urge to get married. Aired: 10/24/1985

Ep 74: Diane's Nightmare

Diane spends a dark and stormy night worrying that Andy Schroeder has escaped and is out to kill her. Aired: 10/31/1985

Ep 75: I Will Gladly Pay You Tuesday

Sam loans Diane $500 to buy a book autographed by Ernest Hemmingway. She later gives the book to Sam as collateral until she pays back the loan, but Sam accidentally destroys it. Aired: 11/7/1985

Ep 76: 2 Good 2 Be 4 Real

Sam and the gang make up an answer to Carla's ad in the personal column to lift her spirits. Aired: 11/14/1985

Ep 77: Love Thy Neighbor

Norm fears Vera may be having an affair with his neighbor, and Sam wastes his time as a radio sports commentator apologizing to Diane. Aired: 11/21/1985

Ep 78: From Beer to Eternity

Sam has to convince Woody to help Cheers win a bowling match with Gary's Olde Towne Tap, a rival bar. Aired: 11/28/1985

Ep 79: The Barstoolie

Cliff refuses to identify himself to his estranged father when the man comes to Cheers with an important message for his son. Aired: 12/5/1985

Ep 80: Don Juan is Hell

Diane uses Sam as a case study for a paper in her human sexuality class, but she paints an unflattering picture of him. Meanwhile, Woody challenges Carla to a sports trivia contest, and Cliff grows a unique squash. Aired: 12/12/1985

Ep 81: Fools and Their Money

Sam thinks he's doing Woody a favor by not placing a bet for the young man, but the long shot comes in and Sam has to pay off. Aired: 12/19/1985

Ep 82: Take My Shirt, Please

Sam donates his old Red Sox jersey for a public television auction, but is humiliated when nobody bids on it. Aired: 1/9/1986

Ep 83: Suspicion

Diane arranges for a stranger to come into Cheers as part of an experiment in paranoid behavior, but then she provides an even better example as she waits for the gang to get back at her. Aired: 1/16/1986

Ep 84: The Triangle

Diane and Sam try to rebuild Frasier's shattered ego when he starts drinking too much. Aired: 1/23/1986

Ep 85: Cliffie's Big Score

Cliff has two dates for the postman's ball: Carla and Diane. Aired: 1/30/1986

Ep 86: Second Time Around

Frasier has been out on a date with a fellow psychiatrist, Dr. Lilith Sternin, but things didn't go too well. Frasier feels depressed, so feeling sorry for him, Sam arranges a date between Frasier and a woman he knows named Candy. But Sam and Diane get a surprise when Frasier proposes to Candy after just one date. Aired: 2/6/1986

Ep 87: The Peterson Principle

Norm gets some dirt on his main competitor for a promotion but hesitates to use it. Aired: 2/13/1986

Ep 88: Dark Imaginings

After trying (and failing) to hit on a pretty female customer, Sam feels like he is over the hill and challenges Woody to a racquetball game. Unfortunately Sam ends up hurting himself and has to take a trip to the hospital. Aired: 2/20/1986

Ep 89: Save the Last Dance For Me

Carla asks Sam to partner her in a dance contest where their main competition is Nick and Loretta. Aired: 2/27/1986

Ep 90: Fear is My Co-Pilot

A flying daredevil that Diane barnstormed with across Europe takes her and Sam for a ride and dies at 20,000 feet up. Aired: 3/13/1986

Ep 91: Diane Chambers Day

Diane feels depressed and left out of the gang's activities so Frasier organizes a day just for her—at the opera. Aired: 3/20/1986

Ep 92: Relief Bartender

Woody fears for his job when Sam hires a second bartender. Aired: 3/27/1986

Ep 93: Strange Bedfellows: Part 1

Local councilwoman Janet Eldridge comes to Cheers as part of her re-election campaign, and Sam finds himself smitten with her. Janet and Sam become a couple, but a jealous Diane joins the opposition campaign fearing that if Janet wins the election, she will win Sam's heart as well. Meanwhile Frasier also joins the opposition campaign hoping to win Diane back. Aired: 5/1/1986

Ep 94: Strange Bedfellows: Part 2

Sam and Janet's relationship is getting stronger and stronger while Diane gets more jealous. Janet suggests that Sam fire Diane to sever all ties with his past, but Diane overhears and quits before he can fire her. Vera's sister, Donna, is visiting the Petersons and Norm is worried that Donna will flirt with him like she did on her last visit. Aired: 5/8/1986

Ep 95: Strange Bedfellows: Part 3

Janet has won the election and is hosting her press conference at Cheers. Diane turns up to apologise to Sam but ends up asking Janet some personal questions, which causes Sam to throw her out of the bar. Later, Sam and Janet talk and realize their relationship won't work, so they break it off. Sam then picks up the telephone, rings someone and then asks them to marry him. Aired: 5/15/1986

Ep 96: The Proposal

We find out who Sam's telephone proposal at the end of the last episode was to: Diane. But Diane fears that Sam is meerely on the rebound after breaking up with Janet, so asks him to repeat the proposal in a more romantic occasion, but when he does (on a boat), she refuses, causing Sam to make her walk the plank. Later Diane says she does want to get married, but Sam has now retracted the proposal. Aired: 9/25/1986

