Cheers (1982–1993)
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Sunday Dinner 

With new video camera in hand, Cliff, with assistant Norm, is hired by a man named Peter to videotape his parent's fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration to be held at the bar. Half way ... See full summary »

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Shauna
David Froman ...
Dad
Marilyn Rockafellow ...
Mom
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Peter
Toby Scott Ganger ...
Todd (as Toby Ganger)
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Marine
Colin Drake ...
Grandpa
Ruth C. Engel ...
Grandma (as Ruth Engel)
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With new video camera in hand, Cliff, with assistant Norm, is hired by a man named Peter to videotape his parent's fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration to be held at the bar. Half way through the proceedings, the battery in the camera dies and Cliff has no alternate power supply. Rather than tell Peter as Norm would like Cliff to do, Cliff decides to continue "filming" anyway. Beyond Peter's want for the tape after all is said and done, Cliff probably wishes he had filmed the proceedings. Meanwhile, Frasier has a new temporary secretary, twenty-one year old Shauna, who directly and unabashedly hits on Frasier. On Sam's urging, Frasier decides to take Shauna up on her offer of Sunday dinner at her house. Frasier is nervous about what seems like a sure thing with Shauna. The evening doesn't end up quite the way Frasier had imagined. However, Frasier, who is forced to stay until the end of the dinner, ultimately makes the most of his evening. Written by Huggo

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7 January 1993 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The long lost Marine relative is played by Charles Esten, best known for Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998) and Nashville (2012). See more »

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[the bar is empty and closed for the evening. The telephone rings; the answering machine picks up]
Woody Boyd: [voice on answering machine message] Hi. This is Cheers. Well, it isn't actually Cheers. It's Woody Boyd. Cheers is actually the bar, and as such it couldn't be expected to talk.
Sam Malone: [voice on the answering machine message] Woody, start again.
Woody Boyd: [voice on the answering machine message] What? I'm doing fine. Anyway, uh, there's nobody here to take your call right now. Well, actually if you call right now, we...
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Sunday Dinner (#11.12)
3 July 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Frasier has a new young and hot secretary Shauna who is inviting him to dinner to her house. A bit reluctant at first he goes,but it doesn't turned out the way he wanted. She lives with her parents and only invited him because of her old hippie boyfriend who later shows up and leaves with her.

Poor Frasier! But this was pretty funny. Kristen Cloke was a bit bad with acting,I assume it was one of her first jobs,but Frasier was fun as always. Especially his bathroom conversation with Sam and the wig that he bought.

Cliff and Norm with the camera didn't have much in the story but the scenes with the two were still very funny


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