Ted Danson as Sam 'Mayday' Malone
Shelley Long as Diane Chambers
Kirstie Alley as Rebecca Howe
Nicholas Colasanto as Ernie 'Coach' Pantusso
Rhea Perlman as Carla Tortelli*
John Ratzenberger as Clifford C. "Cliff" Clavin, Jr.
Woody Harrelson as Woodrow 'Woody' Boyd
Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier W. Crane
Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lilith Sternin Crane
George Wendt as Hillary 'Norm' Peterson
Maria Victoria Angelina Teresa Apollonia Lozupone Tortelli LeBec
Freeman Writes: Dear Morty,
What is the address of the bar on cheers? Morty Writes: Bull & Finch Pub was
used for exterior shots. It's located at: 84
Beacon Street, Boston, MA. Since visors were
disappointed that it didn't look like Cheers inside,
they're opening (or may have already opened) an
exact replica at the nearby Faneuil Hall
Marketplace. You can get details at the official
you can Get Cheers on DVD! Cheers:
The Complete First Season [DVD](1982)
DVD All 22 episodes from the
debut season--including "Give Me a Ring Sometime,"
"Sam at Eleven," "Endless Slumper," "The
Spy Who Came in for a Cold One" and the two-part "Show
Down"--are collected in a four-disc set. 9 hrs. Standard;
Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround; featurettes;
interviews; game; more.
Cheers: The Complete Second Season
All 22 episodes from the second season--including "Power Play,"
"They Called Me Mayday," "Just Three Friends," "No Help Wanted," and
the two-part "I'll Be Seeing You"--are collected in a four-disc set.
9 hrs. Standard; Soundtrack: English; bloopers; featurettes;
Cheers: The Complete Third Season [DVD](1984) DVD
All 25 episodes from season three--including the two-part "Rebound,"
the two-part "Coach in Love," "If Ever I Would Leave You," "Bar
Bet," "Cheerio, Cheers," and "Rescue Me"--are collected in a
four-disc set. 10 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby
Digital stereo; featurettes; interviews.
The Complete Fourth Season [DVD](1985) DVD
All 26 episodes from season four--including "Birth, Death, Love and
Rice" (which welcomed the arrival of new bartender Woody Boyd),
"From Beer to Eternity," "Cliffie's Big Score," "Fear Is My
Co-Pilot," and the three-part "Strange Bedfellows"--are collected in
a four-disc set. 10 3/4hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English
Dolby Digital stereo Surround; featurettes; interviews.
The Complete Fifth Season [DVD](1986) DVD
All 26 episodes from season five--including "The Proposal,"
"Chambers vs. Malone," "Dinner at Eight-ish," "Cheers: The Motion
Picture," and "I Do and Adieu"--are collected in a four-disc set. 10
3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo
The Complete Sixth Season [DVD](1987) DVD
All 25 episodes from the sixth season--including "Home Is the
Sailor," "'I' on Sports," "Christmas Cheers," "Bar Wars," and
"Backseat Becky, Up Front"--are collected in a four-disc set. 10 1/3
hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo
Cheers: The Complete Seventh Season [DVD](1988) DVD
All 22 episodes from the seventh season--including "How to Recede in
Business," "Norm, Is That You?," "Golden Boyd," "Sisterly Love," and
"The Visiting Lecher"--are collected in a four-disc set. 8 3/4 hrs.
total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo Surround.
The Complete First Season [DVD](1982) DVD
All 22 episodes from the debut season--including "Give Me a
Ring Sometime," "Sam at Eleven," "Endless
Slumper," "The Spy Who Came in for a Cold One" and
the two-part "Show Down"--are collected in a four-disc
set. 9 hrs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround;
featurettes; interviews; game; more.
Pre-order this title now! it will be shipped on May 20, 2003
One of the most beloved
sitcoms of all time ran on NBC from 1982 to 1993 and took place in
a Boston tavern inhabited by a crew of eccentrics that included
Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Kirstie Alley, George Wendt, John
Ratzenberger, Woody Harrelson, Rhea Perlman and Kelsey Grammer.
