Cheers: Season 10, Episode 6

Unplanned Parenthood (24 Oct. 1991)

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Everyone at the bar is questioning Sam and Rebecca's want to have a baby. Some are dismayed that they have decided to take this measure out of wedlock, while others doubt the ultimate ... See full summary »

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Everyone at the bar is questioning Sam and Rebecca's want to have a baby. Some are dismayed that they have decided to take this measure out of wedlock, while others doubt the ultimate parenting skills that either Sam or Rebecca possess, or as is the case may be don't possess. To address the latter, Lilith suggests that Sam and Rebecca should have an evening alone babysitting someone else's child. Without Frederick available for the job, Rebecca decides she and Sam should give themselves the ultimate test: looking after Carla's seven kids (the eldest Anthony, won't be around as he's serving time) for one evening. Carla is all for the idea if only to have an evening away from her unruly mob. But what will Sam and Rebecca think about having a child after this evening is over? Meanwhile, Woody wants his parents to meet Kelly. Since he doesn't have the money for Kelly and him to take a trip back to Hanover, he decides on the next best thing: to make and send to them a videotape of Kelly ... Written by Huggo

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Unplanned Parenthood (#10.6)
24 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

To test how ready they are for parenthood Rebecca and Sam get to take care of Carla's kids for a night. Even though it is not easy they can make it. And Woody wants to send his parents a tape introducing Kelly but that task becomes much less simple and fun when Cliff becomes the director.

Oh no, taking care of Carla's kids would be something I would be scared of. I feel they could have done so much more about it in this episode. Too bad they didn't go far. Was fun to see Leah Remini so young as Carla's daughter.

Loved the whole video tape story. Cliff is such a character in it, making Woody cry with guilt and making Kelly feel bad, just got to love him.


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