Cheers: Season 4, Episode 13

Take My Shirt... Please? (9 Jan. 1986)

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Sam donates his old Red Sox jersey for a public television auction, but is humiliated when nobody bids on it.

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Norm brings prospective new clients into the bar, and pleads with especially Cliff to help his cause in landing the job by not shooting off his mouth. Norm changes his mind after he meets the clients, the Brubakers, and finds out a little about their background. Meanwhile, Diane is off to a public television station auction, which spurs Sam into donating one of his old baseball jerseys. He is doing it in part to help the cause, but also to relive some of his former glory as a local celebrity. The jersey doesn't seem to be a public draw, and thus may be relegated to Mr. Bobo's table: Mr. Bobo is a chimpanzee who draws viewer's names to which to give the items that don't sell. That fate is worth than death for Sam. As time goes on, the jersey sells and returns based on someone close to Sam doing him a favor by buying the jersey, then returning it after the ruse is discovered by Sam, who wants it to sell legitimately. Although the jersey doesn't end up on Mr. Bobo's table, the experience... Written by Huggo

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Sam's Red Sox jersey number is revealed to be #16. In real life, Rick Miller wore #16 for the Red Sox during the years Sam's fiction baseball career took place. See more »

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Sam Malone: [about public television] It's my favorite station.
Diane Chambers: It is?
Sam Malone: Yeah, yeah. I especially like those two guys that talk about the day's events.
Diane Chambers: MacNeil/Lehrer?
Sam Malone: Ah, no no, ah, Bert and Ernie. No, maybe that's their last names.
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Take My Shirt... Please? (#4.13)
14 May 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Diane volunteers for a charity auction on TV and Sam donates his old Jersey. As nobody wants to be on it Diane does a bet. Sam finds out and wants it to go back. Then he loses his nerves and buys the Jersey. Then he gives it back. He catches people from the bar collecting money to place a bet. And then somebody else makes a bet so he invites them over to the bar to sign it, but turns out the guy isn't even a baseball fan and was just tired to see it on TV.

Yes, one sure feels bad for Sam in this one. Although, should one? So many people cared for him to place the bet just to make him feel better (Diane, Carla, Woody etc), this is even better than fans from an ended career.

Norms' interview was an amusing addition to the show as well.


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