List of Cheers episodes

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Cheers originally aired on NBC from September 30, 1982 to May 20, 1993. Over the series run, 275 original episodes aired, an average of 25 episodes per season. In the early 1990s, 20 volumes of VHS cassettes were released; each had three half-hour episodes.[1] The whole series is currently available on DVD; each is divided into a season.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired Nielsen ratings DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Rank Rating Share Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 22 September 30, 1982 March 31, 1983 #74[2] 7.16 5.49 May 20, 2003 November 24, 2003 January 15, 2004
2 22 September 29, 1983 May 10, 1984 #35[2] 16.03 13.21 January 6, 2004 June 7, 2004 May 6, 2004
3 25 September 27, 1984 May 9, 1985 #12 19.7 16.72 May 25, 2004 September 6, 2004 September 9, 2004
4 26 September 26, 1985 May 15, 1986 #5 23.7 20.35 February 1, 2005 July 18, 2005 July 21, 2005
5 26 September 25, 1986 May 7, 1987 #3 27.2 23.77 May 17, 2005 November 27, 2006 January 11, 2007
6 25 September 24, 1987 May 5, 1988 #3 23.4 20.73 September 13, 2005 May 14, 2007 May 3, 2007
7 22 October 27, 1988 May 4, 1989 #4 22.3 20.15 November 15, 2005 May 18, 2009[3] April 27, 2009
8 26 September 21, 1989 May 3, 1990 #3 22.7 20.90 June 13, 2006 August 6, 2012[4] April 27, 2009
9 27 September 20, 1990 May 2, 1991 #1 21.3 19.83 April 29, 2008 August 6, 2012[5] April 27, 2009
10 26 September 19, 1991 May 14, 1992 #4 17.5 16.11 September 2, 2008 September 3, 2012[6] April 27, 2009
11 28 September 24, 1992 May 20, 1993 #8 16.1 14.89 January 27, 2009[7] September 3, 2012[8] April 27, 2009

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (1982–83)[edit]

Main article: Cheers (season 1)
No. No. in
season
Title[9] Directed by[9] Written by[9] Original air date[9] Rating / rank
1 1 "Give Me a Ring Sometime" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles September 30, 1982 (1982-09-30) 9.6 / #60[rat1 1]
2 2 "Sam's Women" James Burrows Earl Pomerantz October 7, 1982 (1982-10-07) 14.7 / #49[rat1 2]
/ 19 share[rat1 3]
3 3 "The Tortelli Tort" James Burrows Tom Reeder October 14, 1982 (1982-10-14) 11.1 / #63[rat1 4]
4 4 "Sam at Eleven" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles October 21, 1982 (1982-10-21) 11.1 / #62[rat1 5]
5 5 "Coach's Daughter" James Burrows Ken Estin October 28, 1982 (1982-10-28) 11.0 / #66[rat1 6]
6 6 "Any Friend of Diane's" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 4, 1982 (1982-11-04) 12.4 / #62[rat1 7]
7 7 "Friends, Romans, Accountants" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 11, 1982 (1982-11-11) 13.6 / #50[rat1 8]
8 8 "Truce or Consequences" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 18, 1982 (1982-11-18) 11.9 / #63[rat1 9]
9 9 "Coach Returns to Action" James Burrows Earl Pomerantz November 25, 1982 (1982-11-25) 10.0 / #69[rat1 10]
10 10 "Endless Slumper" James Burrows Sam Simon December 2, 1982 (1982-12-02) 12.7 / #57[rat1 11]
11 11 "One for the Book" James Burrows Katherine Green December 9, 1982 (1982-12-09) 12.4 / #60[rat1 12]
12 12 "The Spy Who Came In for a Cold One" James Burrows David Lloyd December 16, 1982 (1982-12-16) 12.1 / #64[rat1 13]
13 13 "Now Pitching, Sam Malone" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs January 6, 1983 (1983-01-06) 14.8 / #56[rat1 14]
14 14 "Let Me Count the Ways" James Burrows Heide Perlman January 13, 1983 (1983-01-13) 12.9 / #61[rat1 15]
15 15 "Father Knows Last" James Burrows Heide Perlman January 20, 1983 (1983-01-20) 14.9 / #46[rat1 16]
16 16 "The Boys in the Bar" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs January 27, 1983 (1983-01-27) 14.9 / #41[rat1 17]
17 17 "Diane's Perfect Date" James Burrows David Lloyd February 10, 1983 (1983-02-10) 13.3 / #45[rat1 18]
18 18 "No Contest" James Burrows Heide Perlman February 17, 1983 (1983-02-17) 15.9 / #49[rat1 19]
19 19 "Pick a Con... Any Con" James Burrows David Angell February 24, 1983 (1983-02-24) 13.1 / #58[rat1 20]
20 20 "Someone Single, Someone Blue" James Burrows David Angell March 3, 1983 (1983-03-03) 14.7 / #43[rat1 21]
21 21 "Showdown, Part 1" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles March 24, 1983 (1983-03-24) 13.6 / #51[rat1 22]
22 22 "Showdown, Part 2" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles March 31, 1983 (1983-03-31) 14.7 / #36[rat1 23]
Specials
No. Title Written by Original air date
S01 "Super Bowl XVII Pregame segment"[10][11] Ken Levine and David Isaacs January 30, 1983 (1983-01-30)
S02 "Uncle Sam Malone"[12]

