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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 Woody in Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh

Norm: Guys, guys, we're going nuts here. I tell you, man, it's just sheer luck that no one was hurt in this situation, other than Rebecca.
Cliff: Wait, wait, wait, wait. This might be part of Gary's master plan.
Norm: What?
Cliff: Keep us on the edge, off balance.
Woody: Yeah. Mr. Clavin's right. I think Gary's probably playing with us, like a rat with a mouse.
Sam: That's a cat and mouse, Woody. Cat and mouse.
Woody: Sam, a cat and a mouse don't play together. They're mortal enemies. They don't even know the same games. Think before you speak, Sam.


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Quote from Norm in Tan 'n' Wash

Norm: [enters] Afternoon, everybody.
All: Norm!
Paul: Hey, Norm, how's the world been treatin' ya?
Norm: Like a baby treats a diaper.

Quote from Cliff in Teaching with the Enemy

Frasier: I want you all to know... I'm not blaming her. It's because of me that my life is in the arms of another man.
Woody: Uh, well, you mean "wife," don't you, Dr. Crane?
Frasier: What?
Woody: You said "life." "It's because of me my life is in the arms of another man."
Cliff: Oh, that's a- That's a Freudian slip there, Woody.
Woody: What's a Freudian slip?
Cliff: Oh, that's when you say one thing when you're actually thinking about a mother.

Quote from Woody in Don't Shoot... I'm Only the Psychiatrist

Woody: I can't believe it. I'm being shunned. Just like back in Hanover. Just like with the Amish.
Norm: Wood? Who, uh, who shunned you back in Hanover?
Woody: The Amish. Weren't you here for this part?

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Quote from Sam in Sam at Eleven

Diane: How long have you wanted to do that?
Sam: Do what?
Diane: Kiss me. How long have you denied that burning desire?
Sam: It just came to me. It was an impulse.
Diane: Good, cos if you've been thinking about anything between us, it's out of the question.
Sam: No, no, I haven't.
Diane: Good.
Sam: Listen, Diane. Thank you. I will put the past behind me, and tomorrow I'll feel better. But tonight I'm gonna feel bad. OK?
Diane: Yeah, OK.

Quote from Coach in Sam at Eleven

Carla: [answers the phone] Cheers. Yeah. Coach, your friend Walt.
Coach: Walt? [takes the phone] Walt, Walt. My God, it's so good to hear from you! Well, I'm so glad the operation's over, Walt. Listen, I didn't tell you beforehand, Walt, but I didn't think your chances going in there were too good. Oh, it's tomorrow? Well, listen, don't worry, Walt, you'll fly right through it. It's a piece of cake.

Quote from Norm in Dance, Diane, Dance

Diane: Didn't you ever have a dream, Norman?
Norm: No.
Diane: Not at all?
Norm: Nope.
Diane: You never wanted something that was out of reach?
Norm: Well, uh... Beer nuts.
Diane: Norman, I'm serious.
Norm: So am l. Could you just... Yeah.
Diane: Everyone has dreams, Norman.
Norm: Everyone except me. I learned early in life not to have 'em. Yeah! I figure they're useless. They don't come true anyway.
Diane: Norman.
Norm: Yeah, life's tough enough without getting yourself all worked up over something that's not gonna happen. Mm-mm. Dreams, they just give you heartache.