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Season 4

70 :04x01 - Birth, Death, Love and Rice

Sep/26/1985
After Coach's death, Sam hires a new bartender in Woody Boyd who was Coach's pen pal. Frasier arrives back from Europe after Diane left him at the altar. He tells them that she had six months of decadent living across Europe and is now seeking renewal in a Boston monastery.
Guest Stars: Patricia Huston as Sister Catherine | Arnold Turner as Customer | Arnold Turner as Customer | Patricia Huston as Sister Catherine | Alan Koss as Alan | Lois De Banzie as Sister Marie | Alan Koss as Alan | Larry Harpel as Larry | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane | Lois De Banzie as Sister Marie
Director: James Burrows

71 :04x02 - Woody Goes Belly Up

Oct/03/1985
Woody's old girlfriend comes to Boston to visit him. Frasier decides to pay his bar bill by working as a janitor.
Guest Stars: Sean Everett as Waiter | Elizabeth Keifer as Lisa | Elizabeth Keifer as Lisa | Sean Everett as Waiter | Amanda Wyss as Beth Curtis | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane | Amanda Wyss as Beth Curtis | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane

72 :04x03 - Someday My Prince Will Come

Oct/17/1985
After Diane fantasizes about the owner of a coat left at Cheers, Sam pressures her to ask the coat's owner for a date no matter who the owner turns out to be. When the owner comes to claim the coat, Diane tries to wiggle out of her "dream date". Meanwhile, Norm and Cliff work together on a high school science project.
Guest Stars: Frank Dent as Stuart Sorensen | Frank Dent as Stuart Sorensen
Director: James Burrows

73 :04x04 - The Groom Wore Clearasil

Oct/24/1985
Carla worries that her son, Anthony, is contemplating getting married, even though he is still a teenager. She heads to Sam for help who tries to convince Anthony being a bachelor is far better than being a husband. Meanwhile, Diane has an interview with her former fiance, Sumner Sloane.
Guest Stars: Craig Berenson as Customer | John Ingle as Professor Moffat | Craig Berenson as Customer | Timothy Williams as Anthony Tortelli | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Sherilyn Fenn as Gabrielle | Mandy Ingber as Annie | Timothy Williams as Anthony Tortelli | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Mandy Ingber as Annie
Director: James Burrows

74 :04x05 - Diane's Nightmare

Oct/31/1985
On a dark, stormy night, Diane awakens from a nightmare in which she fears that Andy Schroeder, the crazy date who once tried to strangle her, has escaped from the home for the criminally insane and is coming to kill her.
Guest Stars: Nancy Cartwright as Cynthia | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Derek McGrath as Andy Schroeder | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane | Derek McGrath as Andy Schroeder | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
Director: James Burrows

75 :04x06 - I Will Gladly Pay You Tuesday

Nov/07/1985
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Guest Stars: Rick Andosca as Guy | Eve Glazier as Little Girl | Rick Andosca as Guy | Steve Giannelli as Steve | Alan Koss as Alan | William Lanteau as Bruce Sayers | Steve Giannelli as Steve | Alan Koss as Alan | William Lanteau as Bruce Sayers
Director: James Burrows

76 :04x07 - 2 Good 2 Be 4 Real

Nov/14/1985
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Guest Stars: Jack Gallagher (1) as Customer | Jack Gallagher (1) as Customer | Michael Alaimo as Vinnie Claussen | Don W. Lewis as Sotto the Mime | Michael Alaimo as Vinnie Claussen
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Peter Casey

77 :04x08 - Love Thy Neighbor

Nov/21/1985
Norm and his neighbor's wife hire a private detective when they assume that their spouses are having an affair together.
Guest Stars: Frank Czarnecki as Jack | Carolyn Ann Clark as Woman | Fred Dryer as Dave Richards (as John F. Dryer) | Richard Young as Frank | Ernie Sabella as Santo Carbone | Ernie Sabella as Santo Carbone | Richard Young as Frank | Fred Dryer as Dave Richards (as John F. Dryer) | Carolyn Ann Clark as Woman | Frank Czarnecki as Jack | Miriam Flynn as Phyllis Henshaw | Miriam Flynn as Phyllis Henshaw
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

