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Cheers - Season 1

Cheers - Season 1

Cheers is a beloved American television sitcom that aired from 1982 to 1993, capturing the hearts and funny bones of millions of viewers worldwide. The show revolves around the daily happenings in a friendly, neighborhood bar called Cheers, located in Boston, Massachusetts.

The cast of Cheers is a stellar ensemble of talented actors that brought their characters to life, making them household names. This iconic cast includes Ted Danson as Sam Malone, the former baseball player turned bar owner. Shelley Long portrays Diane Chambers, a sophisticated and neurotic waitress who becomes Sam's love interest. Rounding out the main cast are Rhea Perlman as Carla Tortelli, the quick-witted and feisty waitress, Nicholas Colasanto as Ernie "Coach" Pantusso, the lovable but dim-witted bartender, and George Wendt as Norm Peterson, the regular customer with a beer-loving persona.

Cheers - Season 1 introduces viewers to the setting and characters that would go on to captivate audiences for over a decade. With its witty writing and talented cast, the first season sets the stage for the memorable moments and comedic brilliance that would define Cheers throughout its successful run.

The show takes delight in exploring the relationships and dynamics between the characters, as they navigate their lives within the bar's cozy confines. Sam's romantic pursuit of Diane forms a central storyline in the first season, providing plenty of comedic fodder and awkward situations. Carla's sharp tongue and quick wit create countless hilarious moments, while Norm's witty one-liners and love for beer endear him to viewers.

Cheers' success lies not only in its talented cast but also in its relatable and well-developed characters. Each character brings a unique personality to the bar, creating an engaging and diverse group that viewers can connect with. From Cliff Clavin, the know-it-all mail carrier with a trivia-filled mind, played by John Ratzenberger, to Frasier Crane, the pretentious and intellectual psychiatrist portrayed by Kelsey Grammer, the ensemble cast crafts an array of unforgettable characters.

In addition to its delightful characters, Cheers - Season 1 captivates viewers with its catchy theme song and memorable sound effects. The theme song, written by Gary Portnoy and Judy Hart Angelo, sets the perfect nostalgic tone for the show. With its optimistic lyrics and catchy melody, the theme song is instantly recognizable and transports viewers right into the heart of Cheers. The iconic sound of glasses clinking, the laughter of the patrons, and the jovial ambiance of the bar create an immersive experience that draws viewers into the world of Cheers.

Fans of Cheers can relive the episodes and enjoy the fantastic sounds of the show by playing and downloading them from various streaming platforms or purchasing the DVD box set. This allows viewers to revisit the beloved characters and witness the humorous antics that made Cheers such a beloved sitcom.

In conclusion, Cheers - Season 1 is a timeless classic that has remained a fan favorite for decades. With its talented cast, clever writing, and memorable sounds, Cheers continues to entertain and make viewers feel right at home in the friendly, neighborhood bar. So grab a cold one, sit back, and immerse yourself in the world of Cheers. You won't be disappointed!

