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Sam's dream of getting a good night's sleep turns into a nightmare after he locks his keys in the bar and must go searching for a bed. Mario: Peter MacNicol. Julie: Deirdre Imershein. Guy: Gordon Clapp. Esther Clavin: Frances Sternhagen.
Frasier conducts an experiment on voter psychology---he puts Woody on the ballot for city council. Spanky McFarland (“Our Gang”) has a cameo. Peri Gilpin, who went on to costar in “Frasier,” plays Holly. Kevin Fogerty: Philip Baker Hall. Marcus: St (more…)
Secrets are exposed after a night of drinking Carla's potent brew. Tops among them: a hair-raising revelation from Sam, and a confession that Carla slept with one of the regulars. Liz: Marjorie Monaghan. Paul: Paul Willson.
Conclusion. Rebecca makes a fool of herself at Mr. Gaines' party, while the gang discovers what Cliff has done with his mother (Frances Sternhagen). Mr. Gaines: Richard Doyle. Hives: Robert Cornthwaite. Kelly: Jackie Swanson.
Gold digger Rebecca is flush with excitement about dating a plumber (Tom Berenger); lover boy Sam joins a group for sex addicts. Rachel: Sharon Lawrence. Dr. Robert Sutton: Gilbert Lewis. Man No. 1: Bradford Bancroft. Man No. 2: Steve Kehela.
In the series opener, an intellectual teaching assistant (Shelley Long) marks time at the bar waiting for her college-professor fiancé (Michael McGuire) to return with his first wife's ring. While she waits, she listens to the regulars debate the sweaties (more…)
Diane teases Sam about the less-than cerebral women he dates, sending him on a quest to find his intellectual ideal. This episode introduced Sam's ex-wife, Debra (Donna McKechnie). Leo Metz: Donnelly Rhodes. Brandee: Angela Aames.
Ex-Major Leaguer Sam's desire to be in the spotlight is rekindled when he's asked by a former teammate (Fred Dryer) to do a TV interview. Harry Anderson makes his first appearance as con artist extraordinaire Harry the Hat. Young Guy: Rick Dees. Cathy: Jul (more…)
The gang is at a loss to explain why Coach's sweet and successful daughter (Allyce Beasley) wants to marry an obnoxious lout (Philip Charles MacKenzie) whom no one can stand---not even easygoing Coach. Chuck: Tim Cunningham.
Frankie acts like a teenager when she hangs out with Pam Staggs, a former classmate who was popular in high school. Meanwhile, Brick surprises Mike by winning an athletic award; Sue pursues some odd hobbies; and Axl seeks a date with Devin Levin.
In a conciliatory moment of female bonding, Carla makes a confession to Diane about the father of her youngest child and swears her to secrecy---even though the revelation is not true. Shelley Long, Rhea Perlman, Ted Danson.
The only thing standing between Coach and romance with a new neighbor (Murphy Cross) is Sam, who has romantic plans of his own for the lady. So Coach goes to great pains to keep Sam from “sweeping the girl of my dreams off her feet.” Tour Guide: Bill (more…)
A timid young man (Boyd Bodwell) about to enter a monastery comes into the bar for a last night of frivolity and discovers a passion for the pleasures of the flesh; and the back room welcomes a reunion of WWI veterans, but only one former doughboy (Ian Wol (more…)
A suave Englishman (Ellis Rabb) walks into the bar, orders a drink, makes a pass at Carla, then lets slip that he's a secret agent whose exploits make James Bond look like a double-o-zero. All his tall tales, however, make Diane suspicious. Carla: Rhea Per (more…)
A TV-commercial agent (Barbara Babcock) takes Sam as a client---a position requiring more work behind her hotel-room door than in front of the camera. Baseball great Luis Tiant appears as himself. Tibor: Rick Hill. Paul: Paul Vaughn.
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- Birth Place: Wichita, KS
- Birthday: January 12, 1951, Capricorn
- Profession: Actor, Producer, Writer