Ep 97: The Cape Cad

Diane follows Sam to Cape Cod in an effort to ruin his weekend with another woman. Aired: 10/2/1986

Ep 98: Money Dearest

Cliff's ecstatic when his mother decides to marry a wealthy man until the groom decides to give it all away to charity. Aired: 10/9/1986

Ep 99: Abnormal Psychology

Diane tries to help Lilith, the lady psychologist attracted to Frasier, to soften her appearance and surprise Frasier during their television debate. Aired: 10/16/1986

Ep 100: House of Horrors With Formal Dining and Used Brick

Cliff finds a reasonably priced older home for Carla to buy that turns out to be haunted. Aired: 10/30/1986

Ep 101: Tan N' Wash

The gang insists on getting in on Norm's new business investment, but then complains bitterly when it looks like a washout. Aired: 11/6/1986

Ep 102: Young Dr. Weinstein

Stung by Diane's attitude, Sam tries to impress her by getting reservations at the most exclusive restaurant in Boston. Aired: 11/13/1986

Ep 103: Knights of the Scimitar

Cliff prods a reluctant Norm to join his lodge and Sam thinks Diane has invented a suitor to make him jealous. Aired: 11/20/1986

Ep 104: Thanksgiving Orphans

The gang gathers at Carla's house for a Thanksgiving dinner of frozen turkey and overdone peas. Aired: 11/27/1986

Ep 105: Everyone Imitates Art

Diane becomes obsessed with tracking down a poem she's sure Sam plagiarized and had published in a literary magazine that has repeatedly turned her work down. Aired: 12/4/1986

Ep 106: The Book of Samuel

Woody delves into Sam's legendary black book to find a date to impress his former girlfriend, who is coming to Cheers to introduce her fiancé. Aired: 12/11/1986

Ep 107: Dance, Diane, Dance

Frasier's effort to lighten a dance instructor's harsh criticism of Diane's efforts backfires when she decides to audition for the Boston Ballet. Aired: 12/18/1986

Ep 108: Chambers vs Malone

Diane waltzes into the bar full of cheer, announcing to Sam that she had a premonition that he would ask her to marry him today; he mocks her and laughs in her face. Superstitious Carla warns Sam not to test the fate of woman's intuition. Aired: 1/8/1987

Ep 109: Diamond Sam

Sam regrets trying to buy Diane an engagement ring that is a cheap imitation. Aired: 1/15/1987

Ep 110: Spellbound

Diane and Carla console Loretta, who has caught Nick cheating on her. They counsel her to stand on her own two feet and leave Nick. When Nick comes into the bar to claim her back, a chivalrous Sam stands up for her. Nick takes that as a sign that Sam has stolen Loretta from him. So Nick threatens to steal the same from Sam, that being Diane. Aired: 1/22/1987

Ep 111: Never Love a Goalie: Part 1

Carla falls for Eddie, a hockey goalie; meanwhile, Diane is foreman of a jury in an attempted murder trial. Aired: 1/29/1987

Ep 112: Never Love a Goalie: Part 2

Eddie's career was red-hot until he started dating Carla. The defendant in Diane's murder case comes to the bar. Aired: 2/5/1987

Ep 113: One Last Fling

Diane gives Sam 24 hours for a final fling before their wedding. Aired: 2/12/1987

Ep 114: Dog Bites Cliff

Cliff is thinking lawsuit after a dog bites him while delivering the mail, until he meets the dog's beautiful and cooperative owner. Aired: 2/18/1987

Ep 115: Dinner at Eight-ish

Frasier and Lilith invite Sam and Diane over for dinner to celebrate their first week of cohabitation. But things start going wrong when Lilith finds out Frasier and Diane were engaged, and she locks herself in the bathroom. Then Sam and Diane have an argument as well. Meanwhile Cliff agrees to babysit Carla's kids. Aired: 2/26/1987

Ep 116: Simon Says

Diane badgers a noted British marriage counselor into seeing her and Sam for a pre-nuptial session, then refuses to heed his advice. Aired: 3/5/1987

Ep 117: The Godfather, Part III

Sam's goddaughter, Joyce Pantusso, (the late Coach's niece) has come to Boston for a visit. Not wanting her to get into trouble, Sam asks Woody to help her out and show her around—but Woody and Joyce have a surprise for Sam when they get engaged! Aired: 3/19/1987

Ep 118: Norm's First Hurrah

Norm elaborates on his new position with a top CPA firm and is caught in his little white lies when the gang decides to surprise him at work. Meanwhile Cliff finds a $20 bill, and Woody has lost one. Aired: 3/26/1987

Ep 119: Cheers: the Motion Picture

After Woody's Uncle Fergie has a mugging-filled trip to Boston, Woody's father thinks that Boston is too dangerous a place for his son and wants him to return back home to Indiana. The gang at the bar thinks that showing Woody's friends through the making of a home movie would settle Woody's father's concerns. Aired: 4/2/1987

Ep 120: A House is Not a Home

Diane is haunted by the memories of the couple who lived a long and happy life together in the home she and Sam have purchased. Aired: 4/30/1987

Ep 121: I Do and Adieu

Dr. Sumner Sloane returns to Cheers on Diane and Sam's wedding day to tell her that a publisher is interested in one of her class manuscripts if she can go to work immediately on rewrites. Aired: 5/7/1987

