As the subject of Diane's psychology paper on the “Don Juan Syndrome,” Sam is more than happy to let her class see a case study in action, until he discovers how unflattering her treatise was. Dr. Greenspon: Kenneth Tigar. Reporter: Rafael Mauro.
After Woody's winning streak in the Cheers football pool, the gang thinks he should take a dip into the big time and place a bet with a real bookie. But they didn't expect him to wager his life savings, all $1000 of it. Frank: Arthur Taxier.
Sam is crushed when he literally gives the shirt off his back---his old baseball jersey---to a celebrity charity auction and no one bids on it; Norm tries to impress a potential client and his wife and discovers that none of them have anything in common. B (more…)
Diane's psychology-class experiment in paranoid behavior makes fools out of the gang, but Diane (Shelley Long) may turn out to be an even better case study as she nervously waits for them to get even with her. Gallagher: Hamilton Camp. Irving: M.C. Gainey (more…)
Since his breakup with Diane, Frasier has taken to the bottle, and Sam---who's been there himself---wants to help, but he has reservations about Diane's plan to restore Frasier's self-confidence. Diane: Shelley Long. Sam: Ted Danson. Cliff: John Ratzenberg (more…)
The highlight of Cliff's social calendar is the annual postman's ball, but this year he has a dilemma when he scores two dates for the gala---Carla and Diane. So, he asks Sam for advice on how to dump one without hurting her feelings---or endangering his l (more…)
Malik goes out with Robin Givens and enjoys her freewheeling approach to life. Meanwhile, Jason sees a therapist when post-championship blues set in. The NFL's Marion Barber and Roy Williams appear as themselves.
Melanie plans a romantic weekend with Jerome, but their intimate time is interrupted when Derwin and the Sabers party at the same hotel. Meanwhile, Malik sulks over breaking up with Robin Givens; Jason fires his manager; and the professional relationship b (more…)
The second season ends with Derwin and Jerome getting into a fight over Melanie. Elsewhere, Malik tells Robin Givens he loves her and wants the two of them to commit to a relationship; and the team's new owner shows more interest in Kelly than in re-signin (more…)
Melanie and Derwin clash during the week of the championship game; Malik gets mixed up in a fiery dispute when picking Jenna up from rehab; Jason makes a decision about his relationship; and Pookie offers a helping hand to Tasha.
As if to confirm that he's getting older not better, Sam challenges Woody at racquetball and winds up hospitalized with an injury he associates with men of advanced years. Bonnie: Pamela Bach. Jack: Thomas Callaway. Nurse Louise: Deborah Dalton. Dr. McNees (more…)
Carla thinks that the only way to win a dance contest at the “Boston Boppers” reunion is to team up with her old partner---ex-husband Nick (Dan Hedaya). But when their practice sessions get off on the wrong foot, he dumps her and pairs up with his new (more…)
Woody fears he'll be drawing unemployment instead of drafts when Sam's attempt to stir up business includes hiring a new bartender (Tony Carreiro) who wows the regulars with his charm and expertise. Mrs. Benfer: Madgel Dean. Child No. 1: Judith Barsi. Cari (more…)
When a councilwoman stumping for reelection takes a liking to Sam, Diane campaigns for her opponent. Part 1 of three. Janet Eldridge: Kate Mulgrew. Jim Fleener: Max Wright. Phil: David Paymer. Brian: Brad Burlingame. April: Carolyn Ann Clark. Decker: Micha (more…)
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- Birth Name: Allen Kelsey Grammer
- Birth Place: St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
- Birthday: February 21, 1955, Pisces
- Profession: Actor, Producer, Director
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