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Season 1

Uncle Sam Malone

Unaired
The bar gang tries to show Diane how U.S. savings bonds are a good investment.
Director: James Burrows

1 :01x01 - Give Me a Ring Sometime

Sep/30/1982
The series begins as an over-educated Diane Chambers enters the Cheers bar with her fiance/boss, Literature Professor Sumner Sloane, for a quick drink while he makes a phone call to get his mother's wedding ring from his ex-wife. But when Sumner goes to his ex-wife's house to get the family ring for Diane, his relationship with her gets rekindled. Upon his return, he tells Diane that he has no intention of leaving her, and returns once more to get the ring he was supposed to get the first time. This time, he ends up taking his ex-wife to the Barbados to get (re)married, abandoning Diane without a word.

A crushed Diane is left jobless, with few prospects, and finds that a waitress job at Cheers may be the right thing for her.
Guest Stars: John Ratzenberger as Cliff Clavin | Michael McGuire as Professor Sumner Sloane | Ron Frazier as Ron | John P. Navin, Jr. as Teenager | Erik Holland as Swedish customer
Director: James Burrows

2 :01x02 - Sam's Women

Oct/07/1982
After Diane mocks Sam's many female conquests for their lack of intellect, Sam sets out to prove he can attract intelligent women, too. Meanwhile, a long-past patron of the bar comes looking for advice from one of the former owners. Since that owner is long-since passed away, it falls to Coach Ernie to render advice.
Guest Stars: John Ratzenberger as Cliff Clavin | Donnelly Rhodes as Leo Metz | Angela Aames as Brandee | Donna McKechnie as Debra | Keenen Ivory Wayans as Customer | Jack Knight (1) as Jack
Director: James Burrows

3 :01x03 - The Tortelli Tort

Oct/14/1982
Carla loses her temper after a Yankees fan begins to insult Sam, and she attacks him. Now the fan plans to sue Sam and take the bar away unless Carla can learn to control her temper.
Guest Stars: John Ratzenberger as Cliff Clavin | Jack Knight (1) as Jack | Thomas Babson as Customer #1 | Paul Vaughn as Customer #3 | Stephen Mills as Dr. Graham | John Fiedler as Fred | Ron Karabatsos as Ed Kellner | Aaron Hamilton as Anthony | Richard McGonagle as Customer #2 | Rex Ryon as Bruin ("Rough Looking Guy")
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Tom Reeder

4 :01x04 - Sam at Eleven

Oct/21/1982
A local big shot newscaster asks to interview Sam, which boosts his ego, but Diane doesn't think that agreeing to put himself on television is a good idea.
Guest Stars: Paul Vaughn as Customer | Eapen Mathai as Recordist | Fred Dryer as Dave Richards | Harry Anderson as Harry | Michael Mann (3) as Guy
Director: James Burrows

5 :01x05 - Coach's Daughter

Oct/28/1982
Coach's daughter comes to Boston with some big news, she's getting married! But the man of her dreams turns out to be an obnoxious moron. Coach doesn't have the heart to tell her, which causes a strife in their communications.
Guest Stars: Philip Charles MacKenzie as Roy | Tim Cunningham as Chuck | Teddy Bergeron as Man | Jacqueline Cassell as Woman | Allyce Beasley as Lisa
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Ken Estin

6 :01x06 - Any Friend of Diane's

Nov/04/1982
An old friend of Diane's comes to visit her on the rebound of her latest loss at love. Diane becomes upset with Sam after he tries to hit on her friend.
Guest Stars: Macon McCalman as Darrell Stabell | Julia Duffy as Rebecca Prout
Director: James Burrows

7 :01x07 - Friends, Romans, Accountants

Nov/11/1982
In order to kiss up to the boss Norm takes on the planning the annual office party and of course holds it at Cheers. But in order to make this night complete he will need to find his boss a date...I wonder where Diane is.
Guest Stars: Peter Van Norden as Cymbals Player | Kenneth Kimmins as Fred Wilson | Jonathan Terry as Accountant #1 | Jim Hudson as Accountant #2 | Edie Berry as Accountant #3 | James Read as Herb Sawyer
Director: James Burrows

8 :01x08 - Truce or Consequences

Nov/18/1982
Diane insists that she and Carla stay after closing to settle their differences once and for all, but one too many drinks makes Carla reveal the startling "truth" about her youngest child.
Guest Stars: John Ratzenberger as Cliff | David A. Penhale as Customer #1 | Jack Knight (1) as Jack
Director: James Burrows

9 :01x09 - Coach Returns to Action

Nov/25/1982
Coach gets a thing for his new neighbor but after Sam see's her he also gets his eyes on the prize.
Guest Stars: Murphy Cross as Nina | Bill Wiley as The Tour Guide | Keone Young as Tourist #1 | Barry Cutler as Tourist #2 | Eve Smith as Tourist #3 | Julia Hendler as The Little Girl | John Ratzenberger as Cliff
Director: James Burrows

10 :01x10 - Endless Slumper

Dec/02/1982
One of the Red Sox players comes into the bar and is very frustrated with a slump he is in. He asks Sam for advice, and Sam brings up his lucky charm - a bottle cap. The baseball player wants to borrow it for luck, and Sam is very protective about it, but ends up letting him borrow it. Sam is very upset when the player does not return it within the promised time period.
Guest Stars: Anne Haney as Miss Gilder | Christopher McDonald as Rick Walker
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sam Simon

11 :01x11 - One for the Book

Dec/09/1982
Diane begins to keep notes on conversations of the bar; in the meantime a man who is about to join the monastery stops by the bar and after a few drinks reveals some deep secrets about his life, as the gang tries to cheer up an old WWI veteran whose buddies seem to have missed their reunion.
Guest Stars: Francis X. McCarthy as Mr. Phillips | Boyd Bodwell as Kevin | Ian Wolfe as Buzz Crowder | Jack Knight (1) as Jack | John Ratzenberger as Cliff
Director: James Burrows

12 :01x12 - The Spy Who Came in for a Cold One

Dec/16/1982
A mysterious quiet fellow enters the bar and doesn't say a thing all day; which makes the gang believe he is a secret agent.
Guest Stars: Robert Evan Collins as Chauffeur | Kurtis Woodruff as Sailor
Director: James Burrows

13 :01x13 - Now Pitching, Sam Malone

Jan/06/1983
Sam allows the public spotlight to get to his head and turns into a TV pitchman.
Guest Stars: Rick Hill as Tibor Svetkovic | Luis Tiant as Himself | Paul Vaughn as Unknown (recurring)
Director: James Burrows

14 :01x14 - Let Me Count the Ways

Jan/13/1983
After Diane's cat dies she turns to her bar friends looking for help, but ends up very dissapointed when they ignore her for the Celtics game.
Guest Stars: Steve Hanafin as Steve
Director: James Burrows

15 :01x15 - Father Knows Last

Jan/20/1983
Carla is pregnant...again, and lets another man believe he is the father because he is smart and could provide for her.
Guest Stars: Mary Ellen Trainor as Mary | Herb Mitchell as Tom
Director: James Burrows

16 :01x16 - The Boys in the Bar

Jan/27/1983
The bar regulars fear the bar may turn into a "gay bar" after one of Sam's old teammates reveals his homosexuality.
Guest Stars: Lee Ryan (1) as Bob | Wesley Thompson as Photographer | Thomas Babson as Barney | Kenneth Tigar as Ken | John Furey as Larry | Michael Kearns as Richard | Shannon Sullivan as Reporter #1 | John Bluto as Reporter #2
Director: James Burrows

17 :01x17 - Diane's Perfect Date

Feb/10/1983
Sam and Diane make a bet that they can find each other dates within the next 24 hours. Diane finds the perfect date for Sam, but Sam thought Diane was talking about being Sam's date when they made the contest. He ends up finding a man at the bar in the pool room, and pays him to be Diane's date. Little does Sam know, the guy he paid to take Diane out was an ex-criminal.
Guest Stars: Doug Sheehan as Walter Franklin | Gretchen Corbett as Gretchen
Director: James Burrows

18 :01x18 - No Contest

Feb/17/1983
Sam enters Diane into the Bar Maid contest. Diane has no idea, she sees her picture in the paper. She threatens to quit, until she finds out that the newspaper and radio shows will be giving interviews to the winner. She stays in the contest, only to win, thinking she will explain how Bar Maid contest are absurd and disrespectful to women. This all backfires on her when she wins, and gets to go to Bermuda.
Guest Stars: Tessa Richarde as Bonnie | Paul Vaughn as Unknown | Renee Gentry as Yvonne | Sharon Peters as Jocelyn | Tip O'Neill as Himself
Director: James Burrows

19 :01x19 - Pick a Con ... Any Con

Feb/24/1983
After Coach is cheated out of a lot of money Sam turns to Harry (the conman) to help get it back.
Guest Stars: Stephen D. Lee as Leo | Reid Shelton as George Wheeler | Harry Anderson as Harry
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

20 :01x20 - Someone Single, Someone Blue

Mar/03/1983
Diane's mother shows up at Cheers with some bad news: If Diane doesn't marry before the next day her mother will lose the share of Diane's father's estate.
Guest Stars: Dean Dittman as Harrison Fiedler | Paul Willson as Gregg | Duncan Ross as Boggs | Glynis Johns as Helen Chambers
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

21 :01x21 - Showdown (1)

Mar/24/1983
Sam's "perfect" brother show's up at the bar and impresses everybody, including Diane. Sam now feels left in the shadows.
Guest Stars: Deborah Shelton as Debbie | Paul Vaughn as Paul | George Ball as Derek Malone
Director: James Burrows

22 :01x22 - Showdown (2)

Mar/31/1983
Diane's relationship with Sam's older brother continues to grow until he shockingly asks her to move back to Paris with him.
Guest Stars: Helen Page Camp as Lady #2 | Peggy Kubena as Cindy
Director: James Burrows

Season 2

23 :02x01 - Power Play

Sep/29/1983
The Cheers regulars are finding it hard to adapt to Sam and Diane's new relationship. Diane is also having problems with this, which easily shows after she kicks Sam out of her apartment only after 5 minutes of him arriving.
Director: James Burrows