Season 2 (1983–84)[edit]

Main article: Cheers (season 2)
No. No. in
season
Title[13] Directed by[13] Written by[13] Original air date[13] Rating / share / rank
23 1 "Power Play" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles September 29, 1983 (1983-09-29) 18.4 / 29 / #19[rat2 1]
24 2 "Li'l Sister Don't Cha"
"Little Sister Don't Cha"
James Burrows Heide Perlman October 13, 1983 (1983-10-13) 18.6 / 28 / #21[rat2 2]
25 3 "Personal Business" James Burrows Tom Reeder October 20, 1983 (1983-10-20) 17.4 / 26 / #29[rat2 3]
26 4 "Homicidal Ham" James Burrows David Lloyd October 27, 1983 (1983-10-27) 18.0 / 28 / #22[rat2 4]
27 5 "Sumner's Return" James Burrows Michael J. Weithorn November 3, 1983 (1983-11-03) 15.3 / 23 / #34[rat2 5]
28 6 "Affairs of the Heart" James Burrows Heide Perlman November 10, 1983 (1983-11-10) 18.1 / 26 / #24[rat2 6]
29 7 "Old Flames" James Burrows David Angell November 17, 1983 (1983-11-17) 17.2 / 25 / #25[rat2 7]
30 8 "Manager Coach" James Burrows Earl Pomerantz November 24, 1983 (1983-11-24) 14.2 / 25 / #42[rat2 8]
31 9 "They Called Me Mayday" James Burrows David Angell December 1, 1983 (1983-12-01) 16.9 / 25 / #30[rat2 9]
32 10 "How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Call You Back" James Burrows Earl Pomerantz December 8, 1983 (1983-12-08) 16.4 / 25 / #28[rat2 10]
33 11 "Just Three Friends" James Burrows David Lloyd December 15, 1983 (1983-12-15) 16.0 / 26 / #34[rat2 11]
34 12 "Where There's a Will..." James Burrows Nick Arnold December 22, 1983 (1983-12-22) 18.3 / 27 / #15[rat2 12]
35 13 "Battle of the Exes" James Burrows Ken Estin and Sam Simon January 5, 1984 (1984-01-05) 19.6 / – / #20[rat2 13]
36 14 "No Help Wanted" James Burrows Max Tash January 12, 1984 (1984-01-12) 17.3 / 26 / #29[rat2 14]
37 15 "And Coachie Makes Three" James Burrows Heide Perlman January 19, 1984 (1984-01-19) 18.5 / – / #21[rat2 15]
38 16 "Cliff's Rocky Moment" James Burrows David Lloyd January 26, 1984 (1984-01-26)
39 17 "Fortune and Men's Weight" James Burrows Heide Perlman February 2, 1984 (1984-02-02) 13.1 / 19 / #51[rat2 16]
40 18 "Snow Job" James Burrows David Angell February 9, 1984 (1984-02-09) 17.1 / 25 / #26[rat2 17]
41 19 "Coach Buries a Grudge" James Burrows David Lloyd February 16, 1984 (1984-02-16) 14.6 / 21 / #33[rat2 18]
42 20 "Norman's Conquest" James Burrows Lissa Levin February 23, 1984 (1984-02-23) 17.2 / 26 / #22[rat2 19]
43 21 "I'll Be Seeing You, Part 1" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles May 3, 1984 (1984-05-03) 13.9 / 21 / #32[rat2 20]
44 22 "I'll Be Seeing You, Part 2" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles May 10, 1984 (1984-05-10) 13.6 / 22 / #30[rat2 21]

Season 3 (1984–85)[edit]

