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Then, of course, there are the consistently brilliant episodes from Cheers' sophomore year. Despite its low-rated debut in 1982, the ensemble farce set in a Boston bar confidently returned with several strong story arcs, including the turbulent, screwball romance between intellectual poseur Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) and affable primitive Sam Malone (Ted Danson), romantic conflicts for the sexually voracious and deeply cynical barmaid Carla (Rhea Perlman), and marital separation for beloved barfly Norm (George Wendt). With John Ratzenberger signing on as a full-time cast member (playing pompous jive-slinger and postman Cliff Claven), and those opaque one-liners by the clueless Coach (Nicholas Colasanto), Cheers was firing on all cylinders.
Episode highlights include "They Call Me Mayday," in which talk-show personality Dick Cavett, playing himself, convinces Sam the public would be interested in the former major league pitcher's autobiography--a notion that throws the unpublished, would-be novelist Diane into disbelief. Also wonderful is "Where There's a Will," guest-starring George Gaynes as a rich, dying man who leaves the gang $100,000 on a paper napkin will. "No Help Wanted" finds Sam's friendship with down-on-his-luck accountant Norm strained when the latter has a go at the bar's books, while the great "Coach Buries a Grudge" features the addled, elder statesman of Cheers delivering a memorable eulogy for a friend after discovering the dead man had an affair with his wife. Opinions vary about the worthiness of Cheers' latter years (the show ended in 1993), but no one disputes the merit of its groundbreaking start. --Tom Keogh
My mom is a huge fan of the show. She has watched every season on Netflix, and has expressed interest in owning them. I am trying to get her as many as possible for Christmas. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brianna Young-Scott
Sam and Diane were a great crazy, wild, passionate couple and they were a lot of fun to watch.
My favorite couple in a drama is JR and Sue Ellen in original Dallas. Read more
Sam and Diane can't make up their minds whether to be together or not. Carla's ex-husband, Nick, shows up with his new wife and the barbs fly. Hilarious, with a smidgen of sadness. Read morePublished 4 months ago by songstress
Was nice watching Cheers again and was looking forward to sharing all the seasons with my family when out of the blue we went to watch and the show was NO LONGER PRIME and it would... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ziggy
I love this series. I was going to watch every episode, but unfortunately it has been taken off of Prime TV. This is a funny cast of characters that never get old.Published 5 months ago by kungfurebel247