24 :02x02 - Little Sister Don't Cha

Oct/13/1983
Carla goes into labor at the bar, and her sister comes to fill in for her at the bar. She begins to become interested with all the guys at the bar, espically Cliff. Cliff decides he wants to marry her, but doesn't know that she's been fooling around with every other man at the bar. Norm ends up telling Cliff it isn't a good idea for him to marry Carla's sister.
Guest Stars: Paul Willson as Tom | Paul Vaughn as Paul | Jerry Prell as Customer
Director: James Burrows

25 :02x03 - Personal Business

Oct/20/1983
Diane wants to go to a speech at a college, but in order for her to do so, she needs to change schedules with Carla. Diane sweet talks Sam into convencing Carla that switching one night with her wouldn't be that bad. Carla refuses to make her point, that Diane gets away with things more than the rest of them would. Diane thinks this is interfering with their relationship, so she quits her job at the bar, and goes on the search for a new job. She comes back in a few weeks with a job at a publishing house. Diane has told Sam that her boss wanted to talk with him, to ask him a few questions about Diane, but the questions her new boss askes Sam are far from professional. Diane gets up-set that all the job offers she has gotten, all had sexual strings attatched.
Guest Stars: James Ingersoll as Mr. Anderson #2 | Patrick Stack as Customer #1
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Tom Reeder

26 :02x04 - Homicidal Ham

Oct/27/1983
Andy Andy is back in action. He comes into the bar, harmlessly asking for a drink, then the next thing you know, he's pointing a gun at the bar, demanding all the money in the cash register. They soon find out that Andy isn't a bad person at heart, and that his dreams are to become an actor. Diane decides to help Andy with his dreams, and does a scene from a play infront of her old college professor. While getting ready before the performance, Andy see's Diane and Sam kiss. He becomes angry and actually trys to strangle Diane in the scene they do together.
Guest Stars: Severn Darden as Professor DeWitt | Paul Vaughn as Paul
Director: James Burrows

27 :02x05 - Sumner's Return

Nov/03/1983
Sumner comes back to Cheers, hoping to win Diane back. But he fails miserably as Sam reads 'War and Peace' to impress Diane. Diane soon has to choose between Sumner and Sam. She chooses Sam, of course!
Director: James Burrows

28 :02x06 - Affairs of the Heart

Nov/10/1983
A man named Hank comes into Cheers, and becomes interested in Carla. Diane thinks it's sweet, so she decides to help out, and convinces Carla that he's not that bad. She agrees to go out with him, until she finds out what's wrong with him. After a few dates, things seem to be going well, until Carla dumps Hank for no aparent reason. Diane and Sam soon find out that Carla was right. Hank has a serious heart condition and too much excitement could kill him.
Director: James Burrows

29 :02x07 - Old Flames

Nov/17/1983
One of Sam's old friends, Dave, comes into the bar hoping to get the old, skirt chasing Sammy Malone back. But what Dave doesn't know is that Diane and Sam are going together. When Dave finds this out, he makes a bet that he can break them up in the next 24 hours.
Guest Stars: Elizabeth McIvor as Didi
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

30 :02x08 - Manager Coach

Nov/24/1983
An old friend of Sam's comes into Cheers, hoping to get Sam as a coach for his little league baseball team. Sam tells his friend that he's been too busy with the bar and Diane. Coach comes up with the idea for him to be the coach of the baseball team, and Sam thinks it's a wonderful idea. But Diane on the otherhand, does not. She thinks that sense Coach was use to training players in the Major League, she's afraid he'll drive the children away by making them work too hard.
Guest Stars: Corey Feldman as Moose | Elliott Scott as Peewee | Martin Davis as Tank
Director: James Burrows

31 :02x09 - They Called Me Mayday

Dec/01/1983
Dick Cavett suggests to Sam that his autobiography might sell well on the market. So him and Diane get to work on it. Meanwhile an old flame of Vera's comes to town looking to win her back; it's up to Norm to confront him about it.
Guest Stars: Dick Cavett as Himself | Ed Quinlan as Bob
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

32 :02x10 - How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Call You Back

Dec/08/1983
Diane gets Sam a pair of tickets to a fight Sam has been wanting to see. Sam is so happy, he blurts out the phrase, 'I love you'. Diane takes it seriously and is totally taken back by what Sam had said. Diane goes to tell Sam that what he told her really made her happy, and he thinks nothing of it. Diane then proposes that they think about their relationship. If neither one of them can come up with an explination as to why they are together, Diane thinks they should call it quits. A week later, Sam and Diane still can't figure out what their relationship means, and Sam can't bring himself to tell Diane that he loves her sense he used the phrase so casually.
Guest Stars: Gerald Berns as Dave
Director: James Burrows

33 :02x11 - Just Three Friends

Dec/15/1983
One of Diane's friends, Heather Landen, comes to Boston for a visit. Diane brings her over to the bar and introduces her to everyone. Heather is very nice to everyone at the bar, espically Sam. Sam starts to worry that Heather is getting a little too friendly, and warns Diane about it. Diane thinks Sam is just over reacting, and invites Heather to dinner with her and Sam. Once things start getting a little too friendly at Diane's apartment, Diane loses it and confronts Heather about it. Heather explains she's just a friendly person and her intentions were to make friends and not steal her boyfriend.
Guest Stars: Markie Post as Heather Landen
Director: James Burrows

34 :02x12 - Where There's a Will

Dec/22/1983
A man comes into Cheers, who only has 6 months to live, and who is oddly rich. Diane and Sam comfort him and talk to him. Sam lets him work behind the bar, since it's something he's always wanted to do. When it's time for him to leave, he leaves a will which says that Sam gets all of his money. Everyone starts to fight over the money, and Diane convinces Sam to destroy the will, because it's making everyone go crazy.
Guest Stars: Elizabeth Hill as Female Customer #1 | Tim Cunningham as Greg | Jacqueline Cassell as Female Customer #2
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Nick Arnold

35 :02x13 - Battle of the Exes

Jan/05/1984
Nick comes into the bar with his new Fiance. Carla is desperate to find somenoe to go to the wedding with her to show Nick up. She begs Sam, and Sam and Diane agree. When Nick sees Sam and Carla together, he secretly now wants her back. Sam and Carla go to the wedding, and have a great time. Later that night, Nick comes back into the bar and kisses Carla, hoping it will make some sparks between them again.
Guest Stars: Jacqueline Cassell as Customer #2
Director: James Burrows

36 :02x14 - No Help Wanted

Jan/12/1984
Norm is officaly out of work, and is desperate to find a new job. He's been working as a dish washer, when he can get a much better job. Diane comes up with the great idea to have Norm as Sam's accountant. Sam is a little protective over his money, and doesn't think it's a good idea to do business with friends. Diane convinces Sam to hire Norm and he does. But, when Norm finds out Sam had never fired his old accountant, things get a little rough in their friendship.
Guest Stars: Russ Marin as Customer #1 | Steve Giannelli as Customer #2 (Steve) | Hal Ralston as Customer #3
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Max Tash

37 :02x15 - And Coachie Makes Three

Jan/19/1984
Diane and Sam are spending a romantic evening together, when Coach barges in on them. Diane and Sam are desperate to find Coach his own girlfriend so they can have time for themselves, but the plan backfires when Diane and Sam have to admite that the reason they set Coach up with somebody is that they don't want him hanging around them so much.
Guest Stars: Milda Dacys as Woman #1 | Robyn Peterson as Woman #2
Director: James Burrows

38 :02x16 - Cliff's Rocky Moment

Jan/26/1984
Cliff doesn't get along very nicely with a man that comes into the bar. He pushes it far enough to where he wants to fight Cliff. Cliff, being the coward he is, trys to back out of it. But when it's time to face the music, Cliff shows them some of his fighting skills that he doesn't have, and ends up asking Diane to bring him to the hospital.
Guest Stars: Sam Scarber as Lewis | Elizabeth Hill as Liz
Director: James Burrows

39 :02x17 - Fortune and Men's Weight

Feb/02/1984
Coach has ordered yet another item from a con man. It's a weight telling fortune machine. Carla is spooked by the machine when everyone's fortune comes true. Diane doesn't believe in it, until she gets a fortune that relates to her and Sam.
Guest Stars: Charles Champion as Delivery Man #2
Director: James Burrows

40 :02x18 - Snow Job

Feb/09/1984
Sam wants to go on a ski trip with his old friends, and tells Diane that his uncle died so he could go up to Vermont without her knowing. Carla trys to convence Diane that it's just a bluff so Sam could leave. Diane starts to believe Carla and confronts Sam.
Guest Stars: Gary Gershaw as Tommy
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

41 :02x19 - Coach Buries a Grudge

Feb/16/1984
One of Coach's old friends die. He's so upset, he wants to have a funeral in Boston for him. Sam doesn't think it's a good idea, but doesn't tell Coach. Instead, he tells Diane that Coach's friend had an affair with his wife. Coach over hears the conversation, and becomes furious.
Guest Stars: Jack O'Leary as Lefty | Arthur Lessac as Art | Bob Lobel as Customer #1 | Don Bexley as Charlie
Director: James Burrows

42 :02x20 - Norman's Conquest

Feb/23/1984
After an attractive new client begins to seem interested in Norm; the gang tries to get him to pursue her.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Lissa Levin

43 :02x21 - I'll Be Seeing You (1)

May/03/1984
Sam is asked to pose in a magazine as an eligible bachelor and agree's to. Diane is offended by this (because they are dating right now) and does not take it lightly. Meanwhile, Semenko, a famous artist, has stumbled into Cheers and wants to make Diane the subject of his artwork.
Guest Stars: Christopher Carroll as Ed
Director: James Burrows

44 :02x22 - I'll Be Seeing You (2)

May/10/1984
After seeing the half done portrait of Diane Sam forbids her from posing for him ever again. But of course, Diane will not take this obnoxious order.
Guest Stars: Christopher Carroll as Ed
Director: James Burrows

Season 3

45 :03x01 - Rebound (1)

Sep/27/1984
After Diane leaves Cheers for a "vacation" Sam reverts back to his old ways of drinking. Coach hates to see him this way, because he remembers what it was like the first time. So he turns to Diane for help.
Guest Stars: Anita Elevi as Baton Twirler | Larry Harpel as Customer #1 (Larry) | Brian Burt as Customer #2
Director: James Burrows

