Cheers: Season 11, Episode 17

The Bar Manager, the Shrink, His Wife and Her Lover (18 Feb. 1993)

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It was Lilith that walked in on Frasier and Rebecca as they were about to make love for the first time. All three are shocked at their situation and Lilith, the most confused, runs off to ... See full summary »

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It was Lilith that walked in on Frasier and Rebecca as they were about to make love for the first time. All three are shocked at their situation and Lilith, the most confused, runs off to Cheers to get some answers from Sam as to what's been going on with her husband. Sam and the gang at the bar are as equally shocked by Lilith's news as Lilith was to see it. However it's not quite as simple for Frasier, who refuses to take Lilith back as easily as she wants. There is still the issue of the Dear John letter she wrote him. Apparently the letter was written by Dr. Pascal in an attempt to solidify his relationship with Lilith. Dr. Pascal thinks that he will have some say in what happens between himself and Lilith and between Frasier and Lilith. And as the fourth party, Rebecca will also have a say in what happens between herself and Frasier and between Lilith and Frasier. Written by Huggo

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Sam Malone: Did you hear that everybody? Frasier and Lilith are back together again. Oh, that makes me so happy. Here, free drinks on the house.
[Sam pours a mug of beer and hands it to an excited Norm]
Dr. Frasier Crane: Just a minute, Sam. I haven't taken her back.
Woody Boyd: [as he grabs the beer from Norm's hands] Ah, sorry, Mr. Peterson.
Norm Peterson: [to Frasier and Lilith] Wait, wait, come on now, now... You two kids belong together. Come on.
Dr. Frasier Crane: The unmitigated gall. You think you can walk back into my life and patch it up again as quickly as you ...
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The Bar Manager, the Shrink, His Wife and Her Lover (#11.17)
12 July 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

After walking in on Frasier and Rebecca Lilith goes to Cheers to question them on how long has it been going on between Rebecca and Frasier. She then tells Frasier that she made a mistake and wants him back, but Frasier doesn't want to. Also Pascal shows up and holds them hostage to have Lilith go back with him to the Eco-pot. Turns out that he is crazy and it was actually him who wrote Frasier the letter asking for divorce. Still at the end Frasier doesn't return to Lilith.

So many great scenes. All involving Lilith. Her character is absolutely great and it is especially sad to see such a great couple break up. Especially when we know that Lilith didn't even ask for the divorce. But we know that they can't be together now that the show is almost over. I mainly take points off for the hostage scene. Those are way over used on TV and not even too funny. Other than that the episode is almost perfect.


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