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The Big Kiss-Off 

Sam and Woody make a bet that they can kiss Rebecca before midnight.

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Sam out to prove that he is STILL hot and Woody out to prove that he IS hot compete to see which one of them can kiss Rebecca first before midnight. While Woody asks Rebecca to help him rehearse a romantic scene Sam comes into the bar in Uniform because he has inlisted. Rebecca becomes suspicious over what's going on asks Carla who is happy to do something that will embarrase both Sam and Woody tells Rebecca who decides to set up the guys and in the end they both get a liplock, from each other. Written by Dagny

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28 April 1988 (USA)  »

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The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production. See more »

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Carla LeBec: [about Sam and Woody] They got a bet. They want to see who can kiss you by the end of the shift tonight.
Rebecca Howe: Why would they do such an asinine, juvenile thing?
Carla LeBec: Look at the contestants.
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Oh, Golly...
29 April 2011 | by (New York, NY USA) – See all my reviews

"When was the last time someone actually struck you?"

This is a wonderfully fun, sublimely silly episode. Sam and Woody compete to see which of them can get a kiss from Rebecca before the clock strikes midnight. The escalating stupidity of their attempts is hilarious, and Sam showing up in the Army uniform is the perfect over-the-top Season Six sight gag. Definitely one of the season's best, and even the usually-loathsome Carla is hilarious.

You can almost pinpoint this episode as the moment where Cheers went from a romance-based comedy to a clubhouse for idiots. Just wonderful.

GRADE: A


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