46 :03x02 - Rebound (2)

Oct/04/1984
Dr. Frasier Crane, a doctor recommended by Diane, helps Sam return to the path of soberness once again. But now Diane, who has taken her job back, must tell Sam that she is "involved" with the doctor.
Guest Stars: Larry Harpel as Customer #1 (Larry) | Brian Burt as Customer #2 | Ethel Sway as Croquet Player
Director: James Burrows

47 :03x03 - I Call Your Name

Oct/18/1984
Fraiser turns to Sam for help about his intimate relationship with Diane. Meanwhile, Cliff must stay undercover to avoid a vengeful fellow postal employee.
Guest Stars: Mitch Kreindel as Eddie | Erwin Fuller as Mr. Fancy Bottom
Director: James Burrows

48 :03x04 - Fairy Tales Can Come True

Oct/25/1984
Cliff meets a woman at the Costume Party at Cheers who he really likes, and she even likes him back. But after the night ends he is afraid to see her again without the mask.
Guest Stars: J. Alan Thomas as Jeff | Rebecca Soladay as Woman #1
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sam Simon

49 :03x05 - Sam Turns the Other Cheek

Nov/01/1984
After Sam enters the bar with a gun shot to the butt everyone wants an explanation. So he makes up a fake story about an elaborate scheme which lies only grow bigger and bigger as the story moves through the grapevine. All to avoid the real truth that he was shot by a jealous husband.
Guest Stars: Carmen Argenziano as Marvin | Mark Sawyer as Customer #1
Director: James Burrows

50 :03x06 - Coach in Love (1)

Nov/08/1984
Coach meets a beautiful woman who agree's to marry him. Meanwhile, Sam tries to score with her daughter but can't seem to make the date.
Guest Stars: Ellen Regan as Sue Blanchard
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

51 :03x07 - Coach in Love (2)

Nov/15/1984
The wedding is set, and everyone's excited. That is until Irene (coach's fiance) wins the lottery and dumps him. When Coach refuses to believe that it has really happened the gang worries he is in a state of denial.
Guest Stars: Alan Blumenfeld as Customer #1 | Ellen Regan as Sue Blanchard | Jason Tatar as Customer #2
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

52 :03x08 - Diane Meets Mom

Nov/22/1984
Diane meets Frasier's mother for the first time, who "casually" tells her she will kill her if she doesn't leave Fraiser alone.
Guest Stars: Tom Kindle as Phil Ryan
Director: James Burrows

53 :03x09 - An American Family

Nov/29/1984
Nick, Carla's scumbag of an ex-husband, returns demanding a more equal division of the marital properties. Namely he wants one of the kids, a demand to which Carla actually agree's.
Guest Stars: Thomas Babson as Tom | Dan Hedaya as Nick Tortelli | Jean Kasem as Loretta Tortelli
Director: James Burrows

54 :03x10 - Diane's Allergy

Dec/06/1984
Diane moves in with Fraiser and begins to suffer from a mysterious allergy, which Fraiser believes is a subconsciencious sign that they are not ready to live together.
Guest Stars: Cory Yothers as Ben
Director: James Burrows

55 :03x11 - Peterson Crusoe

Dec/13/1984
After an enlightening experience Norm gets an utter awareness of his own mortality. He decides to rid himself of all material possesions and move to Bora Bora. A small island free of all technological advancements where he will live in a hut and do hard labor. But will Norm really make it to Bora Bora?
Guest Stars: Michael Griswold as Conrad | Howard Goodwin as Mark | John Marzilli as Joe
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

56 :03x12 - A Ditch in Time

Dec/20/1984
Sam becomes attracted to one of Diane's friends, but she strongly insists he stays away. Which of course only makes Sam want her more. After their first date the girl already wants Sam to meet her parents, or who she calls him, "their future son-in-law".
Guest Stars: Kate Williamson as Mona | David Wiley as Todd | Larry Harpel as Larry | Carol Kane as Amanda
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Ken Estin

57 :03x13 - Whodunit?

Jan/03/1985
Fraiser is highly disturbed to learn his trusted mentor has been dating Carla, who also has a suprise of her own: she's pregnant.
Guest Stars: Ernie Sabella as Stan | James Karen as Dr. Ludlow
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Tom Reeder

58 :03x14 - The Heart is a Lonely Snipe Hunter

Jan/10/1985
Diane insists the gang include Fraiser in their "Masculine Pursuits". So they take him on a "snipe" hunt in the woods and leave him there as a prank. Which doesn't go well.
Guest Stars: Kim Elliot as Customer #2 | H.B. Newton as Customer #3 | Alan Koss as Alan | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Walter Smith (2) as Customer #1
Director: James Burrows

59 :03x15 - King of the Hill

Jan/24/1985
Sam agree's to be the pitcher for a charity softball game against Playboy bunnies, but being back on the mound brings back his competitive self and he strikes them all out.
Guest Stars: David Paymer as Reporter | Jeana Tomasina as Becky | Heidi Sorenson as Ginger | Ola Ray as Andrea | Steve Giannelli as Steve | Larry Harpel as Larry | John Hancock as Lenny
Director: James Burrows

60 :03x16 - Teacher's Pet

Jan/31/1985
Sam and Coach both agree to take a night school class in geography. But when class begins, they do things a little different. While Coach is studying hard for A's, Sam is dating the teacher.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Tom Reeder

61 :03x17 - The Mail Goes to Jail

Feb/07/1985
Cliff is a little too ill to finish his mail route so Norm does it for him and gets arrested because of it. But Cliff's pride and fear of losing his perfect discipline record makes him refuse to back up Norm's explanation to the cops.
Guest Stars: Troy Evans as Cop | Nick DeMauro as Customer | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Larry Harpel as Larry | Deborah Richter as Bambi
Director: James Burrows

62 :03x18 - Behind Every Great Man

Feb/21/1985
Sam tries to hit on a lady who works as an investigator for the Boston singles scene; too bad she has heard every line in the book.
Guest Stars: Al Rosen (2) as Al | Larry Harpel as Larry | Alison La Placa as Paula Nelson
Director: James Burrows

63 :03x19 - If Ever I Would Leave You

Feb/28/1985
Nick, Carla's ex-husband, comes to Cheers begging for her to take him back after Loretta kicks him out of the house.
Guest Stars: Steve Giannelli as Steve | Dan Hedaya as Nick Tortelli | Jean Kasem as Loretta Tortelli
Director: James Burrows

64 :03x20 - The Executive's Executioner

Mar/07/1985
Norm becomes the "company hatchet man" after the boss realizes he has a nack for letting people go nicely. But how long can Norm keep this brutal job up?
Guest Stars: Warren Munson as John Parker | Raye Birk as Walt Twitchell | Randall Miller as Michael | David Wohl as Phil Wagner | Mark Schubb as Billy Richter | Larry Harpel as Larry | Richard Roat as Mr. Hecht
Director: James Burrows

65 :03x21 - Bar Bet

Mar/14/1985
An old friend of Sam's returns to the bar with some interesting news. He reminds Sam of an old bet, which stated that if Sam didn't marry Jacqueline Bissett before a certain date he would have to give the bar up.
Guest Stars: Thomas Babson as Tom Sherry | Dean Dittman as Harrison Fielder | Laurie Walters as Jacqueline Bisset | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Michael Richards as Eddie Gordon
Director: James Burrows

66 :03x22 - Cheerio, Cheers

Apr/11/1985
Sam throws Diane a going-away party after she announces she will be leaving to acompany Fraiser to Italy for a while.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sam Simon

67 :03x23 - The Bartender's Tale

Apr/18/1985
Carla insists that Sam higher an older woman to replace Diane to avoid the love factor, which Sam does. But he can't control his attraction to her young daughter, a factor Carla didn't add in.
Guest Stars: Brynja Willis as Brenda | Rhonda Shear as Sydney | Camilla More as Carolyn | Gregory Snegoff as Bellboy | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Lila Kaye as Lilian
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sam Simon

68 :03x24 - The Belles of St. Clete's

May/02/1985
Carla rounds up all of her former classmates from "St. Clete's School for Wayward Girls" to plot a long awaited revenge to an old principle she spots drinking at Cheers.
Guest Stars: Catherine Paolone as Donna Guzzo | Kate Zentall as Kathy Settuducato | Camilla Ashland as Drusilla Dimeglio | Ellen Gerstein as Mo McSweeney | Thomas Babson as Tom | Alan Koss as Alan | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Steve Giannelli as Steve | Larry Harpel as Larry | Marsha Warfield as Roxanne Brewster
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Ken Estin

69 :03x25 - Rescue Me

May/09/1985
While in Italy, Fraiser proposes to Diane. She calls Sam hoping he will talk her out of it, but says yes after Sam doesn't answer...because he is on the way to Italy to bring Diane back.
Guest Stars: James V. Christy as Dan Corelli | Dan Galliani as Priest | Susan Kase as Stewardess | Martin Ferrero as Waiter
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Ken Estin

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: Arnold Turner as Customer | Patricia Huston as Sister Catherine | 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: Elizabeth Keifer as Lisa | Sean Everett as Waiter | Amanda Wyss as Beth Curtis | Al Rosen (2) as Al | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
Director: James Burrows

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
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: 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
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
Director: James Burrows

75 :04x06 - I Will Gladly Pay You Tuesday

Nov/07/1985
Although Sam would usually have no qualms over lending Diane money, especially a measly $500, that is until he witnesses he recent spending spree and that she has used the money to purchase a book.
Guest Stars: Eve Glazier as Little Girl | Rick Andosca as Guy | 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
Carla's ad in the personals has not been answered, so the guys decide to make up a man for her. Airline pilot Mitch Wainwright is created as a means of raising her spirits, but she becomes obsessed with the 'man.'
Guest Stars: Jack Gallagher (1) as Customer | Michael Alaimo as Vinnie Claussen | Don W. Lewis as Sotto the Mime
Director: James Burrows

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: 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
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: Jack Kosslyn as Bill | Kim Waltrip as Woman | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Steve Giannelli as Steve | Alan Koss as Alan | 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 | Dick O'Neill as Cliff Clavin, Sr.
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: Stephen Minor as Barry | Rafael Munro as Reporter | Tim Cunningham as Tim | Kenneth Tigar as Dr. Lowell Greenspon
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

