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Michael Holden's character is named Joe. In "Everyone Imitates Art" and "The Cranemakers", he was credited only as "Costumer".
If Eddie hated the name Guy enough, he might have gradually gone from having his friends (including Carla) use it to having everyone use it, including his mother. President Grant's first name, for instance (though it's a ways back) was Hiram, yet nobody ever knew him as that.
During the 100th Anniversary party, Rebecca is dressed similarly to her old-time photograph counterpart in the opening credits.
We find out in this episode that the original name of Cheers was Mom's. Evidently, Mom's was a brothel.
Ray Flynn appears in this episode. He was the real-life mayor of Boston when this episode aired.
Rebecca said she had a small tattoo removed during an out patient procedure. However, it takes several treatments for a tattoo, of any size, to be completely removed.
When Dr. Crandell arrives he orders a Black & White neat. However Sam mistakenly pours it on the rocks and Dr. Crandell says nothing about it.
Susan says that Rebecca hasn't been overweight since she was 12, however in the later episode "Take Me Out Of The Ballgame" Rebecca says that she weighed 300 pounds when she went to her senior prom.
Carla says that Eddie's first name is really 'Guy,' but the priest at their wedding said his full name was Edward Raymond LeBec.
Lilith says she only knows one song - "My Funny Valentine" - but she has sung other songs in the past, such as "Our House" in "Dinner At Eight-ish".
Bebe Neuwirth has performed on Broadway in "Fosse" and "Chicago"
Only a day (or so) after listing AAAA Painting in the yellow pages, Rebecca receives a phone call from a potential client who found AAAA in the phone book. Apparently the new phone books were updated, printed, and delivered overnight.
During the opening scene, Rebecca is wearing the same outfit she wore at the end of the previous episode. "Golden Boyd"
Response: Never assume TV time is the same as real time.
Ludlow is said to be 6, yet he was conceived in 1985 and this is 1989!
When Sam tries to find out what song makes Rebecca melt he discovers it is "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" but, on the DVD and syndication version of this episode, he plays "Unchained Melody."
When Rebecca yells "Sheridan's in the kitchen with Satan" and Sam teases her about her "folk song," he is referring to the classic folk song "I've been working on the railroad" that includes in its later verses the refrain "someone's in the kitchen with Dinah"
In the episode "Pitch it Again, Sam" Frasier mentions that he has a fear of dogs. Although he goes and pets Satan right when he walks in the bar
First, Sam gets some rare black cardamom spice to put in the Bloody Mary. We find out that Woody has an allergy to it. Then, Rebecca gets a Bloody Mary sample from Gary's. Woody drinks some and has an allergic reaction to it thus indicating that Gary's Bloody Mary contains black cardamom. Why doesn't Woody have an allergic reaction when he is disguised as the judge later in the episode and has to taste and judge Gary's drink?
It seems odd that the gang are allowed to skydive alone when they have never done it before. Most first time jumpers are required to jump tandum (attatched to a professional) or take an extensive course, which they could not have done it the time between making the decision and going up in the place.
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80s, Classics, Dramedy, ensemble cast, ladies man