The gang are celebrating their second anniversary of beating Gary's Olde Towne Tavern in bowling, their one and only victory in the bar wars. But they are also on a winning streak. The act ... See full summary »

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The gang are celebrating their second anniversary of beating Gary's Olde Towne Tavern in bowling, their one and only victory in the bar wars. But they are also on a winning streak. The act of Gary stealing and breaking the bowling trophy reignites their war, of which Rebecca is unfamiliar. She refuses to participate, until the war starts to affect her. The pranks are generally mild but juvenile, but Rebecca agrees to Gary's offer of a truce. The cease fire quickly ends when Gary pulls another prank. Beyond the pranks, the gang at Cheers become paranoid about every stranger that comes into the bar, including someone who claims to be Red Sox power hitter Wade Boggs, who says he was sent by Gary to sign autographs. He looks like Wade Boggs, sounds like Wade Boggs, but does that make him Wade Boggs? The resulting end of this war is in the words of the wise "pretty weeny". Written by Huggo

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It was later widely reported that the main reason why Wade Boggs agreed to appear in this episode was because he had a mistress who lived in Anaheim, California. Boggs took advantage of having a free trip to California and took two days off from spring training. See more »

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Carla LeBec: I'd like to do something to Gary to make him really miserable.
Cliff Clavin: Why don't you marry him.
Carla LeBec: Why don't you.
Cliff Clavin: Why don'tch-you.
Carla LeBec: Why don'tch-you.
Cliff Clavin: ch-you.
Carla LeBec: ch-you.
Cliff Clavin: ch-you.
Carla LeBec: ch-you.
Cliff Clavin: ch-you.
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Bar Wars (#6.23)
4 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is time to celebrate the big bowling win that happened two years ago. Only this year Gary gets to their trophy and breaks it. Cheers wants revenge! And this leads to a series of pranks that both bars play on each other. At the end Gary gets them by getting them get themselves. But cheers still win as they get the Wade Boggs pants.

A great and fun episode with many hilarious moments. All the pranks played were very funny, besides the first lame one with the champagne glasses. Actually I must say the fun part is that no matter how much I love Cheers, Gary's bar seemed so much better and he had the craziest pranks done.


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