Cheers: Season 8, Episode 20

Fifty-Fifty Carla (8 Mar. 1990)

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Woody's theater group is mounting a production of Hair, and unbeknown to Woody it has a nude scene. Despite everyone in the bar trying to convince him of that fact, he thinks they are all ... See full summary »



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Woody's theater group is mounting a production of Hair, and unbeknown to Woody it has a nude scene. Despite everyone in the bar trying to convince him of that fact, he thinks they are all pulling his leg, that is until he reads it in black and white in the script. He is nervous about it until the director tells him that individuals can decide to take off their clothes or not based on how their mood sways them at the time. Being the professional that he is, Woody wants to be true to the production and wills himself to do it despite how uncomfortable he is. Will he when the time comes? Carla has her own problems. Eddie's will has finally been executed, and while Gloria, his other wife, got $100, Carla got everything else, which unfortunately was only debt. In discussion, Carla and Gloria negotiate splitting the $100, to which they also mutually agree that Carla would give Gloria half of everything that she would have got as well. Carla and Gloria end up being good pals, chumming around ... Written by Huggo

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In the scene where Rebecca comes over to Sam at the bar to ask if he got anything for Woody's opening night, we see Sam talking to a blonde woman wearing a light colored outfit. When Rebecca is walking away the woman at the bar is now a brunette with a dark blue outfit on. See more »


Rebecca Howe: Woody. Are you really doing Hair?
Woody Boyd: Yeah.
Rebecca Howe: How do you feel about doing that nude scene?
Woody Boyd: What are you talking about Miss Howe?
Rebecca Howe: The nude scene. I was in a production of Hair when I was in college. There is this very famous scene where everybody takes off their clothes.
Woody Boyd: Come on, Miss Howe. It's not like I just fell off the turnip truck. That happened years ago. Back then, I might have believed this nude scene business. Actually, I guess I would have believed anything after being dragged three hundred...
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Fifty-Fifty Carla (#8.20)
11 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Carla and Gloria get their inheritance. Gloria gets $100 while Carla gets everything else which ends up being lots of bills. Gloria gives her $50 and says that she is sure Carla would split with her too. And then Carla finds out that she gets $50000 from the insurance and has some moral struggles about her promise to Gloria.

Just in my last review I said I want to see Robin and Frasier in a story, and while we didn't get a story we got a great scene in the beginning with the too reciting Shakespeare! Was great, and a nice comedic ending with Woody doing the buttwalk instead! The main story is pretty good. Carla and Gloria compliment each other well. I actually prefer Carla and Gloria stories than Carla and Eddie.

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