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: 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: Frances Bay as Mrs. Brubaker | Patrick Cronin as Bert | Earl Houston Bullock as Announcer | Robert Symonds as Mr. Henry Brubaker
Director: James Burrows

83 :04x14 - Suspicion

Jan/16/1986
After making a fool out of the gang at Cheers with her psychology-class experiment in paranoid behavior, it's Diane who may become a better case subject as she nervously awaits their revenge.
Guest Stars: M.C. Gainey as Irving | Joseph Paz as Customer | Hamilton Camp as Martin Gallagher | Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Tom Reeder

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
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
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 | 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: Chip Zien as Jeff Robbins | Adam Carl as Vito | 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: 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 | Peter Neushul as Baritone | Larry F. Wright as 2nd 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: 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
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
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: 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: Terrence Beasor as Caribou #2 | Edan Gross as Child #2 | Judith Barsi as Child #1 | 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: Michael G. Hagerty as Decker | David Paymer as Phil Schumacher | 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: David Paymer as Phil Schumacher | Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | Kate Mulgrew as Janet Eldridge
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

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: David Paymer as Phil Schumacher | Max Wright (1) as Jim Fleener | Kate Mulgrew as Janet Eldridge
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

Season 5

96 :05x01 - The Proposal

Sep/25/1986
Sam becomes frustrated when Diane refuses to accept his marriage proposal over the telephone, and then agrees to meet her for a romantic evening and then still rejects him.
Director: James Burrows

97 :05x02 - The Cape Cad

Oct/02/1986
Since Diane said no to his wedding proposal once too often, Sam says he will never ask her again. He brags that he has set up a romantic weekend with another woman at Cape Cod, which entices Diane to follow him. Although alone, Sam won't mention that his date has returned home early.
Guest Stars: Sid Conrad as Husband | Don Perry as Hotel Manager | Brenda Strong as Vicki | Kathryn White as Wife
Director: James Burrows

98 :05x03 - Money Dearest

Oct/09/1986
Cliff makes plans of becoming a rich man someday by introducing his mom to a rich bar patron. But the man explains that when he dies, he's leaving all his money to charity.
Guest Stars: Frances Sternhagen as Esther Clavin
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Janet Leahy

99 :05x04 - Abnormal Psychology

Oct/16/1986
Diane helps Frasier and Dr. Lillith Sternin get together after noticing a chemistry between the two. Meanwhile, Woody invites Norm and Cliff to a fishing trip, which they reluctantly attend.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Janet Leahy

100 :05x05 - House of Horrors With Formal Dining and Used Brick

Oct/30/1986
Carla buys a new house and later discovers it is on top of a 17th century prison graveyard. So Cliff is recruited to spend the night there to prove there is nothing to fear.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

101 :05x06 - Tan N' Wash

Nov/06/1986
Norm gets the whole gang involved when he invests in a combination laundry and tanning salon.
Director: James Burrows

102 :05x07 - Young Dr. Weinstein

Nov/13/1986
Woody becomes obsessed with creating a new drink. After many failures he hits a tasty new concoction...now if he can only remember the ingredients. Meanwhile, Diane and her new beau have reservations at a new "in spot" of Boston, named The Cafe. Sam believes he should bring his latest date there also.
Guest Stars: Joseph Kell as Waiter | Dennis Robertson as Dr. Peter Fisher | Kristi Somers as Darlene
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

103 :05x08 - Knights of the Scimitar

Nov/20/1986
Sam becomes jealous when Diane announces that she has been doing some part-time teaching and one of her students is in love with her. Also, Cliff wants to join the Knights of the Scimitar, an exclusive lodge. He also wants the gang to join but only Norm agrees, in hopes of making new business contacts. But a rule will keep him from doing so.
Guest Stars: Raye Birk as Walt Twitchell | Dwier Brown as Lance | Bill Deland as Foley | Steve Vinovich as High Sultan
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Jeff Abugov

104 :05x09 - Thanksgiving Orphans

Nov/27/1986
Diane invites everyone to Carla's home for a Thanksgiving dinner, only to wind up with a frozen turkey and burnt peas as their meal.
Director: James Burrows

105 :05x10 - Everyone Imitates Art

Dec/04/1986
Diane receives a rejection letter from a literary magazine, touting her work as promising. Sam believes that he would receive the same letter if he sent a poem in to the same magazine. But when his work is accepted, Diane goes all-out to prove his poem was plagiarized.
Director: James Burrows

106 :05x11 - The Book of Samuel

Dec/11/1986
After receiving a "Dear John" letter from Beth in the mail, Woody searches through Sam's legendary black book to find a woman to show off as his date.
Guest Stars: Katherine McGrath as Desiree Harrison | Pamela A. Hedges as Tina Wilson | Barbara Chase as Woman | John Brace (2) as Leonard Twilley
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

107 :05x12 - Dance, Diane, Dance

Dec/18/1986
Diane announces that she has been taking ballet lessons at a community college class with the world renowned Madame Lihkova. She must submit a video tape for her final exam, which the gang get a hold of and its harsh critiques. Frasier rewrites the message to something positive, which swells her head to the point of wanting to audition for the Boston Ballet.
Guest Stars: Dan Gerrity as Choreographer
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Jeff Abugov

108 :05x13 - Chambers vs Malone

Jan/08/1987
Sam winds up in jail for assault and battery after proposing to Diane one more time.
Guest Stars: Lance E. Nichols as Baliff | Thomas Babson as Tom Babson | Glen Vernon as Priest | Michael Keys Hall as Assistant D.A. | Hugh Maguire as Hall Hugh | Patrick De Santis as Joe | Jack Ritschel as Warden
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

109 :05x14 - Diamond Sam

Jan/15/1987
Sam finds himself in a bind when Diane falls in love with an engagement ring costing $5,200. Norm suggest using his friend to make a fake ring for a fraction of the cost. But the pressure is too much for Sam and he buys the expensive ring, switching it before Diane finds out. After revealing his secret, Diane becomes so upset that she tosses the ring out the window...unaware that it's the real ring.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Tom Reeder

110 :05x15 - Spellbound

Jan/22/1987
When Loretta catches Nick cheating on her, Diane and Carla come to her side for comfort. But when Sam stands up to Nick, he believes that Sam and Loretta are now a couple and vows to steal Diane away from him. Meanwhile, Frasier struggles in a game of chess against Woody.
Director: James Burrows

111 :05x16 - Never Love a Goalie (1)

Jan/29/1987
Eddie Lebec, a recent addition to the Boston Bruins hockey club, falls for Carla. Meanwhile, Diane is named foreman of a murder trial and is sworn to secrecy, but spills the beans to anyone who will listen.
Guest Stars: Deanna Oliver as Deanna
Director: James Burrows

112 :05x17 - Never Love a Goalie (2)

Feb/05/1987
Eddie was the hottest goalie in hockey until he and Carla became an item. Meanwhile, the defendant in Diane's murder trial shows up at the bar.
Guest Stars: Brent Spiner as Murder Suspect | Deanna Oliver as Deanna | Suzanne Collins (1) as Sherry Grand
Director: James Burrows

113 :05x18 - One Last Fling

Feb/12/1987
Sam and Diane decide to allow each other one last fling for 24 hours before their wedding day, but neither take advantage of the situation.
Director: James Burrows

114 :05x19 - Dog Bites Cliff

Feb/18/1987
Diane asks for some time away to visit a Buddhist monastery to get her life straightened out. Meanwhile, Cliff is all set to sue the owner of a dog which left him with a bite on his leg, but gets cold feet after seeing the voluptuous beauty.
Director: James Burrows

115 :05x20 - Dinner at Eight-ish

Feb/26/1987
Frasier shocks the gang by announcing he has asked Lilith Stern to move in together, and invite Sam and Diane over for dinner. Elsewhere, Carla enlists Cliff to watch over her children while away with Eddie.
Guest Stars: Doris Grau as Corinne | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

116 :05x21 - Simon Says

Mar/05/1987
Diane pleads for Frasier's friend, a noted marriage therapist, to take them in for a session, then refuses to use his suggestions.
Guest Stars: Ray Underwood as Busman
Director: James Burrows

117 :05x22 - The Godfather, Part III

Mar/19/1987
Joyce Pantusso, Coach's daughter and Sam's goddaughter, has come to Boston for a visit. Sam asks Woody to keep her busy so she won't become bored. But when they come back to Cheers, they give the shocking news that they want to move in together.
Guest Stars: Joe Colligan as Jack
Director: James Burrows

118 :05x23 - Norm's First Hurrah

Mar/26/1987
Norm lands a job at a prestigious Boston CPA firm, but overdoes his importance to the firm with the gang. So when they come to surprise him at work he becomes caught in a lie. Meanwhile, Woody loses a $20 bill and Cliff just happens to have found one.
Guest Stars: Neil Zevnik as Supervisor | Jeff Williams (1) as Office Boy | Ron Davis (1) as Board Member
Director: James Burrows

119 :05x24 - Cheers: the Motion Picture

Apr/02/1987
Woody finds out that his parents fear his safety in Boston and ask him to return to Indiana. So the gang decide to film a short movie showing the life that he leads each day in hopes of changing their minds.
Director: Tim Berry
Writer: Phoef Sutton

120 :05x25 - A House is Not a Home

Apr/30/1987
Sam and Diane find their dream house, but after hearing the story of the elderly couple who live there now, Diane doesn't have the heart to move in.
Guest Stars: Douglas Seale as Bert Miller | Stephanie Walski as Naomi | Mark Smollin as David | Stefanie Mason as Annie | Lou Bonacki as Man | Penny Krompier as Mom
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

121 :05x26 - I Do and Adieu

May/07/1987
Sam and Diane's wedding day has finally arrived, as has Dr. Sumner Sloane, along with the news that a producer is interested in one of her manuscripts, but needs to make some changes immediately.
Guest Stars: Walter Addison as Justice of the Peace
Director: James Burrows
Songs: Irving Berlin -- What'll I do

Season 6

122 :06x01 - Home is the Sailor

Sep/24/1987
Six months has passed since Diane left Sam at the alter. Sam had since sold the bar to a corporation and bought himself a sailboat where he had been living until it sank. Now he's returned to Cheers and is looking for a job.
Guest Stars: Michael Tulin as Customer
Director: James Burrows

