Cheers Season 7
Cheers Season 7
First Air Date: October 27, 1988
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The seventh season of Cheers, an award-winning American television sitcom, originally aired on NBC in the United States between October 27, 1988 and May 4, 1989. The show was created by director James Burrows and writers Glen and Les Charles under production team Charles Burrows Charles Productions, in association with Paramount Television.
7x22 The Visiting Lecher (May 04, 1989)
Rebecca accuses a respected authority on marital fidelity of making a pass at her.
7x21 Sisterly Love (April 27, 1989)
Sam tries to reconcile Rebecca and her sister.
7x20 Call Me Irresponsible (April 13, 1989)
Woody gets gambling fever and tension mounts as Carla waits for Eddie to surprise her on their second anniversary.
7x19 The Gift of the Woodi (April 06, 1989)
Woody's rich girl friend doesn't fully appreciate his inexpensive but heartfelt birthday gift and Rebecca transforms herself to further her career prospects.
7x18 What's Up, Doc? (March 30, 1989)
Sam actually fakes a case of impotence to get close to a therapist Lilith and Frasier introduced to him.
7x17 Hot Rocks (March 16, 1989)
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.
7x16 The Cranemakers (March 02, 1989)
Lilith persuades Frasier to give up everything urban and move with her to a cabin in the wilds.
7x15 Don't Paint Your Chickens (February 23, 1989)
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.
7x14 I Kid You Not (February 16, 1989)
Lilith and Frasier practice their parenting skills on Carla's precocious six-year-old son.
7x13 Golden Boyd (February 09, 1989)
Woody decides to steal Kelly, a rich snob's girl, away when the man humiliates him.
7x12 Please Mr. Postman (February 02, 1989)
Cliff's loyalties are tested when his new ladylove, a fellow postal employee, commits a rule infraction on his behalf.
7x11 Adventures in Housesitting (January 19, 1989)
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.
7x10 Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back (January 12, 1989)
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."
7x09 Send in the Crane (January 05, 1989)
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.
7x08 Jumping Jerks (December 22, 1988)
The gang decides to take up sky diving as a diversion.
7x07 How to Win Friends and Electrocute People (December 15, 1988)
Cliff drastically alters his personality after no one from the bar comes to visit him during his hospital stay with appendicitis.
7x06 Norm, is That You? (December 08, 1988)
Norm tries to hide the fact that he's become an interior decorator.
7x05 Those Lips, Those Ice (November 24, 1988)
Carla throws a jealous fit when she suspects that Eddie is fooling around with someone from the ice show.
7x04 One Happy Chappy in a Sappy Serape (November 17, 1988)
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.
7x03 Executive Sweet (November 10, 1988)
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.
7x02 Swear to God (November 03, 1988)
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.
7x01 How to Recede in Business (October 27, 1988)
Rebecca's life suffers a further disruption when Evan Drake's replacement makes Sam the new manager of Cheers.