Cheers  Cheers TV Series


I for one find a few of the skits extremely funny and have enjoyed aspects of the show as I love dear Shelley Long most particularly in this show I can truly say!

That said, I cannot for the life of me understand some of the scripting in an episode or
two when Sam speaks in an extremely rude and seeming playful at times, but in any
event rather crudely threatening manner as if to blow of steam or make some points for those who could stand to see someone of Diane's spirit spoken to this way, or ever slapped repeatedly across the face in playful fashion no doubt in a scene where the two exchange the gesture I submit. I was raised to NEVER fathom such horseplay, let alone actually seem to make it seem real in some respect - god forbid!

This is a great series for those who appreciate warm human beauty as depicted
very nicely here inmost special manner by Shelley Long, with a supportive
cast along the way, despite the ending scene in which she returns to marry
former Bar Owner Sam Malone (Ted Danson) only to find her old crowd of friends
having developed other loyalties it would appear in their ideas of "the ideal
couple" no doubt - given changing times.

Michael Rizzo Chessman
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