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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar 

Robin returns to Cheers, destitute. He has renounced his previous greedy ways, gave away the $6 million he had hidden in Rebecca's desk drawer and has decided to live a life of simple ... See full summary »

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Robin returns to Cheers, destitute. He has renounced his previous greedy ways, gave away the $6 million he had hidden in Rebecca's desk drawer and has decided to live a life of simple poverty. But admittedly, he still has feelings for Rebecca. Rebecca still has feelings for Robin, or at least for the $6 million she thinks he has. She thinks he's just testing her and that he still is rich. In the intervening time, Robin implied to the gang in an indirect way that he has hid another money belt filled with $6 million somewhere in the bar. Sam, Carla, Frasier, Norm and Cliff tear the bar apart, probe Robin and turn on each other trying to find the money belt. They then think that it was burned in the fire. But when they discover that Fire Captain Dobbins on duty the day of the fire is now retired with a sizable sum of money, they assume he stole the money. Written by Huggo

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While Sam, Carla, Frasier, Norm and Cliff are searching for the money belt, the Motown hit "Money (That's What I Want)" by Barrett Strong can be heard. This song would be reused a year and five months later in the family comedy "Getting Even With Dad" while Ted Danson (the title character) is again searching for hidden money. See more »

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Carla Tortelli-LeBec: [about getting someone to do some kidnapping and torture work] Leave this to me, Sammy. I happen to know some people who can handle this kind of thing, no questions asked. It might cost us a little, but they do good work.
[Carla dials the telephone]
Carla Tortelli-LeBec: [into the telephone] Hi. It's Mommy. Wake up your brothers.
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References It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) See more »

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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar (#11.14)
5 July 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Robin is back. He gave away his money and is now living poor life. Rebecca thinking that he just wants to test her love and pretends that she will give everything up as well and will go with him away. Meanwhile in the bar they get the idea that Robin still has a hidden money belt there and start looking,almost destroying the bar and deceiving each other only to find out that Robin is indeed poor.

A pretty great episode. Fun to see them all plotting and trying to get to the money. And maybe it is just me but it was kind of fun to see Frasier and Carla teaming up.

Was also great to Roger Rees again


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