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Sam's gullibility rears itself in another episode, "Pitch It Again, Sam," in which failed Red Sox pitcher "Mayday" Malone is goaded into taking the mound once again in a duel with a veteran hitter. Hoping for the redemption of his dim, major league reputation, Sam encounters an unexpected challenge to his decency at the last moment. The hilarious "Rat Girl" finds Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) concerned when his psychiatrist wife, Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth), grieves so deeply following the death of her favorite lab rat that she carries its little corpse around in her purse. "Uncle Sam Wants You" begins an understated story thread about Sam's desire to be a father, while "Carla Loves Clavin" puts cynical barmaid Carla (Rhea Perlman) in the horrifying position of having to be nice to one of her favorite targets, blowhard Cliff (John Ratzenberger). Cliff's mom (Frances Sternhagen), by the way, shows up unexpectedly in the painfully funny "Ma Always Liked You Best," prodding at Cliff's newfound independence and stoking her son's jealousy by lavishing Woody with attention. "Bad Neighbor Sam" initiates Sam's long-running feud (which never works in Sam's favor) with the owner of a restaurant above Cheers. "Woody Interruptus" sees poor Woody upset by girlfriend Kelly (Jackie Swanson) returning from Europe with a boyfriend, while Cliff babbles on about having his head cryogenically frozen. It's life as usual at Cheers, and as always the show's community of misfits is a joy to behold. --Tom Keogh
"Cheers" had an unsuccessful first season, but the sitcom was not cancelled, and it gradually gained an audience and became a fixture on NBC's Thursday night schedule. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Eric Mayforth
My client wanted to see this episode so badly, and I was happy I could find it on here.
We watched it and we both enjoyed it immensely.
Finished season 9 but when I went to season 10 I noticed that it was no longer free for Prime members. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. Bentson
We love Cheers. Great cast and writing. It is great to be able to binge watch it.Published 4 months ago by Monica Nelson-Thiele
I love every season of Cheers. I find them all to be well written and funny. I like the first 5 years the included Diane the best. However, every season is fun the watch.Published 6 months ago by J. Pelt
Good because I love Cheers. Not so good because I never liked the character Rebecca. Still missing Diane.
The rest of the cast still great.