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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 (more…)
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 Mi (more…)
Norm can't bring himself to boss around his new painting crew, so he invents a taskmaster alter ego; and Sam's also not himself, since he sold his beloved car. Scott: J.C. Victor. Rudy: Eric Allan Kramer. Gordon: Gordon Hunt. Dennis: Rob Moran. Veronica: K (more…)
Cheers celebrates its 100th anniversary, but the festivities are interrupted as the stork arrives to deliver a Crane. Boston mayor Raymond Flynn appears as himself. Mr. Weaver: Monty Ash. Gail Aldrich: Victoria Hoffman. Nurse: Laura Robinson. Barbershop Qu (more…)
Carla finds out that Eddie's been a real hockey puck after a tragedy at the rink exposes his secret romantic ice capades that included another wife (Anne De Salvo). Gordie: Thomas Haden Church. Darryl Mead: Kevin Conroy. Father Barry: Eric Christmas. Hocke (more…)
The guys are shy about witnessing the Crane baby's bris, and so is Frasier, who cuts out on the ceremony---with the guest of honor. Meanwhile, Rebecca's retirement party for a company employee isn't any livelier. Larry: Jay Robinson. Tanya: Linda West. Mr (more…)
Woody chews the scenery in “Our Town,” but chokes when he has to kiss his leading lady (Lisa Kudrow, who went on to star in “Friends”), who suggests they put in a little off-stage practice time. In a hair-raising subplot, the guys compete in a bear (more…)
Rebecca and Sam finally spend the night together, but it's not the romantic evening of his dreams as they get trapped by security lasers in Robin's apartment. Meanwhile, the guys spend their evening playing Monopoly in an attempt to teach Woody a lesson in (more…)
Cliff drives “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek crazy when he appears as a contestant; and someone steals Sam's little black book. Johnny Gilbert appears as himself. Earl: Bernard Kuby. Timmy: Greg Davis. Agnes: Audrey Lowell. Reynolds: William Porter. Stage (more…)
Tonight could be the night as Rebecca looks forward to a long-overdue evening of romance with Robin (Roger Rees). Part 1 of two. Singer Bill Medley appears as himself. Laura Walton: Gail O'Grady. Ingrid: Crystal Carson. Miles: Webster Williams.
Conclusion. Rebecca is on cloud nine after spending the night with Robin (Roger Rees), but Sam soon finds him with another woman. Righteous Brother Bill Medley costars. Christine Davi: Valerie Karasek. Will: Gilbert Girion. Elaine: Carol Robbins.
Woody is cowed by the advances of Kelly's mother (Melendy Britt), while urban cowboy Cliff rides the bar's new mechanical bull. Kelly: Jackie Swanson. Mr. Gaines: Richard Doyle. Conrad: Bill Geisslinger. Phil: Robert Gallo. Mechanic: D. David Morin. Firema (more…)
While promoting “Good Girls, Bad Boys,” author Lilith and a talk-show audience of women throw themselves at bad boy Sam. Brenda Balzac: Phyllis Katz. Viper: Lorelle Brina. Gloria: Peggy Mannix. Donna: Donna Fuller. Marti: Marti Muller. Audrey: Audrey R (more…)
Woody's girl, Kelly, is spending a year abroad and he's worried she'll be wooed by “rich dukes and earls and counts and Basies.” Also, Norm suffers the pangs of being designated driver for a night. Kelly: Jackie Swanson. Phil: Richmond Harrison. Steve: (more…)
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Tue Sep 27 4:00amSeason 7, Episode 20 HALMRK
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- Premiered: September 30, 1982
- Rating: TV-PG
- 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… (more)
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