A $200 GIFT CERTIFICATE
A big company like this, they spelled it wrong.
A big company like this, they spelled it wrong.
A Bloody Mary coming up.
A book promotion party.
A book?
A BUNCH OF BEAVERS COULD HAVE CHEWED ON IT
A bunch of borderline humans stand around
A COCKTAIL WAITRESS IN THE BEST CITY IN THE WORLD.
A couple of days. Sure. l guess so.
A couple of other chicks said so, too.
A dime says l can drink the old shot without touching the old chapeau.
A dime?
A doctorate changes a man.
A five minute head start?
A game of chance, simple cut of the cards.
A girl who moved into my building today. I helped her move some stuff.
A gunslinger at quarterback? No. A linebacker they get.
A guy in the men's room, Sam, writes some terrific stuff.
A history of being abusive with customers.
A HORSE'S BUTT.
A KISS IS WHERE YOU START, ISN'T IT?
A KITCHEN HELPER FOOD PROCESSOR!
A lady does not ask her chauffeur how much he stole from her dead husband.
A LADY STOPPED ME,
A little bit more to the left, guys.
A little louder, they can't hear you in the back.
A lot of ingredients in a Bloody Mary.
A LOT OF PEOPLE SAY THAT.
A lot of those guys lay low by making small money off dumb saps.
A man winks at me and l'm three months along.
A member of your family?
A moment ago you were encouraging it.
A moment ago, he was 85 years old.
A monk?
A poor unthinking creature like that?
A POSTMAN OR A PIGEON?
A really intelligent woman would see your line of BS a mile away.
A really intelligent woman would see your line of BS a mile away.
A recent minute?
A REGULAR PERSON FOR ONCE.
A remark a customer dropped just a moment ago.
A salesman came by this morning with these new napkins.
A SCREWDRIVER, PLEASE.
A serving girl.
A shame such an astute observer of human nature is stuck behind a bar.
A SIX MONTHS' WORTH OF FREE DRY CLEANING AT RITZ CLEANERS!
A taut, absorbing psychological drama.
A thirsty guy walks into a bar. You finish it.
A thousand cars on the turnpike, they find mine.
A toga party? Where they dress up in sheets?
A white wine spritzer with a twist,
A white wine spritzer, an Old Bushmill Irish decaf, no sugar.
A wonderful idea, but where would l look?
A young man killed an old man.
A.M. BOSTON?
About Mrs Tortelli's children.
About putting romance back in your marriage.
ABOUT THAT DO NOTHING CONGRESS DOWN THERE IN D.C.?
About time you got around to Mayday.
ABSOLUT, PLEASE.
Absolutely not.
ABSOLUTELY NOT.
Absolutely.
Absolutely. Go on. Right now.
ABSOLUTELY. HA HA HA!
Absolutely. You OK?
Action!
Actually, Coach, we just dated the one time.
Actually, I was going for a coffee.
Actually, it's quite peppy.
Actually, l was looking for bugs.
Actually, l... l'm really quite afraid.
Adolescent men are...
Afraid of what, Mommy?
After a while, l figured
After game, your room?
After listening to two hours' worth of frostbite and famine,
After our moonlight drive up to the Cape,
After seeing Ordinary People, l've tried to get my kids interested.
After ten minutes, if you aren't totally mesmerised by its beauty,
After the game, I like to sit back, light up a cigar
AFTERNOON, EVERYBODY.
Afternoon, everybody.
Afterwards, I tried to convince myself that I'd imagined that colour,
Afterwards, I tried to convince myself that I'd imagined that colour,
Afterwards, we can stop off at the hotel for a bite.
Again? He's been out with a different dolly every night.
Again? He's been out with a different dolly every night.
AH, QUE LASTIMA.
AH, YES. I WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK
AH...A BUNCH OF WAITRESSES SERVE DRINKS, AND ONE OF THEM WINS.
AHEM.
AHEM. ST. PAULIE GIRL.
AHEM. THIS KIND.
Akin to athletics. She also lettered in three sports.
Alien. Buckets.
All but one.
All but one.
ALL I EVER GET FROM SAM IS ADOLESCENT FLIRTATION.
All l need to know is when he can't beat that.
All l said was he doesn't sound like he knows what he's talking about.
All of a sudden, all I can think about is how stupid they are.
All of a sudden, all I can think about is how stupid they are.
All of a sudden, the city of Boston's in love with him.
ALL RIGHT, ALL RIGHT.
