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Happy Birthday and Cheers to Shelley Long!
Still the very best of the best!

Happy Birthday and Cheers to Shelley Long!

Still the very best of the best!

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From writer Ken Levine’s blog, which you really should read and follow.  Ken is Cheers truth.
So anyway, the Sam/Diane ending sucked, but not because there was any bad blood.  :)  Thank you, Ken!!!

From writer Ken Levine’s blog, which you really should read and follow.  Ken is Cheers truth.

So anyway, the Sam/Diane ending sucked, but not because there was any bad blood.  :)  Thank you, Ken!!!

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K, so this made me smile ‘til my face hurt.

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shelleyalldaylong:

Shelley wins the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 1983.

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— Cheers, Rescue Me

Cheers, Rescue Me

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— Cheers, Executive’s Executioner Hines

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"I’m not competitive.  I’m intense."

— Diane Chambers, CheersKing of the Hill

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Sam And Diane Day!

girlsareprettyforever:

Your 6-year-old daughter just watched the episode where Diane calls off the wedding and leaves the bar. Now she’s trashing her bedroom and threatening to set fire to the whole house.

“Sweetie,” you plead with her through her door. “Please, just calm down and think about it. They were polar…

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"Well, last I saw, you and Diane were here alone.  D’ja give her a goodbye boink?"

— Carla Tortelli, Cheers, Cheerio, Cheers

"He invented the word boink.  Which came from Sam and Diane were boinking, and they were looking for a euphemism for that, and David thought of the word boink.  It has since entered the lexicon, which actually, I spoke about that at his memorial service, as part of his legacy."

— Archive of American Television Interview with Cheers writer/producer David Lee, in which Lee discusses Cheers writer/producer David Angell, July 9, 2010.

"Well, last I saw, you and Diane were here alone.  D’ja give her a goodbye boink?"

— Carla Tortelli, Cheers, Cheerio, Cheers

"He invented the word boink.  Which came from Sam and Diane were boinking, and they were looking for a euphemism for that, and David thought of the word boink.  It has since entered the lexicon, which actually, I spoke about that at his memorial service, as part of his legacy."

— Archive of American Television Interview with Cheers writer/producer David Lee, in which Lee discusses Cheers writer/producer David Angell, July 9, 2010.

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"I think Shelley, in those early years— well actually, her whole stay on the show— I’d be hard-pressed to think of a more gifted comedic actress on television.  She rode a thin line between caricature and a real person, and rode it perfectly.  I never believed that she wasn’t that character… that she was just playing a part.  I believed that that was an actual human being there.  And man, she could wring a joke out of a straight line.  She could get a laugh out of a glance.  She was a joy to work with.  And smart.  Smart.”  

— Archive of American Television Interview with Cheers writer/producer David Lee, July 9, 2010.

"I think Shelley, in those early years— well actually, her whole stay on the show— I’d be hard-pressed to think of a more gifted comedic actress on television.  She rode a thin line between caricature and a real person, and rode it perfectly.  I never believed that she wasn’t that character… that she was just playing a part.  I believed that that was an actual human being there.  And man, she could wring a joke out of a straight line.  She could get a laugh out of a glance.  She was a joy to work with.  And smart.  Smart.”  

— Archive of American Television Interview with Cheers writer/producer David Lee, July 9, 2010.

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Cheers, Power Play

A belated Saturday Night Scene (queue misfire) for your enjoyment.

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chambersandmalone:

Carpe diem.

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Carpe diem.

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— Cheers, Someday My Prince Will Come