Nov. 23, 1990: 'Cheers' director and stars reflect on character Sam Malone

Director James Burrows and actors Kirstie Alley and Ted Danson discuss Sam's significance on the show.
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Transcript for Nov. 23, 1990: 'Cheers' director and stars reflect on character Sam Malone
Every woman who walked into a room wants to go to bed with. I mean that's and Sam's mind and that furthest thing from Teddy I think I took him to his first fateful. And he. He really had no conception of what a jock was what Sam Malone wise you know as having a baseball. I think you know a little bit about basketball. She. In very. Arnold chauvinistic about wearing the similarity to his character though it is the charm. Very turn you are sexy by definition. Not who you are despite definition once a week you get concerned about. Sex of people and be thought of sexy Kirk. So it's little perk of life. Ted in the morning when it comes it looks a lot like Quasimodo. But those poor but lives. Make up their hair and this becomes a good looking guy is does the show need him to survive. Yeah. I would say we do you know. We want daddy you need to send. Us.

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