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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Coach gets a thing for his new neighbor but after Sam see's her he also gets his eyes on the prize.
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.
Sam allows the public spotlight to get to his head and turns into a TV pitchman.
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.
Carla is pregnant...again, and lets another man believe he is the father because he is smart and could provide for her.
The bar regulars fear the bar may turn into a "gay bar" after one of Sam's old teammates reveals his homosexuality.
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.
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.
After Coach is cheated out of a lot of money Sam turns to Harry (the conman) to help get it back.
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.
Sam's "perfect" brother show's up at the bar and impresses everybody, including Diane. Sam now feels left in the shadows.
Diane's relationship with Sam's older brother continues to grow until he shockingly asks her to move back to Paris with him.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Diane meets Frasier's mother for the first time, who "casually" tells her she will kill her if she doesn't leave Fraiser alone.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nick, Carla's ex-husband, comes to Cheers begging for her to take him back after Loretta kicks him out of the house.
Sam throws Diane a going-away party after she announces she will be leaving to acompany Fraiser to Italy for a while.
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.
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.
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.
Woody's old girlfriend comes to Boston to visit him. Frasier decides to pay his bar bill by working as a janitor.
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.
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.
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.
Norm and his neighbor's wife hire a private detective when they assume that their spouses are having an affair together.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
After Frasier is dumped by his date, Sam sets him up with a woman who "cannot say no" to anyone.
Norm has some dirt on the competition for a promotion at work, that could give him the position.
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.
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.
Sam and Diane find themselves in a matter of life-and-death when the pilot, Diane's ex-boyfriend, dies during the trip.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sam winds up in jail for assault and battery after proposing to Diane one more time.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
It's up to Sam to get Carla and Eddie back together after Eddie's mother did not approve of his choice of brides.
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.
Sam and Woody participate in a charity auction but are not too happy after finding out who bought them.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sam and Woody square off to see who can kiss Rebecca first.
Rebecca goes to great lengths to try to get some time alone with Evan Drake before he moves to Japan.
Rebecca's life is thrown into chaos when she learns Evan Drake's replacement has made Sam the new manager.
Sam heads south of the border to Mexico to open a new bar for the company, which makes Rebecca available to her baby boss.
Carla becomes upset when she believes that Eddie is having an affair with someone from the ice show.
Norm becomes an interior decorator, but tries to hide it from the gang.
Cliff makes a personality change when no one visits him while in the hospital with an appendicitis. Meanwhile, Sam teaches Lilith how to drive.
Sam becomes attracted to an old girlfriend and her daughter. Meanwhile, Woody volunteers to be a clown at a birthday Rebecca is planning.
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.
Sam fakes that he has impotence in order to get closer to a therapist.
Woody gets the urge to gamble; Carla waits for Eddie to surprise her on their anniversary.
Sam tries to get Rebecca and her sister to talk again.
Rebecca believes a a respected authority on marital fidelity was flirting with her.
Rebecca continues to have X-rated dreams about Sam, but millionaire Robin Colcord comes into her life.
Rebecca is able to get her mind off of Sam when millionaire Robin Colcord takes her to California.
Rebecca gets ready for her first night with Robin Colcord; Sam works to be named the owner of the bar once again.
Norm invents a partner to order around his paint crew; Sam regrets selling his Corvette.
Rebecca plans a party for Cheers' 100th anniversary, but all eyes are on Lilith when she goes into labor.
At Eddie's funeral, Carla learns that she isn't his only widow.
Rebecca and Sam are trapped together overnight at Robin Colcord's high security apartment. Meanwhile, the gang plays Monopoly.
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.
Rebecca's business school professor makes an investment in Sam. Meanwhile, Carla is audited.
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.
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.
Cliff tries his luck on a mechanical bull and Woody finds the advantages of his girlfriend's mother.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Rebecca and Sam deal with Robin being arrested for insider trading based on information supplied by the future owner of Cheers.
After their night together, Rebecca continues to tell herself and everyone around her that nothing happened.
Sam hires a new bar manager, but later learns of the lengths Rebecca is going to find a job.
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.
John McLaughlin talks to the cast about the show and features clips from the previous 200 episodes.
John McLaughlin talks to the cast about the show and features clips from the previous 200 episodes.
Sam starts up a fight between him and the new owner of Melville's, the restaurant upstairs.
Woody becomes addicted to the home-shopping television network. Meanwhile, Norm and Cliff try to fuel a fight between Sam and Frasier.
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.
On her death bed, Carla's mother's last wish is that Carla name one of her children Benito Mussolini.
Rebecca takes to partying in order to hide her second thoughts when Robin proposes to her. Frasier takes to a new sing-along machine.
On the day of Rebecca and Robin's wedding, Rebecca is determined to ignore Sam as well as her doubts about marrying Robin.
Rebecca has trouble coping with the fact that she called the wedding off. Frasier translates a Dickins book into Boston lingo.
Norm, paranoid, decides to search for another bar. Lilith puts together a party for Frasier's birthday.
An old rival of Sam's arrives to challenge Sam to another round of baseball.
Lilith is devastated when her favorite lab rate dies. Meanwhile, Paul is seduced.
Sam becomes enamored with Frasier's son and decides he wants a child of his own but must find the right mother first.
Sam and Rebecca are planing to have a baby so they decide to ask Dr. Crane's help.
Frasier decides to go on a trip to find his "inner man," and takes the guys with him.
Norm is stuck with Lilith and Frasier when he injures his back while painting at their house.
Cliff's girlfriend quickly befriends his mother. Rebecca tries to get Sam to wear frozen fertility underwear.
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.
Woody wants to propose to Kelly, but Henri gets in the way.
Frasier struggles to write out his will; Sam worries about getting bad news from the fertility specialist.
Cliff and Norm try to help boost Frasier's self-esteem. Meanwhile, Woody cuts Sam's hair.
Sam plots a way to get even with John Hill. Carla's son decides to become a priest.
Woody's cousin falls for Rebecca. Cliff is upset over the new post office uniforms.
Rebecca looks after the bar while the gang plays poker, but is to blame when the liquor license lapses.
Woody returns to reality after a trip to London with Kelly.
Rebecca's high school crush arrives in town, and is shocked to see how much he has changed.
The new owner of Gary's Olde Towne Tavern doesn't see the humor in Cheers' newest prank.
It's Woody and Kelly's wedding day, but they must face several obstacles, both before and during the wedding itself.
It's Woody and Kelly's wedding day, but they must face several obstacles, both before and during the wedding itself.
There is a fire in the bar and it's Rebecca's fault but no one knows it.
Maggie returns to see Cliff and tells him that she's carrying his baby.
Rebecca spots Lilith with another man, and doesn't know whether or not to tell Frasier.
Frasier ends up on a ledge when Lilith tells him she wants to spend a year away from him.
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.
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.
Norm debates sleeping with in IRS agent to avoid getting audited. Sam tries to stop the gang from watching his old baseball tapes.
Robin returns, broke, but remembers that he had left a belt stuffed with cash in the bar.
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.
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.
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.
Sam finds himself locked out of the bar, forcing him to have to find a place to sleep for the night.
Frasier tries to get Woody to run for city council.
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.
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.