Cheers

Season 9 Episode 15

The Days of Wine and Neuroses (1)

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Jan 24, 1991 on NBC
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Rebecca parties hearty to hide her second thoughts after Robin finally pops the question and Frasier develops a passion for the new sing-along machine.

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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)

    Calvin Jung

    Calvin Jung

    Walter

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    Shad Willingham

    Shad Willingham

    Deliveryman

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    Kristine Knudson

    Kristine Knudson

    Woman

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    Bebe Neuwirth

    Bebe Neuwirth

    Dr Lilith Sternin-Crane

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    Roger Rees

    Roger Rees

    Robin Colcord

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    Paul Willson

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    Paul Krapence

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • (Sam won't have sex with Rebecca.)
        Sam: I'm sorry I won't do this.
        Rebecca: Why?
        Sam: Well first of all, you've been drinking a little bit and you know a gentleman has rules and second you're kind of repulsive right now.
        Rebecca: You can't take it?

      • Sam: Are you drinking again?
        Rebecca: Certainly not. I never stopped.
        Sam: So you want to talk? Is this about getting married tomorrow? Are you getting cold feet?
        Rebecca: Certainly not. I am perfectly prepared to marry Robin and spend the rest of my life wth him. I'm just not particularly looking forward to it.
        Sam: You know I don't get that. All you've done the last two years is talk about getting married to this guy.
        Rebecca: Well I'll tell you. It is one thing to love somebody who's serving time for your. It's another thing serving time with them.

      • Sam: Do you think I ought to go see [Rebecca], Lilith?
        Lilith: I'm going to tell you what I tell all my patients, what do you think?
        Sam: They pay you for that?
        Lilith: What do you think?

      • Lilith: It's a dangerous combination: a karaoke machine and an obsessive personality whose parents used to play Broadway cast albums to drown out their lovemaking.

      • Sam: I think you've definitely had enough.
        Rebecca: Sam, I'm toasting.
        Sam: You're toasted plenty.

      • Rebecca: To my sweet baby, Robin. We may not have much but we have each other.
        Carla: Then you don't have much.

      • Rebecca: A single white rose. I wonder what this means.
        Carla: Well if it means the same thing it does in my family, you better have Clavin start your car tonight.

      • Frasier: (about the karaoke machine) Just what we need, a loud abrasive noise making machine.
        Norm: Frase, don't pick on something that can't defend itself.
        Cliff: Thank you, Norm.

      • Rebecca: Hey you guys, look what it says on my Limerick-A-Day calendar.
        Carla: Oh let me guess. There was an old maid named Becks who went a long time without sex.
        Rebecca: Carla, why does your humor always have to be at someone else's expense.
        Carla: It's what makes me laugh.

      • Norm: Frasier, I never play Vera either, but I'd miss her if a couple guys wheeled her out of here on a refrigerator dolly.

      • Paul: No jukebox. I feel naked.

    • NOTES (5)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The episode title is derived from the film "Days of Wine and Roses." Released in 1962, it was directed by Blake Edwards and starred Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick. The title song from the movie won the Academy Award for Best Song.

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