It's the cosy little Boston bar where everybody knows your name raise a glass to Cheers - the Emmy Award winning smash-hit television series that kept the laughs uncorked for 11 seasons. In Cheers: The Final Season, it's finally last call, as the milestone comedy ends its historic run with Sam (Ted Danson) rebuilding the bar after Rebecca (Kirstie Alley) sets it on fire.
Meanwhile, Norm (George Wendt) gets audited, Cliff (John Ratzenberger) gets promoted, and Lillith leaves Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) in order to live in a biosphere. And as Woody (Woody Harrelson) runs for city council and Carla (Rhea Perlman) sees her daughter get married, Sam invites Diane Chambers back to Boston, then pretends he's married to Rebecca! The uproarious sitcom goes out with a bang, with a 28 episode set. A toast to Cheers and many happy returns!
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For anyone who followed the on-going adventures of the gang at Cheers, it was inevitable the series would have to end, although Cheers - Season 11 was perhaps a good point to lay this series to rest. Presumably the cast were all eager to not become too type cast. Although the writing remained witty, it seemed as if it had run its course, and although perhaps not as immediately engaging as the first few seasons, this stands up well. The final episode feels poignant and was a satisfactory way of drawing everything to a close. If you enjoyed the previous series you will enjoy this. All good things come to an end.
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