123 :06x02 - 'I' on Sports

Oct/01/1987
Sam gets the chance to fill-in for his old buddy on TV for a week as a sportscaster on the evening news. But to do so he must dodge his duties at Cheers.
Guest Stars: Leonard R. Garner, Jr. as Store Manager | Catherine MacNeal as Joanne | J. Stephan Coyle as Dr. Buzz
Director: James Burrows

124 :06x03 - Little Carla, Happy at Last (1)

Oct/15/1987
Eddie proposes to Carla and wants her to meet his mother. The get together is a disaster when she takes an immediate disliking to Carla and wants the wedding called off. Elsewhere, Rebecca nervously awaits the arrival of her boss.
Director: James Burrows

125 :06x04 - Little Carla, Happy at Last (2)

Oct/22/1987
It's up to Sam to get Carla and Eddie back together after Eddie's mother did not approve of his choice of brides.
Guest Stars: Ron Husmann as Bandleader | Timothy Williams as Anthony Tortelli | Mandy Ingber as Annie Tortelli | Jay Thomas as Eddie LeBec
Director: James Burrows

126 :06x05 - The Crane Mutiny

Oct/29/1987
Having had a fallout with Lilith, the gang tries to convince Frasier that Rebecca wants him. Meanwhile, Rebecca removes Sam's picture and replaces it with one of her own.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin
Director: James Burrows
Writer: David Angell

127 :06x06 - Paint Your Office

Nov/05/1987
After Norm is alerted by Rebecca how much his bar tab has amassed, he works it off by painting her office for her.
Director: James Burrows

128 :06x07 - The Last Angry Mailman

Nov/12/1987
Cliff's mom is ready to sell their family home to a developer who wants to build a convenience store on the site. Meanwhile, after discovering Rebecca's college nickname, "Backseat Becky," the gang want to learn how she got the name.
Guest Stars: Frances Sternhagen as Esther Clavin
Director: James Burrows

129 :06x08 - Bidding on the Boys

Nov/19/1987
Sam and Woody participate in a charity auction but are not too happy after finding out who bought them.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lilltih Sternin
Director: Thomas Lofaro

130 :06x09 - Pudd'nhead Boyd

Nov/26/1987
Woody takes the role of Mark Twain in a local theater production, and meets an older woman while still in his makeup which he begins dating.
Guest Stars: John Paragon as Grif Palmer | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

131 :06x10 - A Kiss is Still a Kiss

Dec/03/1987
Sam is asked by Rebecca to attend a company function with her to prove to Evan Crane that she is not a lesbian. Meanwhile, Frasier comes down with a bad case of the hiccups.
Guest Stars: Christian LeBlanc as Assistant # 2

132 :06x11 - My Fair Clavin

Dec/10/1987
Cliff creates a monster when he moves into a singles apartment complex and meets Sally, a very plain looking woman. Cliff explains to Rebecca that she won't go out because of her looks, in which Miss Howe suggests she gets a makeover. Pleased with her new face, Sally becomes a hit at Cheers, making Cliff wishing she was back to her old self. Meanwhile, Rebecca has begun smoking again and makes a pact with Sam, if she ever smokes again, she will sleep with him.

133 :06x12 - Christmas Cheers

Dec/17/1987
The gang finds themselves depressed on Christmas Eve, with Rebecca keeping the bar open late, Carla wants to be home with Eddie, and Woody is away from home for the first time during the holiday season. When Sam is invited to a late night dinner at Rebeca's apartment, Sam becomes desperate to find her a gift.

134 :06x13 - Woody For Hire, Meets Norman of the Apes

Jan/07/1988
No one will believe Woody when he says he was hired to play a tiny role in an episode of Spenser: for Hire. Meanwhile, a disagreement between Norm and Cliff over the paint job Norm has done in Cliff's mothers apartment, has a chimpanzee doing the same work Norm has just completed.
Guest Stars: Robert Urich as Himself

135 :06x14 - And God Created Woodman

Jan/14/1988
A company picnic at Evan Drake's home ends up making Woody buddies with the boss due to his taking the fall for Rebecca who has broken one of Evan's vases.

136 :06x15 - Tale of Two Cuties

Jan/21/1988
With Carla on maternity leave having given birth to twins, her daughter Annie fills in, and Mr. Drake has hired a pretty young girl to work at the bar causing jealous feelings for Rebecca, who is unaware that the girl is his daughter.
Guest Stars: Bobbie Eakes as Laurie Drake

137 :06x16 - Yacht of Fools

Feb/04/1988
Sam is invited to bring a guest along for a weekend on Evan Drake's yacht. When Rebecca finds out, she insists that Sam brings her along so she can get closer to Evan.

138 :06x17 - To All the Girls I've Loved Before

Feb/11/1988
Sam and Rebecca give Frasier and Lilith their bachelor and bridal showers. While Frasier's promises to be a party to remember, the fun suddenly stops when the stripper ends up being one of his patients. Meanwhile, Lilith's party becomes a blast, so much so that a drunken Lilith misses her call from Frasier she had asked him to make, putting fear in his mind that she has run off with the male stripper.

139 :06x18 - Let Sleeping Drakes Lie

Feb/18/1988
While Evan Drake is in Europe, Norm has been hired to paint the inside of his home. When Rebecca finds out she badgers Norm into letting her look around Evan's place. But when he comes home unexpectedly, she must find a place to hide.

140 :06x19 - Airport V

Feb/25/1988
Eddie has been cut by the Penguins and gets a new job skating as a penguin in The World of Ice show. But Carla can't go to visit him because she is afraid to fly. Frasier decides to hold a workshop for others who have the same fear, ending with a plane trip. While the patients are calm aboard the flight, their comments have Frasier freaked out. Meanwhile, Rebecca awaits the arrival of Murray Treadwell, a local restaurant critic, hoping to receive a positive review of the bar since taking over the management.
Guest Stars: Michelle Davison as Flight Attendant

141 :06x20 - The Sam in the Gray Flannel Suit

Mar/03/1988
Evan Drake promotes Sam to an executive position, which upsets Rebecca. She figures out that Sam only got the nod so he could be a ringer on the corporation's softball team. Despite wanting to throw this back in his face when the season ends and Sam is fired, he tells Rebecca how his father said he was proud of him, causing her to rethink her plans.

142 :06x21 - Our Hourly Bread

Mar/10/1988
With all the crew asking for raises, Rebecca confides that the bar may be shut down since it is losing money. The gang devise an idea to raise money by raffling off a cruise. But an error by Woody has the winner being number 66 or 99, and both patrons threaten to sue.

143 :06x22 - Slumber Party Massacre

Mar/24/1988
When Carla learns she is about to be a grandmother and becomes depressed, Lilith and Rebecca throw a slumber party in an attempt to cheer her up.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane

144 :06x23 - Bar Wars

Mar/31/1988
The Cheers gang declares war on a rival bar, Gary's Old Town Tavern, and steals their bowling tournament trophy.
Guest Stars: Tom Rosqui as Jensen

145 :06x24 - The Big Kiss-Off

Apr/28/1988
Sam and Woody square off to see who can kiss Rebecca first.

146 :06x25 - Backseat Becky, Up Front

May/05/1988
Rebecca goes to great lengths to try to get some time alone with Evan Drake before he moves to Japan.

Season 7

147 :07x01 - How to Recede in Business

Oct/27/1988
Rebecca's life is thrown into chaos when she learns Evan Drake's replacement has made Sam the new manager.
Director: James Burrows

148 :07x02 - Swear to God

Nov/03/1988
Sam makes a wager with God that if he remains celibate if only he isn't the father of an old girlfriend's child.
Guest Stars: Kim Johnston Ulrich as Rachel Patterson
Director: James Burrows

149 :07x03 - Executive Sweet (1)

Nov/10/1988
Rebecca tells Sam that she'll only date people that can help her get further in her career.
Director: James Burrows

150 :07x04 - One Happy Chappy in a Sappy Serape (2)

Nov/17/1988
Sam heads south of the border to Mexico to open a new bar for the company, which makes Rebecca available to her baby boss.
Director: James Burrows

151 :07x05 - Those Lips, Those Ice

Nov/24/1988
Carla becomes upset when she believes that Eddie is having an affair with someone from the ice show.
Guest Stars: Isa Jank as Franzi Schrempf
Director: James Burrows

152 :07x06 - Norm, is That You?

Dec/08/1988
Norm becomes an interior decorator, but tries to hide it from the gang.
Guest Stars: George DelHoyo as Robert Cooperman | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin
Director: James Burrows

153 :07x07 - How to Win Friends and Electrocute People

Dec/15/1988
Cliff makes a personality change when no one visits him while in the hospital with an appendicitis. Meanwhile, Sam teaches Lilith how to drive.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

154 :07x08 - Jumping Jerks

Dec/22/1988
The gang decides to learn how to sky dive.
Director: James Burrows

155 :07x09 - Send in the Crane

Jan/05/1989
Sam becomes attracted to an old girlfriend and her daughter. Meanwhile, Woody volunteers to be a clown at a birthday Rebecca is planning.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

156 :07x10 - Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back

Jan/12/1989
Cheers' goes up against rival bar Gary's Old Towne Tavern in a contest to make Boston's Best Bloody Mary.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

157 :07x11 - Adventures in Housesitting

Jan/19/1989
Rebecca housesits for a company executive, and has to call Sam and Woody for help when the dog runs away.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

158 :07x12 - Please Mr. Postman

Feb/02/1989
Cliff is tested when his new girlfriend, a postal employee, breaks the rules on his watch.
Director: James Burrows

159 :07x13 - Golden Boyd

Feb/06/1989
Woody tries to steal a rich man's girlfriend after he embarrasses him.
Director: James Burrows

160 :07x14 - I Kid You Not

Feb/16/1989
Lilith and Frasier have a trial run at parenting when they watch Carla's six-year-old son.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

161 :07x15 - Don't Paint Your Chickens

Feb/23/1989
Rebecca tries to impress her bosses by using her skills to promote Norm's business, while Sam tries to keep up with a woman who is in to every sport.
Guest Stars: Tasia Valenza as Customer
Director: James Burrows

162 :07x16 - The Cranemakers

Mar/02/1989
Lilith convinces Frasier to move with her into a cabin in the woods.