Ep 122: Home is the Sailor

Sam returns to Cheers six months after he sold it to a large corporation to pursue a life of leisure on board a new boat. Now the boat has sunk and he's looking for a job. Aired: 9/24/1987

Ep 123: 'I' on Sports

Sam tries to dodge his bar duties so he can fill in for a friend as a sports broadcaster. Aired: 10/1/1987

Ep 124: Little Carla, Happy at Last: Part 1

Carla and Eddie plan to get married if they can get past superstition, Eddie's mother, Carla's children and Rebecca's nerves as she waits for her boss to show up at the bar. Aired: 10/15/1987

Ep 125: Little Carla, Happy at Last: Part 2

Much to Carla's dismay, Eddie has called off the wedding thanks to his mother's disapproval of the bride. Now it's up to Sam to reunite the two superstitious lovebirds. Aired: 10/22/1987

Ep 126: The Crane Mutiny

The gang tries to convince Frasier that Rebecca desires him after he quarrels with Lilith and Rebecca replaces Sam's picture with one of herself. Aired: 10/29/1987

Ep 127: Paint Your Office

Norm gets to know Rebecca better when he paints her office as a way of paying off his bar tab. Aired: 11/5/1987

Ep 128: The Last Angry Mailman

Cliff is opposed to selling out the family home so a convenience store can be built there, but his mother is all for the idea. Meanwhile, the gang tries to find out about Rebecca's college nickname: "Backseat Becky." Aired: 11/12/1987

Ep 129: Bidding on the Boys

Sam and Woody are up for bids at a charity auction but less than thrilled at their new "owners." Aired: 11/19/1987

Ep 130: Pudd'nhead Boyd

Woody meets an elderly woman while wearing his makeup for the role of Mark Twain, and begins dating her. Aired: 11/26/1987

Ep 131: A Kiss is Still a Kiss

Rebecca asks an eager Sam to escort her to a company function to correct a false impression held by her boss. Aired: 12/3/1987

Ep 132: My Fair Clavin

Cliff helps his girlfriend improve her appearance then regrets it when all sorts start to hit on her, including Sam. Aired: 12/10/1987

Ep 133: Christmas Cheers

Christmas Eve is depressing at Cheers as Sam rushes to find Rebecca a gift, Rebecca makes everyone work late and Norm's Santa Claus buddies gather to celebrate the end of the season. Aired: 12/17/1987

Ep 134: Woody For Hire, Meets Norman of the Apes

Woody tries to convince his friends that he got a small part on 'Spenser: For Hire' and Cliff and Norm quarrel about a practical joke involving a chimpanzee. Aired: 1/7/1988

Ep 135: And God Created Woodman

Woody takes responsibility for a vase broken by Rebecca at a company party, and winds up pals with the big boss. Aired: 1/14/1988

Ep 136: Tale of Two Cuties

Annie Tortelli fills in for Carla at Cheers and Mr. Drake makes Rebecca turn green by personally hiring a pretty young woman to work at Cheers. Aired: 1/21/1988

Ep 137: Yacht of Fools

Rebecca thinks she's finally got a shot at Evan Drake when he invites her and Sam for a weekend aboard his yacht. Aired: 2/4/1988

Ep 138: To All the Girls I've Loved Before

Frasier's bachelor party turns out depressing and bleak while Lilith's shower threatens to burst into flames. Aired: 2/11/1988

Ep 139: Let Sleeping Drakes Lie

Rebecca moons over Evan Drake's bedroom as Norm repaints it, but she's caught when the man returns unexpectedly. Aired: 2/18/1988

Ep 140: Airport V

Carla tries to conquer her fear of flying with Frasier's help and Rebecca waits tensely for a visit from a restaurant critic. Aired: 2/25/1988

Ep 141: The Sam in the Gray Flannel Suit

Rebecca is hurt and jealous when Sam's promoted to corporate headquarters until she finds out why he was moved up. Aired: 3/3/1988

Ep 142: Our Hourly Bread

Rebecca decides to take Woody's suggestion of raffling off a Caribbean vacation to get the bar out of a slump. Aired: 3/10/1988

Ep 143: Slumber Party Massacred

Lilith and Rebecca throw a teenage slumber party to cheer up Carla after she learns she's soon going to be a grandmother. Aired: 3/24/1988

Ep 144: Bar Wars

The gang at Cheers declares war when rival bar, Gary's Olde Towne Tavern, steals the trophy celebrating their one and only sporting victory in a bowling tournament. Aired: 3/31/1988

Ep 145: The Big Kiss-Off

Sam and Woody wager over who can be the first to plant a three-second kiss on Rebecca. Aired: 4/28/1988

Ep 146: Backseat Becky, Up Front

Evan Drake wants to speak to Rebecca about something important. She thinks it is finally to tell her that he loves her. In her mind, all the signs are there. Aired: 5/5/1988

Ep 147: How to Recede in Business

Rebecca's life suffers a further disruption when Evan Drake's replacement makes Sam the new manager of Cheers. Aired: 10/27/1988

Ep 148: Swear to God

Sam makes a rash promise to God that he'll remain celibate if only someone else is the father of an old girl friend's baby. Aired: 11/3/1988

Ep 149: Executive Sweet

Rebecca puts Sam off by telling him that from now on she'll only date men who can advance her career, and then she meets her younger-than-springtime new boss. Aired: 11/10/1988

Ep 150: One Happy Chappy in a Sappy Serape

Sam goes to Mexico to open a new bar for the company, robbing Rebecca of her "fiancé" and her only defense against the marriage proposal of her young boss. Aired: 11/17/1988

Ep 151: Those Lips, Those Ice

Eddie is back in Boston with the ice show, and with the show comes beautiful East German skater Franzi Schrempf, who is notorious for dating her male partners. Aired: 11/24/1988

Ep 152: Norm, is That You?

