Cheers

Season 4 Episode 26

Strange Bedfellows (3)

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM May 15, 1986 on NBC
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Janet has won the election and is hosting her press conference at Cheers. Diane turns up to apologise to Sam but ends up asking Janet some personal questions which causes Sam to throw her out of the bar. Later, Sam and Janet talk and realize their relationship won't work, so they break it off. Sam then picks up the telephone, rings someone and then asks them to marry him..... Meanwhile Vera has been called away, so Donna is left alone with Norm, much to his horror.moreless

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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

    Kate Mulgrew

    Kate Mulgrew

    Janet Eldridge

    Guest Star

    David Paymer

    David Paymer

    Phil Schumacher

    Guest Star

    J.J. Wall

    J.J. Wall

    Reporter #1

    Guest Star

    Alan Koss

    Alan Koss

    Alan

    Recurring Role

    Steve Giannelli

    Steve Giannelli

    Steve

    Recurring Role

    Paul Willson

    Paul Willson

    Paul Krapance

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • Woody: Looks like Sammy got his walking papers. I know how he feels.
        Norm: Yeah I think we've all been there before, Woody.
        Cliff: Well it's never happened to me, so I guess I'll just have to imagine it.
        Norm: Cliffie, you actually have to go with someone before you can get dumped.

      • Sam: I know what you're trying to do here, Diane. How dumb do you think I am?
        Diane: I believe we're supposed to ask the questions. Janet, how dumb do you think Sam is?

      • Diane: Has Sam ever talked to your about his feeling toward Ms. Eldridge?
        Woody: Well I heard him say that he kinda likes her. But in my opinion you and Sam make a much better couple.
        Diane: Really?
        Woody: Yeah. You're my two favorite people in the whole world. Except for my parents.

      • (Diane enters the bar after she said she would never come back.)
        Carla: Hey, didn't you see the sign outside? We have the right to service to skinny ex-waitresses with bad dye jobs.
        Woody: Oh, Carla, couldn't we make an exception just this once?

      • Woody: How you feeling today, Mr. Peterson?
        Norm: Pour.
        Woody: I'm so sorry to hear that.
        Norm: No, I meant pour.

      • (Diane walks in wearing a flowery, yellow spring dress.)
        Carla: Well, if it isn't Rebecca of Skinnybrook Farm!

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Carla: Well, if it isn't Rebecca of Skinnybrook Farm!
        Carla's making a reference to the Kate Douglas Wiggin novel Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, later turned into a play and a movie starring Mary Pickford (which was remade twice.)

      • Winston Churchill: ... we shall fight on beaches, landing grounds, in fields...
        Somehow, Woody had taped Winston Churchill's speech before the Commons on June 4, 1940.

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