Sam and Diane contemplate their future together. Sam returns to the bar for one of the most famous closing scenes in television history.
Woody hires Norm for a city job. Cliff gets a promotion. Plumber Don asks Rebecca to marry him. Sam and Diane announce big news at the bar.
Sam and Diane reconnect after years apart, and they each attempt to convince the other that their love lives have gone well after their breakup.
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.
Rebecca connects with Mr. Gaines over their shared love of classical music, and she develops feelings for him. Cliff puts his mom in a nursing home.
Carla and the gang at the bar drink too much after Sam makes her a bartender, and she confesses to Sam that she slept with one of the guys.
Disillusioned by politics, Frasier bets the gang that he could get a trained monkey -- or Woody -- to win 10 percent of the votes in an election.
Sam has no place to sleep while his apartment is being fumigated, so he has to find a place to crash for the night -- not an easy task.
It's St. Patrick's Day, and Cheers engages in another war of practical jokes with the gang from Gary's Olde Towne Tavern.
Cliff, Norm, Woody and Frasier head off to see a triple feature at a beloved drive-in that's about to close, and Sam tries to find a way to join them.
Lilith returns to see Frasier but walks in on him and Rebecca as they are about to make love. Confused, Lilith asks Sam what's been going on.
Frasier gets a Dear John letter from Lilith, who is still in the eco-pod and wants a divorce. Frasier and Rebecca end up sharing an emotional moment.
Carla's pregnant daughter decides to marry the baby's father, and insists her own father walk her down the aisle, to Carla's dismay.
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.
Norm gets audited by the IRS, but can avoid trouble if he sleeps with the agent. The gang gets together to watch old footage of one of Sam's games.
In a small restaurant, a young woman nervously awaits her husband. An overbearing waiter guesses her secret: she is expecting a child. When her husband arrives he has something to say too.
It's last call for Boston's most famous tavern in the Emmy Award-winning show's final season, when Rebecca accidentally sets the bar on fire, Sam escalates the war of practical jokes with a neighboring saloon and Frasier and Lilith break up for good.
Sam (Ted Danson) and Diane (Shelley Long) prove that opposites really do attract when they finally get together in the hit sitcom's second season -- much to the chagrin of some of the regulars -- but their unlikely romance is hardly smooth sailing
As the season opens, millionaire Robin (Roger Rees) arrives to woo bar manager Rebecca (Kirstie Alley) and torment Sam (Ted Danson).
Laughter, camaraderie and beer continue to flow at the Boston bar filled with quirky regulars in the ninth season of the long-running sitcom, especially now that Sam has ownership of the establishment again.
Coach has now "retired" to the ball field in the sky, so Sam hires a new barkeep (Woody Harrelson), to join the usual hilarious fray.
In the seventh season, skirt-chaser Sam (Ted Danson) tries to make up with neurotic Rebecca (Kirstie Alley) and more.
Join the entire gang in the penultimate season of this beloved sitcom set in the underground bar where everybody knows your name, as Sam and Rebecca try to conceive a child and Woody and Kelly prepare to get married.
After a stay in a psychiatric institution, Diane (Shelley Long) returns to Cheers to help Sam (Ted Danson) get clean and sober. She enlists the services of uptight shrink Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer), who also happens to be her new beau..
The classic Boston bar continues to thrive in Season 6 of hilarious episodes that find Sam Malone (Ted Danson) flat broke and back at Cheers (after selling the bar and buying a yacht that sank). Promptly, he clashes with the pub's new manager, Rebecca Howe (Kirstie Alley).
With plenty of laughs on tap, the Emmy-winning television show's fifth season sees snooty waitress Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) bid adieu to Cheers and to womanizer Sam Malone (Ted Danson).
Bartender Sam Malone (Ted Danson) and the object of his unrequited love, Diane (Shelley Long), cross swords in hilarious episodes from the landmark television comedy. Joining them for the fun in one of the most popular television series ever are Norm, Cliff, Carla, Frasier and "Coach."