It's the annual St. Patrick's Day battle of sales between Cheers and Gary's Olde Towne Tavern. Not only does Cheers lose the battle of the hi-jinx with an unsuspecting Woody taking the brunt of the battle, Cheers also loses the sales bet. Sam has finally had as much as he can take not only with the loss once again to Gary's but performing the most humiliating task he and the guys have had to endure due to the loss. Sam threatens Gary and decides to pull out one of the biggest guns he knows: Harry the Hat. Sam asks Harry to devise and execute the ultimate plan to beat Gary. Harry refuses. Despite Carla's assertion to take matters into her own hands, Sam finally gives up permanently to Gary. When Sam goes over to Gary's to wave the final white flag, he witnesses in horror what he believes is Carla's master plan. But what he witnesses is part of a deal Gary made with Rutherford Cunningham, who Sam knows better by another name.
Did You Know?
: series writer, makes an uncredited appearance as a bar patron. See more
Demolishing a building in any city, like all construction, requires a permit. It is not possible to complete all the legal requirements and obtain such a permit in only one day, and by the time Gary would have done that, he would have long figured out Harry was a con artist. See more
[Norm and Cliff have just gotten dressed
You know, my underwear's a little tight.
It's funny, mine's a little loose.
[realizing they are wearing each other's underwear, they simultaneously scream
References The Untouchables
Everywhere I Looked Was Death, Death, Death
Performed by Maurice Roëves
& his Irish band See more