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I'm Okay, You're Defective 

Everyone isn't loving Norm, but rather trying to gross him out. They're trying to see what gross things they can think of that would be so off-putting as to make him stop drinking beer. It ... See full summary »

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Everyone isn't loving Norm, but rather trying to gross him out. They're trying to see what gross things they can think of that would be so off-putting as to make him stop drinking beer. It ends up being a near impossible task, until... Paul isn't feeling the love from the guys. He feels left out of Norm and Cliff's outings. Norm and Cliff try to make it up to him, but Norm and Cliff being Norm and Cliff... Sam isn't feeling the love from Rebecca. After six months of trying to conceive a baby, so far unsuccessfully, Rebecca thinks they should go to a fertility clinic to check themselves out. Sam is squeamish about doing so. Once Rebecca finds out that there is nothing wrong with her, she assumes that Sam is infertile. Still squeamish, Sam finally does end up going to the clinic for tests. But Sam is still so anxious about the results and is bothering Carla so much about it, Carla unilaterally decides to put Sam out of his misery, which ultimately affects Lilith. And Frasier isn't ... Written by Huggo

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The flash-forward ending, set many years in the future, makes this the last "Cheers" episode from the standpoint of chronology. See more »

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Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: That damn bar!
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I'm Okay, You're Defective (#10.11)
25 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Sam and Rebecca still haven't made the baby. She tests her fertility and she is alright so she thinks it is Sam's problem. He is very worried about it but goes to fertility clinic. Meanwhile Lilith makes Frasier work on his will that worries him. And Cliff and Norm try to include Paul more.

I really like Kirstie Alley in this character now. Her craziness about getting pregnant is rather funny I actually want her to get pregnant to see even more of it.

Lilith and her lack of compassion to Frasier in this episode was also very funny, as well as the final scene where old Lilith gets to read in the will that Sam has good sperm count.

And I think Paul is the character that gets the credit for not having Cliff be so abused by everyone. Now we have another one who is always left out while Cliff gets to be cake eating buddies with Norm.


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