CTVA US Comedy - "Cheers" (Paramount/NBC) Season 7 (1988-89)

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Starring Ted Danson (as Sam Malone) & Kirstie Alley (as Rebecca Howe)
Season 7 (NBC) (1988-89)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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NBC Thursdays 9:00-9:30pm Eastern (22 episodes)

7.1 [147] Cheers: How to Recede in Business
10/27/88
Written by David Angell
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Brian Bedford
Robert Pescovitz
Rebecca's life suffers a further disruption when Evan Drake's replacement makes Sam the new manager of Cheers.

7.2 [148] Cheers: Swear to God
11/3/88
Written by Tom Reeder
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Eric Christmas
Shanna Reed
Kim Ulrich
Sam makes a rash promise to God that he'll remain celibate if only someone else is the father of an old girl
friend's baby.

7.3 [149] Cheers: Executive Suite
11/10/88
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Alex Nevil ........ Martin Teal
Gerald Hiken
Rebecca puts Sam off by telling him that from now on she'll only date men who can advance her career, and then
she meets her younger-than-springtime new boss.

7.4 [150] Cheers: One Happy Chappy in a Sappy Serape
11/17/88
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Alex Nevil
Gerald Hiken
Fred Asparagus
Marco Hernandez
Loren Farmer
Sam goes to Mexico to open a new bar for the company, robbing Rebecca of her "fiance" and her only defense against
the marriage proposal of her baby boss.

7.5 [151] Cheers: Those Lips, Those Ice
11/24/88
Written by Peter Casey & David Lee
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Jay Thomas
Isa Andersen
Carla throws a jealous fit when she suspects that Eddie is fooling around with someone from the ice show.

7.6 [152] Cheers: Norm, is That You?
12/8/88
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
George Deloy
Jane Sibbett
B.J. Turner
Norm tries to hide the fact that he's become an interior decorator.

7.7 [153] Cheers: How to Win Friends and Electrocute People
12/15/88
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Shirley Prestia
Robert Benedetti
Ed Wright
Cliff drastically alters his personality after no one from the bar comes to visit him during his hospital
stay with appendicitis.

7.8 [154] Cheers: Jumping Jerks
12/22/88
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
The gang decides to take up sky diving as a diversion.

7.9 [155] Cheers: Send in the Crane
1/5/89
Written by David Lloyd
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Sandahl Bergman
Chelsea Noble
Patricia Morrison
Sam finds himself attracted to both an old girlfriend and her grown daughter while Woody volunteers to be the
clown at the boss' kid's birthday party Rebecca is planning.

7.10 [156] Cheers: Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back
1/12/89
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Joel Polis .........as Gary
Greg Collins
Thom McCleister
Cheers gets another chance of losing a contest to their cross town rivals at Gary's Old Towne Tap; this time the
contest is for "Boston's Best Bloody Mary."

7.11 [157] Cheers: Adventures in Housesitting
1/19/89
Written by Particia Niedzialek & Cecile Alch
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Michael Currie
Rebecca offers to housesit for one of the company executives and calls on Sam and Woody for help when the man's
beloved dog runs away.

7,12 [158] Cheers: Please Mr. Postman
2/2/89
Written by Brian Pollock & Mert Rich
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Annie Golden ........ Margaret O'Keefe
Cliff's loyalties are tested when his new lady love, a fellow postal employee, commits a rule infraction on his
behalf. Sam goes nuts trying to guess what Rebecca's favorite old song is.

7.13 [159] Cheers: Golden Boyd
2/6/89
Written by Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Tyrone Power Jr.
Jackie Swanson ........ Kelly Gaines
Richard Doyle ......... Mr. Gaines
Gary Bergher
Woody decides to steal Kelly, a rich snob's girl, away when the man humiliates him.

7.14 [160] Cheers: I Kid You Not
2/1/89
Teleplay by Rod Burton; Story by Rick Beren
Directed by James Burrowa
Guest Cast:
Jarrett Lennon ....... Ludlow Tortelli
Jackie Swanson
Lilith and Frasier practice their parenting skills on Carla's precocious six-year-old son.

7.15 [161] Cheers: Don't Paint Your Chicks
2/23/89
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Lisa Aliff
Stefan Gierasch
Sarah Marshall
Rebecca tries to impress corporate headquarters by using her marketing skills to promote Norm's one man painting
business and Sam tries to keep up with a sweet young thing wild about all kinds of sports.

7.16 [162] Cheers: The Crane Makers
3/2/89
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by Andy Ackerman
Guest Cast:
James R. Winker
Michael Holden
Peter Schreiner
Lilith persuades Frasier to give up everything urban and move with her to a cabin in the wilds.

7.17 [163] Cheers: Hot Rocks
3/16/89
Written by Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Adm. William J. Crowe Jr. ...... Himself
Sam introduces everyone to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, an old fan, but Rebecca later believes
the old man stole her diamond earrings.

7.18 [164] Cheers: What's Up Doc
3/30/89
Written by Brian Pollock & Mert Rich
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Madolyn Smith Osborne
Jeff Rizzo
Richmond Harrison,
Tony Di Benedetto
Sam actually fakes a case of impotence to get close to a therapist Lilith and Frasier introduced to him.

7.19 [165] Cheers: The Gift of Woodi
4/6/89
Written by Phoef Sutton
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Jackie Swanson
Richard Doyle
Ann Guilbert
Bruce French
Woody's rich girl friend doesn't fully appreciate his inexpensive but heartfelt birthday gift and Rebecca transforms
herself to further her career prospects.

7.20 [166] Cheers: Call Me Irresponsible
4/13/89
Written by Tom Anderson
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Fredric Cook
Mark Arnott
Woody gets gambling fever over a basketball pool, tension mounts as Carla waits for Eddie to surprise her on
their second anniversary.

7.21 [167] Cheers: Sisterly Love
4/27/89
Written by David Lloyd
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
Marcia Cross ....... Susan Howe
Sam tries to reconcile Rebecca and her sister, for his own nefarious reasons, of course.

7.22 [168] Cheers: The Visiting Lecher
5/4/89
Written by David Lloyd
Directed by James Burrows
Guest Cast:
John McMartin
Joanna Barnes
Rebecca accuses a respected authority on marital fidelity of making a pass at her.

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