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The Cheers Alphabet Game

Z is for zoo, where Sam took Laurie, the daughter of the mother and daughter pair he was flirting with/dating in Send in the Crane. Edited by JacquelineLHope.
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A is for Andy Andy. 

 

I saw you kissing, Sam!  I saw  you kissing, Sam! 

 

Mommy!  I'll clean up my room now, Mommy!

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D is for Derek Malone, Sam's brother with the eyes as blue as Windex and Derek McGrath, who played Andy Andy.

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F is for Frasier Crane, who didn't show up until season 3 but outlasted everyone (thanks to his spinoff).

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K is for Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly K-E-L-L-Y. Why? Because she's....

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M is because it's a dog-eat-dog world and Norm is wearing Milkbone underwear.
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N is for "Nocturne," the name of the poem that Sam got published in that literary magazine (but it was actually Diane's poem).

 

"I fly through a puckish arena, where echoes dance, where echoes dance, where echoes dance..."

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O is for Tip O'Neill, former Speaker of the House, who came into Cheers to escape a woman who had been pestering him on the street.

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P is for Phil Perlman, who is Rhea Perlman's father and played, strangely enough, "Phil" on the show.

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Q is tough, but can we make it for POSSLQ (Persons of the Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters), which Frasier and Lilith became in one of my favorite episodes, Dinner at Eight-ish?  After all, the Q is pronounced.  ;-)  (possl-Q)

Edited by Inquisitionist.
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R is for Rebecca, who was played by Julia Duffy in a guest spot. She was an old friend of Diane's who was heartsick after a breakup, and so of course Sam hit on her. 

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S is for Serafina Tortelli, one of Carla's many, many children.
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T is for A Tale of Two Cities, which Frasier hilariously reads to the gang at the bar.

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X is for Ex boyfriends and girlfriends. Sam and Diane were exes in season three, Frasier was her ex in season four.

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Y is for how it seems Carla will be pregnant for the rest of her life. Just like it said in her Yearbook.

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C is for Civil Servants and Celibacy - two of the categories when Cliff was on Jeopardy!

Edited by M. Darcy.
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F is for Dr. Simon Finch-Royce, who counseled Sam and Diane not to marry.

 

"Well now, uh, where to begin? Well usually at this point, you would tell me what a loathsome contemptible swine he is, and you would describe in some detail, what a wanton libidinous trollop she is. But as you're only engaged, we'll just have to look forward to that."

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G is for Gaylord, revealed in the Frasier episode Star Mitzvah to be the middle name of one Frederick Crane.
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I is for Italy where Diane was supposed to marry Frasier and Sam flew to stop the wedding.

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K is for Kirstie Alley (I checked and we hadn't done her yet). 

 

Edited: Oh crap, we actually did use her already, for A (not for K). So, as a backup answer: K is for the karaoke machine that they had in the bar, in at least one episode. 

Edited by rubaco.
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L is for Les Charles, who co-created the wonderful Cheers universe.
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M is for Manchild in Beantown, the movie Diane made to convince Woody's parents to let him stay in Boston.

"Hi, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd!"

Edited by kariyaki.
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N is for neurotic, a personality trait shared by more than a few bar regulars.
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O is for Old dead skin. Apparently it sits on barstools and drinks beer all day. Edited by kariyaki.
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How did we jump from P to Y?  :P

 

Q is for all the beer that Norm and Cliffie Quaffed over the years!

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Dang it, got beat to the S! I'll be back...

Edited by kariyaki.
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T is for Thanksgiving Orphans, the episode that contains my favorite ever TV food fight.

Norm: Everybody get enough to eat?

Frasier: You know, I never had a chance to try the potatoes.

Sam: [scooping mashed potatoes off the mantelpiece onto Frasier's plate] Oh, well here, let me...

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U is for all of Carla's Unplanned pregnancies (which I think would be all 7 or 8 of them... I lost count)   Her life has been the wrong guy at the wrong time with the wrong birth control device.

Edited by Inquisitionist.
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