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Cheers Fouls Out 

Frasier and Lilith are having a domestic spat, and Lilith is withholding sex. Frasier is going a little stir crazy because of it. Woody is having a spat in name only with 'Larry Bird' of ... See full summary »

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Frasier and Lilith are having a domestic spat, and Lilith is withholding sex. Frasier is going a little stir crazy because of it. Woody is having a spat in name only with 'Larry Bird' of the Boston Celtics who is originally from French Lick, Indiana, from where people of Hanover, Indiana are considered the dufuses of the state. Hanover residents have the same opinion of French Lick residents. With the rest of the gang, they're preparing for the next contest with Gary's Olde Towne Tavern, namely a three-on-three basketball game of bar employees. Gary "hires" a couple of extremely tall ringers. Sam goes one step further and "hires" Boston Celtic, Kevin McHale. Sam tells Kevin that the game is for charity - an orphanage - to persuade him to do this for him. Because of the surety of winning, Sam bets Gary $5,000 on the game, Gary unaware that Kevin is Cheers' ringer. When Kevin ultimately finds out he was duped about the charity aspect of the game, he's mad but agrees to play if the ... Written by Huggo

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The date on Gary's check is September 27th, 1990, the date this episode first aired. The address on the check is 555 Main Street, which would put Gary's Tavern in the Charlestown neighborhood. See more »

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When Carla holds up the Polaroid picture being auctioned, it is black on both sides - there is no image on it. See more »

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[Frasier and Lilith are talking about their sex life, which Frasier now sees as non-existent since Lilith is withholding it]
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: Oh, for goodness sakes Frasier, we've been intimate several times this last month. Look at my day planner. We were together every night this weekend.
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: [looks in her day planner] Oh, good heavens, that wasn't you.
Dr. Frasier Crane: What do you mean it wasn't me?
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: I'm kidding. See? Look how tense you are. You wouldn't enjoy it anyway.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Well, fine. I don't want it anyway.
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: You do too.
Dr. Frasier Crane: I do not.
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: Do ...
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Cheers Fouls Out (#9.2)
18 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is time for the basketball game with Gary's bar. And this year Sam has a great plan to get a professional Kevin McHale to win. There is a bet of $5000 and Kevin agrees to play only if the money goes to the orphans. Cheers agrees, but then at the end Gary tricks them, gets their donation and gives it to the orphans in his name.

The whole basketball story was pretty boring. We saw a lot of those bar wars already. And the basketball player was just annoying me with his stupidity and entitlement.

Frasier and Lilith are the one good part of the episode, especially their conversation when Lilith says that she does it to his mind.


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