78 :04x09 - From Beer to Eternity

Nov/28/1985
Cheers and Gary's Olde Towne Tavern are set to compete in their first ever athletic competition against each other, and the guys discover that bowling is not up their alley. But they find a reluctant hero in Woody, who doesn't want to compete.
Guest Stars: Kim Waltrip as Woman | Jack Kosslyn as Bill | Jack Kosslyn as Bill | Kim Waltrip as Woman | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Steve Giannelli as Steve | Joel Polis as Gary | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Steve Giannelli as Steve | Joel Polis as Gary
Director: James Burrows

79 :04x10 - The Barstoolie

Dec/05/1985
Cliff's father comes to Cheers to give him an important message, but Cliff is reluctant to identify himself to the man who left his family behind. Also, Sam is dating a woman with a brain, and tries to keep her from meeting Diane.
Guest Stars: Claudia Cron as Claudia | Claudia Cron as Claudia
Director: James Burrows

80 :04x11 - Don Juan is Hell

Dec/12/1985
Sam is proud to be the subject of Diane's psychology paper for school titled, “Don Juan Syndrome,” until he realizes what an unflattering picture she has painted of him.
Guest Stars: Rafael Munro as Reporter | Stephen Minor as Barry | Rafael Munro as Reporter | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Kenneth Tigar as Dr. Lowell Greenspon | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Kenneth Tigar as Dr. Lowell Greenspon
Director: James Burrows

81 :04x12 - Fools and Their Money

Dec/19/1985
Woody has had a remarkable winning streak playing the Cheers football pool. So the gang convinces him to place a bet with a real bookie. But no one expected that he would bet all his life's savings on the game.
Guest Stars: Arthur Taxier as Frank | Paul Willson as Paul Krapence | Arthur Taxier as Frank | Al Rosen (2) as Al
Director: James Burrows

82 :04x13 - Take My Shirt, Please

Jan/09/1986
The gang convinces Sam to give something to the annual charity auction, and is devastated when no one bids on his authentic jersey. Meanwhile, Norm tries to impress a potential client and his wife, but soon realizes that none of them have anything in common.
Guest Stars: Earl Houston Bullock as Announcer | Patrick Cronin as Bert | Frances Bay as Mrs. Brubaker | Patrick Cronin as Bert | Earl Houston Bullock as Announcer | Robert Symonds as Mr. Henry Brubaker
Director: James Burrows

84 :04x15 - The Triangle

Jan/23/1986
Frasier has been hitting the bottle hard since his break up with Diane, and Sam wants to help him, having been there himself. But Sam has no confidence in Diane's plan to restore Frasier's self respect.
Guest Stars: Al Rosen (2) as Al | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Susan Seeger

85 :04x16 - Cliffie's Big Score

Jan/30/1986
Cliff finds himself in an unusual situation when he has two dates for the annual postman's ball. He asks Sam for advice when he needs to drop either Diane or Carla.
Guest Stars: Al Rosen (2) as Al | Timothy Scott as Lucas | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Timothy Scott as Lucas
Director: James Burrows

86 :04x17 - Second Time Around

Feb/06/1986
After Frasier is dumped by his date, Sam sets him up with a woman who "cannot say no" to anyone.
Guest Stars: Lou Fant as Justice of the Peace | Lou Fant as Justice of the Peace | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane | Jennifer Tilly as Candi Pearson | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane | Jennifer Tilly as Candi Pearson
Director: Thomas Lofaro

87 :04x18 - The Peterson Principle

Feb/13/1986
Norm has some dirt on the competition for a promotion at work, that could give him the position.
Guest Stars: Adam Carl as Vito | Chip Zien as Jeff Robbins | Chip Zien as Jeff Robbins | Adam Carl as Vito | Daniel Davis as Mr. Reinhardt | Daniel Davis as Mr. Reinhardt | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
Director: James Burrows

88 :04x19 - Dark Imaginings

Feb/20/1986
In an effort not to look old in front of the guys, Sam winds up giving himself a hernia, which he tries to keep secret.
Guest Stars: Peter Neushul as Baritone | Jere Fields as Nurse Brenda | Christine Dickinson as Joan | Deborah Dalton as Nurse Louise | James Kline as Bass | Tim Dunigan as Dr. McNeese | Pamela Bach as Bonnie | Tim Dunigan as Dr. McNeese | James Kline as Bass | Deborah Dalton as Nurse Louise | Christine Dickinson as Joan | Lisa Vice as Judy | Jere Fields as Nurse Brenda | Larry F. Wright as 2nd Tenor | Douglas Anderson as 139th Street Quartet, 1st Tenor | Douglas Anderson as 139th Street Quartet, 1st Tenor
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

