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Cheers takes viewers back to the Boston bar where everybody knows your name. As former baseball star Sam Malone and his colleague Diane Chambers fight their mutual attractions, they cater to their regulars including Norm Petersen and Cliff Claven. Talking about their problems, laughing at each other's flaws and trying to be there when someone needs them, the gang are joined by naïve farm boy Woody, bitter waitress Carla , troubled psychiatrist Frasier and his wife.
The regular gang finds Sam and Diane's romance hard to believe, a view apparently shared by Diane, who throws Sam out of her apartment after only five minutes.
Carla goes on a maternity leave and is replaced by her supposedly shy and innocent sister.
Diane, angry at the implication that she couldn't hold a job anywhere but Cheers, leaves for better position and Norm leaves Vera.
Andy, the ex-con Sam arranged as a blind date for Diane, returns to Cheers to show off his acting ability.
Diane's intellectual former fiance returns to reclaim her and puts Sam into an anxiety attack when he tries to measure up by reading Tolstoy.
Carla rejects a man interested in her romantically, convinced that he must have some "fatal flaw" to find her attractive.
Sam's old buddy Dave Richards bets Sam he can break up his romance with Diane within 24 hours and it looks like a sure thing when Diane learns he still has his little black book.
Coach becomes a slave driver when he's put in charge of Little League team.
Sam and Diane go to work after Dick Cavett suggests that Sam's autobiography might sell and Norm confronts an old flame of Vera's who's interested in her again.
Sam casually tells Diane he loves her and sends her deep into an introspective analysis of their relationship.
Diane's good friend moves to town and makes a move on Sam.
Sam lets a dying man tend bar just for fun, but the man leaves the bar patrons $100,000 in a paper napkin will.
Not wanting to appear lonely and dateless whilst going to her ex-husband Nick's wedding ceremony to blonde bimbo Loretta, Carla asks Sam to accompany her.
Sam regrets asking Norm to do his taxes when the out of work accountant comes up with a five figure refund.
Sam and Diane want to spend some time alone together, but the lonely Coach keeps joining them, not realizing he is spoiling things for them. Rather than hurt his feelings by asking him not to bother them, Sam and Diane decide to set him up with a woman so they will be left in peace.
Thug Vic Shapone can't stand Cliff's constant chatter and avowed expertise on every subject. After a verbal confrontation, the pair decides to step outside to settle their differences, but Cliff surprises his pals when he ducks out the back.
Coach is conned into buying an old scale which also prints out fortunes, and the Cheers gang find their fortunes coming true. Meanwhile, Norm and Vera make progress in their relationship.
Sam lies to Diane about the weekend he has planned chasing snow bunnies in Vermont.
An old friend of Coach has died and Coach decides to hold a memorial to him in the bar, inviting all their old friends. But then Coach discovers his late friend made a pass at his late wife.
The regulars push Norm into pursuing an attractive new client who seems to be interested in him.
Diane is offended when Sam agrees to be featured in a magazine as an eligible bachelor. Meanwhile, Semenko, a pretentious artist, wants to make Diane the subject of his next work of art.
Sam commissions a portrait of Diane from an artist so obnoxious that he soon forbids Diane to continue posing for him, an order Diane won't accept.
Woody Harrelson(Woodrow Tiberius "Woody" Boyd)
Bebe Neuwirth(Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane)
Rhea Perlman(Carla Lozupone Tortelli LeBec)
Shelley Long(Diane Chambers)
Ted Danson(Sam Malone)
John Ratzenberger(Cliff Clavin)
Kelsey Grammer(Dr. Frasier W. Crane)
George Wendt(Norm Peterson)
Kirstie Alley(Rebecca Howe)
Nicholas Colasanto(Ernie "Coach" Pantusso)
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