Main article: Cheers (season 3)
No. No. in
season
Title[14] Directed by[14] Written by[14] Original air date[14] Rating / share / rank
45 1 "Rebound, Part 1" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles September 27, 1984 (1984-09-27) 20.7 / 32 / #7[rat3 1]
46 2 "Rebound, Part 2" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles October 4, 1984 (1984-10-04) 19.5 / 29 / #13[rat3 2]
47 3 "I Call Your Name" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee October 18, 1984 (1984-10-18) 18.6 / 28 / #17[rat3 3]
48 4 "Fairy Tales Can Come True" James Burrows Sam Simon October 25, 1984 (1984-10-25) 19.8 / 30 / #14[rat3 4]
49 5 "Sam Turns the Other Cheek" James Burrows David Lloyd November 1, 1984 (1984-11-01) 17.8 / – / #18[rat3 5]
50 6 "Coach in Love, Part 1" James Burrows David Angell November 8, 1984 (1984-11-08) 16.7 / 25 / #19[rat3 6]
51 7 "Coach in Love, Part 2" James Burrows David Angell November 15, 1984 (1984-11-15) 19.2 / 29 / #15[rat3 7]
52 8 "Diane Meets Mom" James Burrows David Lloyd November 22, 1984 (1984-11-22) 14.4 / – / #38[rat3 8]
53 9 "An American Family" James Burrows Heide Perlman November 29, 1984 (1984-11-29) 20.5 / 30 / #15[rat3 9]
54 10 "Diane's Allergy" James Burrows David Lloyd December 6, 1984 (1984-12-06) 20.0 / 17 / #20[rat3 10]
55 11 "Peterson Crusoe" James Burrows David Angell December 13, 1984 (1984-12-13) 18.8 / 29 / #21[rat3 11]
56 12 "A Ditch in Time" James Burrows Ken Estin December 20, 1984 (1984-12-20) 17.4 / – / #20[rat3 12]
57 13 "Whodunit?" James Burrows Tom Reeder January 3, 1985 (1985-01-03) 18.4 / – / #21[rat3 13]
58 14 "The Heart Is a Lonely Snipe Hunter" James Burrows Heide Perlman January 10, 1985 (1985-01-10) 19.9 / – / #18[rat3 14]
59 15 "King of the Hill" James Burrows Elliot Shoenman January 24, 1985 (1985-01-24) 18.7 / 28 / #22[rat3 15]
60 16 "Teacher's Pet" James Burrows Tom Reeder January 31, 1985 (1985-01-31) 20.6 / – / #13[rat3 16]
61 17 "The Mail Goes to Jail" James Burrows David Lloyd February 7, 1985 (1985-02-07) 18.2 / 26 / #22[rat3 17]
62 18 "Bar Bet" James Burrows Jim Parker February 14, 1985 (1985-02-14) 21.3 / – / #9[rat3 18]
63 19 "Behind Every Great Man" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 21, 1985 (1985-02-21) 22.3 / – / #9[rat3 19]
64 20 "If Ever I Would Leave You" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 28, 1985 (1985-02-28) 19.9 / – / #16[rat3 20]
65 21 "The Executive's Executioner"
"Executive's Executioner Hines"[15]
James Burrows Heide Perlman March 7, 1985 (1985-03-07) 22.9 / – / #5[rat3 21]
66 22 "Cheerio, Cheers" James Burrows Sam Simon April 11, 1985 (1985-04-11) 20.6 / – / #8[rat3 22]
67 23 "The Bartender's Tale" James Burrows Sam Simon April 18, 1985 (1985-04-18) 20.1 / – / #6[rat3 23]
68 24 "The Belles of St. Clete's" James Burrows Ken Estin May 2, 1985 (1985-05-02) 19.7 / – / #4[rat3 24]
69 25 "Rescue Me" James Burrows Ken Estin May 9, 1985 (1985-05-09) 17.9 / – / #13[rat3 25]

Season 4 (1985–86)[edit]

Main article: Cheers (season 4)
No. No. in
season
Title[16] Directed by[16] Written by[16] Original air date[16] Rating / Rank /
Households (millions)
70 1 "Birth, Death, Love and Rice" James Burrows Heide Perlman September 26, 1985 (1985-09-26) 26.0/#4/–[rat4 1]
71 2 "Woody Goes Belly Up" James Burrows Heide Perlman October 3, 1985 (1985-10-03) 23.4/#5/20.1[rat4 2]
72 3 "Someday My Prince Will Come" James Burrows Tom Seeley and Norm Gunzenhauser October 17, 1985 (1985-10-17) 23.5/#4/20.2[rat4 3]
73 4 "The Groom Wore Clearasil" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee October 24, 1985 (1985-10-24) 20.9/#13/18.0[rat4 4]
74 5 "Diane's Nightmare" James Burrows David Lloyd October 31, 1985 (1985-10-31) 24.1/#6/20.7[rat4 5]
75 6 "I Will Gladly Pay You Tuesday" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner November 7, 1985 (1985-11-07) 21.1/#13/18.2[rat4 6]
76 7 "2 Good to Be 4 Real" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee November 14, 1985 (1985-11-14) 24.7/#4/21.2[rat4 7]
77 8 "Love Thy Neighbor" James Burrows David Angell November 21, 1985 (1985-11-21) 21.9/#11/18.8[rat4 8]
78 9 "From Beer to Eternity" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee November 28, 1985 (1985-11-28) 21.6/#10/18.6[rat4 9]
79 10 "The Barstoolie" James Burrows Andy Cowan and David S. Williger December 5, 1985 (1985-12-05) 24.4/#5/21.0[rat4 10]
80 11 "Don Juan Is Hell" James Burrows Phoef Sutton December 12, 1985 (1985-12-12) 24.0/#6/20.6[rat4 11]
81 12 "Fools and Their Money" James Burrows Heide Perlman December 19, 1985 (1985-12-19) 23.1/#4/19.8[rat4 12]
82 13 "Take My Shirt... Please" James Burrows David Lloyd January 9, 1986 (1986-01-09) 24.3/#5/20.9[rat4 13]
83 14 "Suspicion" James Burrows Tom Reeder January 16, 1986 (1986-01-16) 25.4/#5/21.8[rat4 14]
84 15 "The Triangle" James Burrows Susan Seeger January 23, 1986 (1986-01-23) 24.0/#7/20.6[rat4 15]
85 16 "Cliffie's Big Score" James Burrows Heide Perlman January 30, 1986 (1986-01-30) 23.8/#5/–[rat4 16]
86 17 "Second Time Around" Thomas Lofaro Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner February 6, 1986 (1986-02-06) 24.7/#5/21.2[rat4 17]
87 18 "The Peterson Principle" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee February 13, 1986 (1986-02-13) 23.9/#5/20.5[rat4 18]
88 19 "Dark Imaginings" James Burrows David Angell February 20, 1986 (1986-02-20) 23.4/#6/20.1[rat4 19]
89 20 "Save the Last Dance for Me" James Burrows Heide Perlman February 27, 1986 (1986-02-27) 26.0/#3/22.3[rat4 20]
90 21 "Fear Is My Co-Pilot" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner March 13, 1986 (1986-03-13) 23.5/#3/20.2[rat4 21]
91 22 "Diane Chambers Day" James Burrows Kimberly Hill March 20, 1986 (1986-03-20) 26.2/#3/22.5[rat4 22]
92 23 "Relief Bartender" James Burrows Miriam Trogdon March 27, 1986 (1986-03-27) 22.3/#6/19.2[rat4 23]
93 24 "Strange Bedfellows, Part 1" James Burrows David Angell May 1, 1986 (1986-05-01) 23.9/#3/20.5[rat4 24]
94 25 "Strange Bedfellows, Part 2" James Burrows David Angell May 8, 1986 (1986-05-08) 22.6/#4/19.4[rat4 25]
95 26 "Strange Bedfellows, Part 3" James Burrows David Angell May 15, 1986 (1986-05-15) 24.4/#4/21.0[rat4 26]