163 :07x17 - Hot Rocks

Mar/16/1989
Sam introduces everyone to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, but Rebecca thinks that he was the one who stole her earrings.
Director: James Burrows

164 :07x18 - What's Up, Doc?

Mar/30/1989
Sam fakes that he has impotence in order to get closer to a therapist.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

165 :07x19 - The Gift of the Woody

Apr/06/1989
Woody's rich girlfriend fails to appreciate a gift that he gives to her. Meanwhile, Rebecca has a makeover in order to help her career.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

166 :07x20 - Call Me Irresponsible

Apr/13/1989
Woody gets the urge to gamble; Carla waits for Eddie to surprise her on their anniversary.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

167 :07x21 - Sisterly Love

Apr/27/1989
Sam tries to get Rebecca and her sister to talk again.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

168 :07x22 - The Visiting Lecher

May/04/1989
Rebecca believes a a respected authority on marital fidelity was flirting with her.
Director: James Burrows

Season 8

169 :08x01 - The Improbable Dream (1)

Sep/21/1989
Rebecca continues to have X-rated dreams about Sam, but millionaire Robin Colcord comes into her life.
Guest Stars: Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

170 :08x02 - The Improbable Dream (2)

Sep/28/1989
Rebecca is able to get her mind off of Sam when millionaire Robin Colcord takes her to California.
Guest Stars: Webster Williams as Miles | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

171 :08x03 - A Bar is Born

Oct/12/1989
Rebecca gets ready for her first night with Robin Colcord; Sam works to be named the owner of the bar once again.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

172 :08x04 - How to Marry a Mailman

Oct/19/1989
The woman Cliff turned in for stealing a Post Office van returns from Canada and has a blinding offer for Cliff.
Guest Stars: Webster Williams as Miles | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

173 :08x05 - The Two Faces of Norm

Oct/26/1989
Norm invents a partner to order around his paint crew; Sam regrets selling his Corvette.
Guest Stars: Eric Allan Kramer as Rudy | Cynthia Stevenson as Norm's secretary | Rob Moran as Dennis Hammill | Gordon Hunt as Gordon | Jacqueline Alexandra Citron as Jennifer | Kristen Amber Citron as Veronica
Director: Andy Ackerman

174 :08x06 - The Stork Brings a Crane

Nov/02/1989
Rebecca plans a party for Cheers' 100th anniversary, but all eyes are on Lilith when she goes into labor.
Guest Stars: Victoria Hoffman as Gail Aldrich | Monty Ash as Mr. Weaver | Laura Robinson as Nurse | Michael Ennis as Doctor | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: Andy Ackerman

175 :08x07 - Death Takes a Holiday on Ice

Nov/09/1989
At Eddie's funeral, Carla learns that she isn't his only widow.
Guest Stars: Kevin Conroy as Darryl Mead | Thomas Haden Church as Gordie Brown | Anne DeSalvo as Gloria LeBec | Eric Christmas as Father Barry
Director: James Burrows

176 :08x08 - For Real Men Only

Nov/16/1989
Frasier and the guys grimace at the thought of Frasier's son's circumcision. Meanwhile, Rebecca has a tough time planning a retirement party for a dull employee.
Guest Stars: Michael Currie as Mr. Sheridan | Jay Robinson as Larry | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane | Melanie Kinnaman as Tanya
Director: James Burrows

177 :08x09 - Two Girls for Every Boyd

Nov/23/1989
Woody has difficulty acting out the love scenes in his first starring role. Meanwhile, the guys have a competition to see who can grow a beard the fastest.
Guest Stars: Lisa Kudrow as Emily | Jeffrey Richman as Lee Bradken | Ebbe Roe Smith as Ron | Mark Kubr as Torsten | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

178 :08x10 - The Art of the Steal

Nov/30/1989
Rebecca and Sam are trapped together overnight at Robin Colcord's high security apartment. Meanwhile, the gang plays Monopoly.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sue Herring

179 :08x11 - Feeble Attraction

Dec/07/1989
Norm fires his secretary, who believes the move is only because he's too attracted to her to work with her. meanwhile, Rebecca obsesses over a surprise hidden in a desk Robin gave her.
Guest Stars: Cynthia Stevenson as Norm's secretary | John Pappas as Phil
Director: Andy Ackerman

180 :08x12 - Sam Ahoy

Dec/14/1989
Robin lets Sam and the gang borrow his yacht, but things take a turn when they find a bomb in the worst place possible -- in the refrigerator next to the beer.
Director: James Burrows

181 :08x13 - Sammy and the Professor

Jan/04/1990
Rebecca's business school professor makes an investment in Sam. Meanwhile, Carla is audited.
Guest Stars: Diedrich Bader as Waiter | Alexis Smith as Alice Anne Volkman
Director: James Burrows

182 :08x14 - What is... Cliff Clavin?

Jan/18/1990
Jeopardy comes to Boston to tape the game show and Cliff lands a spot as a contestant on the show. He cruises through the Jeopardy! round, but struggles with the Final Jeopardy question., Meanwhile, Sam's little black book was stolen and the thief begins calling all of the girls in the book.
Guest Stars: Alex Trebek as Himself | Greg Davis (1) as Timmy | Bernie Kuby as Ear | Johnny Gilbert as Himself | Steven Rotblatt as Stage Manager
Director: Andy Ackerman

183 :08x15 - Finally! (1)

Jan/25/1990
Rebecca and Robin plan out a night during which they hope to get together, but Sam's presence makes it more difficult than they had expected.
Guest Stars: Gail O'Grady as Laura Walton | Webster Williams as Miles | Crystal Carson as Ingrid | Bill Medley as Himself
Director: James Burrows

184 :08x16 - Finally! (2)

Feb/01/1990
Rebecca is crushed when she finds Robin with another woman.
Guest Stars: Valerie Karasek as Christine Davi | Bill Medley as Himself
Director: James Burrows

185 :08x17 - Woody or Won't He

Feb/08/1990
Cliff tries his luck on a mechanical bull and Woody finds the advantages of his girlfriend's mother.
Guest Stars: Melendy Britt as Roxanne Gaines | Robert Gallo (1) as Phil
Director: Andy Ackerman

186 :08x18 - Severe Crane Damage

Feb/15/1990
Lilith goes on a talk show in order to promote her new book about men who are bad for women and brings an example -- Sam.
Guest Stars: Phyllis Katz as Brenda Balzak | Marsha Kramer as Talk Show Lady | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: Andy Ackerman

187 :08x19 - Indoor Fun With Sammy and Robby

Feb/22/1990
Rebecca daydreams about what a perfect day with Robin would be like. Robin, however, dares Sam to take on several childish challenges.
Director: Andy Ackerman
Writer: Phoef Sutton

188 :08x20 - 50-50 Carla

Mar/08/1990
Carla becomes friends with Gloria, Eddie's other widow, but their new found friendship is threatened when Carla learns Eddie left $50,000 in insurance money. Meanwhile, Woody stresses over having to act in a nude scene when he is cast in a production of Hair.
Guest Stars: Anne DeSalvo as Gloria LeBec
Director: James Burrows

189 :08x21 - Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh

Mar/15/1990
Despite the truce, the gang tries to revive the war against Gary's Old Towne Tavern when they find that their statue of Tecumseh the Indian is missing.
Guest Stars: Robert Machray as Fire Marshall | Tim Donoghue as Tucker | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

190 :08x22 - Loverboyd

Mar/29/1990
Woody deals with the news that Kelly is going to Europe for school. Norm is named designated driver for an evening.
Guest Stars: Trish Ramish as Chambermaid
Director: James Burrows

191 :08x23 - The Ghost and Mrs. Lebec

Apr/12/1990
Carla calls an exorcist when Eddie's ghost appears in the bar. Rebecca goes to a TV station to complain about a hair removal system.
Guest Stars: Kevin Conroy as Darryl Mead | Georgia Brown as Madame Lazora | Michael Rupert as Dennis | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

192 :08x24 - Mr. Otis Regrets

Apr/19/1990
Sam makes Rebecca jealous by telling her that he hooked up with Robin's other girlfriend. Woody is shocked when a girl answers his ad for a roommate.
Guest Stars: Christine Cavanaugh as Terry Gardner | Colin Wells as Eric | Eric Bruskotter as Cutter Gardner | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: Andy Ackerman

193 :08x25 - Cry Hard (1)

Apr/26/1990
Rebecca gives the gang a tour of Robin's apartment while he is out of town. However, while there, Sam finds that Robin has been stealing information from Rebecca's company.
Guest Stars: Jonathan McMurtry as Jim Montgomery
Director: James Burrows

194 :08x26 - Cry Harder (2)

May/03/1990
Rebecca and Sam deal with Robin being arrested for insider trading based on information supplied by the future owner of Cheers.
Guest Stars: James Nardini as James | Jonathan McMurtry as Jim Montgomery | Ron Canada as Agt. Munson | Christopher Darga as Christopher
Director: James Burrows

Season 9

195 :09x01 - Love is a Really, Really, Perfectly Okay Thing

Sep/20/1990
After their night together, Rebecca continues to tell herself and everyone around her that nothing happened.
Guest Stars: Eric Christmas as Father Barry
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

196 :09x02 - Cheers Fouls Out

Sep/27/1990
Sam tries to beat Gary at a basketball game by inviting Boston Celtics' star Kevin McHale to fill in as a bartender at Cheers.
Guest Stars: James Nardini as James | James Hornbeck as Dr. Walter Froenmeyer | Lee Vines as Father Conrad | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

197 :09x03 - Rebecca Redux

Oct/04/1990
Sam hires a new bar manager, but later learns of the lengths Rebecca is going to find a job.
Guest Stars: Perry Anzilotti as Promoter | Randy Pelish as Customer | Timothy Fall as Car Show Patron
Director: James Burrows

198 :09x04 - Where Nobody Knows Your Name

Oct/11/1990
Rebecca tries to hide how upset she is when she learns that one of Robin's former girlfriends goes public and says she is currently having an affair with Robin.
Special Guest Stars: Arsenio Hall as Himself |
Guest Stars: Catherine MacNeal as Joanne | Ron Ulstad as Sherman | Paul Willson as Paul Krapance | Roger Rees as Robin Colcord
Director: Andy Ackerman

