The new owner of Gary's Olde Towne Tavern reacts poorly to a practical joke. Rebecca gets chosen for a makeover in Redbook magazine.
Lilith falls into a deep funk when her favorite lab rat dies. Rebecca starts eating healthy and tries to get the gang to follow in her footsteps.
Sam gets mad when Carla complicates his efforts to get back at John Hill. Cliff is asked to reenact a Pony Express run, but he's afraid of horses.
Sam tries to get even with John Hill. Carla's son wants to be a priest. Cliff thinks he's a comedian because his joke is put in a postal newsletter.
Sam and Rebecca have decided that they are going to have a baby together, and they each ask the Cranes for help.
Cliff is hired to videotape an anniversary party at the bar, but the camera battery dies. Frasier asks his young secretary out on a date.
Though plumbers aren't exactly Rebecca's type, she becomes attracted to the man called into the bar to fix a leaky tap. Sam joins a support group.
Woody wants to propose to Kelly, but she's preoccupied with Henri's visa. Frasier resists acupuncture until he sees the beautiful doctor.
Rebecca wants to open a tea room in the back room, to Sam's dismay. A Weather Channel anchor thinks a letter she gets from Cliff was written by a kid.
Frasier is wallowing in Lilith's announcement that she's leaving him for her colleague, Dr. Pascal, with whom she'll spend a year living in a bubble.
Sam and Rebecca prepare for the grand reopening of Cheers. Carla has to be nice at her new job. Kelly and Woody have religious differences.
Robin returns to Cheers and admits he's broke, though he still has feelings for Rebecca. He also may have a large sum of money hidden at the bar.
A game of tag veers into terrifying territory when five teens get lost among the stalks of a corn maze with a psychopath who's bent on stalking them.
With the world's economy in dire straits, corporate protagonist Dagny Taggart searches for a solution amid the rubble of a long-abandoned factory.
This comedy special showcases the unusual skills of performance artist Reggie Watts, who mixes improv comedy and looped vocals for a unique treat.
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