Rebecca discovers that it is the bar's 100th anniversary and plans a centennial type celebration, which is to include the Mayor of Boston, Raymond L. Flynn. The festivities don't end up being what she anticipates. First, she is the only one to dress in gay nineties costume. Second, the Mayor's office apprehends the ever over ambitious American, Cliff Clavin. Third, Mr. Weaver, a 106 year old man who Rebecca finds that lived in the neighborhood when the bar opened and who she invites to the festivities as a special guest, is a lecherous dirty old man hitting on all the women in the bar. Fourth, the barbershop quartet that Rebecca hires annoys all the bar regulars, especially Sam. And fifth, the two week overdue Lilith goes into labor. At the hospital, Lilith finds out that it is false labor. As Lilith has to wait yet a little longer for junior Crane to arrive, Frasier, with Sam in tow, volunteers to assist another patient in the hospital, not realizing that there's another patient who ... Written by
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[reading a newspaper article
"100 years ago today, a new tavern opened at 112-1/2 Beacon Street."
Wait, wait, a mailman never forgets an address, now. Why is 112-1/2 Beacon Street sending a message to my brain?
Probably because you're sitting on it.
Carla, I hate it when you make those sitting on my brain jokes.
Cliffy, she meant 112-1/2 Beacon Street. That's Cheers' address. You're sitting here.
No, I was making a Cliff sitting on his brain joke.
See, I told you. Thank you, Carla.
Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie
Music by Harry von Tilzer
Lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling
Performed by Douglas Anderson
, James Kline
, Peter Neushul
& John Sherburn See more