Cheers: The Final Season
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All 28 episodes from the 11th season--including "The Little Match Girl,""Sunday Dinner,""Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey,""Woody Gets an Election," and the three-part series finale "One for the Road"--are collected in a four-disc set. 10 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; TV spots. **28 episodes on 4 discs. 10 3/4 hrs.**
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The feud between Gary's Old Town Tavern and Cheers erupts once again, and Cheers brings in Harry the Hat (Harry Anderson) to help them out. This is the season after Harry Anderson's long-running series "Night Court" ended. Anderson first appeared on Cheers back in season one before Night Court began, and it is great to have him back one last time.
The final episode brings Diane Chambers back to the scene for the first time since she left for six months to write her book back in 1987. She has an interesting explanation of how six months turned into six years. Will she and Sam finally get back together? Seeing Shelley Long's Diane Chambers back on Cheers reassured me of one thing. Although it was the perfect finish to have her as part of the show's conclusion, her decision to leave after five seasons bought the show several seasons that they would not have had otherwise. Diane Chamber's part in the Cheers saga had been played well but it was played out, and Rebecca Howe and her own unique set of eccentricities made a completely different foil for Sam and the Cheers gang.
The story is ended for all but one - Frasier Crane. His character goes on to star in eleven seasons of "Frasier", and results in Frasier tying Marshall Dillon of "Gunsmoke" as the longest running TV characters of all time - 20 years each.
all at once in january when the 11th season is released. i hope they do not do any cuts on the very final episode. just a final note. although the series went downhill a bit after the 9th year, they ended the show very well. Sam alone in the bar realizing how happy and lucky he is, despite never getting married. i thing keeping sam unmarried was the smart thing to do. if he was to marry anyone, it should have been Diane and that would have ended the show after 5 years. i liked the final scene where sam saw someone knocking at the door and he raised his hand, saying
"Sorry, we're closed.
Cheers to Cheers. An everlasting classic