Cheers

This sitcom follows the lives of the bar staff and regular patrons at the Boston bar Cheers, where everybody knows your name. They are a disparate group and largely self-described “losers”, but bond over their shared status at a bar they consider “home”.

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Broadcast History

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Network: NBC
Broadcast: 1982-1993

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Cast

ActorCharacter(s)Notes
Ted DansonSam Malone
Rhea PerlmanCarla Tortelli
John RatzenbergerCliff Clavin
George WendtNorm Peterson
Kelsey GrammerDr. Frasier Crane
Woody HarrelsonWoody Boyd
Kirstie AlleyRebecca Howe
Shelley LongDiane Chambers
Nicholas ColasantoErnie “Coach” Pantusso

Regulars & Guest Stars

ActorCharacter(s)Notes
Philip PerlmanPhil
Al RosenAl
Bebe NeuwirthDr. Lilith Sternin
Paul WillsonPaul Krapence
Alan KossAlan
Peter SchreinerPete
Tim CunninghamTim
Steve GiannelliSteve
Jackie SwansonKelly Gaines
Roger ReesRobin Colcord
Keene CurtisJohn Allen Hill

Theme Song / Opening Credits

Episodes

There were 11 seasons and 271 episodes of Cheers. We have not completed an episode guide for Cheers yet.

Trivia

George Wendt’s real life wife, Bernadette Birkett, supplied the voice of Norm’s unseen wife Vera.


John Ratzenberger’s role of Cliff was not originally in the script. He had auditioned for the part of George and didn’t get the part. He asked if they had a “bar know-it-all” and proceeded to improvise a character, which impressed the producers enough to landed him the role as Cliff.

Quotes

(Whenever Norm walks in…) Everyone: NORM!


Norm: It’s a dog eat dog world, and I’m wearing Milkbone underwear.

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Cheers Forum ( Forum ) – Connect with fans of Cheers in the Cheers forum.

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