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Woody has some honey bees delivered to the bar and keeps them in the office for safekeeping. Luckily he does keep them safe as they do get loose and they seem rather angry. Rebecca has another pest with whom to deal, namely her new boss, Martin Teal. Greg Stone has been fired from the company, and Teal has taken his place at corporate. He wants to meet with Rebecca. In the elevator at corporate, she is hit on by a vertically-challenged man-child in a suit, to whom she basically tells to go back to his mommy. Later, she is horrified to learn that the man-child is Martin Teal. He takes an instant like to her in more ways than one. He not only reinstates her as the sole manager at Cheers, but he wants to date her. To get him off her back, she lies and tells him that she is already romantically involved with someone, namely Sam. But Martin Teal is a man-child who is used to getting what he wants at any and all cost. Written by Huggo

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10 November 1988 (USA)  »

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Cy Young was born in March 1867, which would have made him 121 years old, not 108, as Carla tells Sam. See more »


Sam Malone: So, how did your meeting go?
Rebecca Howe: It was very nice. I met the new boss, Mr. Teal. We exchanged pleasantries. You're no longer the co-manager and have been demoted to just bartender.
Sam Malone: Demoted? Just like that? What, the company didn't have the courtesy to give me a phone call?
Carla LeBec: By the way, Sammy, you had a phone call this afternoon. You've been demoted.
Sam Malone: Why didn't you tell me?
Carla LeBec: What do I look like, an answering service for bartenders?
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Executive Sweet (#7.3)
4 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Sam wants to go out with Rebecca but she said she will concentrate on her career and only go out with men who will help her career. The new executive asks her to come over, in the elevator she meets a young man who asks her out but she makes fun of his age only to find out that he is the new executive. She tries to get out of it but at the end goes on a date with him and he also decides to propose.

A pretty good episode. First I am glad Rebecca got her manager position back. I was not happy with the idea of lowering her status before. Hope it sticks.

The scene in the elevator and later in Martin Teal's office was very funny. I don't know if it is just me but Alex Revil really reminded me of Michael Cera, although I am not sure Michael Cera was even born back then. A good character, enjoyed him in this episode.

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