Cheers: The Complete Tenth Season from Paramount

Cheers: The Complete Tenth Season from Paramount
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Ted Danson, Kirstie Alley. The next-to-last season of the barfly-centered sitcom rolls out with Sam and Rebecca reluctantly agreeing to consummate their relationship before their biological clocks run out. Other highlights include Frasier's beard and Woody and Kelly's wedding. 25 episodes on 4 DVDs. 1991/color/10 hrs., 2 min/NR/fullscreen.

The tenth year of Cheers is anchored by the story of Sam (Ted Danson) and Rebecca (Kirstie Alley), whose once tempestuous relationship has so sweetened with time that the characters decide to make a baby together. Getting the job done, however, proves a somewhat daunting task as Sam becomes self-conscious about having sex with an actual purpose, and Rebecca can't help him relax. The pursuit of pregnancy has both hilarious and poignant sides, such as a hellish night spent by the would-be parents babysitting the monstrous children of Carla (Rhea Perlman), and later making tough decisions about whether having a child is even a good idea.

Meanwhile, the typically dysfunctional Cheers family carries on. "Get Your Kicks On Route 666" finds Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) steeped in Men's Movement talk about searching for his inner wild man, joining Sam, Norm (George Wendt), and Cliff (John Ratzenberger) on a male-bonding road trip that turns disastrous in a desert. "The Norm Who Came to Dinner" is a wonderful episode in which Norm gets a back injury while painting the apartment of Frasier and Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth). Unable to get off the Cranes' couch, Norm's absence from Sam's bar, Cheers, is so keenly felt that Cheers comes to him, much to Lilith's horror. "Bar Wars V: The Final Judgement" is yet another tale of Sam's rivalry with another bar owner whose talent for playing elaborate practical jokes reaches its apotheosis. "Where Have All the Floorboards Gone?" is a very funny show, this one featuring Boston Celtics star Kevin McHale as a player so obsessed (at Cliff's instigation) with counting the number of bolts in the Boston Garden's floorboards that he can't play the game. "Don't Shoot, I'm Only the Psychiatrist" finds Frasier's low-self-esteem group on a field trip to Cheers, where they seem to find their voice by… ridiculing Frasier. The season culminates in the hour-long "An Old-Fashion Wedding," a hysterical, slapstick farce about the long-awaited wedding of Woody (Woody Harrelson) and his girlfriend Kelly (Jackie Swanson), in which the sudden death of the preacher is the least of multiple disasters. --Tom Keogh

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