Cheers: Season 8, Episode 16

Finally!: Part 2 (1 Feb. 1990)

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Despite being a self-professed womanizer himself, Sam can no longer support Robin's cheating on Rebecca since she is his friend. Sam managed to get Rebecca out of Little Wally's with an ... See full summary »



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Despite being a self-professed womanizer himself, Sam can no longer support Robin's cheating on Rebecca since she is his friend. Sam managed to get Rebecca out of Little Wally's with an exaggerated lie without her spotting Robin with his other date, but he is now regretting doing so, that is until Robin bribes Sam's silence by promising to buy Cheers back for him. Sam ultimately decides to decline the bribe and tell Rebecca the truth. When he does, she doesn't believe him. She thinks he's just jealous. But Rebecca learns the truth when she hides in Robin's limousine to surprise him, when in turn he surprises her when his other date, ballerina Christine Davi, bounds into the limousine. Christine has some morals and dumps Robin right then and there. Perhaps Rebecca has some morals as well, but it's going to take a little while for herself to figure that out. With Christine out of the way, Robin's affections are down to two: Rebecca and a chargé d'affaires at the French consulate. ... Written by Huggo

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You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
Written by Phil Spector, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
Performed by Kirstie Alley, Carol Robbins
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Finally!: Part 2 (#8.16)
10 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Sam makes sure that Rebecca doesn't see Robin with the other woman but is reluctant to keep covering up for him as Rebecca is his friend. Robin then says that he will buy him Cheers so Sam agrees. But he feels bad and tells Rebecca, only she thinks he is just jealous. But a bad surprise awaits her. Only she still stays with Robin hoping him to choose her out of the ones he dates.

A good ending to the story. Well it is not completely an ending as it seems to be just a beginning of the irrational relationship Rebecca has with Robin. Her character is being pretty funny right now and greatly performed. I was just a bit mad at her for saying "Sam was right" in the limo,didn't she think not to tell that Sam told her so he might still get his bar? I guess they needed it because for the show they don't ant Sam to have the bar yet, but still, so selfish. Just like kicking him out in some bad neighborhood in the previous episode.

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