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Finally, where were Niles and Martin this time? They didn't go to Frasier's real wedding, or Frederick's circumsion, and now they are a no show at this...
Rebecca says "she will call the state liquor board to renew the license". In Massachusetts, liquor licenses are issued by the individual towns and cities, not by the state.
During the scene where both Clavin and Twitchell are wearing the postal Uniforms, Clavin's has the word Letter carrier above his left Breast pocket, while Twitchell's does not.
Kelsey Grammer's daughter Spencer appears in this episode. She is the eight year old in pink next to Lilith in the bar at Frederick's birthday party.
Notice that the pennants that the kids are waving at the concert say "Nanny Gee" while the banner at Cheers says "Nanny G."
Are those dates mentioned in the episode or airdates. Because sports, news, and many other things can cause shows to be preempted, even *if* they're supposed to air at a certain time. The show might as easily take place in December with his birthday in December. Never go by airdates.
It's Frederick's birthday in January 1992, yet he was born in November 1989.
When the man comes to take blood from the employees, he walks with Norm to Sam's office, they walk around the place where Norm's seat is and no one is at that spot. When Woody walks in, Sam is suddenly standing at that spot.
Cliff does indeed live with his mother. In the previous season she returns from Florida and Cliff doesn't want her to move in with him, so Woody takes her in and Ester Clavin treats Woody as her son, and Cliff gets jealous and takes Ester back in. This occurred in the episode "Ma Always Liked You Best".
Cliff mentions that he lives with his mother. This isn't true unless his mother moved from Florida which isn't mentioned.
The bald-headed John Allen Hill puts on an Elvis wig.
Julie Lloyd, who played a receptionist in this episode, is the daughter of Cheers writer David Lloyd. She is also the sister of Frasier Executive Producer Christopher Lloyd.
Notice that John Hill calls Carla "Miss Tortelli." Since she is Eddie's widow she would be Mrs. LeBec. That's what she called herself before.
As the sportscaster is interviewing Kevin McHale after his poor basketball game, while McHale is counting the bolts in the floor, McHale is wearing a green Celtics road jersey. The Celtics would wear white jerseys when playing at home.
The Celtics are said to be playing three days in a row, which would never happen in real life.
Apparently, everyone has forgotten when Kevin McHale played for the Cheers team in Cheers Fouls Out, even Kevin McHale himself!
The pendant hanging behind the bar near Sam's picture constantly changes from a skeleton to a red devil and also Dracula. This happens through most of the first half of the show. This must be intentional.
Rebecca states that the fact that Sam wears bikini briefs may reduce their chances of having a baby but there have been several episodes where Sam takes his pants off and not one time was he wearing briefs, he was always wears boxer shorts.
GOOF: Carla and Madame Lazora are sitting at the table speaking about Carla taking over Madame Lazora's business. In that scene, Cliff and Norm are sitting in their normal bar stools. When Madame Lazora gets up and says the line about her teeth the camera cuts to Sam behind the bar. Cliff is clearly seen standing across the other side of the bar, closest to Melville's stairs. When the camera cuts back to Carla, Cliff is seen sitting in his bar stool again.
Norm claims that he never knew that the bar had a piano. He seemed well aware of it in the first season episode Showdown when Sam's brother dazzled the gang with his piano playing and singing skills.
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80s, Classics, Dramedy, ensemble cast, ladies man