Norm tries to hide the fact that he's become an interior decorator. Aired: 12/8/1988

Ep 153: How to Win Friends and Electrocute People

Cliff drastically alters his personality after no one from the bar comes to visit him during his hospital stay with appendicitis. Aired: 12/15/1988

Ep 154: Jumping Jerks

The gang decides to take up sky diving as a diversion. Aired: 12/22/1988

Ep 155: Send in the Crane

Sam finds himself attracted to both an old girlfriend and her grown daughter while Woody volunteers to be the clown at the boss' kid's birthday party Rebecca is planning. Aired: 1/5/1989

Ep 156: Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back

Cheers' gets another chance of losing a contest to their cross-town rivals at Gary's Olde Towne Tavern; this time the contest is for Boston's best bloody mary. Aired: 1/12/1989

Ep 157: Adventures in Housesitting

Rebecca offers to housesit for one of the company executives and calls on Sam and Woody for help when the man's beloved dog runs away. Aired: 1/19/1989

Ep 158: Please Mr. Postman

Cliff's loyalties are tested when his new ladylove, a fellow postal employee, commits a rule infraction on his behalf. Aired: 2/2/1989

Ep 159: Golden Boyd

Woody decides to steal Kelly, a rich snob's girl, away when the man humiliates him. Aired: 2/6/1989

Ep 160: I Kid You Not

Lilith and Frasier practice their parenting skills on Carla's precocious six-year-old son. Aired: 2/16/1989

Ep 161: Don't Paint Your Chickens

Rebecca tries to impress corporate headquarters by using her marketing skills to promote Norm's one-man painting business and Sam tries to keep up with a sweet young thing wild about all kinds of sports. Aired: 2/23/1989

Ep 162: The Cranemakers

Lilith persuades Frasier to give up everything urban and move with her to a cabin in the wilds. Aired: 3/2/1989

Ep 163: Hot Rocks

Sam introduces everyone to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, an old fan, but Rebecca later believes the old man stole her diamond earrings. Aired: 3/16/1989

Ep 164: What's Up, Doc?

Sam actually fakes a case of impotence to get close to a therapist Lilith and Frasier introduced to him. Aired: 3/30/1989

Ep 165: The Gift of the Woody

Rebecca, self professed as "too darn beautiful," is looking to Lilith as her new fashion role model in getting ahead in the business world. Cliff wants to go into business himself marketing his new product, the beetabaga, a cross between a rutabaga and a beet. Aired: 4/6/1989

Ep 166: Call Me Irresponsible

Woody gets gambling fever and tension mounts as Carla waits for Eddie to surprise her on their second anniversary. Aired: 4/13/1989

Ep 167: Sisterly Love

Sam tries to reconcile Rebecca and her sister. Aired: 4/27/1989

Ep 168: The Visiting Lecher

Rebecca accuses a respected authority on marital fidelity of making a pass at her. Aired: 5/4/1989

Ep 169: The Improbable Dream: Part 1

Just as Rebecca fears for her sanity because of the erotic dreams she's been having about Sam, multi-millionaire Robin Colcord sweeps her off her feet. Aired: 9/21/1989

Ep 170: The Improbable Dream: Part 2

Rebecca quickly forgets about Sam after she agrees to go to California with Robin Colcord. Aired: 9/28/1989

Ep 171: A Bar is Born

Rebecca prepares herself to spend her first night with Robin Colcord while Sam takes the first step towards owning the bar again. Aired: 10/12/1989

Ep 172: How to Marry a Mailman

The young woman Cliff turned in for stealing a Post Office vehicle returns from Canada with an offer that literally blinds Cliff. Aired: 10/19/1989

Ep 173: The Two Faces of Norm

Sam is trying to save money to buy back the bar, but things are going slowly. Rebecca suggests he sell his beloved Corvette to raise the money. After deliberating, he decides to do so, but he makes the process difficult for anyone to buy the car. Aired: 10/26/1989

Ep 174: The Stork Brings a Crane

Lilith spoils Rebecca's elaborately planned celebration of Cheers' 100th anniversary by going into labor. Aired: 11/2/1989

Ep 175: Death Takes a Holiday on Ice

Carla learns that Eddie led a secret life when a second widow shows up at his funeral. Aired: 11/9/1989

Ep 176: For Real Men Only

Frasier and the guys cringe over plans to attend his son's circumcision while Rebecca struggles to throw an interesting retirement party for a very dull corporate employee. Aired: 11/16/1989

Ep 177: Two Girls for Every Boyd

Woody has trouble with the love scenes for his first starring role and the guys have a beard-growing competition. Aired: 11/23/1989

Ep 178: The Art of the Steal

Rebecca and Sam are trapped overnight in Robin Colcord's deluxe security apartment while the gang passes the time playing Monopoly. Aired: 11/30/1989

Ep 179: Feeble Attraction

Norm fires his secretary, who sees it as proof that he's wildly attracted to her, and Rebecca becomes obsessed with a surprise hidden in the desk Robin gave her. Aired: 12/7/1989

Ep 180: Sam Ahoy

Robin lends Sam and the gang his yacht, but the motley crew discovers a bomb in the refrigerator, right next to the beer. Aired: 12/14/1989

Ep 181: Sammy and the Professor

Carla faces an audit while Rebecca's idol, her business school professor, makes an investment in Sam. Aired: 1/4/1990

Ep 182: What is... Cliff Clavin?

