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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 Diane in Spellbound

Loretta: Oh, Sam, you stood up for me. Nobody's ever done that for me before. [kisses Sam]
Sam: Oh.
Nick Tortelli: Sam, I'm aghast.
Sam: What?
Nick Tortelli: You of all people?! Have you no respect for our blessed union?
Sam: Oh, come on, Nick. There's nothing going on here. I'm not interested in Loretta.
Nick Tortelli: Uh, I got one thing to say to you, Sam. Two can play the same game. You took my woman... [looks at Diane] I'm gonna take yours.
Diane: Me? You're taking me? The only thing you should be taking is penicillin.


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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 Coach in Showdown, Part 2

Cliff: Well, well, well, Coach, it's just clear we've reached a philosophical impasse here. You know, much like the question of the tree falling in the woods.
Coach: The what?
Cliff: The tree falling in the woods.
Coach: Oh.
Cliff: The question is, if a tree falls in the woods and there's nobody there to hear it, does it make a sound?
Coach: Well, if there's nobody there, how do you know it fell?
Cliff: Well, Coach, we assume that it fell.
Coach: But you don't know.
Cliff: OK, I went into the woods yesterday and saw the tree lying on the ground.
Coach: Well, a bunch of beavers could have chewed on it and then gently lowered it to the ground.
Cliff: Well, you got me there on that one, Coach. How about another beer?
Coach: I'm telling you, Cliff, you surprise me. You're not prepared at all tonight.
Cliff: Yeah, well, I fell asleep while going over my notes preparing for our conversation, today, Coach.
Coach: Oh, you do that too, huh?

Quote from Cliff in One for the Road

Sam: One by one, I seem to be losing my, uh thrills and, uh, tingles, you know? I keep asking myself, "What- What is the point to life?"
Woody: Whoo, that's a tough question.
Sam: Yeah.
Cliff: Eh. Well, I got the answer.
Frasier: Somehow, I knew you would.
Cliff: Comfortable shoes.
Frasier: Shoes?
Cliff: Yeah, if you're not wearing comfortable shoes, life is just chaos. I mean, the greatest accomplishments in history have been made by men wearing accommodating shoes. Uh, Frasier, tell me, who do you think is the greatest thinker in all mankind?
Frasier: I don't know, uh, Aristotle.
Cliff: There you go. Sandals. Perhaps the most comfortable shoe there is. You hardly even know you have them on. I mean, Confucius, thongs. Einstein, loose loafers.
Woody: Wow.