NBC (ended 1993)
|I read somewhere where there was at least one episode without Sam. Is this true? I do remember one episode where Sam appeared in the beginning segment of the show, but not after that.|
The absence of Sam is explained in the opening scene, when it is said that he is home in bed with the chicken pox. The funny part about the scene was that there were a couple of Sam's ladies in the bed with him.
|Sam also only briefly appears as well in "The Book of Samuel" from season 5, but for the record, Ted Danson, George Wendt and Rhea Perlman were in every episode of Cheers, no matter how briefly.|
|How many episodes were there without Cliff Calvin (John Ratzenberger), Woody Boyd (Woody Harrelson), or Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer)?|
According to IMDB:
Ratzenberger was in 268 episodes, therefore missing 2 episodes.
Harrelson was in 198 episodes, therefore missing 72 episodes.
Grammer was in 201 episodes, therefore missing 69 episodes.
-When did Kelsey Grammer became credited as a regular on the show?
-Also, John Ratzenberger was a regular on all 11 seasons.
-Grammer was not on the first 44 episode (the first two seasons) and Harrelson was not on the first 69 episodes (first three seasons).
|Cliff was not a regular in season one, his name is not in the beginning credits, but in the ending credits yes, as a specal guest.|
Also, he was in every episode of season one.
Actually, Cliff was not in "Sam at Eleven" from season 1.
i can't remember which episode it was, but Woody wasn't in the episode where everyone got postcards from him while he's on vacation
Edit: It was "Get your kicks on route 666"