Season 5 (1986–87)[edit]

Main article: Cheers (season 5)

No. No. in
season
Title[20] Directed by[20] Written by[20] Original air date[20] Rating / share / rank
96 1 "The Proposal" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee September 25, 1986 (1986-09-25) 30.0 / – / –[rat5 1]
97 2 "The Cape Cad" James Burrows Andy Cowan and David S. Williger October 2, 1986 (1986-10-02) 29.7 / 45 / #3[rat5 2]
98 3 "Money Dearest" James Burrows Janet Leahy October 9, 1986 (1986-10-09) 26.4 / 38 / #3[rat5 3]
99 4 "Abnormal Psychology" James Burrows Janet Leahy October 16, 1986 (1986-10-16) 29.8 / 44 / #3[rat5 4]
100 5 "House of Horrors with Formal Dining and Used Brick" James Burrows David Angell October 30, 1986 27.2 / 41 / #5[rat5 5]
101 6 "Tan 'n' Wash" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner November 6, 1986 28.8 / – / –[rat5 6]
102 7 "Young Dr. Weinstein" James Burrows Phoef Sutton November 13, 1986 29.8 / 43 / #3[rat5 7]
103 8 "Knights of the Scimitar" James Burrows Jeff Abugov November 20, 1986 26.9 / 40 / #5[rat5 8]
104 9 "Thanksgiving Orphans" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner November 27, 1986 21.7 / 38 / #6[rat5 9]
105 10 "Everyone Imitates Art" James Burrows Heide Perlman December 4, 1986 28.4 / 42 / #3[rat5 10]
106 11 "The Book of Samuel" James Burrows Phoef Sutton December 11, 1986 28.2 / – / –[rat5 11]
107 12 "Dance, Diane, Dance" James Burrows Jeff Abugov December 18, 1986 28.4 / -[rat5 12]
108 13 "Chambers vs. Malone" James Burrows David Angell January 8, 1987 28.2 / 41[rat5 13]
109 14 "Diamond Sam" James Burrows Tom Reeder January 15, 1987 30.3 / 43[rat5 14]
110 15 "Spellbound" James Burrows Kimberly Hill January 22, 1987 30.7 / 42[rat5 15]
111 16 "Never Love a Goalie, Part 1" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs January 29, 1987 30.3 / 43[rat5 16]
112 17 "Never Love a Goalie, Part 2" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 5, 1987 27.7 / 40[rat5 17]
113 18 "One Last Fling" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner February 12, 1987 27.4 / 41[rat5 18]
114 19 "Dog Bites Cliff" James Burrows Joanne Pagliaro February 18, 1987 19.6 / -[rat5 19]
115 20 "Dinner at Eight-ish" James Burrows Phoef Sutton February 26, 1987 27.9 / 40[rat5 20]
116 21 "Simon Says" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee March 5, 1987 29.6 / 43[rat5 21]
117 22 "The Godfather, Part III" James Burrows Chris Cluess and Stuart Kreisman March 19, 1987 26.3 / 39[rat5 22]
118 23 "Norm's First Hurrah"
"Norman's First Hurrah"
Thomas Lofaro Andy Cowan and David S. Williger March 26, 1987 27.4 / 41[rat5 23]
119 24 "Cheers: The Motion Picture" Tim Berry Phoef Sutton April 2, 1987 27.9 / 43[rat5 24]
120 25 "A House Is Not a Home" James Burrows Phoef Sutton April 30, 1987 26.0 / 42[rat5 25]
121 26 "I Do, Adieu" James Burrows Glen Charles & Les Charles May 7, 1987 28.4 / 45[rat5 26]