199 :09x05 - Ma Always Liked You Best

Oct/18/1990
Cliff is upset when his mother calls Woody the "son she never had." Meanwhile, Norm gets stuck in a window.
Guest Stars: Rocky La Porte as Jeff | John Posey as Lars | Ken Foree as Policeman #1 | James F. Dean as Policeman #2 | Paul Willson as Paul Krapence | Frances Sternhagen as Esther Clavin | Peter Schreiner as Pete
Director: Andy Ackerman

200 :09x06 - Grease

Oct/25/1990
Norm freaks out when he learns the Hungry Heifer is closing, and starts a campaign to keep it open. Meanwhile, Rebecca sees Robin when he begins working on a nearby street on a road gang.
Guest Stars: Sheldon Leonard as Sid Nelson
Director: James Burrows

201 :09x07 - Breaking in is Hard to Do

Nov/01/1990
Lilith and Frasier try to figure out how to give their son more car. Rebecca and Carla try to arrange a conjugal visit in jail for Rebecca and Robin.
Guest Stars: Clive Rosengren as Doug Aducci | Edward Penn as Prisoner | John Boyle (1) as Prison Guard | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: Andy Ackerman

202 :09x08 - Cheers 200th Anniversary Special (1)

Nov/08/1990
John McLaughlin talks to the cast about the show and features clips from the previous 200 episodes.
Guest Stars: Roger Rees as Himself | John McLaughlin as Host | James Burrows as Himself | Shelley Long as Herself
Director: James Burrows

203 :09x09 - Cheers 200th Anniversary Special (2)

Nov/08/1990
John McLaughlin talks to the cast about the show and features clips from the previous 200 episodes.

204 :09x10 - Bad Neighbor Sam

Nov/15/1990
Sam starts up a fight between him and the new owner of Melville's, the restaurant upstairs.
Guest Stars: Tamara Mark as Martha | E.E. Bell as Bradley | Aileen Fitzpatrick as Mrs. Armstrong | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

205 :09x11 - Veggie-Boyd

Nov/22/1990
Woody lands a role in a commercial for a vegetable drink.
Guest Stars: Tom Everett as Director | Debbie Gregory as Jill | John Cervenka as Technician | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

206 :09x12 - Norm and Cliff's Excellent Adventure

Dec/06/1990
Woody becomes addicted to the home-shopping television network. Meanwhile, Norm and Cliff try to fuel a fight between Sam and Frasier.
Guest Stars: Tom Klunis as Heinrich | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: James Burrows

207 :09x13 - Woody Interruptus

Dec/13/1990
Kelly returns from Europe with a French boyfriend, much to Woody's chagrin. Cliff decides that he would like to have his head cryogenically frozen before he dies.
Guest Stars: Michael Keenan as Dr. Eckworth | Douglas MacHugh as Night Manager
Director: James Burrows

208 :09x14 - Honor Thy Mother

Jan/03/1991
On her death bed, Carla's mother's last wish is that Carla name one of her children Benito Mussolini.
Guest Stars: Sada Thompson as Mama Lozupone | Josh Lozoff as Gino Tortelli | Carol Ann Susi as Angeline | Randy Pelish as Sal
Director: James Burrows

209 :09x15 - Achilles Hill

Jan/10/1991
Sam tries to end his feud with John Hill by dating his daughter. Carla begins to think the foosball table is haunted.
Guest Stars: Diedrich Bader as Paul | Valerie Mahaffey as Valerie Hill | Eric Christmas as Father Barry
Director: Andy Ackerman

210 :09x16 - The Days of Wine and Neuroses (1)

Jan/24/1991
Rebecca takes to partying in order to hide her second thoughts when Robin proposes to her. Frasier takes to a new sing-along machine.
Guest Stars: Calvin Jung as Walter
Director: James Burrows

211 :09x17 - Wedding Bell Blues (2)

Jan/31/1991
On the day of Rebecca and Robin's wedding, Rebecca is determined to ignore Sam as well as her doubts about marrying Robin.
Guest Stars: Ray Stricklyn as Ed | Bobby Hatfield as Himself
Director: James Burrows

212 :09x18 - I'm Getting My Act Together and Sticking it in Your Face

Feb/07/1991
Rebecca has trouble coping with the fact that she called the wedding off. Frasier translates a Dickins book into Boston lingo.
Guest Stars: Jeff McCarthy as Leon | Jan Gan Boyd as Stewardess
Director: Andy Ackerman

213 :09x19 - Sam Time Next Year

Feb/14/1991
It's Valentines Day, but Sam is feeling anything but love when back trouble prevents him from participating in his annual tryst with Lauren.
Guest Stars: Barbara Feldon as Lauren Hudson | Michael S. Dukakis as Himself | Roger Eschbacher as Jules | Gibby Brand as Adam | Don Took as Edward
Director: James Burrows

214 :09x20 - Crash of the Titans

Feb/21/1991
Rebecca decides on a new goal she wants to achieve, and begins by trying to win over John Hill while trying to get his lease for the bar.
Guest Stars: Jeremiah Morris as Harry
Director: James Burrows

215 :09x21 - It's a Wonderful Wife

Feb/28/1991
Norm, paranoid, decides to search for another bar. Lilith puts together a party for Frasier's birthday.
Guest Stars: Bernadette Birkett as Vera Peterson | Heather Lee as Miss Kenderson
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sue Herring

216 :09x22 - Cheers Has Chili

Mar/14/1991
Rebecca wants to serve Woody's chili recipe in the poolroom, but Sam objects.
Guest Stars: Robert Machray as Fire Marshall | Stanley Bennett Clay as Albert | Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lillith Sternin-Crane
Director: Andy Ackerman

217 :09x23 - Carla Loves Clavin

Mar/21/1991
Carla goes out of her way to be nice to Cliff when she learns that he is a judge for the Miss Boston Barmaid competition.
Guest Stars: Jessie Scott as Shawnee Wilson | Nathan Davis (1) as Mr. Quincy
Director: James Burrows

218 :09x24 - Pitch It Again, Sam

Mar/28/1991
An old rival of Sam's arrives to challenge Sam to another round of baseball.
Guest Stars: Leanne Griffin as Leanne | Joel Anderson as Ballplayer | Michael Cannizzo as Fireman Mike | Peter Kevoian as Fireman Peter | James Reynolds as Fireman Jim | Zachary Benjamin as Billy | Henry Woronicz as Cap Richards | Michael Fairman as Dutch Kincaid
Director: James Burrows

219 :09x25 - Rat Girl

Apr/04/1991
Lilith is devastated when her favorite lab rate dies. Meanwhile, Paul is seduced.
Director: James Burrows

220 :09x26 - Home Malone

Apr/25/1991
Sam babysits for Frasier and Lilith. Woody worries about Kelly when she works at Cheers for a school project.
Director: Andy Ackerman

221 :09x27 - Uncle Sam Wants You

May/02/1991
Sam becomes enamored with Frasier's son and decides he wants a child of his own but must find the right mother first.
Guest Stars: Tress MacNeille as Darla
Director: James Burrows

Season 10

222 :10x01 - Baby Balk

Sep/19/1991
Sam and Rebecca are planing to have a baby so they decide to ask Dr. Crane's help.
Guest Stars: Bruce Wright as Bowler
Director: James Burrows

223 :10x02 - Get Your Kicks on Route 666

Sep/26/1991
Frasier decides to go on a trip to find his "inner man," and takes the guys with him.
Guest Stars: Anthony Addabbo as Frankie
Director: James Burrows

224 :10x03 - Madame LaCarla

Oct/03/1991
Carla is given a crystal ball by a retiring psychic, Madame Lazora.
Guest Stars: Georgia Brown as Madame Lazora | Jeffrey Richman as Lee Bradken
Director: James Burrows

225 :10x04 - The Norm Who Came in from the Cold

Oct/10/1991
Norm is stuck with Lilith and Frasier when he injures his back while painting at their house.
Director: Tom Moore (1)

226 :10x05 - Ma's Little Maggie

Oct/17/1991
Cliff's girlfriend quickly befriends his mother. Rebecca tries to get Sam to wear frozen fertility underwear.
Guest Stars: Frances Sternhagen as Esther Clavin
Director: James Burrows

227 :10x06 - Unplanned Parenthood

Oct/24/1991
Sam and Rebecca become discouraged in their quest to have a child after they have trouble taking care of Carla's children. Meanwhile, Cliff tries to convince Woody to let him be the director for his video project.
Guest Stars: Leah Remini as Serafina Tortelli | Josh Lozoff as Gino Tortelli | Jarrett Lennon as Ludlow Tortelli | Risa Littman as Anne Marie Tortelli | Sabrina Wiener as Lucinda Tortelli
Director: James Burrows

228 :10x07 - Bar Wars V: the Final Judgement

Oct/31/1991
Sam takes his pranks too far when he believes that he may have killed Gary during a Halloween gag.
Guest Stars: Robert Desiderio as Gary | Rick Cramer as matt
Director: James Burrows

229 :10x08 - Where Have All the Floorboards Gone?

