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Norm Peterson (Character)
from "Cheers" (1982)

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  1. "Frasier"
        - Cheerful Goodbyes (2002) TV episode, Played by George Wendt

  2. "Cheers"
        - One for the Road (1993) TV episode, Played by George Wendt
        - The Guy Can't Help It (1993) TV episode, Played by George Wendt
        - Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses (1993) TV episode, Played by George Wendt
        - It's Lonely on the Top (1993) TV episode, Played by George Wendt
        - Woody Gets an Election (1993) TV episode, Played by George Wendt
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  3. "Wings"
        - The Story of Joe (1990) TV episode, Played by George Wendt

  4. "The Tortellis"
        - Frankie Comes to Dinner (1987) TV episode, Played by George Wendt
  5. "St. Elsewhere"
        - Cheers (1985) TV episode, Played by George Wendt

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From "Cheers: One Hugs, the Other Doesn't (#10.16)" (1992)
Cliff Clavin: Eh, pretty good eats, huh Norm?
Norm Peterson: Not bad for a two-year-old. I myself have been enjoying these teeny little tuna fish sandwiches shaped like tiny little dinosaurs.
Cliff Clavin: Yeah, well quite ironic actually, uh seeing as how tuna, known in Latin as Pisces Middayacus, roughly translated as lunch fish, was uh, w-was not a contemporary of the uh prehistoric reptilian land wanderers.
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