History Heartwarming / Cheers

19th Sep '17 10:12:59 PM Octoya
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** In an earlier episode, Carla is rocked by the fact she would be a grandmother, and moans that she never had a real teenager's life, because she was pregnant at age 13 and never got to enjoy herself. After a disastrous attempt to have a slumber party with her to cheer her up, she tells Sam that she feels rotten, but something will get her to lighten up again. A few moments after everyone's left, Cliff returns to get his jacket. When he bends down to pick it up, the seat of his slacks rip, and he moans that he'd just let them out. After he leaves, a few moments pass by before Carla starts howling in laughter, her depression conquered.

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** In an earlier episode, Carla is rocked by the fact she would be a grandmother, and moans that she never had a real teenager's life, because she was pregnant at age 13 16 and never got to enjoy herself. After a disastrous attempt to have a slumber party with her to cheer her up, she tells Sam that she feels rotten, but something will get her to lighten up again. A few moments after everyone's left, Cliff returns to get his jacket. When he bends down to pick it up, the seat of his slacks rip, and he moans that he'd just let them out. After he leaves, a few moments pass by before Carla starts howling in laughter, her depression conquered.
14th Sep '17 11:56:22 AM Arrowhead
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* For most of the second half of the series, Sam hits on Rebecca and she turns him down, and Rebecca is the outsider. But over time and their trials together, they become good friends. Nowhere is this better indicated than episode wherein Rebecca and Sam try to find something Sam likes that doesn't involve seducing women. Rebecca comes up with ''Film/TheThreeStooges''.

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\n* For most of the second half of the series, Sam hits on Rebecca and she turns him down, and Rebecca is the outsider. But over time and their trials together, they become good friends. Nowhere is this better indicated than episode wherein Rebecca and Sam try to find something Sam likes that doesn't involve seducing women. Rebecca comes up with ''Film/TheThreeStooges''.''Film/TheThreeStooges''.
* The end of "Smotherly Love", where Sam finds out how truly appreciative Norm was of allowing him to run up a tab. After Norm comes into a sizable sum of money and seemingly ignores all of Sam's hints about paying off part of the debt, Sam finally loses it when Norm announces that he's bought a boat. After letting Norm have it with both barrels, Norm quietly says that he bought the boat for Sam since he knew how much it hurt Sam when his boat sank five years earlier and he wanted to do always wanted to do to thank Sam for his friendship.
15th Apr '17 2:09:27 PM nombretomado
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-->'''Diane:''' You read ''WarAndPeace''.

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-->'''Diane:''' You read ''WarAndPeace''.''Literature/WarAndPeace''.
11th Apr '16 7:20:40 AM AnotherGuy
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--> ''(Followed by Sam putting the ring on Diane's finger...and their sharing a kiss.)''

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--> ''(Followed by Sam putting the ring on Diane's finger...and their sharing a kiss.)''
) Then subverted as they both continue to try to find the expensive ring in the grate.''
22nd Nov '15 2:41:55 AM shamblingdead2
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--> ''(Followed by Sam putting the ring on Diane's finger...and their sharing a kiss.)''

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--> ''(Followed by Sam putting the ring on Diane's finger...and their sharing a kiss.)'')''

* For most of the second half of the series, Sam hits on Rebecca and she turns him down, and Rebecca is the outsider. But over time and their trials together, they become good friends. Nowhere is this better indicated than episode wherein Rebecca and Sam try to find something Sam likes that doesn't involve seducing women. Rebecca comes up with ''Film/TheThreeStooges''.
26th Apr '15 7:16:15 AM AnotherGuy
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** In an earlier episode, Carla is rocked by the fact she would be a grandmother, and moans that she never had a real teenager's life, because she was pregnant at age 13 and never got to enjoy herself. After a disastrous attempt to have a slumber party with her to cheer her up, she tells Sam that she feels rotten, but something will get her to lighten up again. A few moments after everyone's left, Cliff returns to get his sunglasses. When he bends down to pick them up, the seat of his slacks rip, and he moans that he'd just let them out. After he leaves, a few moments pass by before Carla starts howling in laughter, her depression conquered.

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** In an earlier episode, Carla is rocked by the fact she would be a grandmother, and moans that she never had a real teenager's life, because she was pregnant at age 13 and never got to enjoy herself. After a disastrous attempt to have a slumber party with her to cheer her up, she tells Sam that she feels rotten, but something will get her to lighten up again. A few moments after everyone's left, Cliff returns to get his sunglasses. jacket. When he bends down to pick them it up, the seat of his slacks rip, and he moans that he'd just let them out. After he leaves, a few moments pass by before Carla starts howling in laughter, her depression conquered.
26th Feb '15 12:28:53 PM Temmere
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*** Sam popping back in to ask where the men's room is might actually be one of those all-too-rare moments that hit the Heartwarming, Funny, ''and'' Awesome trifecta. The studio audience went absolutely ''nuts'' when that happened.
10th Jan '15 10:25:54 PM RushLimborg
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** This culminates in "Strange Bedfellows, Part 3", when, after Carla shoots a typical insult at Diane, she's seemingly struck with guilt (apparently partly due to their EnemyMine situation regarding Janet Eldritch), and timidly apologizes for all the "crummy" things she's said to Diane over the years. She promptly tries to backtrack a little with a few "exceptions"...but Diane smilingly lets her know she doesn't buy the cover-up.
11th Oct '14 3:52:55 PM RushLimborg
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--> '''Sam:''' [[MomentOfFunny Diane...not now, please?]]

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--> '''Sam:''' [[MomentOfFunny [[FunnyMoments Diane...not now, please?]]
11th Oct '14 3:52:19 PM RushLimborg
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--> '''Diane:''' ''(Looks at the ring...and smiles, taking it, playing with it fondly)'' Hmm. I'm somehow reminded of a fable

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--> '''Diane:''' ''(Looks at the ring...and smiles, taking it, playing with it fondly)'' Hmm. I'm somehow reminded of a fablefable, penned...by an anonymous eighteenth-century author...
--> ''(Sam [[{{Facepalm}} Facepalms]])''
--> '''Diane:''' ''(Smiling)'' ...''concerning'' the young mistress of a great feudal estate--and a young wood-chopper who ''lived'' on the estate--
--> '''Sam:''' [[MomentOfFunny Diane...not now, please?]]
--> '''Diane:''' ''(Pause, flinches)'' Could I--just tell you the moral...?
--> '''Sam:''' ''(Chuckles)''' What?
--> '''Diane:''' You're ''really'' neat.[[note]] This is a CallBack to something Sam had said earlier in the episode.[[/note]]
--> ''(Sam looks at her...and they share a smile, snuggling close to each other)''
--> '''Diane:''' Hardly original, I know, but...the fact remains, that...no matter ''what'' the cost...a ring is--above ''all'' else...''(with TenderTears)'' a symbol of the feelings that two people ''have'' for each other. So truly, Sam...this is the ring I want.
--> ''(Followed by Sam putting the ring on Diane's finger...and their sharing a kiss.)''
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