Cheers was one of the best sitcoms of the 80s. It was funny, entertaining, and timeless. My favorite characters are Norm, Diane, and Carla because each was unique and very funny in their own ways.
Here's all the episodes you'll get with Cheers - The Complete Fifth Season:
The Proposal (September 25, 1986)
We find out that Sam's telephone proposal was to Diane. But Diane feels that skirt-chaser Sam is just on the rebound.
The Cape Cad (October 2, 1986)
Diane goes to Cape Cod only to meddle and cause trouble during Sam's weekend with another women.
Money Dearest (October 9, 1986)
Cliff couldn't be happier when he finds out that his mom is going to marry a rich man. But he sings a different turn when Esther's fiance decides to donate all of his wealth.
Abnormal Psychology (October 16, 1986)
Diane assists Lilith so that Frasier will find her more appealing.
House of Horrors With Formal Dining and Used Brick (October 30, 1986)
Cliff helps Carla find a new home which is within her budget. But, the house is haunted! The Cheers gang learn that Carla is scarier than any haunted house.
Tan N' Wash (November 6, 1986)
Norm starts a new business, the Tan N' Wash, which the gang wants to invest it. But the investment is a washout.
Young Dr. Weinstein (November 13, 1986)
Stung by Diane's cold behavior, Sam tries to impress her by getting reservations at the most exclusive spot in Boston.
Knights of the Scimitar (November 27, 1986)
Cliff prods a reluctant Norm to join the lodge and Sam thinks Diane has invented a suitor to gain his interest and get some extra attention.
Thanksgiving Orphans (November 27, 1986)
The Cheers crew all gathers around Carla's table for frozen turkey and wisecracks.
Everyone Imitates Art (December 4, 1986)
Diane becomes obsessed with tracking down a poem that she is certain that Sam stole.
The Book of Samuel (December 11, 1986)
Woody delves into Sam's black book to find a date to impress his former girl friend, who is coming to Cheers to introduce her fiancé.
Dance, Diane, Dance (December 18, 1986)
Diane foolishly decides to audition for the Boston ballet even though she has no dancing talent.
Chambers vs Malone (January 8, 1987)
Again, Same proposes to Diane and ends up arrested when she turns him down.
Diamond Sam (January 15, 1987)
Sam feels bad for buying Diane an imitation ring.
Spellbound (January 22, 1987)
Nick vows to steal Diane away from Sam when Sam defends Loretta's efforts to ditch Nick and start her own career as a singer. This episode aired before the pilot of "The Tortellis" with Dan Hedaya (as Nick Tortelli).
Never Love a Goalie (1) (January 29, 1987)
Carla falls in love with Eddie LeBec, a hockey player. Diane is the holdout juror on a murder trial.
Never Love a Goalie (2) (February 5, 1987)
Eddie's career cools down after he starts seeing Carla. The murder defendant pays a visit to Diane at Cheers.
One Last Fling (February 12, 1987)
Diane allows Sam 24 hours for a final fling before their marriage ceremony.
Dog Bites Cliff (February 19, 1987)
Cliff sees dollar signs after a dog bites him while delivering the mail, until he meets the dog's beautiful and very friendly owner.
Dinner at Eight-ish (February 26, 1987)
Frasier and Lilith invite Sam and Diane over for dinner to celebrate their first week of living together.
Simon Says (March 5, 1987)
Diane pesters a noted British marriage counselor into seeing her and Sam for a prenuptial session, then refuses to heed his advice.
The Godfather, Part III (March 19, 1987)
Sam's goddaughter Joyce Pantusso (the late Coach's niece) comes for a visit. Sam asks Woody to show her around town. They hit it off, and Woody and Joyce have a surprise for Sam when they get engaged!
Norm's First Hurrah (March 26, 1987)
Norm elaborates on his new position with a top CPA firm and is caught in his little white lies when the Cheers gang decides to surprise him at his new job.
Cheers: the Motion Picture (April 2, 1987)
The gang tries to reassure a nervous Mr. and Mrs. Boyd back in Indiana that Woody is all right and has wonderful friends in Boston by making a home movie of an average day at Cheers.
A House is Not a Home (April 30, 1987)
Diane is haunted by the memories of the couple who lived a long and happy life together in the home she and Sam have purchased. These people haven't passed away, they are incurable pests who keep dropping in.
I Do and Adieu (May 7, 1987)
Diane goes off with Sumner Sloane (the man that left her at Cheers in the pilot) because he comes back and states that a publisher is interested in one of her manuscripts.