Watching a season of Cheers is like slipping on a pair of comfortable shoes or going to a local bar where everyone knows your name. There's a certain level of comfort and knowledge of exactly what you are going to get. This was the second-to-last season so enjoy it while it lasts.
Episode 1: Baby Balk: Rebecca (played by Kirstie Alley) and Sam (played by Ted Danson) go separately to see the Cranes about having a baby.
Episode 2: Get Your Kicks on Route 666: Frasier (played by Kelsey Grammer) takes the guys away on a trip to discover their 'inner man'.
Episode 3: Madama LaCarla: Carla (played by Rhea Perlman) does not want to accept the crystal ball of the retiring Madame Lazora.
Episode 4: The Norm Who Came in From the Cold: Norm (played by George Wendt) has to stay at the Cranes' house when he hurts his back while painting.
Episode 5: Ma's Little Maggie: Cliff's (played by John Ratzenberger) girlfriend and mother take a liking to each other.
Episode 6: Unplanned Parenthood: After minding Carla's kids Sam and Rebecca doubt their parental abilities.
Episode 7: Bar Wars V: The Final Judgement: It seems like Sam's latest Halloween trick might have killed his old enemy Gary.
Episode 8: Where Have All the Floorboards Gone?: The Cheers gang feel that they are responsible for Kevin McHale's slump.
Episode 9: Head Over Hill: Sam is mad at Carla when she falls for his enemy John Hill (played by Keene Curtis).
Episode 10: A Fine French Whine: Woody (played by Woody Harrelson) wants to propose to Kelly (Jackie Swanson).
Episode 11: I'm Okay, You're Defective: Frasier has to deal with making his will.
Episode 12: Go Make: Sam and Rebecca have different ideas about the future they want for their child.
Episode 13: Don't Shoot…I'm Only a Psychiatrist: Woody gives Sam a trim.
Episode 14: No Rest For Woody: Woody takes on another job as a gravedigger to help pay for Kelly's engagement ring.
Episode 15: My Son, the Father: One of Carla's sons decides to become a priest.
Episode 16: One Hugs, the Other Doesn't: Frasier's ex and Lilith get into a catfight.
Episode 17: A Diminished Rebecca with a Suspended Cliff: Woody's cousin has a crush on Rebecca.
Episode 18: License to Hill: Rebecca lets the liquor license for the bar lapse.
Episode 19: Rich Man, Wood Man: Woody is a different man after a vacation to London with Kelly and her family.
Episode 20: Smotherly Love: Rebecca urges Sam to make Norm pay his bar tab.
Episode 21: Take Me Out of the Ball Game: Sam considers a baseball comeback.
Episode 22: Rebecca's Lover…Not: Rebecca looks forward to catching up with her high school boyfriend.
Episode 23: Bar Wars V1: This Time It's for Real: The new owner of Gary's Olde Towne Tavern doesn't appreciate Cheers' latest prank.
Episode 24: Heeeeeere's Cliffy!: Sam and Woody try to install a satellite dish at Cheers.
Episode 25: Old Fashion Wedding: There are some obstacles in the way at Woody and Kelly's wedding.