Except where noted, each tape features two episodes and runs about
Vol. 1 VHS
Would-be poetess and bride Diane Chambers finds herself left at
the altar (or, in this case, the bar) in the series' first
episode, "Give Me a Ring Sometime." 27 min.
Vol. 2 VHS
"Coach Returns to Action" when he winds up competing
with Sam for the attentions of the same woman. Next, the gang
seeks the help of con artist Harry the Hat (Harry Anderson) after
Coach is fleeced at cards in "Pick a Con...Any Con."
Vol. 3 VHS
Sam isn't sure how to react over a former Red Sox teammate's
"coming out" in "The Boys in the Bar." Then,
Diane's attempts to gain sympathy from the gang after her cat dies
fall on deaf ears in "Let Me Count the Ways."
Vol. 4 VHS
Diane attempts to rehabilitate a con through acting lessons and
creates a monster in "Homicidal Ham." Next, a visit by
Dick Cavett to the bar puts him at the mercy of poetry-spouting
Diane in "They Call Me Mayday."
Vol. 5 VHS
Diane fails to be impressed by the intellectual prowess of
"Sam's Women" and decides to give his latest conquest a
quiz, while a TV sportscaster arrives to do a profile on Sam in
"Sam at Eleven."
Vol. 6 VHS
Sam and Diane try fixing each other up with dates, but the results
aren't what anyone expected, in "Diane's Perfect Date."
Then Diane's college friend (Julia Duffy) comes to visit and winds
up making a play for Sam in "Any Friend of Diane's."
Vol. 7 VHS
It's anything but smooth sailing for would-be lovers Sam and Diane
in "Power Play," once she abruptly gives him the gate.
Next, a triangle ensues in "Just Three Friends" when an
old friend (Markie Post) of Diane's comes to Boston and sets her
sights on Sam.
Vol. 8 VHS
In the two-parter "I'll Be Seeing You," Sam decides to
win Diane over by commissioning famous painter Philip Semenko
(Christopher Lloyd) to paint her portrait. After a jealous Sam
calls off the deal, Diane decides to pose for Semenko behind his
Vol. 9 VHS
Sam and Diane stop seeing each other in the two-part
"Rebound," which leads Sam to go back to drinking and
Diane to a rest home. Diane tries to help Sam by suggesting he
talk to her new psychiatrist, Dr. Frasier Crane...but doesn't
mention he's also her new boyfriend.
Vol. 10 VHS
In "Rescue Me," Diane calls Sam from Europe to discuss
Dr. Frasier Crane's marriage proposal and is surprised by his
favorable response. And in "Birth, Death, Love and
Rice," Sam travels to Europe to find what he thinks is the
newly married couple. This episode also features Woody's first
appearance on the show.
Vol. 11 VHS
The wedding is set, but will Diane and Sam have say those two
magic words in "I Do, Adieu"? And in "Home Is the
Sailor," Sam returns to Cheers after having sold the bar
several months earlier to find unhappy regulars and a gorgeous new
manager named Rebecca Howe.
Television's Greatest - Cheers (2001) The stars, the writers, the producers
and those who almost made it big... Inside Television's Greatest
reveals the answers to all the questions you've been dying to ask,
and tells the secrets you wouldn't imagine to be true. Explore the
creative process that brings an idea, and the characters of a new
world, to life.
During a time when the sitcom was being written off as a
"dinosaur", and network revenue was being lost to cable
TV, the idea for Cheers was born. Singlehandedly, Cheers revived
this dying art form. With writing that never faltered from the first
episode to the last, they created the most highly anticipated final
episode in TV history. It was the cast of highly developed
characters and our ability to connect with them, to see them as our
friends, that kept us coming back week after week.The lovable losers
of Cheers gave us a way to escape the world we live in, and go to a
place "Where Everybody Knows your Name". Find the answers
to these fascinating questions, and many more in Inside Television's
Greatest: • What character was played by someone recognized as a
director, not as an actor? • Whose father was a convicted killer?
• Which character was not originally written into the scripts, but
was suggested by someone?
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