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Diane's wealthy mother (Glynis Johns) shows up the day before her daughter's birthday with news that Diane must marry immediately or Mom becomes a pauper. After considering a list of prospective mates, Diane proposes a “strictly business” union with Sa (more…)
Rhea Perlman plays dual roles, Carla and her exact-opposite sister Annette, in this episode written by Perlman's real-life sister, Heide. While Carla is on maternity leave, the seemingly innocent Annette fills in at the bar and shocks everyone with her uns (more…)
Diane, frustrated with her job and angered by Carla's charge that she receives preferential treatment as the boss's girlfriend, quits Cheers for a more fulfilling career; and a liberated Norm is on the prowl after splitting up with Vera. Mr. Anderson: Jame (more…)
Diane's "perfect date," lady-killing ex-con Andy (Derek McGrath)---he once murdered a waitress---returns to Cheers, and she helps him pursue an acting career. On the night of their big performance, the strangulation scene from "Othello," Diane develops rea (more…)
Cynical Carla ignores the romantic overtures of a perfectly nice gentleman named Hank (Don Amendolia), believing that if he's interested in her, he must have a “fatal flaw.” When he and Carla finally go out on a date, Coach mentions to the gang that H (more…)
Dick Cavett suggests that the public may be interested in Sam's memoirs, an idea that disturbs “budding poetic genius” Diane; and Norm wants to have it out with a high-school rival (Walter Olkewicz) who's dating Vera. Bob: Ed Quinlan.
Diane's misinterpretation of Sam's casually stated “I love you” puts her in the mood for a thorough analysis of their relationship that leads to a one-week break-up to evaluate their romance. Ted Danson, Shelley Long. Harry: Harry Anderson.
Diane's best friend (Markie Post) since childhood moves to Boston and begins to clandestinely put the moves on Sam. When he tells Diane, she refuses to believe him, until the three share an intimate dinner at Diane's. Sam: Ted Danson. Coach: Nicholas Colas (more…)
Elizabeth works with President Dalton to solve the Greek debt crisis, but not everyone in Washington finds the fruits of their collaboration pleasing. Meanwhile, Henry has a new job offer to consider; and Stevie reignites a friendship with the president's (more…)
After having the time of his life on a visit to the bar, a terminally ill customer (George Gaynes) leaves the gang $100,000 in a will written on a napkin. The only problem is, he doesn't stipulate who gets how much and things turn ugly when the regulars cl (more…)
Carla's loutish ex, Nick (Dan Hedaya), invites her to his wedding to make her jealous of his blonde-bombshell fiancée (Jean Kasem), but the tables are turned when she shows up with hunky Sam as her date. Rhea Perlman, Ted Danson. Norm: George Wendt.
Sam reluctantly hires out-of-work Norm to do his taxes---and then has the resulting five-figure refund checked by his regular accountant. When Norm gets wind of suspicious Sam's actions, he's insulted and it looks like the days of their friendship may be n (more…)
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