Cheers (1982–1993)
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200th Episode Special 

A panel discussion with the cast of Cheers after their 200th show hosted by John McLaughlin.


Glen Charles (created by), Les Charles (created by) | 6 more credits »


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Episode credited cast:
Ted Danson ... Self / Sam Malone
Kirstie Alley ... Self / Rebecca Howe
Rhea Perlman ... Self / Carla Tortelli
John Ratzenberger ... Self / Cliff Clavin
Woody Harrelson ... Self / Woody Boyd
Kelsey Grammer ... Self / Dr. Frasier Crane
George Wendt ... Self / Norm Peterson
Bebe Neuwirth ... Self / Dr. Lilith Sternin
Roger Rees ... Self / Robin Colcord
John McLaughlin ... Self - Host
Shelley Long ... Self / Diane Chambers
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Allyce Beasley ... Lisa Pantusso (archive footage)
James Burrows ... Self
Glen Charles Glen Charles ... Self
Les Charles Les Charles ... Self


Moderated by John McLaughlin, this one hour special marks the milestone of the 200th episode of the television series, Cheers (1982), the Boston bar where everybody knows your name. In a panel setting, the entire primary cast - with the exception of deceased Nicholas Colasanto, who is remembered by his fellow cast members - discuss their respective characters and their interactions with each other. Additional insight is provided by the remaining panel members, the driving forces behind the series: James Burrows, Glen Charles, Les Charles, Cheri Steinkellner, Bill Steinkellner and Phoef Sutton. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Drama



Did You Know?


According to John McLaughlin, when Cheers aired its pilot, it was ranked the 77th watched show out of 77 shows. By the 199th episode, it was the most watched comedy sitcom on television. See more »


John McLaughlin: Young man, a beer please.
Woody: Hey, you're on Sunday morning TV, aren't you.
John McLaughlin: Indeed.
Woody: Are you, uh, David Brinkley?
John McLaughlin: No.
Woody: Sam Donaldson?
John McLaughlin: Give me a break.
Woody: Oh, aren't you guy who keeps the gorgeous ladies of wrestling from tearing each other's hair out.
John McLaughlin: You could say that.
Woody: [as John McLaughlin takes out his money to pay, Woody says in awe] Oh, man, your money's no good here.
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Alternate Versions

While broadcast as one episode, syndicated reruns and Netflix instant streaming versions broadcast the episode as two parts. See more »


References GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (1986) See more »

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Too Much Material
6 September 2019 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

There is absolutely nothing wrong with this retrospective. It's just that when you have a show that is so over the top funny, a few clips and a couple comments won't do it justice. Most of the selections have become pressed in our memories. I have to say I choke up every time I see the bit where the Coach is talking to his daughter. It was certainly nice to put faces to the names that appear week after week. I wish Phoef Sutton would have had something to say.

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8 November 1990 (USA) See more »

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