All right, everybody line up for the ugliest tongue contest.
ALL RIGHT, I WANT THIS TO BE A SURPRISE.
ALL RIGHT, LET'S SEE, HUH?
All right, Mr Matchmaker, you're on. Let's set each other up.
ALL RIGHT, SO I CAN'T DO IT.
ALL RIGHT!
All right.
ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT, YOU'RE RIGHT, YOU'RE RIGHT.
ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT.
ALL RIGHT. JUST PUT IT DOWN.
ALL RIGHT. OK, COACH.
ALL RIGHT. WHEN I DO IT,
All that laughing and stuff?
All that laughing and stuff?
ALL THAT WEIRD STUFF FLOATIN' AROUND.
All the beer you can cry into for a buck.
All the better.
ALL THE JEALOUSY I FELT FOR MY BROTHER OVER THE YEARS
All the more reason to grab some youth.
All the regulars left, Sammy.
All the tangible remains of our dear one."
All the women I really enjoy.
All the women I really enjoy.
All these people at the bar and no one introduced us.
All this talk has gotten me excited. What the hell? Let's do it now!
All we need worry about now is Eddie taking my bar.
Allow me to dispel your misconceptions.
Almost everybody.
Alphabetically by height, over here.
Alright, Coach.
Alright, Coach.
Alright, everybody, just act natural.
Alright, everybody, just act natural.
Alright, gentlemen.
Alright, here's a little known fact. The smartest animal is the pig.
Alright, l'll ask him. Sam?
Alright, l'll do it.
Alright, let me see if I have the decadence straight.
Alright, Norman!
Alright, we got tip off time here.
Alright, yes, l feel cheap.
Alright, yes, sir. Norm, do you know a Gus?
Alright, yes, sir. Norm, do you know a Gus?
Alright,... when you put it that way. The thing is....
Alright!
Alright!
Alright!
Alright? OK. Thanks.
Alright. I'll tell you.
Alright. l'll be the... What d'you call the guy who brings the money?
Alright. l'll buy it.
Alright. l'll try something. How did it go?
Alright. Our prayers are answered. Normie, babe.
Alright. When he gets out of the showers,
Alright. Why do you drink ice cold beer on a hot day?
Although l like it, but you don't have to.
Always do. See you, pal. See you, folks.
Always the high road.
Amazing.
AN ABSOLUT SCREWDRIVER,
An evening of unbridled bestial pleasure.
An ID?
An intelligent woman would see right through that.
An intelligent woman would see right through that.
An order.
An unexamined life is not worth living.
And 53 minutes.
And a great deal to look forward to with hope.
And a nibble.
And a scratch.
And a whole bunch of other stuff. Come on, Celtics, go!
AND ALL CONTESTS LIKE IT.
And all of your children will be named as my beneficiaries.
AND ALL THAT KIND OF THING,
AND ALL YOU NICE PEOPLE HERE AT THE BAR
AND AREN'T WE ALL? GOOD LUCK.
AND AS GOD IS MY WITNESS,
AND ASK FOR THE SPITFIRE?
And Becky Bannerman, the high school gymnast, is on a field trip.
And besides, you owe me a favour.
AND CALL IT THE DOUBLE "D."
AND DOESN'T HIDE BEHIND THAT TOUGH JOCK FACADE,
And don't be afraid of the dark
And enjoy a Fields Light Beer.
And enlighten me as to what my future holds?
And everything is back to normal.
AND FOR ENTERTAINING AT HOME,
And get a glass with lipstick on it or crud at the bottom.
And getting slapped around by cheap dames.
And guys dancing and exchanging phone numbers.
And have a new will drawn up
AND HE COULD DO A BETTER JOB.
AND HE WANTS ME TO GO WITH HIM.
And his strange clause in the will,
And I don't care what I have to do to get it.
And I don't put your tongue in the blender.
AND I DON'T?
And I found myself walking around in the cold,
And I found myself walking around in the cold,
AND I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY ABOUT THIS CONTEST
And I know, it's crazy and irrational,
AND I LIKE BEING A WAITRESS.
AND I THINK HE'S INTERESTED IN ME, TOO.
And I thought, "Who would take care of Elizabeth?"
AND I THREW IT ALL AWAY FOR THIS.
And I would hate to see that turned into something sexual.
AND I WOULD LIKE ONE DAY
AND I'D LIKE TO BE AN ARTIST.
AND I'LL BE SERVING YOU.
AND I'LL HAVE A SMALL SHERRY.
And I'll have to start going out with girls.
AND I'M DELIGHTED TO BE YOUR WAITRESS THIS EVENING.
And I'm not gonna be able to feed little Sammy Tortelli.