What is... Jeopardy! The answer is the show that is coming to Boston for a one-time-only appearance and that Cliff has made it on as a Boston-based contestant. Cliff is cocky about his chances of winning. He is even more sure of winning after he sees the Jeopardy! board topics. Aired: 1/18/1990

Ep 183: Finally! Part 1

Tonight might be the night that Rebecca and Robin finally get together, despite Sam's presence. Aired: 1/25/1990

Ep 184: Finally! Part 2

The aftermath of their get-together isn't all she hoped it would be when Rebecca finds Robin with another woman. Aired: 2/1/1990

Ep 185: Woody or Won't He

A mechanical bull gets the better of Cliff while Woody tries to deal with the romantic advances of his girlfriend's mother. Aired: 2/8/1990

Ep 186: Severe Crane Damage

Cliff is downing prescription pills to relieve a work stress-related skin condition. He is, however, taking more than the prescribed dosage. Cliff finds out a side effect of massive dosage, a fact the gang at the bar won't let him forget. Meanwhile, Lilith has written a book, 'Good Girls/Bad Boys.' The book's premise being that women are initially attracted to what they deem bad boys. Aired: 2/15/1990

Ep 187: Indoor Fun With Sammy and Robby

Robin is taking a day off work to spend with Rebecca, doing her spontaneous planned dream date that she's fantasized about since puberty. But competitive Robin and equally competitive Sam get into a continual war of oneupmanship in bar games of darts and pool, each won by Sam. Aired: 2/22/1990

Ep 188: 50-50 Carla

Carla and Eddie's other widow, Gloria, become best buddies but the friendship is threatened when Carla learns the two-timer left $50,000 in insurance, and Woody worries about a nude scene when he's cast in a revival of 'Hair.' Aired: 3/8/1990

Ep 189: Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh

Despite the truce negotiated by Rebecca, the gang decides to warm up the cold war against Gary's Olde Towne Tavern when they notice the statue of Tecumseh the Indian is missing. Aired: 3/15/1990

Ep 190: Loverboyd

Woody moons over the fact that Kelly is going to Europe to attend school and Norm suffers through being the designated driver for the evening. Aired: 3/29/1990

Ep 191: The Ghost and Mrs. Lebec

Carla feels compelled to call in an exorcist when Eddie's ghost appears in the bar and Rebecca complains to a TV station about a defective hair removal system. Aired: 4/12/1990

Ep 192: Mr. Otis Regrets

Sam makes Rebecca jealous in many strange ways by telling her that he scored with Robin's other girl friend, and Woody is flabbergasted when a girl answers his ad for a roommate. Aired: 4/19/1990

Ep 193: Cry Hard: Part 1

Rebecca impresses Sam and the boys when she shows them Robin's fancy apartment while he's out of town. But Sam isn't impressed when he discovers that Robin's been stealing information from the company Rebecca works for. Aired: 4/26/1990

Ep 194: Cry Harder: Part 2

Rebecca and Sam both have mixed emotions as they face the fact that Robin Colcord, after proposing to Rebecca, is arrested for insider trading based on information supplied by the once and future owner of Cheers. Aired: 5/3/1990

Ep 195: Love is a Really, Really, Perfectly Okay Thing

In the afterglow of their intimate encounter, Rebecca becomes determined to deny that it ever happened to the gang at the bar, to Robin and to herself. Aired: 9/20/1990

Ep 196: Cheers Fouls Out

Sam tries to beat Gary at his own game in a grudge basketball game by recruiting Boston Celtics' star Kevin McHale as a substitute bartender at Cheers. Aired: 9/27/1990

Ep 197: Rebecca Redux

Sam hires a new bar manager that everyone seems to like, and then learns how low Rebecca has sunk in her pursuit of new employment. Aired: 10/4/1990

Ep 198: Where Nobody Knows Your Name

Rebecca is secretly very upset when one of Robin's previous lovers goes public claiming to be his current affair. Aired: 10/11/1990

Ep 199: Ma Always Liked You Best

Cliff gets very hurt and upset when his mother decides that Woody is the son she never had, and Norm gets caught in a window. Aired: 10/18/1990

Ep 200: Grease

Norm nearly has a cow when he hears that the Hungry Heifer is closing down, and mounts an all-out campaign to keep it going, while Rebecca frets over seeing Robin as he works in the street nearby as part of a road gang. Aired: 10/25/1990

Ep 201: Breaking in is Hard to Do

Lilith and Frasier try to cope with the fact that their son needs more care from them while Rebecca and Carla try to figure out how Rebecca can pay Robin a conjugal visit in jail. Aired: 11/1/1990

