In the afterglow of their intimate encounter, Rebecca becomes determined to deny that it ever happened, to the gang at the bar, to Robin and to herself.
Sam tries to beat Gary at his own game in a grudge basketball game by recruiting Boston Celtics' star Kevin McHale as a substitute bartender at Cheers.
Sam hires a new bar manager that everyone seems to like, then learns how low Rebecca has sunk in her pursuit of new employment.
Rebecca is secretly very upset when one of Robin's previous lovers goes public claiming to be his current affair.
Cliff gets very hurt and upset when his mother decides that Woody is the son she never had, and Norm gets caught in a window.
Norm nearly has a cow when he hears that the Hungry Heifer is closing down, and mounts an all-out campaign to keep it going, while Rebecca frets over seeing Robin as he works in the street nearby as part of a road gang.
Lilith and Frasier try to cope with the fact that their son needs more care from them while Rebecca and Carla try to figure out how Rebecca can pay Robin a conjugal visit in jail.
Sam initiates a feud with the new owner of Melville's, the restaurant upstairs when snobbish restaurateur John Hill buys the building.
Woody gets a big break when he's cast in a commercial for a new vegetable drink but Cliff just feels broken when the new trivia napkins upstage him.
Woody gets hooked on a home television-shopping channel while Norm and Cliff start a fight between Sam and Frasier.
Kelly returns from Europe with a new French boyfriend and Cliff decides to have his head cryogenically frozen before he dies.
Carla's formidable mother demands on her deathbed that Carla name one of her children "Benito Mussolini".
Sam decides to settle his feud with John Hill by dating the man's daughter and Carla fears that the foosball table is possessed.
Rebecca parties hearty to hide her second thoughts after Robin finally pops the question and Frasier develops a passion for the new sing-along machine.
Rebecca awakens on her wedding morning raring to go, and seems determined to ignore Sam's attempts to remind her of her doubts, and Righteous Brother Bobby Hatfield upstages Frasier.
Rebecca has trouble accepting the fact that she cancelled her wedding with Robin and Frasier translates Dickens' classic prose into Boston vernacular.
On Valentine's Day, Sam winds up laid out due to back trouble on the 20th anniversary of his annual tryst with Lauren.
Rebecca decides on a new goal in life and begins by flattering John Hill in an effort to get his lease for the bar.
Norm develops a rich paranoia and decides to look for another bar when wife Vera gets a job upstairs at Melville's, and Lilith helps the gang celebrate Frasier's birthday.
Rebecca wants to serve Woody's chili in the poolroom despite Sam's heartfelt objections.
Carla faces the hardest task of her life when she tries to be nice to Cliff after learning he's one of the judges for the Miss Boston Barmaid competition.
Sam's old baseball rival shows up to goad Sam into a final round on the mound, but Sam isn't too sure he wants to go.
Lilith grieves over the death of her favorite lab rat while bar support Paul proves an unlikely target for a sexy seduction.
Sam enters a whole new world when he babysits for Frasier and Lilith, and Woody worries about Kelly when she goes to work at Cheers as part of a school project.
When Sam finds it difficult to back away from Frasier's son, he decides to have one of his own-if only he can find the right mommy.