Cheers

Season 4 Episode 11

Don Juan is Hell

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Dec 12, 1985 on NBC
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Sam is happy to be the subject of Diane's psychology term paper until he learns just exactly what the Don Juan syndrome is.

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    Rhea Perlman

    Rhea Perlman

    Carla Lozupone Tortelli LeBec

    George Wendt

    George Wendt

    Hilary Norman "Norm" Peterson

    Ted Danson

    Ted Danson

    Sam "Mayday" Malone

    Shelley Long

    Shelley Long

    Diane Chambers

    John Ratzenberger

    John Ratzenberger

    Clifford C "Cliff" Clavin, Jr

    Woody Harrelson

    Woody Harrelson

    Woodrow Tiberius "Woody" Boyd

    Kenneth Tigar

    Kenneth Tigar

    Dr. Lowell Greenspon

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    Stephen Minor

    Stephen Minor

    Barry

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    Rafael Munro

    Rafael Munro

    Reporter

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    Tim Cunningham

    Tim Cunningham

    Tim

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Sam: I mean everything in here is true. Including the part about I've never had a non-sexual relationship.
        Diane: Now there. That's a good example of exaggeration. You and I have a non-sexual relationship.
        Sam: How can you say that?
        Diane: Well I think the fact that we don't have sex is a major hint.

      • Sam: (after reading the title to Diane's paper) She even made my sex life boring.

      • Woody: My brain must be filled up. My hair hurts.

      • Dr. Greenspon: So you would say that the paper is accurate?
        Sam: Oh well now, we had to change a few of the names to protect the satisfied.

      • Cliff: Normy, this one of nature's fascinating little mutations here.
        Carla: Rested in the hand of one of her bigger ones.

      • (Diane's class is visiting the bar to meet "Trevor"; Sam is talking to them)
        Sam: Let's open up this discussion a little bit. (to Barry) What's your name, son?
        Barry: Barry.
        Sam: Barry. Alright, Barry, why don't you tell me, uh, what you do when you meet, uh, a girl for the first time.
        Barry: Well, I, I talk to her... and I let her know that I respect her as a human being. I ask her out without putting any pressure on her and then I let the relationship grow naturally.
        Sam: (laughs) Well, we all have some pretty crazy ideas when we're young. Okay, uh, can anyone tell me where Barry went off the beam?

      • (Diane has decided to use Sam's sex life as the subject for her psychology paper)
        Diane: At what age did you have your first sexual encounter?
        Sam: Oh, alright, that's more like it. Okay, uh...(looks at her notes) "Trevor – A Case Study". Who, who's Trevor?
        Diane: That's you.
        Sam: You're not gonna use my name?
        Diane: Of course not.
        Sam: So... I do all the work and this "Trevor" guy gets the credit?
        Diane: Sam this is not your resumé. In a psychological treatise real names are never used.
        Sam: Yeah, but at least I should be able to choose my own name. I mean, how 'bout "Duke"?
        Diane: This is my paper and I like Trevor.
        Sam: Alright, alright. Well, where were we? You, uh, wanted to know about my first time, right?
        Diane: Yes. How old were you?
        Sam: Well, uh, boy, I'm not sure. Uh, I know I couldn't get to her house until the crossing guard showed up. Wow. First time is kind of hard to remember. What about your first time?
        Diane: I'm the scientist, Sam. My first time has nothing to do with this. Now, what about your second encounter?
        Sam: Well, that would be the crossing guard.

    • NOTES (1)

      • A 9th season episode of Frasier would have a similar title, "Don Juan in Hell." Ironically, this episode did not feature Frasier Crane.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Diane's paper says Sam is an example of Satyriasis. That term, now no longer in use in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders published by the American Psychiatric Association, refers to hypersexuality.

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