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Cheers - Complete Season 3 [DVD] 
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All 25 episodes from the third series of the 1980s US sitcom based in the bar where everybody knows your name. In the two-parter 'Rebound', Coach (Nicholas Colasanto) asks Diane (Shelley Long) to come back from her self-imposed 'vacation' to help Sam (Ted Danson), who has fallen off the wagon. In 'I Call Your Name', Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) asks Sam for some advice about his relationship with Diane. 'Fairy Tales Can Come True' sees Cliff (John Ratzenberger) meeting an attractive woman at a fancy dress party - but will she like him as much in his own clothes? In 'Sam Turns the Other Cheek', Sam invents a convoluted story to explain how he got shot in the derriére. The two-part story 'Coach in Love' sees Coach's new love interest dumping him immediately after she gets a big lottery win. Diane recieves a death threat from Frasier's mother in 'Diane Meets Mom'. 'An American Family' sees Nick (Dan Hedaya) asking Carla (Rhea Perlman) to divide their marital property more fairly - and that includes their kids. In 'Diane's Allergy', Diane breaks out with mysterious symptoms after moving into Frasier's apartment. In 'Peterson Crusoe', Norm (George Wendt) is feeling a sense of his own mortality, and decides to take off for Bora Bora. 'A Ditch in Time' finds Sam dating one of Diane's friends - but quickly discovering that she is extremely intense. In 'Whodunit?', Frasier is stunned to hear that Carla is dating his distinguished mentor, Dr Ludlow (James Karen). The guys take Frasier snipe-hunting in the forest - and pull a cruel joke on him - in 'The Heart is a Lonely Snipe Hunter'. 'King of the Hill' sees Sam entering a charity softball game against the Playboy Bunnies - but his competitive spirit gets the better of him and he ends up striking them all out. In 'Teacher's Pet', Sam and the Coach are both taking a geography night class - but while Coach studies hard, Sam is more interested in dating the teacher. In 'The Mail Goes to Jail', Norm gets arrested after completing Cliff's mail round for him after he falls ill. In 'Bar Bet', Sam stands to lose his bar after betting an old friend several years before that he would marry Jacqueline Bisset by a certain date. 'Behind Every Great Man' sees Sam having to rethink his chat-up lines after meeting a female reporter who, after doing a piece on the Boston singles scene, has heard every line in the book. In 'If Ever I Would Leave You', Nick is eating humble pie with Carla after Loretta (Jean Kasem) throws him out. In 'The Executive's Executioner', Norm is celebrating a work promotion. In 'Cheerio, Cheers', Sam throws a going-away party for Diane, who is off to Italy with Frasier. In 'The Bartender's Tale', Carla encourages Sam to hire an older woman to take Diane's place behind the bar. 'The Belles of St Clete's' sees Carla organising a school reunion with a difference. In 'Rescue Me', Frasier proposes to Sam in Italy - and she immediately calls Sam in the hope he'll talk her out of it.
Season 3 of Cheers enriched television history in a lot of ways, most notably by introducing Kelsey Grammer as psychiatrist Frasier Crane while also bidding an off-screen farewell to Nicholas Colasanto, the actor who played Coach. Grammer's beloved character, who remained on NBC for 20 unbroken years (including the long-running Frasier), is ushered into the Cheers family when he meets barmaid Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) in a very funny, Emmy-nominated episode suggesting the neurotic course of their future romance. Meanwhile, Sam (Ted Danson), having fallen off the wagon due to his own tempestuous love affair with Diane, has to endure Frasier's questions about how to be intimate with the brainy babe. Elsewhere in Cheers' sardonic community, Cliff (John Ratzenberger), in a sweet but barbed episode, meets a woman (Bernadette Birkett) at a costume party and is afraid of re-introducing himself later. Norm (George Wendt) becomes aware of his mortality and decides to move to Bora Bora, and Sam (in another Emmy-nominated show) has to explain how he got shot in his posterior. Other good things: "The Heart Is a Lonely Snipe Hunter," in which the men of Cheers cruelly initiate Frasier in the manly art of snipe-hunting, and "Bar Bet," starring Jacqueline Bisset as a woman Sam must marry before a certain date or lose the bar forever. --Tom Keogh
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Frasier's (Kelsey Grammer) inclusion gives a different spin on the already very funny and quite parculiar relationship between Ted Danson's Sam and Shelley Long's Diane. But rather than hurting its television appeal, it makes it stronger. Of course there are the usual laughs from Coach, Carla and of course Norm and Cliff all facing the trials and tribulations of life at Cheers. Of course the third series was tragically Nicholas Colasanto's last due to his sad death after the filming of the episode "Cheerio, Cheers". But the Coach went out on top form as ever, with "Teacher's Pet" one of his highlights.
If your already a Cheers fan there is no excuse for you not to buy another series of this wonderful comedy. If your yet to be blessed by its wonderful characters, humour and heart then do take the time to be so.
I don't think that it's impact at that time can be easily appreciated by watching one episode after another.
My friends and I used to ache for Friday's to come around to get another fix.
This collection of DVD's brings back some marvellous memories. But the acting and storylines are as strong as ever. Even with the coach so very ill and appearing for the last time.
In an era of relentless vile comedy this collection is a breath of fresh air.
The lack of extras is again slightly irritating. The picture quality is quite good and is better than it was when it was originally aired on C4.
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What's not to like about Cheers. Very happy with the purchase.Published 12 months ago by happy shopper
My fav. American comedy series. Real characters and all brilliantly played.Published 15 months ago by Ronnie