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- 22 episodes on four discs
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The conflicting personalities of Sam and Rebecca would be too heavy to handle if it was not for their two best friends: the living with mom and trivia-spitting mailman Cliff (John Ratzenberger) and the beer enthusiastic conundrum Norman (George Wendt) whose wife nobody ever has seen. The thoughtful psychiatrist Fraiser (Kelsey Grammar) brings contrast to the show with his objectively Freudian view on life. The sarcastic waitress Carla (Rhea Perlman) continues to shoot sharp lines to those who irritate her, and everyone does. There is also the kindhearted and mindless Woodrow Boyd (Woody Harrelson) who tries to jump into the conversations, but is with complete disconnection with the world. Together these characters bring new life to the seventh season, as they become the wheels of the sitcom under motor of Sam and Rebecca's quarrelling.
Cheers displays a well-written TV show that offers large amount of chuckles and laughter, as the environment of the bar fosters a sarcastic and quick-witted humor. The different characters bring a backbone to the jokes and situational humor that allows for the audience to make personal connections.Read more ›
As I said, this season is filled with classic episodes. If pressed, I would say the three best remembered episodes are "The Gift of the Woodi," "How To Win Friends and Electrocute Yourself," and "Norm, Is That You?" "Gift of the Woodi" features Woody singing the infamous "Kelly Song" at Kelly's birthday as Kelly learns the hard lesson that ATMs are not endless supplies of money. "How To Win Friends" is perhaps the funniest episode of the series as Cliff tries to change his behaviour around his companions by having a doctor give him electrical shocks whenever he says something sarcastic or annoying. Hilarity, of course, ensues. "Norm, Is That You?" has Norm acting as a gay interior designer in order to win over some wealthy, potential clients that are friends of the Cranes.
Season seven is full of good episodes though. Two memorable episodes feature prominent guest stars. One has Marcia Cross of "Desperate Housewives" fame as Rebecca's sister, and boy was she a hottie back in the late 80's! The other features then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Crawley, and has the first kiss between Sam and Rebecca.
If you're looking for the "best of the best," then look no further than season seven of Cheers.
As usual, Sam's sex-crazy,
Rebecca's power-hungry and tense,
Carla's grungy and snappy,
Cliff's boring and numb,
Norm is lovable and wasted,
Lileth is flat-voiced and tight-bunned,
Woody is so stupid he's lovable,
and Fraiser's blossoming in hilarity!!!!
I love The Kelly Song!
And one of the best lines is:
"Well, there IS some crap up with which I will not put!"
It just keeps getting better and better!!!
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It is difficult for me to rate Cheers. It is fantastic if you like that sort of Sitcom which I do. So if you like it, by all means, belly up where everybody knows your name. ;)Published 10 days ago by JimmyK
Seriously, if you haven't seen Cheers, you should! Fantastic writing, and acting!Published 19 days ago by Grep
Rebacca still bringing show down she was not a good replacement for dianne. Woody is betterPublished 20 days ago by rac573
But definitely tailed off after Shelley Long left. "Cheers" probably couldn't be made today because it would be seen as objectifying women.Published 2 months ago by Jack
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