Cheers

Season 9 Episode 17

I'm Getting My Act Together and Sticking it in Your Face

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 07, 1991 on NBC
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Rebecca has trouble accepting the fact that she cancelled her wedding with Robin and Frasier translates Dickens' classic prose into Boston vernacular.

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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

    Bebe Neuwirth

    Bebe Neuwirth

    Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane (1986-1993)

    Shelley Long

    Shelley Long

    Diane Chambers (1982-1987)

    Kirstie Alley

    Kirstie Alley

    Rebecca Howe (1987-1993)

    Jeff McCarthy

    Jeff McCarthy

    Leon

    Guest Star

    Jan Gan Boyd

    Jan Gan Boyd

    Stewardess

    Guest Star

    Bebe Neuwirth

    Bebe Neuwirth

    Dr Lilith Sternin-Crane

    Recurring Role

    Paul Willson

    Paul Willson

    Paul Krapence

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    • QUOTES (12)

      • Frasier: You know in the space of the last 30 seconds we have witnessed deceit, sexual turmoil, and sudden senseless violence. It puts me in mind of a passage from The Pickwick Papers.

      • Carla: Sammy look at you. Your nose is bleedin', your eye is startin' to swell, and you just kissed a man. But you're not a wussy little fraidy cat.

      • Rebecca: Will you sell me this bar?
        Sam: No. What?
        Rebecca: Cheers. I want to buy Cheers. Running this place was the only time I felt like somebody. You know people looked up to me.
        Carla: Who?

      • Sam: Do you think that [Rebecca's] coming back here because I left that message on her machine?
        Norm: Yup.
        Sam: What do you know? I'm gonna talk to somebody who knows something around here. What do you think?
        Lilith: You're dead meat on a stick.

      • Sam: Hey, any of you guys tried that new steakhouse on Commonwealth?
        Norm: No.
        Sam: It's great. Beautiful waitresses in tiny little wench outfits.
        Norm: Yeah, what did you have?
        Sam: Beautiful waitress in a tiny little wench outfit. I'm going back too.

      • Frasier: Woody, I think it was a great sacrifice for you to give your clothes to Rebecca. It puts me in min of another novel by my favorite British author. You know who I mean. I'll give you a hint, Charles.
        Norm: In Charge?
        Frasier: Are you people really this ignorant or do you do this just to torture me?
        Norm: Sometimes the two go hand in hand.

      • Frasier: Splash some water on your face and get a fresh start.
        Rebecca: I'd like to Frasier but I seem to have lost the will to move. I just want to sit here for the rest of my life.
        Norm: Gee, maybe it's the stool.

      • Rebecca: Rebecca doesn't live here anymore. Rebecca died two days ago.
        Carla: Oh so that's what that is. I'm telling ya, a woman should never sweat in taffeta.

      • (Rebecca has locked herself in the office)
        Sam: Okay I've got the toolbox here. I'm gonna get Rebecca out of that office right now. Rebecca, I've got a screwdriver here and I'm gonna take that door knob off, then I'm gonna open the door here. Rebecca, I got a Phillips head by mistake. I'm putting that down and picking up a flat head and then I'm gonna take that door knob off. Rebecca, I don't have a flat head but I have one of those putty things and I'm gonna--damn! Okay Rebecca, I just punctured my thumb with that putty thing and I'm gonna go get a tetanus shot. Then I'm coming back here and taking that door knob off.

      • Frasier: I've just come from the Antiquarian Book Fair, where I managed to luck into a handsomely bound first edition of Charles Dickens A Tale of Two Cities.
        Woody: Wow! If you don't mind my asking, how much does something like this cost?
        Frasier: Well Woody, money isn't really the issue, but around $1,200.
        Woody: 1,200 bucks? I've got something to show you Dr. Crane. It's called a library card.

      • Carla: How am I supposed to make a drink around here? We're out of gin, vermouth, cherries, and lime juice. We've got to get into that storeroom.
        Woody: We can't. Sam said to substitute.

      • Frasier: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
        Norm: Wait, wait! Which one was it?
        Frasier: Stay tuned, Norm.

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