89 :04x20 - Save the Last Dance For Me

Feb/27/1986
After finding out that Calra's ex-husband is going to compete in a dance contest with the younger Loretta, Carla tries to enlist Sam as her partner.
Guest Stars: Sinara Stull as Cheryl Koski | Nick Dimitri as Eddie Csznyk | Sinara Stull as Cheryl Koski | Dan Hedaya as Nick Tortelli | Jean Kasem as Loretta Tortelli | Hal Landon, Jr. as Floyd Panjeric | Dan Hedaya as Nick Tortelli | Jean Kasem as Loretta Tortelli | Hal Landon, Jr. as Floyd Panjeric
Director: James Burrows

90 :04x21 - Fear is My Co-Pilot

Mar/13/1986
Sam and Diane find themselves in a matter of life-and-death when the pilot, Diane's ex-boyfriend, dies during the trip.
Guest Stars: Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane | Joseph Whipp as Jack Dalton | Joseph Whipp as Jack Dalton
Director: James Burrows

91 :04x22 - Diane Chambers Day

Mar/20/1986
The guys at the bar feel bad for always shutting out Diane from their activities and decide to attend anything she chooses...which happens to be an opera.
Guest Stars: Doris Grau as Corinne | Jacqueline Cassell as Jackie | Jacqueline Cassell as Jackie | Doris Grau as Corinne
Director: James Burrows

92 :04x23 - Relief Bartender

Mar/27/1986
Sam has decided to become the host/manager of Cheers, and therefore will need to hire a new bartender. But after the idea fizzles out, Woody fears he may lose his job.
Guest Stars: Judith Borsi as Child #1 | Kim Robinson as Andrea | Patricia Veselich as Mrs. Charters | Jack Lindine as Caribou #1 | Madgel Dean as Mrs. Benfer | Judith Barsi as Child #1 | Edan Gross as Child #2 | Terrence Beasor as Caribou #2 | Terrence Beasor as Caribou #2 | Paul Eiding as Fred | Madgel Dean as Mrs. Benfer | Jack Lindine as Caribou #1 | Patricia Veselich as Mrs. Charters | Judith Borsi as Child #1 | Kim Robinson as Andrea
Director: James Burrows

93 :04x24 - Strange Bedfellows (1)

May/01/1986
Sam falls for city councilwoman Janet Eldridge, as she stepped into Cheers to campaign. A jealous Diane decides to join her opponents side, believing she is out to steal Sam away and then dump him after the election. Frasier joins the opposition too, in hopes of getting Diane back.
Guest Stars: Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | David Paymer as Phil Schumacher | Michael G. Hagerty as Decker | Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | Kate Mulgrew as Janet Eldridge
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

94 :04x25 - Strange Bedfellows (2)

May/08/1986
Diane feels even more jealous now that Janet and Sam's relationship has grown stronger. Janet believes Sam needs to cut all ties to his past, which means he must fire Diane, a conversation she overheard. But Diane beats him to the punch and quits. Meanwhile, Norm fears that Vera's visiting sister will once again try and seduce him like she did on her last visit.
Guest Stars: Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | David Paymer as Phil Schumacher | David Paymer as Phil Schumacher | Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | Kate Mulgrew as Janet Eldridge
Director: James Burrows

95 :04x26 - Strange Bedfellows (3)

May/15/1986
Janet has won the election and gathers the press to Cheers to give a speech. Diane shows up and fires a few fastballs by he in the form of questions, causing Sam to remove her from the bar. Janet has been pressing Sam for a marriage proposal, but seeing a lack of commitment in his actions, decides to dump him. This causes Sam to call someone on the phone and propose. Meanwhile, mush to his fears, Vera is called away leaving he and Donna alone.
Guest Stars: Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | David Paymer as Phil Schumacher | Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | Kate Mulgrew as Janet Eldridge | Kate Mulgrew as Janet Eldridge
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell
Network: NBC ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Thursdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 30, 1982
Ended: May 20, 1993
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