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Sam tries pushing Rebecca's buttons by bragging about making love in an elevator---with Robin's other girlfriend; and Woody is floored when a woman (Christine Cavanaugh) answers his ad for a roommate. Cutter Gardner: Eric Bruskotter. Eric: Colin Wells.
Boston Celtic Kevin McHale agrees to be Cheers' ringer in a basketball game against Gary's Old Towne Tavern, but only if the winnings go to charity. Dr. Walter Froenmeyer: James Hornbeck. Father Conrad: Lee Vines. Gary: Joel Polis.
Sam is pleased with his new manager, who seems to buoy everyone's spirits, until he learns how low Rebecca's sunk to land a job. Earl: Bryan Clark. Promoter: Perry Anzilotti. Patron No. 3: Timothy Fall. Deliveryman No. 1: Stanley Bennett. Deliveryman No. 2 (more…)
Rebecca won't admit it, but she's steamed when Robin's ex-lover claims they are back together, while Carla fears her libido will ignite during Indian summer. Robin: Roger Rees. Sherman: Ron Ulstad. Paul: Paul Willson. Customer: Randy Pelish.
A sniveling rivalry is born when Cliff's mother (Frances Sternhagen) decides Woody is the son she never had. Meanwhile, Norm gets stuck in a window. Jeff: Rocky La Porte. Policeman No. 1: Ken Foree. Pete: Peter Schreiner. Policeman No. 2: James F. Dean. Pa (more…)
Frasier and Lilith learn their son is no egghead and debate over who will sacrifice their career to parent him; Rebecca plots to pay Robin (Roger Rees) a conjugal visit. Doug Aducci: Clive Rosengren. Prisoner: Edward Penn. Prison Guard: John Boyle. Rebecca (more…)
Instead of the Hatfields and the McCoys, it's the Hills and the Malones as Sam feuds with new neighbor John Hill (Keene Curtis), a snooty restaurateur, in the series' 200th episode. Jeffrey: Carl Mueller. Hillary: Sandy Edgerton. Martha: Tamara Mark.
Woody gets cast in a commercial for a new vegetable drink; Cliff is upset by the sudden popularity of the bar's new trivia napkins. Director: Tom Everett. Joe: Michael Holden. Cliff: John Ratzenberger. Jill: Debbie Gregory. Technician: John Cervenka.
Woody gets hooked on a home-shopping channel; Norm and Cliff amuse themselves by instigating a fight between Sam and Frasier. This episode was dedicated to Al Rosen (1910-90) who appeared as crotchety Al in 27 episodes. Heinrich: Tom Klunis. Sam: Ted Danso (more…)
Woody's upset when Kelly (Jackie Swanson) returns from Europe accompanied by an amorous Frenchman (Anthony Cistaro), while Cliff attempts to cheat “il morte” by having his head cryogenically frozen. Dr. Eugene Mendoza: Michael Keenan. Paul: Paul Willso (more…)
Carla refuses to knuckle under to her dying mother's dictatorial demand that she name one of her children after Benito Mussolini. Sada Thompson, who plays Mama Lozupone, starred in the 1970s drama “Family.” Gino: Josh Lozoff. Zia: Oceana Marr. Sal: Ran (more…)
Sam, tired of being bedeviled by John Hill, tries to crush his nemesis's spirits by dating Hill's daughter (Valerie Mahaffey); Carla thinks an old foosball table is possessed. John Hill: Keene Curtis. Father Barry: Eric Christmas. Paul: Dietrich Bader. Woo (more…)
Rebecca pops a cork---several in fact---when Robin finally pops the question; Frasier seems wed to the new sing-along machine. Walter: Calvin Jung. Lilith: Bebe Neuwirth. Paul: Paul Willson. Rebecca: Kirstie Alley. Frasier: Kelsey Grammer. Sam: Ted Danson (more…)
Rebecca readies for a walk down the aisle, while Sam tries to jog her memory about the previous night's events. Singer Bobby Hatfield performs “Unchained Melody.” Hatfield's fellow Righteous Brother Bill Medley appeared in the “Finally, Part 2” ep (more…)
Rebecca faces the worst of times after her breakup with Robin, while Frasier has the best of times reading Dickens to the gang, though his great expectations quickly fall flat. Leon: Jeff McCarthy. Stewardess Jan Gan Boyd. Lilith: Bebe Neuwirth. Paul: Paul (more…)
Sam's plans for Valentine's Day fall through after he tumbles down some stairs while preparing for his 20th annual tryst with Lauren (Barbara Feldon). Former Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis has a cameo. Adam: Gibby Brand. Edward: Don Took. Jules: Ro (more…)