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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.
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 Colas (more…)
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 cl (more…)
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 n (more…)
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 pr (more…)
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. Delivery (more…)
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 wo (more…)
Part 1 of two. In the aftermath of their breakup, Coach persuades Diane, who's been on a self-imposed "vacation," to talk to Sam, who's fallen off the wagon.This episode introduces Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane. Boggs: Duncan Ross. Customer No. 1: La (more…)
Frasier confides to Sam an intimate secret about his romance with Diane, and when she finds out, she gets her revenge with lip-smacking glee. Meanwhile, an ex-postal employee (Sam Scarber) seeks out the snitch who got him fired---Cliff (John Ratzenberger) (more…)
During a costume party at the bar, shy-guy Cliff, dressed as Ponce de Leon, discovers a different side of himself when he transforms into a smooth-talking ladies man, and Frasier tells Diane to take Sam to a concert that Frasier can't attend. Tinker Bell: (more…)
Sam accidentally shoots himself in the derriere after disarming a jealous husband (Carmen Argenziano) and concocts a story about thwarting a robbery to cover his embarrassment. Diane, who doesn't believe a word of the tall tale, vows to get to the bottom o (more…)
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