Season 6 (1987–88)[edit]

Main article: Cheers (season 6)
No. No. in
season
Title[23] Directed by[23] Written by[23] Original air date[23] Rating / share
122 1 "Home Is the Sailor" James Burrows Glen Charles and Les Charles September 24, 1987 (1987-09-24) 28.4 / 44[rat6 1]
123 2 "I on Sports" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs October 1, 1987 (1987-10-01) 26.1 / 41[rat6 2]
124 3 "Little Carla, Happy at Last, Part 1" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner October 15, 1987 (1987-10-15) 25.3 / 40[rat6 3]
125 4 "Little Carla, Happy at Last, Part 2" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner October 22, 1987 (1987-10-22) 22.8 / 34[rat6 4]
126 5 "The Crane Mutiny" James Burrows David Angell October 29, 1987 (1987-10-29) 26.8 / 41[rat6 5]
127 6 "Paint Your Office" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee November 5, 1987 (1987-11-05) 26.0 / 40[rat6 6]
128 7 "The Last Angry Mailman" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 12, 1987 (1987-11-12) 26.4 / 40[rat6 7]
129 8 "Bidding on the Boys" Thomas Lofaro David Lloyd November 19, 1987 (1987-11-19) 26.4 / 41[rat6 8]
130 9 "Pudd'n Head Boyd"
"Puddin' Head Boyd"
James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner November 26, 1987 (1987-11-26) 19.5 / 36[rat6 9]
131 10 "A Kiss Is Still a Kiss" James Burrows David Lloyd December 3, 1987 (1987-12-03) 23.5 / 36[rat6 10]
132 11 "My Fair Clavin" James Burrows Phoef Sutton December 10, 1987 (1987-12-10) 23.1 / 36[rat6 11]
133 12 "Christmas Cheers" James Burrows and Thomas Lofaro Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner December 17, 1987 (1987-12-17) 25.5 / 40[rat6 12]
134 13 "Woody for Hire Meets Norman of the Apes" Tim Berry Phoef Sutton January 7, 1988 (1988-01-07) 28.1 / 41[rat6 13]
135 14 "And God Created Woodman" John Ratzenberger Jeffrey Duteil January 14, 1988 (1988-01-14) 27.9 / 41[rat6 14]
136 15 "Tale of Two Cuties" Michael Zinberg Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner January 21, 1988 (1988-01-21) 26.9 / 40[rat6 15]
137 16 "Yacht of Fools" Thomas Lofaro Phoef Sutton February 4, 1988 (1988-02-04) 24.9 / 37[rat6 16]
138 17 "To All the Girls I've Loved Before" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 11, 1988 (1988-02-11) 24.7 / 36[rat6 17]
139 18 "Let Sleeping Drakes Lie" James Burrows David Lloyd February 18, 1988 (1988-02-18) 19.4 / 28[rat6 18]
140 19 "Airport V" George Wendt Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 25, 1988 (1988-02-25) 20.4 / 30[rat6 19]
141 20 "The Sam in the Gray Flannel Suit" Tim Berry Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner March 3, 1988 (1988-03-03) 25.9 / 39[rat6 20]
142 21 "Our Hourly Bread" Andy Ackerman Sue Herring March 10, 1988 (1988-03-10) 24.9 / 38[rat6 21]
143 22 "Slumber Party Massacred" James Burrows Phoef Sutton March 24, 1988 (1988-03-24) 25.1 / 40[rat6 22]
144 23 "Bar Wars" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs March 31, 1988 (1988-03-31) 23.2 / –[rat6 23]
145 24 "The Big Kiss-Off" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs April 28, 1988 (1988-04-28) 23.6 / 38[rat6 24]
146 25 "Backseat Becky, Up Front" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner May 5, 1988 (1988-05-05) 22.8 / 38[rat6 25]

Season 7 (1988–89)[edit]

