Sam and Rebecca are preparing for the grand reopening of Cheers. One of Rebecca's last tasks is to deal with the telephone repairman, a Lothario called Bernard who mistakenly thinks he's God's gift to women. Bernard has a belief system about every woman, including Rebecca, who turns down his advances. In the intervening time, Woody has been on his honeymoon with Kelly, although honeymoon is not quite what they would call it as they fought the entire time regarding their religious differences which they see as a major obstacle in having a meaningful and successful marriage. Woody is Lutheran Church of Missouri Synod whereas Kelly is Lutheran Church of America. The Drs. Crane suggest group counseling, in which Lilith and Frasier highlight their own on the most part successful marriage despite their differing religious backgrounds. But it's Frasier's simple advice to Woody that may at least partly solve Woody's problem. Carla has been making ends meet working at a chain bar called Mr. ...
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Julia Montgomery (I), as a waitperson named Ellen, does a dead-on impersonation of Diane Chambers, the waitperson originally played by Shelley Long. See more
Photographs, sports trophies and other irreplaceable bric-a-brac were destroyed when fire gutted Cheers in the previous episode. All that bric-a-brac is back on the walls now that Cheers has reopened. See more
I love you, Kelly - that's why I'm now a member of the Lutheran Evangelical Church of America. Just like you.
Oh, Woody! You saved our marriage... What a wonderful sacrifice! Now when we die and go to heaven, we won't be separated by barbed wire and barking dogs... What was it exactly that saved you, Woody?
Something Dr. Crane said.
...That thing about how true love can overcome all differences?
Not exactly. He took me aside and said that I'd better get used to giving into you on every point ...