Ep 203: Cheers 200th Anniversary Special: Part 2

Moderator John McLaughlin leads the whole cast, including former member Shelley Long, in a discussion of the show, featuring many clips from previous shows. Aired: 11/8/1990

Ep 202: Cheers 200th Anniversary Special: Part 1

Moderator John McLaughlin leads the whole cast, including former member Shelley Long, in a discussion of the show, featuring many clips from previous shows. Aired: 11/8/1990

Ep 204: Bad Neighbor Sam

Sam initiates a feud with the new owner of Melville's, the restaurant upstairs, when snobbish restaurateur John Hill buys the building. Aired: 11/15/1990

Ep 205: Veggie-Boyd

Woody gets a big break when he's cast in a commercial for a new vegetable drink and Cliff feels broken when the new trivia napkins upstage him. Aired: 11/22/1990

Ep 206: Norm and Cliff's Excellent Adventure

Woody gets hooked on a home television-shopping channel while Norm and Cliff start a fight between Sam and Frasier. Aired: 12/6/1990

Ep 207: Woody Interruptus

Kelly returns from Europe with a new French boyfriend and Cliff decides to have his head cryogenically frozen before he dies. Aired: 12/13/1990

Ep 208: Honor Thy Mother

Carla's formidable mother demands on her deathbed that Carla name one of her children "Benito Mussolini." Aired: 1/3/1991

Ep 209: Achilles Hill

Sam decides to settle his feud with John Hill by dating the man's daughter and Carla fears that the foosball table is possessed. Aired: 1/10/1991

Ep 210: The Days of Wine and Neuroses

The bar's jukebox is going in for repairs, and for the week while it's away, Cheers gets a karaoke machine in its place. After an initial reluctance by the gang as to its usefulness, they take to the machine. Aired: 1/24/1991

Ep 211: Wedding Bell Blues

It's the morning after Rebecca's drunken spree, where she admitted to herself and Sam that she didn't love Robin, and that she was going to call off the wedding. However, what a little sobering up will do for the memory: she remembers nothing about that night and neither calls off the wedding or remembers that she doesn't love Robin. Aired: 1/31/1991

Ep 212: I'm Getting My Act Together and Sticking it in Your Face

Rebecca has trouble accepting the fact that she cancelled her wedding with Robin and Frasier translates Dickens' classic prose into Boston vernacular. Aired: 2/7/1991

Ep 213: Sam Time Next Year

On Valentine's Day, Sam winds up laid out due to back trouble on the 20th anniversary of his annual tryst with Lauren. Aired: 2/14/1991

Ep 214: Crash of the Titans

Rebecca decides on a new goal in life and begins by flattering John Hill in an effort to get his lease for the bar. Aired: 2/21/1991

Ep 215: It's a Wonderful Wife

Norm develops a rich paranoia and decides to look for another bar when wife Vera gets a job upstairs at Melville's, and Lilith helps the gang celebrate Frasier's birthday. Aired: 2/28/1991

Ep 216: Cheers Has Chili

Rebecca wants to serve Woody's chili in the poolroom despite Sam's heartfelt objections. Aired: 3/14/1991

Ep 217: Carla Loves Clavin

Carla faces the hardest task of her life when she tries to be nice to Cliff after learning he's one of the judges for the Miss Boston Barmaid competition. Aired: 3/21/1991

Ep 218: Pitch It Again, Sam

Sam's old baseball rival shows up to goad Sam into a final round on the mound, but Sam isn't too sure he wants to go. Aired: 3/28/1991

Ep 219: Rat Girl

Lilith grieves over the death of her favorite lab rat while bar support Paul proves an unlikely target for a sexy seduction. Aired: 4/4/1991

Ep 220: Home Malone

Sam enters a whole new world when he babysits for Frasier and Lilith, and Woody worries about Kelly when she goes to work at Cheers as part of a school project. Aired: 4/25/1991

Ep 221: Uncle Sam Wants You

When Sam finds it difficult to back away from Frasier's son, he decides to have one of his own—if only he can find the right mommy. Aired: 5/2/1991

Ep 222: Baby Balk

Sam and Rebecca each separately turn to the Drs. Crane for help in conceiving a baby. Aired: 9/19/1991

Ep 223: Get Your Kicks on Route 666

Frasier takes the guys on a trip to rediscover the "inner man" while the gals discover Carla's cousin Frankie when he fills in at the bar. Aired: 9/26/1991

Ep 224: Madame LaCarla

Carla is reluctant to accept the crystal ball passed to her by the retiring psychic, Madame Lazora. Aired: 10/3/1991

Ep 225: The Norm Who Came to Dinner

Carla, questioning Rebecca's potential parenting skills, bets her $5 that she can't take care of an egg for three days. Despite a rocky start, Rebecca seems like she's going to win the bet. Or does Carla have other things on her mind? Meanwhile, Norm is doing another paint job for the Cranes, during which Frasier accidentally falls on top of Norm, causing a bruised disk in Norm's back. Aired: 10/10/1991

Ep 226: Ma's Little Maggie

Cliff's girlfriend and mother take an instant liking to each other while Rebecca tries to entice Sam into some frozen fertility underwear. Aired: 10/17/1991

Ep 227: Unplanned Parenthood

Sam and Rebecca begin to doubt their resolve to be parents after caring for Carla's wild bunch, and Cliff lobbies for the job of directing Woody's video project for the folks back home. Aired: 10/24/1991

Ep 228: Bar Wars V: the Final Judgement

Sam may have played his last prank when it appears that his Halloween trick may have killed his old nemesis, Gary. Aired: 10/31/1991

Ep 229: Where Have All the Floorboards Gone?

