Diane Chambers ends up as a waitress at a Boston pub after she's dumped by her fiancee.
Diane's scorn for Sam's choice of women sends him on a quest for an intelligent date.
Sam may lose the bar after hot-headed Carla attacks an obnoxious Yankees fan.
Sam is headed for disappointment when a TV sportscaster (Fred Dryer) interviews him.
Coach isn't impressed with the guy his daughter wants to marry.
Diane becomes upset when Sam hits on an old friend of hers who's on the rebound.
Norm is surprised when he is the only one at his company party in Roman garb.
Diane and Carla decide to bury the hatchet over after work drinks.
Coach and Sam become unlikely romantic rivals for Coach's new neighbor.
Red Sox pitcher Rick Walker falls into a slump and asks his idol Sam for advice.
A shy man who is about to enter the priesthood makes advances toward Diane.
Diane exposes a customer who exaggerates about his alleged World War II spying activities.
Sam is in for a surprise when a sexy TV-commercial agent offers him a contract.
Diane looks to her friends at the bar for comfort when her cat dies.
Carla tricks a man into believing he is the father of her child.
The Cheers regulars fear that the place will become a gay hangout.
Sam and Diane dare each other to find the other's perfect date.
Diane is furious when Sam enters a photo of her in the annual Miss Boston Barmaid contest.
Sam discovers Coach is being ripped off in his daily gin games.
Diane's well-to-do mother will lose her inheritance if Diane isn't married within 24 hours.
Sam becomes jealous when his impressive older brother Derek drops by the bar and charms Diane.
Diane's fascination with Sam's older brother brings their long simmering relationship to a boil.