Main article: Cheers (season 7)
No. No. in
season
Title[24] Directed by[24] Written by[24] Original airdate[24] Rating / share
147 1 "How to Recede in Business" James Burrows David Lloyd October 27, 1988 (1988-10-27) 24.4 / 38[rat7 1]
148 2 "Swear to God" James Burrows Tom Reeder November 3, 1988 (1988-11-03) 21.8 / 33[rat7 2]
149 3 "Executive Sweet" James Burrows Phoef Sutton November 10, 1988 (1988-11-10) 23.5 / 35[rat7 3]
150 4 "One Happy Chappy in a Snappy Serape" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner November 17, 1988 (1988-11-17) 21.4 / 31[rat7 4]
151 5 "Those Lips, Those Ice" James Burrows Peter Casey and David Lee November 24, 1988 (1988-11-24) 17.3 / 31[rat7 5]
152 6 "Norm, Is That You?" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner December 8, 1988 (1988-12-08) 23.7 / 37[rat7 6]
153 7 "How to Win Friends and Electrocute People" James Burrows Phoef Sutton December 15, 1988 (1988-12-15) 23.7 / 37[rat7 7]
154 8 "Jumping Jerks" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs December 22, 1988 (1988-12-22) 20.6 / 34[rat7 8]
155 9 "Send in the Crane" James Burrows David Lloyd January 5, 1989 (1989-01-05) 25.1 / 37[rat7 9]
156 10 "Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs January 12, 1989 (1989-01-12) 25.4 / 38[rat7 10]
157 11 "Adventures in Housesitting" James Burrows Patricia Niedzialek and Cecile Alch January 19, 1989 (1989-01-19) 22.7 / 34[rat7 11]
158 12 "Please Mr. Postman" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich February 2, 1989 (1989-02-02) 24.7 / 37[rat7 12]
159 13 "Golden Boyd" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner February 6, 1989 (1989-02-06) 17.3 / 25[rat7 13]
160 14 "I Kid You Not" James Burrows Teleplay: Rod Burton
Story: Rick Beren
February 16, 1989 (1989-02-16) 22.8 / 35[rat7 14]
161 15 "Don't Paint Your Chickens" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 23, 1989 (1989-02-23) 23.3 / 35[rat7 15]
162 16 "The Cranemakers" Andy Ackerman Phoef Sutton March 2, 1989 (1989-03-02) 24.3 / 37[rat7 16]
163 17 "Hot Rocks" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs March 16, 1989 (1989-03-16) 22.7 / 36[rat7 17]
164 18 "What's Up, Doc?" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich March 30, 1989 (1989-03-30) 24.3 / 37[rat7 18]
165 19 "The Gift of the Woodi" James Burrows Phoef Sutton April 6, 1989 (1989-04-06) 22.2 / 36[rat7 19]
166 20 "Call Me Irresponsible" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson April 13, 1989 (1989-04-13) 22.3 / 36[rat7 20]
167 21 "Sisterly Love" James Burrows David Lloyd April 27, 1989 (1989-04-27) 20.8 / 34[rat7 21]
168 22 "The Visiting Lecher" James Burrows David Lloyd May 4, 1989 (1989-05-04) 20.8 / 33[rat7 22]

Season 8 (1989–90)[edit]

For a more comprehensive list, see Cheers (season 8).
No. No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Ratings / share / viewers / rank
169 1 "The Improbable Dream, Part 1" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner September 21, 1989 (1989-09-21) 24.1 / 39 / 36.4 mil. / #3[rat8 1]
170 2 "The Improbable Dream, Part 2" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner September 28, 1989 (1989-09-28) 24.3 / 39 / 36.1 mil. / #3[rat8 2]
171 3 "A Bar Is Born" James Burrows Phoef Sutton October 12, 1989 (1989-10-12) 22.4 / 37 / 33.6 mil. / #3[rat8 3]
172 4 "How to Marry a Mailman" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich October 19, 1989 (1989-10-19) 24.7 / 38 / 37.2 mil. / #1[rat8 4]
173 5 "The Two Faces of Norm" Andy Ackerman Eugene B. Stein October 26, 1989 (1989-10-26) 24.1 / 39 / 35.7 mil. / #3[rat8 5]
174 6 "The Stork Brings a Crane" Andy Ackerman David Lloyd November 2, 1989 (1989-11-02) 24.4 / 37 / 37.6 mil. / #3[rat8 6]
175 7 "Death Takes a Holiday on Ice" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 9, 1989 (1989-11-09) 24.3 / 38 / 36.2 mil. / #2[rat8 7]
176 8 "For Real Men Only" James Burrows David Pollock and Elias Davis November 16, 1989 (1989-11-16) 24.0 / 37 / 36.1 mil. / #4[rat8 8]
177 9 "Two Girls for Every Boyd" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson November 23, 1989 (1989-11-23) 16.5 / 31 / 28.4 mil. / #13[rat8 9]
178 10 "The Art of the Steal" James Burrows Sue Herring November 30, 1989 (1989-11-30) 25.4 / 40 / 37.1 mil. / #2[rat8 10]
179 11 "Feeble Attraction" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson December 7, 1989 (1989-12-07) 24.2 / 38 / 36.2 mil. / #2[rat8 11]
180 12 "Sam Ahoy" James Burrows David Lloyd December 14, 1989 (1989-12-14) 22.5 / 36 / 33.3 mil. / #2[rat8 12]
181 13 "Sammy and the Professor" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich January 4, 1990 (1990-01-04) 24.2 / 36 / 35.8 mil. / #1[rat8 13]
182 14 "What Is... Cliff Clavin?" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson January 18, 1990 (1990-01-18) 24.7 / 37 / 37.7 mil. / #1[rat8 14]
183 15 "Finally! Part 1" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs January 25, 1990 (1990-01-25) 25.0 / 37 / 37.9 mil. / #3[rat8 15]
184 16 "Finally! Part 2" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 1, 1990 (1990-02-01) 22.7 / 34 / 33.4 mil. / #2[rat8 16]
185 17 "Woody or Won't He" Andy Ackerman Brian Pollack and Mert Rich February 8, 1990 (1990-02-08) 22.8 / 35 / 34.5 mil. / #2[rat8 17]
186 18 "Severe Crane Damage" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson February 15, 1990 (1990-02-15) 23.3 / 35 / 35.2 mil. / #2[rat8 18]
187 19 "Indoor Fun with Sammy and Robby" Andy Ackerman Phoef Sutton February 22, 1990 (1990-02-22) 23.6 / 36 / 35.8 mil. / #1[rat8 19]
188 20 "50–50 Carla" James Burrows David Lloyd March 8, 1990 (1990-03-08) 23.4 / 36 / 34.4 mil. / #2[rat8 20]
189 21 "Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs March 15, 1990 (1990-03-15) 22.1 / 35 / 32.6 mil. / #1[rat8 21]
190 22 "Loverboyd" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich March 29, 1990 (1990-03-29) 23.8 / 38 / 35.5 / #2[rat8 22]
191 23 "The Ghost and Mrs. Lebec" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long April 12, 1990 (1990-04-12) 19.7 / 33 / 30.1 mil. / #2[rat8 23]
192 24 "Mr. Otis Regrets" Andy Ackerman Ken Levine and David Isaacs April 19, 1990 (1990-04-19) 21.9 / 35 / 32.9 mil. / #1[rat8 24]
193 25 "Cry Hard" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson April 26, 1990 (1990-04-26) 21.2 / 34 / 31.8 mil. / #2[rat8 25]
194 26 "Cry Harder" James Burrows Teleplay: Cheri Eichen, Bill Steinkellner and Phoef Sutton
Story: Bill Steinkellner
May 3, 1990 (1990-05-03) 21.1 / 33 / 30.8 mil. / #3[rat8 26]

