Sam is worried that Diane thinks he only dates dumb women, so he tries to impress her with his latest one.

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The arrival in the bar of Brandee, a stereotypical dumb blonde, gets the tongues wagging of all the male patrons and of course Sam. Sam is annoyed at the fact that Diane doesn't approve of Brandee or Sam's choices of "fun" women in general. Despite this, Sam tries to prove that his choice of women is not restricted solely to the fun, fast woman stereotype. When this fails, Sam and Diane get into an on-going war of words, Diane accusing Sam of being an over-age adolescent, Sam accusing Diane of being a snob. Sam gets the last word in this issue. Meanwhile, Coach tries to fill in as the sage advisor for a former bar patron who's come back looking for Gus, a previous owner of the bar. Written by Huggo

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A former Cheers customer named Leo comes in looking for Gus, the former owner of Cheers. Coach tells Leo he "will makes a few calls", and later informs him that Gus is dead. However, in episode #11.18 Cheers: The Last Picture Show, Gus returns to Cheers and works behind the bar for an evening. This would appear to be a continuity issue, but it easily explainable as Coach's source could simply have been wrong about Gus, or Coach himself could be wrong (as Coach is wont to be). See more »

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Norm Peterson: How's the kids?
Carla Tortelli: Two of 'em are ugly, one's obnoxious, and one's just stupid. He's my favorite.
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Sam's Women (#1.2)
1 April 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Diane sees Sam with the kind of women he always dates and makes fun of him because they are all dumb. He wants to impress her and brings his ex wife to pretend that they had a classical music date, but Diane figures it all out. And coach does some problem listening to guy who comes by looking for a previous owner.

One can already see that Sam and Diane will hook up one day. There is the whole chemistry. Although the story is very common, seen this many times on other shows as well. Yet, it is very funnily done. Many humorous lines, just like "once you had all the sex you wanted what would you do?" "I would help the poor". Made me laugh!


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