Cheers

Cheers

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Cheers is an American situation comedy television series that ran eleven seasons from 1982 to 1993. It was produced by Charles-Burrows-Charles Productions in association with Paramount Television for NBC, having been created by the team of James Burrows, Glen Charles, and Les Charles. The show is set in the Cheers bar (named for the toast "Cheers") in Boston, Massachusetts, where a group of locals meet to drink and have fun.

Pop Culture Connections - Outgoing

It plays these songs...

Theme from Cheers (Where Everybody Knows Your Name)
performed by Gary Portnoy

This Song is played in Cheers
"Where Everybody Knows Your Name" is the theme song to the television series "Cheers".

Pop Culture Connections - Incoming

It is referred to by these television episodes...

Community:
Season:  1  / Episode:  5 
Advanced Criminal Law

This Television Episode refers to Cheers

The Simpsons:
Season:  20  / Episode:  21 
Coming to Homerica

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
In the opening couch sequence, the Simpson family is transformed into the cast of the television series 'Cheers'.

The Office:
Season:  3  / Episode:  6 
Diwali

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Andy tells Jim that he and Karen have a "Roller-coastery friendship. Hot. Cold. On again. Off again. Sexual tension filled type of deal. It's very Sam and Diane."

30 Rock:
Season:  6  / Episode:  3 
Idiots Are People Three!

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
At the end of Kelsey Grammer's one-man play about Abraham Lincoln, he closes by saying "I know someday, America will be a place where everyone knows your name." a reference to the television show 'Cheers' on which Kelsey Grammer was one of the stars.

30 Rock:
Season:  5  / Episode:  3 
Let's Stay Together

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Kenneth performs a song to get an edge on being accepted to the NBC Page Program, and in his song, he names several popular NBC shows, 'Cheers' being one of the shows mentioned.

Happy Endings:
Season:  2  / Episode:  6 
Lying Around

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
After being set up with Liam, one of Penny's "extras", Alex tells Liam during their romantic dinner date that the only French she learned was from the time she was a model in France where she spent her time lying in bed, watching 'Cheers' re-runs in French.

30 Rock:
Season:  6  / Episode:  17 
Meet the Woggels!

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
At the end of the episode, it is said that perhaps Jack and Liz should get together next season, because it worked on 'Cheers' and 'Moonlighting'.

Community:
Season:  1  / Episode:  23 
Modern Warfare

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Shirley says that Jeff and Britta are not like Ross and Rachel, but more like Sam and Diane.

The Simpsons:
Season:  23  / Episode:  12 
Moe Goes From Rags To Riches

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
One of the scenes from the couch gag shows the family in the Cheers bar. When Sideshow Bob (voiced by Kelsey Grammer who played Fraiser on Cheers) comes in, they run away.

New Girl:
Season:  2  / Episode:  4 
Neighbors

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Jess tells the guys that she can do impressions from any 80s sitcom. She proves this by saying "I'm Frasier Crane.".

Parenthood:
Season:  2  / Episode:  18 
Qualities and Difficulties

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Sarah interviews for the manager position at the bar/restaurant, and mentions the TV series "Cheers", saying Sam, the bartender/manager had a great job.

30 Rock:
Season:  2  / Episode:  4 
Rosemary's Baby

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Jenna quizzes Kenneth on NBC trivia asking questions about various NBC shows, (The Cosby Show, Miami Vice, Cheers and Highway to Heaven), trying to prepare him for the Page-Off.

How I Met Your Mother:
Season:  2  / Episode:  7 
Swarley

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
At the end of the episode, Barney enters the bar to shouts of "Swarley!", a reference to the television series 'Cheers' and the character 'Norm', who, upon entering the bar, all the patrons would shout his name as a greeting.

How I Met Your Mother:
Season:  7  / Episode:  13 
Tailgate

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Barney and Ted's dream of owning their own bar comes true - briefly on New Year's Eve 2011. They open a bar in Ted's apartment, calling it Puzzles. Puzzles is reminiscent of the bar from the television series 'Cheers', with the logo font and the theme song bearing close resemblance to that of Cheers.

The Simpsons:
Season:  21  / Episode:  22 
The Bob Next Door

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Marge and Homer tell Bart that a lot of people have voices like Sideshow Bob's, such as "Frasier on Cheers, Frasier on Frasier, and Lt. Cmdr. Tom Dodge in Down Periscope."

Yes, Dear:
Season:  5  / Episode:  7 
The New Neighbors

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Margaret (Shelley Long, who played Diane on "Cheers"), the potential new neighbor, hands Greg a beer, telling him she used to work in a bar

30 Rock:
Season:  6  / Episode:  8 
The Tuxedo Begins

This Television Episode refers to Cheers
Kenneth refers to something as a "Sam and Diane thing", and everyone thinks he's talking about characters from Cheers, but then he says that they were two lesbians from his building who killed themselves.

It is referred to by these television commercials...

AT&T and DirecTV Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to Cheers

CNN Commercial for The Eighties

This Television Commercial refers to Cheers

Jenny Craig Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to Cheers
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NFL Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to Cheers
Norm is shown entering getting his traditional greeting at Cheers.
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Radio Shack Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to Cheers
Cliff Clavin (John Ratzenberger) from the 1980s television series, 'Cheers' makes an appearance in this commercial for Radio Shack.
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It spun-off these television series...

The Tortellis

This Television Series is a spin-off of Cheers
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It is referred to by these books...

V is for Vengeance
written by

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This Book refers to Cheers
After Kinsey asks Marvin how he met Audrey, he explains that they met in a local bar; a "Cheers" type of place (page 122).

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Season:  1  / Episode:  8 
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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit:
Season:  3  / Episode:  9 
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