Cheers (1982–1993)
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The Days of Wine and Neuroses 

The bar's jukebox is going in for repairs, and for the week while it's away, Cheers gets a karaoke machine in it's place. After an initial reluctance by the gang as to it's usefulness, they... See full summary »

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Cliff Clavin
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Dr. Frasier Crane
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Norm Peterson
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Dr. Lilith Sternin
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Walter
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Paul Krapence
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Kristine Knudson ...
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The bar's jukebox is going in for repairs, and for the week while it's away, Cheers gets a karaoke machine in it's place. After an initial reluctance by the gang as to it's usefulness, they take to the machine. In particular, Norm and Cliff are hooked on the song Lollipop - especially while sung with helium filled voices - while Frasier is hooked on every other song as he monopolizes the karaoke machine's time. Meanwhile, Robin will be getting out of jail in three days, and through the delivery of a white rose and a love letter, proposes to Rebecca and wants to get married on the day of his release. She's ecstatic - at least initially. Rebecca holes up in her apartment leading up to the wedding. She's living on booze and cigarettes. In a heart to heart with Sam and to herself, she finally admits that she doesn't think she loves Robin. She'll figure out what she needs to do once she sobers up. Written by Huggo

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24 January 1991 (USA)  »

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Trivia

It is revealed that Frasier's parents, Martin and Hester Crane, played show tunes to disguise their lovemaking. See more »

Quotes

Rebecca Howe: [Rebecca is making a toast to hers and Robin's engagement] To my sweet baby, Robin. We may not have much, but we have each other.
Carla Tortelli-LeBec: Then you don't have much.
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References Days of Wine and Roses (1962) See more »

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We've Got Tonight
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Written by Bob Seger
Performed by Kirstie Alley
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