History Series / Cheers

5th Feb '17 8:56:00 PM jamespolk
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* ThanksgivingEpisode
** One of the more famous episodes of the series is Season 5's "Thanksgiving Orphans", in which the gang has dinner at Carla's house. Eventually there's a food fight.
** Season 11's "Ill-Gotten Gaines" has most of the gang having dinner at Cheers, while Woody is at the Gaines mansion where Mr. Gaines is under the mistaken impression that Woody is blackmailing him.
4th Feb '17 12:04:37 PM Basara-kun
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* ExtremeLibido: In the final season, Sam realizes he's a sex addict and starts going to meetings.
3rd Feb '17 4:10:08 PM themisterfree
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* SimilarSquad: The first episode with John Allen Hill had him using Cheers as a glorified lounge for his customers, and at one point, a "yuppie" version of Norm enters ("Ciao, gang! BRADLEY!").
3rd Feb '17 3:57:16 PM themisterfree
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** All the main cast of that era appear on the 1988 ''[[WaltDisneyPresents Mickey's 60th Birthday]]'' special in the titular bar and share a scene with the famous rodent, who even sang and dance for Rebecca's birthday despite receiving some teasing by Carla, Norm and Cliff.

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** All the main cast of that era appear on the 1988 ''[[WaltDisneyPresents Mickey's 60th Birthday]]'' special in the titular bar and share a scene with the famous rodent, who even sang and dance danced for Rebecca's birthday despite receiving some teasing by Carla, Norm and Cliff.



* CrazyPrepared: In "Norm and Cliff's Excellent Adventure", the cold open has Sam, Rebecca and Carla unable to unlock the front door (having either left their keys at home or inside the bar). Norm comes down the staircase, and he has his own key to the door.



** A series of episodes revolving around the gang's feud with rival bar Gary's Old Towne Tavern. The first one was Bar Wars (season 6). Then came Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back (Season 7), Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh (season 8), Bar Wars V: The Final Judgment (season 10), Bar Wars VI: This Time It's For Real (season 10) and Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey (season 11). (for some odd reason there was no episode titled Bar Wars IV).

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** A The series of episodes revolving around the gang's feud with rival bar Gary's Old Towne Tavern. Tavern- the ''Bar Wars''. The first one was Bar Wars just "Bar Wars" (season 6). Then came Bar "Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back Back" (Season 7), Bar "Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh Tecumseh" (season 8), Bar "Bar Wars V: The Final Judgment Judgment" (season 10), Bar "Bar Wars VI: This Time It's For Real Real" (season 10) and Bar "Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey Prey" (season 11). (for (For some odd reason there was no episode titled Bar "Bar Wars IV).IV".)
24th Jan '17 7:09:06 PM jamespolk
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* RealTime: Most of Season 10 two-part finale "An Old-Fashioned Wedding", namely everything after the gang gets to the kitchen at the Gaines mansion to cater Woody's wedding, is in real time.
21st Dec '16 7:55:45 AM AnotherGuy
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* EightDeadlyWords: Invoked by Diane when she tried to prove Frasier and Lilith's hateful jabs at each other were masking attraction by bringing up Wiesel's quote, "The opposite of love is not hate. It's indifference." Same replied he didn't really care one way or another.

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* EightDeadlyWords: Invoked by Diane when she tried to prove Frasier and Lilith's hateful jabs at each other were masking attraction by bringing up Wiesel's quote, "The opposite of love is not hate. It's indifference." Same Sam replied he didn't really care one way or another.
21st Dec '16 7:54:57 AM AnotherGuy
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* EightDeadlyWords: Invoked by Diane when she tried to prove Frasier and Lilith's hateful jabs at each other were masking attraction by bringing up Wiesel's quote, "The opposite of love is not hate. It's indifference." Same replied he didn't really care one way or another.
20th Dec '16 9:19:09 AM AnotherGuy
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* RecycledScript: Sam's unseen brother Derek was a recycled episode of ''FIlm/ThreesCompany'' about Jack's unseen brother.
20th Dec '16 9:18:04 AM AnotherGuy
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* RecycledScript: Sam's unseen brother Derek was a recycled episode of ''FIlm/ThreesCompany'' about Jack's unseen brother.
29th Nov '16 9:28:04 PM Mdumas43073
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''Cheers'' was a hugely popular {{sitcom}}, which aired on Creator/{{NBC}} for eleven seasons (19821993), about the goings-on at a [[LocalHangout friendly neighborhood bar]] in UsefulNotes/{{Boston}}. When it began, it was notable for the fact that the entire show took place in the bar, never venturing outside, but this was dropped after a while. The Sam-Diane relationship was the most over-elaborate relationship in television history, until [[Series/{{Friends}} Ross and Rachel]] came into the picture.

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''Cheers'' was a hugely popular {{sitcom}}, which aired on Creator/{{NBC}} for eleven seasons (19821993), (198293), about the goings-on at a [[LocalHangout friendly neighborhood bar]] in UsefulNotes/{{Boston}}. When it began, it was notable for the fact that the entire show took place in the bar, never venturing outside, but this was dropped after a while. The Sam-Diane relationship was the most over-elaborate relationship in television history, until [[Series/{{Friends}} Ross and Rachel]] came into the picture.
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