Season 9 (1990–91)[edit]

For a more comprehensive list, see Cheers (season 9).
No. No. in
series
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
millions

[25] [26]

195 1 "Love Is a Really, Really, Perfectly Okay Thing" James Burrows Phoef Sutton September 20, 1990 (1990-09-20) 32.9
196 2 "Cheers Fouls Out" James Burrows Larry Balmagia September 27, 1990 (1990-09-27) 28.4
197 3 "Rebecca Redux" James Burrows Teleplay: Phoef Sutton, Bill Steinkellner and Cheri Eichen
Story: Bill Steinkellner
October 4, 1990 (1990-10-04) 30.4
198 4 "Where Nobody Knows Your Name" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson October 11, 1990 (1990-10-11) 32.9
199 5 "Ma Always Liked You Best" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson October 18, 1990 (1990-10-18) 31.7
200 6 "Grease" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich October 25, 1990 (1990-10-25) 29.9
201 7 "Breaking In Is Hard to Do" Andy Ackerman Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 1, 1990 (1990-11-01) 33.2
202/203 8/9 "Cheers 200th Anniversary Special"
(double-length episode)
James Burrows and Andy Ackerman Cheri Eichen, Bill Steinkellner and Phoef Sutton November 8, 1990 (1990-11-08) 45.9
204 10 "Bad Neighbor Sam" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner November 15, 1990 (1990-11-15) 34.1
205 11 "Veggie-Boyd" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long November 22, 1990 (1990-11-22) 29.1
206 12 "Norm and Cliff's Excellent Adventure" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs December 6, 1990 (1990-12-06) 32.7
207 13 "Woody Interruptus" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long December 13, 1990 (1990-12-13) 33.8
208 14 "Honor Thy Mother" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich January 3, 1991 (1991-01-03) 38.6
209 15 "Achilles Hill" Andy Ackerman Ken Levine and David Isaacs January 10, 1991 (1991-01-10) 36.3
210 16 "The Days of Wine and Neuroses" James Burrows Brian Pollack and Mert Rich January 24, 1991 (1991-01-24) 32.3
211 17 "Wedding Bell Blues" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson January 31, 1991 (1991-01-31) 32.7
212 18 "I'm Getting My Act Together and Sticking It in Your Face" Andy Ackerman Dan Staley and Rob Long February 7, 1991 (1991-02-07) 31.5
213 19 "Sam Time Next Year" James Burrows Larry Balmagia February 14, 1991 (1991-02-14) 31.9
214 20 "Crash of the Titans" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long February 21, 1991 (1991-02-21) 33.3
215 21 "It's a Wonderful Wife" James Burrows Sue Herring February 28, 1991 (1991-02-28) 35.9
216 22 "Cheers Has Chili" Andy Ackerman Cheri Eichen, Bill Steinkellner and Phoef Sutton March 14, 1991 (1991-03-14) 30.3
217 23 "Carla Loves Clavin" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long March 21, 1991 (1991-03-21) 28.8
218 24 "Pitch It Again, Sam" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson March 28, 1991 (1991-03-28) 30.8
219 25 "Rat Girl" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs April 4, 1991 (1991-04-04) 33.4
220 26 "Home Malone" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson April 25, 1991 (1991-04-25) 27.7
221 27 "Uncle Sam Wants You" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long May 2, 1991 (1991-05-02) 31.3

