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Cheers Season 7 episodes

The Visiting Lecher Season 7, Episode 22

Rebecca accuses the renowned author (John McMartin) of a book on marital fidelity of skirt-chasing. For this episode, James Burrows won an Emmy for Outstanding Direction in a Comedy Series. Marie: Fabiana Udenio. Valerie: Joanna Barnes. Zoltan: Nicholas Miscusi. read more

Sisterly Love Season 7, Episode 21

Sam sets out to restore some sisterly love between Rebecca and her visiting sibling (Marcia Cross), in the hope that some of the good feelings will rub off on him. But the two ladies have a surprise in store for him. read more

Call Me Irresponsible Season 7, Episode 20

Carla's second anniversary may be her last unless the out-of-town Eddie surprises her; and Woody is bitten by the gambling bug. Eddie: Jay Thomas. McGuiness: Fredric Cook. Mark: Mark Arnott. Delivery Man No. 1: Michael G. Hawkins. Delivery Man No. 2: Herb Caen. Bearded Man: Raymond Hanis. read more

The Gift of the Woodi Season 7, Episode 19

Woody gives his rich girlfriend (Jackie Swanson) a birthday gift from the heart, but she'd rather it come from Tiffany & Co.; Rebecca's latest get-ahead scheme turns her into a Lilith clone. Mr. Gaines: Richard Doyle. John: Bruce French. Uncle Val: Vaughn Armstrong. Pretzel Man: Demetre Phillips. read more

What's Up Doc? Season 7, Episode 18

Sam falls for the Cranes' knockout psychiatrist friend (Madolyn Smith Osborne) and feigns impotence to win her over. Rick Delmonte: Jeff Rizzo. Phil: Richmond Harrison. Tony: Tony DiBenedetto. read more

Hot Rocks Season 7, Episode 17

A fan of Sam's, Adm. William J. Crowe Jr., Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is a suspect when Rebecca's diamond earrings disappear. Man Who Said Sinatra: Al Rosen. read more

The Cranemakers Season 7, Episode 16

Pregnant Lilith has become an Earth Mother extraordinaire, and she even persuades city boy Frasier to “become one with nature.” Also, Rebecca arranges a vacation for a reluctant Woody. Whitney Morris: James R. Winker. Customer: Michael Holden. read more

Don't Paint Your Chickens Season 7, Episode 15

Rebecca's latest scheme to land a corporate position puts Norm in a bad spot when he's forced to hire her as a marketing consultant. Also, an athletic woman (Lisa Aliff) has Sam's heart throbbing---from exhaustion after a week of nonstop exercising. Mr. Anawalt: Stefan Gierasch. Tasia: Tasia Valenza. read more

I Kid You Not Season 7, Episode 14

The Cranes take a liking to Carla's intellectual 6-year-old (Jarrett Lennon) and use him as a litmus test for their own parenting skills, leaving a lonely Carla worried that the boy will grow up to be a “soft, doughy wimp wearing an argyle sweater and smoking a pipe”. Kelly: Jackie Swanson. Waiter: Charles Tachovsky. Maitre d': Peter Henry Schroeder. read more

Golden Boyd Season 7, Episode 13

After getting his block knocked off by a rich snob (Tyrone Power Jr.), Woody decides to get back at him by stealing his girlfriend (Jackie Swanson). Mr. Gaines: Richard Doyle. Howell: Gary Bergher. Osborne: Vaughn Armstrong. Drysdale: Josef Rainer. read more

Please, Mr. Postman Season 7, Episode 12

Cliff must decide whether to deliver his new trainee---and love interest---to the postal inspectors when she errs in the name of lust. Meanwhile, Sam goes to extremes in an effort to guess Rebecca's favorite song. Margaret: Annie Golden. Motel Clerk: Randy Pelish. Policeman: Howard Mungo. read more

Adventures in House-sitting Season 7, Episode 11

Rebecca dog-sits for a boss, and Sam sees a chance to hound her when she says she's afraid to be alone in the man's house. Mr. Sheridan: Michael Currie. read more

Bar Wars II: Woodman Strikes Back Season 7, Episode 10

The Cheers gang's hopes of beating Gary's Olde Towne Tavern in the annual Bloody Mary contest hinge on Woody. Gary: Joel Polis. Greg: Greg Collins. Thom: Thom McCleister. Judge: Robert O'Reilly. read more

Send in the Crane Season 7, Episode 9

Rebecca recruits Woody to play a clown at the company children's party, but he must cancel, so Frasier steps in to fill his oversize shoes. Also, Sam falls for the daughter of an old girlfriend (Sandahl Bergman). Laurie: Chelsea Noble. Mrs. Ridgeway: Patricia Morison. read more

Jumping Jerks Season 7, Episode 8

An attempt at skydiving by the macho men of Cheers turns into mere “plane riding” when their collective courage takes a plunge. Bob Speakes: J. Kenneth Campbell. Otto: Thomas Sanders. read more

How to Win Friends and Electrocute People Season 7, Episode 7

When no one from the bar visits appendectomy patient Cliff in the hospital, he decides on a personality transplant, which leads to shocking changes in his behavior. Nurse: Shirley Prestia. Dave: Robert Benedetti. McManus: Ed Wright. read more

Norm, Is That You? Season 7, Episode 6

Fearful of being taunted, Norm hides the fact he's (gasp!) an interior decorator, but plays the part to the flamboyant hilt for his yuppie clients. Robert: George Deloy. Kim: Jane Sibbett. Ivan: B.J. Turner. Todd: Craig Branham. read more

Those Lips, Those Ice Season 7, Episode 5

Carla is ready to deep-freeze Eddie (Jay Thomas) when she suspects him of warming the heart of the comely ice-show star (Isa Andersen). Hockey Buddy No. 1: Charles Noland. Hockey Buddy No. 2: Andy Saylor. read more

One Happy Chappy in a Snappy Serape Season 7, Episode 4

Rebecca's plan to escape her boss's proposal goes south (of the border) when Sam, her “intended,” is sent to tend bar at a Mexican resort, likes it and thinks about staying. Martin: Alex Nevil. Dennis: Gerald Hiken. Tourist: Loren Farmer. Pepe: Fred Asparagus. Ramon: Marco Hernandez. read more

Executive Sweet Season 7, Episode 3

Rebecca tells Sam that she only dates men who'll help her career, then has to recant when her underage boss (Alex Nevil) asks her out. Dennis: Gerald Hiken. Chauffeur: David Schall. Delivery Man: Nathan Purdee. read more

Swear to God Season 7, Episode 2

Sam vows to swear off sex for three months if he's not the father of an ex's baby, while “Moses” understudy Woody has the patience of a saint. Father Barry: Eric Christmas. Suzanne: Shanna Reed. Rachel: Kim Ulrich. read more

How to Recede in Business Season 7, Episode 1

Mr. Drake's off to Japan and Rebecca is determined to climb the corporate ladder, but the new boss shakes things up by promoting Sam to manager. Greg Stone: Brian Bedford. Sam: Ted Danson. Rebecca: Kirstie Alley. read more

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Premiered: September 30, 1982, on NBC
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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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