After Frasier suggests that she change her hair style, Lilith does get a new hairdo. Meanwhile, it's Norm's birthday and among his gifts is a Boston Celtics jacket personally delivered by Kevin McHale. Before Kevin leaves the bar, he gets caught up in the typical trivia talk of Norm and Cliff, namely how many bolts there are in the Boston Garden basketball court. Aired: 11/7/1991

Ep 230: Head Over Hill

Sam gets upset when Carla gets sidetracked from revenge to romance with perennial nemesis John Hill. Aired: 11/14/1991

Ep 231: A Fine French Whine

Woody wants to propose to Kelly, but Henrí and his expiring visa take precedence. Aired: 11/21/1991

Ep 232: I'm Okay, You're Defective

Frasier has to face making out a will while Sam braces himself for bad news from Rebecca's fertility doctor. Aired: 12/5/1991

Ep 233: Go Mate

Sam and Rebecca let their imaginations run free during a weekend of baby-making and dream up different versions of their future progeny. Aired: 12/12/1991

Ep 234: Don't Shoot... I'm Only the Psychiatrist

Cliff and Norm help Frasier's low-esteem self-help group really help themselves and Woody trims Sam's hair. Aired: 1/2/1992

Ep 235: No Rest For the Woody

Woody's extracurricular work as a gravedigger may pay for Kelly's engagement ring, but it also jeopardizes his first meeting with her grandmother. Aired: 1/9/1992

Ep 236: My Son, the Father

Sam finds a way to get even with John Hill. One of Carla's sons decides to become a priest. Aired: 1/16/1992

Ep 237: One Hugs, the Other Doesn't

A Boston performance by children's singer Nanny Gee for Frederick's birthday sheds light on Frasier's past as Lilith and the barflies discover Nanny is Frasier's first wife. Frasier had forgotten to mention this fact to Lilith. Aired: 1/30/1992

Ep 238: A Diminished Rebecca with a Suspended Cliff

Woody's cousin develops a crush on Rebecca and Cliff is very unhappy with the new postal uniforms. Aired: 2/6/1992

Ep 239: License to Hill

Rebecca insists she can handle the bar while the rest of the gang plays poker, but then learns that she's allowed their liquor license to lapse. Aired: 2/13/1992

Ep 240: Rich Man, Wood Man

Rebecca insists she can handle the bar while the rest of the gang plays poker, then learns that she's allowed their liquor license to lapse. Aired: 2/20/1992

Ep 241: Smotherly Love

Frasier wants Lilith to confront her overbearing mother and Rebecca wants Sam to make Norm pay his bar tab. Aired: 2/27/1992

Ep 242: Take Me Out of the Ball Game

Sam ponders a baseball comeback, but when he goes to play a few games he discovers most of the players are very young and immature. They're acting just like he used to, and Sam's not enjoying it. Aired: 3/26/1992

Ep 243: Rebecca's Lover... Not

Prior to their wedding, Kelly wants to get to know all of Woody's friends. She's been spending quality time with them at the bar. Sam's beloved Corvette has been stolen, after which he starts a support group for people who have had their high performance cars stolen. And something beloved returns to Rebecca's life, namely Mark Newberger, her high school boyfriend. Aired: 4/23/1992

Ep 244: Bar Wars VI: This Time It's for Real

The new owner of Gary's Olde Towne Tavern lacks a sense of humor and responds badly to Cheers' latest prank Aired: 4/30/1992

Ep 245: Heeeeeere's... Cliffy!

Norm convinces Sam to install a satellite dish at Cheers. Carla finds a cheap, used dish, however it does not come installed. Despite not knowing how to do it, Sam and Woody tackle the installation task. During their work, Sam and Woody have a philosophical chat as, while they think of satellites, ponder the meaning of the universe. Meanwhile, Cliff has submitted a joke to The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Aired: 5/7/1992

Ep 247: An Old-Fashioned Wedding: Part 2

Woody and Kelly's wedding faces some funny obstacles, before and during the ceremony, including Sam's flirtation with a German guest who turns out to be married, the priest dying and Kelly's Uncle Roger having to perform the ceremony—but only if he is drunk, Rebecca having to ice the cake after insulting the kitchen staff, and Lilith having to sing to the guests in order to stop them, and Woody and Kelly, from finding out the disasters going on behind the scenes. Aired: 5/14/1992

Ep 246: An Old-Fashioned Wedding: Part 1

Woody and Kelly's wedding faces some funny obstacles, before and during the ceremony, including Sam's flirtation with a German guest who turns out to be married, the priest dying and Kelly's Uncle Roger having to perform the ceremony—but only if he is drunk, Rebecca having to ice the cake after insulting the kitchen staff, and Lilith having to sing to the guests in order to stop them, and Woody and Kelly, from finding out the disasters going on behind the scenes. Aired: 5/14/1992