Nov/07/1991
The gang thinks they are to blame when Celtics' star Kevin McHale hits a slump after becoming preoccupied over the number of bolts in the floor at Boston Garden.
Director: James Burrows

230 :10x09 - Head Over Hill

Nov/14/1991
Sam is upset when Carla begins to fall for John Hill.
Guest Stars: Jordan Lund as Barker #1 | Kenneth Magee as (Barker #2

231 :10x10 - A Fine French Whine

Nov/21/1991
Woody wants to propose to Kelly, but Henri gets in the way.
Director: James Burrows

232 :10x11 - I'm Okay, You're Defective

Dec/05/1991
Frasier struggles to write out his will; Sam worries about getting bad news from the fertility specialist.
Director: James Burrows

233 :10x12 - Go Mate

Dec/12/1991
Sam and Rebecca have a weekend full of trying to make a baby, but both have different dreams of their future child.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Phoef Sutton

234 :10x13 - Don't Shoot... I'm Only the Psychiatrist

Jan/02/1992
Cliff and Norm try to help boost Frasier's self-esteem. Meanwhile, Woody cuts Sam's hair.
Director: James Burrows

235 :10x14 - No Rest For the Woody

Jan/09/1992
Woody takes a job as a gravedigger to try to earn some money for an engagement ring.
Director: James Burrows

236 :10x15 - My Son, the Father

Jan/16/1992
Sam plots a way to get even with John Hill. Carla's son decides to become a priest.
Director: James Burrows

237 :10x16 - One Hugs, the Other Doesn't

Jan/30/1992
Frasier's past is brought to light during a performance by children's singer Nanny Gee at Frederick's birthday party.
Director: James Burrows

238 :10x17 - A Diminished Rebecca with a Suspended Cliff

Feb/06/1992
Woody's cousin falls for Rebecca. Cliff is upset over the new post office uniforms.
Director: James Burrows

239 :10x18 - License to Hill

Feb/13/1992
Rebecca looks after the bar while the gang plays poker, but is to blame when the liquor license lapses.
Uncredited: Kevin Sorbo as Bar patron | Rick Berman as Bar patron
Director: James Burrows

240 :10x19 - Rich Man, Wood Man

Feb/20/1992
Woody returns to reality after a trip to London with Kelly.
Director: James Burrows

241 :10x20 - Smotherly Love

Feb/27/1992
Frasier tries to convince Lilith to confront her mother. Rebecca tries to persuade Norm to pay his tab.
Director: James Burrows

242 :10x21 - Take Me Out of the Ball Game

Mar/26/1992
Sam debates a baseball comeback, but has a change of heart when he sees how much younger the players are than he is. Meanwhile, Frasier scrambles when he loses Lilith's lab rat.
Director: James Burrows

243 :10x22 - Rebecca's Lover... Not

Apr/23/1992
Rebecca's high school crush arrives in town, and is shocked to see how much he has changed.
Director: James Burrows

244 :10x23 - Bar Wars VI: This Time It's for Real

Apr/30/1992
The new owner of Gary's Olde Towne Tavern doesn't see the humor in Cheers' newest prank.
Director: Rick Beren

245 :10x24 - Heeeeeere's... Cliffy!

May/07/1992
Norm fools Cliff into thinking that Johnny Carson will use Cliff's joke on "The Tonight Show", so the gang heads off for Hollywood and comedy ensues. The subplot follows Sam as he tries to install a satellite dish.
Guest Stars: Frances Sternhagen as Esther Clavin
Director: James Burrows

246 :10x25 - An Old-Fashioned Wedding (1)

May/14/1992
It's Woody and Kelly's wedding day, but they must face several obstacles, both before and during the wedding itself.
Director: James Burrows

247 :10x26 - An Old-Fashioned Wedding (2)

May/14/1992
It's Woody and Kelly's wedding day, but they must face several obstacles, both before and during the wedding itself.
Director: James Burrows

Season 11

248 :11x01 - The Little Match Girl

Sep/24/1992
There is a fire in the bar and it's Rebecca's fault but no one knows it.
Starring Roles: Jackie Swanson as Kelly Boyd | Keene Curtis as John Allen Hill |
Guest Stars: Peter Kevoian as Fireman Peter | Peter Keleghan as Kirby | Amanda Carlin as Ms. Kurland | Robert Machray as Fire Marshall
Director: James Burrows

249 :11x02 - The Beer is Always Greener

Oct/01/1992
Carla is forced to find another job while Cheers is being rebuilt and for that she has to be nice.
Starring Roles: Jackie Swanson as Kelly Boyd | Paul Willson as Paul Krapance | Alan Koss as Alan |
Guest Stars: Rosa Nevin as Gwen | Spencer Beglarian as Customer | Glenn Shadix as Bernard | Matthew Glave as Bartender | Julia Montgomery as Ellen | Tim Cunningham as Tim
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Tom Leopold

250 :11x03 - The King of Beers

Oct/08/1992
Norm becomes a beer taster at a brewery. Rebecca realizes that she is addicted to the bar's new slot machine.

251 :11x04 - The Magnificent Six

Oct/22/1992
Rebecca resorts to desperate measures in her quest to quit smoking.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sue Herring

252 :11x05 - Do Not Forsake Me O' My Postman

Oct/29/1992
Maggie returns to see Cliff and tells him that she's carrying his baby.
Guest Stars: Derek McGrath as Andy Schroeder
Director: James Burrows

253 :11x06 - Teaching with the Enemy (1)

Nov/05/1992
Rebecca spots Lilith with another man, and doesn't know whether or not to tell Frasier.
Director: James Burrows

254 :11x07 - The Girl in the Plastic Bubble (2)

Nov/12/1992
Frasier ends up on a ledge when Lilith tells him she wants to spend a year away from him.
Director: James Burrows

255 :11x08 - Ill-Gotten Gaines

Nov/19/1992
Kelly's father thinks that Woody is out to blackmail him when he sees him cheating on his wife. Meanwhile, Rebecca puts together a Thanksgiving dinner at the bar.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Fred Graver

256 :11x09 - Feelings... Whoa, Whoa, Whoa

Dec/03/1992
Carla hides her true feelings when John Hill has a heart attack. Meanwhile, Cliff thinks Hitler moved into his apartment building.
Director: Rick Beren

257 :11x10 - Daddy's Little Middle-Aged Girl

Dec/10/1992
Rebecca's father tries to convince her to go with him to San Diego. Woody attempts to get Kelly to move her stuff into his apartment.
Director: James Burrows

258 :11x11 - Love Me, Love My Car

Dec/17/1992
Sam decides to sell his car, but has a hard time doing so. When he finally decides to sell it, he tries to do everything possible to get it back. Meanwhile, Rebecca becomes attached to the pig Woody is going to fix for Christmas dinner.
Director: James Burrows

259 :11x12 - Sunday Dinner

Jan/07/1993
Frasier tries seeing other women after Lilith leaves him and starts by dating his secretary, Shauna. Meanwhile, Cliff and Norm video tape a family reunion held at Cheers.
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Fred Graver

260 :11x13 - Norm's Big Audit

Jan/14/1993
Norm debates sleeping with in IRS agent to avoid getting audited. Sam tries to stop the gang from watching his old baseball tapes.
Writer: Tom Leopold

261 :11x14 - It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar

Jan/21/1993
Robin returns, broke, but remembers that he had left a belt stuffed with cash in the bar.
Director: James Burrows

262 :11x15 - Loathe and Marriage

Feb/04/1993
Carla's daughter wants to have her father walk her down the aisle, much to her chagrin.
Guest Stars: Leah Remini as Serafina Tortelli
Director: James Burrows

263 :11x16 - Is There a Doctor in the Howe? (1)

Feb/11/1993
The gang throws a party to try to cheer Frasier up when his divorce from Lilith is finalized. The drinking is to blame when Frasier and Rebecca share a moment.
Director: James Burrows

264 :11x17 - The Bar Manager, The Shrink, His Wife and Her Lover (2)

Feb/18/1993
Lilith returns to try to get back Frasier, only to find him with Rebecca. The situation becomes even more complex when Lilith's former lover arrives in town as well.
Director: James Burrows

265 :11x18 - The Last Picture Show

Feb/25/1993
Sam asks the bar's former owner to watch the place while he and the gang go to a drive-in theater before it closes for good.
Guest Stars: Pat Hingle as Gus O'Malley |
Co-Guest Stars: Michael Winters as Security Guard | Nicholas Ross Oleson as Man at Drive-In
Director: James Burrows
Writer: Fred Graver

266 :11x19 - Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey

Mar/18/1993
Sam asks Harry the Hat for help in the latest prank against Gary's Old Towne Tavern.
Guest Stars: Harry Anderson as Harry | Robert Desiderio as Gary
Director: James Burrows

267 :11x20 - Look Before You Sleep

Apr/01/1993
Sam finds himself locked out of the bar, forcing him to have to find a place to sleep for the night.
Guest Stars: Deirdre Imershein as Julie | Frances Sternhagen as Esther Clavin
Director: James Burrows

268 :11x21 - Woody Gets an Election

Apr/22/1993
Frasier tries to get Woody to run for city council.
Director: James Burrows

269 :11x22 - It's Lonely on the Top

Apr/29/1993
A night of drinking leads to some surprising twists -- Carla tells Sam she slept with one of the bar's regulars, but can't remember who.
Director: James Burrows

270 :11x23 - Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses (1)

May/06/1993
Rebecca impresses Lloyd and he ends up inviting her to a society gala, and is shocked with what the night brings.
Director: James Burrows

271 :11x24 - Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses (2)

May/06/1993
Cliff puts Esther Calvin into a retirement home, but Cliff feels guilty about the move.
Guest Stars: Frances Sternhagen as Esther Clavin
Director: James Burrows

272 :11x25 - The Guy Can't Help It

May/13/1993
Rebecca falls for a plumber, and Sam joins a support group.
Director: James Burrows

273 :11x26 - One for the Road (1)

May/20/1993
Diane's re-visit to the bar is not a pleasant one, when she brings her husband up, Sam feels intimidated and pretends to be married to Rebecca. When the date turns out to be a disaster, Sam and Diane get re-engaged, but once again things fall through. Meanwhile, Rebecca at last becomes engaged to her boyfriend.
Special Guest Stars: Shelley Long as Diane Chambers |
Guest Stars: Anthony Heald as Kevin |
Uncredited: Gregg Berger as Announcer of Cable Ace Awards | Rick Berman as Bar patron
Director: James Burrows

274 :11x27 - One for the Road (2)

May/20/1993
Diane's re-visit to the bar is not a pleasant one, when she brings her husband up, Sam feels intimidated and pretends to be married to Rebecca. When the date turns out to be a disaster, Sam and Diane get re-engaged, but once again things fall through. Meanwhile, Rebecca at last becomes engaged to her boyfriend.
Special Guest Stars: Shelley Long as Diane Chambers
Director: James Burrows

275 :11x28 - One for the Road (3)

May/20/1993
Diane's re-visit to the bar is not a pleasant one, when she brings her husband up, Sam feels intimidated and pretends to be married to Rebecca. When the date turns out to be a disaster, Sam and Diane get re-engaged, but once again things fall through. Meanwhile, Rebecca at last becomes engaged to her boyfriend.
Special Guest Stars: Shelley Long as Diane Chambers
Director: James Burrows
Warning: Cheers guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 30, 1982
Ended: May 20, 1993
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