Cheers Episodes

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Cheers Season 2 episodes

I'll Be Seeing You Season 2, Episode 22

A two-parter concludes with Sam seeing red after Diane, against his orders, poses for the artist Semenko (Christopher Lloyd). Diane then questions whether their stormy relationship is meant to continue when Sam fails to recognize the impact of Semenko's work. Ed: Christopher Carroll. read more

I'll Be Seeing You Season 2, Episode 21

Part 1 of two. To end a lovers' spat, the gang urges Sam to commission a portrait of Diane by an eccentric artist (Christopher Lloyd). But he's so condescending that Sam refuses to do business with him. Ed: Christopher Carroll. read more

Norman's Conquest Season 2, Episode 20

A new client (Anne Schedeen) of Norm's seems to be coming on to him, causing the boys in the bar to goad the reluctant accountant into action. Norm: George Wendt. read more

Coach Buries a Grudge Season 2, Episode 19

Coach (Nicholas Colasanto) mourns a deceased friend and ex-teammate until he learns the man made a pass at his late wife. Charlie: Don Bexley. Tom: Fred Carney. Art: Arthur Lessac. Lefty: Jack O'Leary. Al: Al Rosen. read more

Snow Job Season 2, Episode 18

Sam snows Diane with a tall tale about attending an uncle's funeral so he can spend a weekend skiing in Vermont with his old baseball pals. Tommy: Gary Gershaw. George: James Gallery. read more

Fortune and Men's Weights Season 2, Episode 17

Luckless Coach is suckered into buying an antique scale that gives out fortune cards that seem to be coming true, and all the weighty prognosticating leads the gang to believe that the device possesses supernatural abilities. Greg: Tim Cunningham. Deliveryman No. 1: Alan Fine. Deliveryman No. 2: Charles Champion. read more

Cliff's Rocky Moment Season 2, Episode 16

Cliff is “called out” by a bar bully (Peter Iacangelo) who's fed up with the sciolist's know-it-all attitude. When the pusillanimous postman punks out, his pals are disappointed, but Cliff saves face with a surprising demonstration of his pugilistic prowess. read more

Coachie Makes Three Season 2, Episode 15

When lonesome Coach begins spending every moment with Sam and Diane, they decide he needs some female companionship. Katherine: Eve Roberts. Woman: Robyn Peterson. read more

No Help Wanted Season 2, Episode 14

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 numbered. read more

Battle of the Exes Season 2, Episode 13

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. read more

Where There's a Will Season 2, Episode 12

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 clamor for a share. read more

Just Three Friends Season 2, Episode 11

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 Colasanto. read more

How Do I Love Thee?...Let Me Call You Back Season 2, Episode 10

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. read more

They Called Me Mayday Season 2, Episode 9

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. read more

Manager Coach Season 2, Episode 8

When normally mild-mannered Coach gets a shot at managing a Little League team, he turns into a win-at-all-costs tyrant. Mort: Herb Mitchell. Pee Wee: Elliot Scott. read more

Old Flames Season 2, Episode 7

Recently divorced sportscaster Dave Richards (Fred Dryer) bets that he can break up Sam and Diane in 24 hours. David Angell's script won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series. Didi: Elizabeth McIvor. read more

Affairs of the Heart Season 2, Episode 6

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 Hank has a bad heart and that too much carnal excitement isn't good for him. read more

Sumner's Return Season 2, Episode 5

Sam bones up on Tolstoy when Diane's brainy ex-fiancé, Prof. Sumner Sloan (Michael McGuire), returns with the intention of renewing their relationship. Ted Danson, Shelley Long. read more

Homicidal Ham Season 2, Episode 4

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 real stage fright when she realizes he's actually going to kill her. Prof. DeWitt: Severn Darden. read more

Personal Business Season 2, Episode 3

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: James Ingersoll. Customer No. 1: Patrick Stack. read more

Little Sister, Don't Cha Season 2, Episode 2

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 unseemly dating habits. read more

Power Play Season 2, Episode 1

Sam and Diane's nascent romance meets with great skepticism from the gang, who seem to be prophetic when Diane throws Sam out of her apartment after only five minutes. Carla: Rhea Perlman. read more

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Premiered: September 30, 1982, on NBC
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: This hugely successful, multi-Emmy-winning sitcom is set in a friendly Boston bar run by Sam Malone, a former Red Sox pitcher and recovering alcoholic. A brilliantly written and performed ensemble comedy filled with colorful characters, the series, in its first five years, revolved around the on again-off again, dysfunctional romance between Sam and brainy waitress Diane. The series bowed in September 1982, ran for 11 seasons and spun off another all-time classic, 'Frasier.'

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