Ep 248: The Little Match Girl

Rebecca's smoking gets her into big trouble when she accidentally starts a fire in the bar and blames it on faulty wiring. Aired: 9/24/1992

Ep 249: The Beer is Always Greener

Carla is forced to clean up her act and behave nicely when she's has to find another job while Cheers is being rebuilt. Woody's faith in Kelly is shaken when he learns they have religious differences. Aired: 10/1/1992

Ep 250: The King of Beers

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. Aired: 10/8/1992

Ep 251: The Magnificent Six

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. Aired: 10/22/1992

Ep 252: Do Not Forsake Me O' My Postman

Because Gary's Olde Towne Tavern is advertising heavily, Sam and Rebecca decide to hire an ad company to write a jingle for the bar. As Rebecca has only $200 to spend on such, the ad company foists Sy Flembeck, their resident hack writer, onto the Cheers account. Aired: 10/29/1992

Ep 253: Teaching with the Enemy

Patrons from a closed down bikers' bar start frequenting Cheers, which leads to fights and other problems. To deal with these problems, Sam decides to hire Tiny, the former bouncer from that bar. Tiny does stop fights from happening; however, he also scares away many of Cheers' regular customers. Aired: 11/5/1992

Ep 254: The Girl in the Plastic Bubble

A distraught Frasier ends up on a ledge after Lilith informs him that she wants to spend a year away from him, sealed in a biosphere with her lover. Aired: 11/12/1992

Ep 255: Ill-Gotten Gaines

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. Aired: 11/19/1992

Ep 256: Feelings... Whoa, Whoa, Whoa

Carla tries to hide her feelings when John Hill has a heart attack. Cliff believes that Hitler has moved into his building. Aired: 12/3/1992

Ep 257: Daddy's Little Middle-Aged Girl

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. Aired: 12/10/1992

Ep 258: Love Me, Love My Car

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. Aired: 12/17/1992

Ep 259: Sunday Dinner

Frasier decides to start dating other women now that Lilith has left him, and makes a date with his young secretary, Shauna. Meanwhile, Cheers is hosting a family reunion, and Cliff and Norm are hired to videotape it. Aired: 1/7/1993

Ep 260: Norm's Big Audit

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. Aired: 1/14/1993

Ep 261: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar

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. Aired: 1/21/1993

Ep 262: Loathe and Marriage

Carla's daughter insists on having her father walk her down the aisle, despite Carla's objections. Aired: 2/4/1993

Ep 263: Is There a Doctor in the Howe?

The gang finds out that Frasier has officially divorced from Lilith so they try to cheer him up with a party. The party leads to a little drinking which leads to an unexpected shared moment between Frasier and Rebecca. Aired: 2/11/1993

Ep 264: The Bar Manager, The Shrink, His Wife and Her Lover

Lilith returns to Frasier only to find him with Rebecca. Matters are complicated when Lilith's disgruntled former lover comes looking for her. Aired: 2/18/1993

Ep 265: The Last Picture Show

Sam puts the bar's former owner in charge while he and the guys go to a drive-in theater before it closes down. Aired: 2/25/1993

Ep 266: Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey

Sam enlists Harry the Hat to help win the latest war of practical jokes between Cheers and Gary's Olde Towne Tavern. Aired: 3/18/1993

Ep 267: Look Before You Sleep

Sam locks himself out of the bar with his house keys inside so he begins a search for a place to sleep for the night which proves more difficult than expected. Aired: 4/1/1993

Ep 268: Woody Gets an Election

When City Councillor Kevin Fogarty comes to Cheers on his re-election campaign spouting a whole lot of political nothings that nonetheless woos the crowd, Frasier bets the gang that he can even get a trained monkey on the ballot and garner 10% of the vote. Without a trained monkey in sight, Frasier chooses Woody as a good surrogate. Aired: 4/22/1993

Ep 269: It's Lonely on the Top

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? Aired: 4/29/1993

Ep 271: Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses: Part 2

Rebecca gains, Rebecca loses: Part 2 Aired: 5/6/1993

Ep 270: Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses: Part 1

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. Aired: 5/6/1993

Ep 272: The Guy Can't Help It

Rebecca finds herself really attracted to a handsome plumber. Sam joins a help group for sexual compulsives. Aired: 5/13/1993

Ep 275: One for the Road: Part 3

The gang finally finds out what has happened to Diane Chambers when they see her winning an award on television. Sam calls Diane to congratulate her and ends up inviting her back to Boston where they reunite one last time. Meanwhile, Don the plumber pops the question to Rebecca and gets an unexpected answer. Aired: 5/20/1993

Ep 274: One for the Road: Part 2

The gang finally finds out what has happened to Diane Chambers when they see her winning an award on television. Sam calls Diane to congratulate her and ends up inviting her back to Boston where they reunite one last time. Meanwhile, Don the plumber pops the question to Rebecca and gets an unexpected answer. Aired: 5/20/1993

Ep 273: One for the Road: Part 1

The gang finally finds out what has happened to Diane Chambers when they see her winning an award on television. Sam calls Diane to congratulate her and ends up inviting her back to Boston where they reunite one last time. Meanwhile, Don the plumber pops the question to Rebecca and gets an unexpected answer. Aired: 5/20/1993