CTVA US Comedy - "Cheers" (Paramount/NBC) Season 6 (1987-88)

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Starring Ted Danson (as Sam Malone) & Kirstie Alley (as Rebecca Howe)
Season 6 (NBC) (1987-88)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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UCLA Film and Television Archive


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NBC Thursdays 9:00-9:30pm Eastern (25 episodes)
Enter Kirstie Alley as Rebecca Howe at the start of season 6

6.1 [122] Cheers: Home is the Sailor
9/24/87
Written by Glen Charles & Les Charles
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Jonathan Stark
Sam returns to Cheers six months after he sold it to a large corporation to pursue a life of leisure on board
a new boat. Now the boat has sunk and he's looking for a job.

6.2 [123] Cheers: "I" On Sports
10/1/87
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Fred Dryer ........ Dave Richards
Catherine MacNeal
Sam tries to dodge his bar duties so he can fill in for a friend as a sports broadcaster.

6.3 [124] Cheers: Little Carla, Happy at Last: Part 1
10/15/87
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Jay Thomas
Janet Brandt
Ed Williams
Carla and Eddie plan to get married if they can get past superstition, Eddie's mother, Carla's children,
and Rebecca's nerves as she waits for her boss to show up at the bar.

6.4 [125] Cheers: Little Carla, Happy at Last: Part 2
10/22/87
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Jay Thomas
Janet Brandt
Ed Williams
Carla and Eddie plan to get married if they can get past superstition, Eddie's mother, Carla's children,
and Rebecca's nerves as she waits for her boss to show up at the bar.

6.5 [126] Cheers: The Crane Mutiny
10/29/87
Written by David Angell
Directed by James Burrows
The gang tries to convince Frasier that Rebecca desires him after he quarrels with Lilith and Rebecca replaces
Sam's picture with one of Robert Urich.

6.6 [127] Cheers: Paint Your Office
11/5/87
Written by Peter Casey & David Lee
Directed by James Burrows
Norm gets to know Rebecca better when he paints her office as a way of paying off his bar tab.

6.7 [128] Cheers: The Last Angry Mailman
11/12/87
Written by David Isaacs & Ken Levine
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Frances Sternhagen
Kevin Dunn
Don Sparks
Tricia Long,
Jennifer Anglin
Cliff is opposed to selling out the family home so a convenience store can be built there, but his mother
is all for the idea.

6.8 [129] Cheers: Bidding on the Boys
11/19/87
Written by David Lloyd
Directed by Thomas Lofaro
Guest Cast:
Sharon Barr
Terry Hoyos
Eli Guralnick
Shawn Gibson
Gary Beach
Sam and Woody are up for bids at a charity auction but less than thrilled at their new "owners'."

6.9 [130] Cheers: Pudd'nhead Boyd
11/26/87
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Anne Pitoniak
John Paragon
Woody meets an elderly woman while wearing his makeup for the role of Mark Twain, and begins dating her.

6.10 [131] Cheers: A Kiss is Still a Kiss
12/3/87
Written by David Lloyd
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Tom Skerritt ......... Evan Drake
Harry Anderson ....... Harry "the Hat" Gittes
Rebecca asks an eager Sam to escort her to a company function to correct a false impression held by her boss.

6.11 [132] Cheers: My Fair Clavin
12/10/87
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Karen Akers
Cliff helps his girl friend improve her appearance then regrets it when all sorts start to hit on her, including Sam.

6.12 [133] Cheers: Christmas Cheers
12/17/87
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows, Thomas Lofaro
Christmas Eve is depressing at Cheers as Sam rushes to find Rebecca a gift, Rebecca makes everyone work late,
and Norm's Santa Claus buddies gather to celebrate the end of the season.

6.13 [134] Cheers: Woody For Hire Meets Norman of the Apes
1/7/88
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by Tim Berry
Guest Cast:
Paddi Edwards
Betty Vaughn
Robert Urich .... himself
Woody tries to convince his friends that he got a small part on "Spenser: For Hire" and Cliff and Norm quarrel
about a practical joke involving a chimpanzee.

6.14 [135] Cheers: And God Created Woodman
1/14/88
Written by Jeffrey Duteil
Directed by John Ratzenberger
Guest Cast:
Peter Hansen
Jude Mussetter
Woody takes responsibility for a vase broken by Rebecca at a company party, and winds up pals with the big boss.

6.15 [136] Cheers: A Tale of Two Cuties
1/21/88
Written by Bill & Cherie Steinkellner
Directed by Michael Zinberg
Guest Cast:
Tom Skerritt
Bobbie Eakes
Annie Tortelli fills in for Carla at Cheers and Mr. Drake makes Rebecca turn green by personally hiring a pretty
young woman to work at Cheers.

6.16 [137] Cheers: Yacht of Fools
2/4/88
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by Thomas Lofaro
Guest Cast:
Tom Skerritt
Dorothy Parke
Tom Astor
Rebecca thinks she's finally got a shot at Evan Drake when he invites her and Sam for a weekend aboard his yacht.

6.17 [138] Cheers: To All the Girls I've Loved Before
2/11/88
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Karen Witter
Deke Anderson
Peter Shreiner
Frasier's bachelor party turns out depressing and bleak while Lilith's shower threatens to burst into flames.

6.18 [139] Cheers: Let Sleeping Drakes Lie
2/18/88
Written by David Lloyd
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Tom Skerritt
Cec Verrell
Jay Bell
Rebecca moons over Evan Drake's bedroom as Norm repaints it, but she's caught when the man returns unexpectedly.

6.19 [140] Cheers: Airport V
2/25/88
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by George Wendt
Guest Cast:
Peter Elbling
Michelle Davison
Robert Starr
Carol Navratil
Carla tries to conquer her fear of flying with Frasier's help and Rebecca waits tensely for a visit from a
restaurant critic.

6.20 [141] Cheers: The Sam in the Gray Flannel Suit
3/3/88
Written by Bill & Cherie Steinkellner
Directed by Tim Berry
Guest Cast:
Tom Skerritt
Pamela Bowen
George Shannon
Vincent Howard
Rebecca is hurt and jealous when Sam's promoted to corporate headquarters until she finds out why he was moved up.

6.21 [142] Cheers: Our Hourly Bread
3/10/88
Written by Sue Herring
Directed by Andy Ackerman
Guest Cast:
Thomas Ryan
Ron Boussman
Rebecca decides to take Woody's suggestion of raffling off a Caribbean vacation to get the bar out of a slump.

6.22 [143] Cheers: Slumber Party Massacred
3/24/88
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Elizabeth Ruscio
Lilith and Rebecca throw a teenage slumber party to cheer up Carla after she learns she's soon going to be
a grandmother.

6.23 [144] Cheers: Bar Wars
3/31/88
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Wade Boggs ....... Himself
Robert Desiderio .. Gary
Greg Collins,
Philip Morris
Rom Rosqui
Larry McKay
The gang at Cheers declares war when rival bar, Gary's Old Town Tavern, steals the trophy celebrating their one
and only sporting victory in a bowling tournament.

6.24 [145] Cheers: The Big Kiss-Off
4/28/88
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Eric Menyuk
Carol Francis
Hugh Maguire
Peter Shreiner
Sam and Woody wager over who can be the first to plant a three second kiss on Rebecca.

6.25 [146] Cheers: Back Seat Becky, Upfront
5/5/88
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Tom Skerritt
Ron Barker
Vincent Howard
George Shannon
A desperate Rebecca goes to extraordinary lengths for a moment alone with Evan Drake as he prepares to move to Japan.

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