History Characters / Cheers

27th Dec '16 5:32:21 AM AnotherGuy
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* EasilyForgiven: When Nick wanted Carla to give up Gino to him, Loretta momentarily grew a spin, refusing to force a mother to give up one of her children to him. [[KavorkaMan Nick takes her into the backroom.]] When she returns after a ''second'', she coldly tells Carla to sign the papers.

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* EasilyForgiven: When Nick wanted Carla to give up Gino to him, Loretta momentarily grew a spin, spine, refusing to force a mother to give up one of her children to him. [[KavorkaMan Nick takes her into the backroom.]] When she returns after a ''second'', she coldly tells Carla to sign the papers.
27th Dec '16 5:22:09 AM AnotherGuy
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* HypocriticalHumor: Lilith once called her yuppie friends "the very definition of the Y-word". When Norm puzzled over the expression, Frasier snarked, looking pointedly at Lilith, "It's the yuppie term for yuppie."
27th Dec '16 5:14:39 AM AnotherGuy
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*** Then a customer asks her if she could take his drink order...and [[BreakTheCutie she bursts into tears.]]
** Another major moment of self-awareness happens in "Someday My Prince Will Come", after she discovers the man she's been fantasizing about, while intelligent and witty, is also pretty nerdy in appearance. Particularly when you consider that Sam's been warning her about this possibility--and Diane kept insisting that such petty things as appearance mean nothing to her. At last, however:
--> '''Diane:''' (Sigh) I'm such a ''pooh''.
--> '''Sam:''' ...Beg your pardon?
--> '''Diane:''' You heard me--a ''pooh''! ''(eyes welling up)'' [[HumblePie After all these years...I have to admit it]], I'm--all ''talk''!
--> '''Sam:''' Oh...well, of ''course'' you are, honey--but [[NotSoAboveItAll we've all gotten used to that]]!

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*** ** Then a customer asks her if she could take his drink order...and [[BreakTheCutie she bursts into tears.]]
** *** Another major moment of self-awareness happens in "Someday My Prince Will Come", after she discovers the man she's been fantasizing about, while intelligent and witty, is also pretty nerdy in appearance. Particularly when you consider that Sam's been warning her about this possibility--and Diane kept insisting that such petty things as appearance mean nothing to her. At last, however:
--> ----> '''Diane:''' (Sigh) ''(sigh)'' I'm such a ''pooh''.
--> ----> '''Sam:''' ...Beg your pardon?
--> ----> '''Diane:''' You heard me--a me -- a ''pooh''! ''(eyes welling up)'' [[HumblePie After all these years...I have to admit it]], I'm--all I'm -- all ''talk''!
--> ----> '''Sam:''' Oh...Oh... well, of ''course'' you are, honey--but [[NotSoAboveItAll [[ComicallyMissingThePoint we've all gotten used to that]]!
27th Dec '16 5:08:32 AM AnotherGuy
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* DoYouWantToCopulateWithMe: Many examples, from and to Sam, but the biggest subversion is when Sam tries to date a psychologist friend of Frasier's. She dresses him down as a supremely pathetic, shallow womanizer with no thoughts or dreams beyond immediate sex, and will never find happiness or a partner in old age. She's still willing to have a one night stand, however. When an incredulous Sam asks ''why'', she admits that since he's a shallow womanizer with no thoughts or dreams beyond immediate sex, he must be ''really good at it''. Sam is less than amused.

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* DoYouWantToCopulateWithMe: DoYouWantToCopulate: Many examples, from and to Sam, but the biggest subversion is when Sam tries to date a psychologist friend of Frasier's. She dresses him down as a supremely pathetic, shallow womanizer with no thoughts or dreams beyond immediate sex, and will never find happiness or a partner in old age. She's still willing to have a one night stand, however. When an incredulous Sam asks ''why'', she admits that since he's a shallow womanizer with no thoughts or dreams beyond immediate sex, he must be ''really good at it''. Sam is less than amused.
27th Dec '16 5:07:55 AM AnotherGuy
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* DoYouWantToCopulateWithMe: Many examples, from and to Sam, but the biggest subversion is when Sam tries to date a psychologist friend of Frasier's. She dresses him down as a supremely pathetic, shallow womanizer with no thoughts or dreams beyond immediate sex, and will never find happiness or a partner in old age. She's still willing to have a one night stand, however. When an incredulous Sam asks ''why'', she admits that since he's a shallow womanizer with no thoughts or dreams beyond immediate sex, he must be ''really good at it''. Sam is less than amused.
27th Dec '16 5:00:38 AM AnotherGuy
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* MySignificantSenseIsTingling: Sam can detect when a ravishing woman has entered the bar. When one particular sexy woman enters, Carla counts down from 5. Sam emerges a few seconds after zero, demanding, "Okay, where is she?" Carla muses that Sam may be getting older but he still has it; Sam retorts that his radar was hampered by being in the wine cellar.

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* MySignificantSenseIsTingling: MySignificanceSenseIsTingling: Sam can detect when a ravishing woman has entered the bar. When one particular sexy woman enters, Carla counts down from 5. Sam emerges a few seconds after zero, demanding, "Okay, where is she?" Carla muses that Sam may be getting older but he still has it; Sam retorts that his radar was hampered by being in the wine cellar.
27th Dec '16 5:00:00 AM AnotherGuy
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* MySignificantSenseIsTingling: Sam can detect when a ravishing woman has entered the bar. When one particular sexy woman enters, Carla counts down from 5. Sam emerges a few seconds after zero, demanding, "Okay, where is she?" Carla muses that Sam may be getting older but he still has it; Sam retorts that his radar was hampered by being in the wine cellar.
20th Dec '16 11:07:40 AM AnotherGuy
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* MustHaveCaffeine: Since quitting drinking his beverage of choice has become coffee, and his cup is never far away.

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* MustHaveCaffeine: Since quitting drinking his beverage of choice has become coffee, and his cup is never far away. Downplayed in that he also constantly holds a bottle of seltzer as well.
20th Dec '16 11:06:05 AM AnotherGuy
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* BornLeader: His real role at Cheers. In fact, Nicholas Colasanto told Ted Danson that he was the leader of the group, so he should play his character that way. Danson wistfully recalled that after Nick's death in the bonus content of the first season DVD set.


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* TheLeader: His real role at Cheers. In fact, Nicholas Colasanto told Ted Danson that he was the leader of the group, so he should play his character that way. Danson wistfully recalled that after Nick's death in the bonus content of the first season DVD set.
20th Dec '16 11:05:20 AM AnotherGuy
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* BornLeader: His real role at Cheers. In fact, Nicholas Colasanto told Ted Danson that he was the leader of the group, so he should play his character that way. Danson wistfully recalled that after Nick's death in the bonus content of the first season DVD set.
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