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Cheers

Cheers is a Boston bar where "everybody knows your name", run by former baseball player and recovering alcoholic Sam Malone.

Starring: Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Kirstie Alley, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger, George Wendt, Kelsey Grammer, Woody Harrelson, Nicholas Colasanto, Bebe Neuwirth.
Recurring Actors: Paul Willson, Jackie Swanson, Roger Rees, Keene Curtis, Dan Hedaya, Frances Sternhagen.
Original Run: 1982-1993.

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Quote from Esther Clavin in The Last Angry Mailman

Cliff: Boy, oh, boy. Don't you just love this Yorkshire pudding, Ma? That's a real delicacy.
Esther Clavin: The English didn't think so. Actually, Yorkshire pudding was invented in the late 1770s during a beef shortage. A person could be given a little bit of beef and soak up the gravy with the pudding, thereby fooling his stomach into thinking he was having a fuller dinner than he actually was.
Cliff: And you wonder why nobody asks us out anymore.

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Sam: No, I thought the oak was the strongest tree.
Diane: Only in furniture.
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Quote from Woody in Christmas Cheers

Tracy: No, I'm just going to go over to my mom's house. She's probably still up getting everything ready for tomorrow.
Sam: Yeah.
Tracy: You know, baking the bread and icing the cookies and stuffing the turkey.
Woody: Stuffing?
Tracy: Oh, yeah, my mom makes it from scratch.
Woody: Gee, so does mine.
Tracy: Yeah, but does your mom make it bone dry?
Woody: You could gag on it. Hey, don't tell me. Do you have a manger scene on your front lawn?
Tracy: The biggest on our block.
Woody: Oh.
Tracy: The Wise Men are my favorite.
Woody: Oh, I love Balthasar.
Tracy: Oh, Balthasar's good, but Melchior, he's the best.
Sam: Okay, well... Listen, I'd introduce you two, but something tells me you've known each other for years.