Season 10 (1991–92)[edit]

For a more comprehensive list, see Cheers (season 10).
No. No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S viewers
millions

[30] [31]

222 1 "Baby Balk" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson September 19, 1991 (1991-09-19) 31.4
223 2 "Get Your Kicks on Route 666" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson September 26, 1991 (1991-09-26) 30.3
224 3 "Madame LaCarla" Tom Moore Phoef Sutton October 3, 1991 (1991-10-03) 29.6
225 4 "The Norm Who Came to Dinner" Tom Moore Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson October 10, 1991 (1991-10-10) 27.8
226 5 "Ma's Little Maggie" James Burrows Tracy Newman and Jonathan Stark October 17, 1991 (1991-10-17) 24.5
227 6 "Unplanned Parenthood" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long October 24, 1991 (1991-10-24) 25.3
228 7 "Bar Wars V: The Final Judgment" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs October 31, 1991 (1991-10-31) 28.2
229 8 "Where Have All the Floorboards Gone?" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 7, 1991 (1991-11-07) 29.3
230 9 "Head Over Hill" John Ratzenberger Dan Staley and Rob Long November 14, 1991 (1991-11-14) 27.8
231 10 "A Fine French Whine" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long November 21, 1991 (1991-11-21) 29.2
232 11 "I'm Okay, You're Defective" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long December 5, 1991 (1991-12-05) 27.3
233 12 "Go Make" James Burrows Phoef Sutton December 12, 1991 (1991-12-12) 27.5
234 13 "Don't Shoot...I'm Only the Psychiatrist" James Burrows Kathy Ann Stumpe January 2, 1992 (1992-01-02) 30.0
235 14 "No Rest for the Woody" James Burrows Tracy Newman and Jonathan Stark January 9, 1992 (1992-01-09) 24.6
236 15 "My Son, the Father" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long January 16, 1992 (1992-01-16) 26.7
237 16 "One Hugs, the Other Doesn't" James Burrows Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner January 30, 1992 (1992-01-30) 26.4
238 17 "A Diminished Rebecca with a Suspended Cliff" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson February 6, 1992 (1992-02-06) 29.7
239 18 "License to Hill" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 13, 1992 (1992-02-13) 22.6
240 19 "Rich Man, Wood Man" James Burrows Daniel Palladino February 20, 1992 (1992-02-20) 21.9
241 20 "Smotherly Love" James Burrows Kathy Ann Stumpe February 27, 1992 (1992-02-27) 26.7
242 21 "Take Me Out of the Ball Game" James Burrows Kathy Ann Stumpe March 26, 1992 (1992-03-26) 23.9
243 22 "Rebecca's Lover...Not" James Burrows Tracy Newman and Jonathan Stark April 23, 1992 (1992-04-23) 22.1
244 23 "Bar Wars VI: This Time It's for Real" Rick Beren Ken Levine and David Isaacs April 30, 1992 (1992-04-30) 30.5
245 24 "Heeeeere's...Cliffy!" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs May 7, 1992 (1992-05-07) 25.4
246/247 25/26 "An Old-Fashioned Wedding"
(double-length episode)
James Burrows David Lloyd May 14, 1992 (1992-05-14) 32.9

Season 11 (1992–93)[edit]

For a more comprehensive list, see Cheers (season 11).
No. No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
millions
248 1 "The Little Match Girl" James Burrows Dan Staley and Rob Long September 24, 1992 (1992-09-24) 28.7
249 2 "The Beer Is Always Greener" James Burrows Tom Leopold October 1, 1992 (1992-10-01) 24.8
250 3 "The King of Beers" John Ratzenberger Dan O'Shannon October 8, 1992 (1992-10-08) 23.1
251 4 "The Magnificent Six" James Burrows Sue Herring October 22, 1992 (1992-10-22) 20.6
252 5 "Do Not Forsake Me O' My Postman" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs October 29, 1992 (1992-10-29) 24.0
253 6 "Teaching with the Enemy" James Burrows Tom Anderson November 5, 1992 (1992-11-05) 28.5
254 7 "The Girl in the Plastic Bubble" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon November 12, 1992 (1992-11-12) 29.6
255 8 "Ill-Gotten Gaines" James Burrows Fred Graver November 19, 1992 (1992-11-19) 24.0
256 9 "Feelings...Whoa, Whoa, Whoa" Rick Beren Kathy Ann Stumpe December 3, 1992 (1992-12-03) 22.9
257 10 "Daddy's Little Middle-Aged Girl" James Burrows Rebecca Parr Cioffi December 10, 1992 (1992-12-10) 21.4
258 11 "Love Me, Love My Car" James Burrows David Lloyd December 17, 1992 (1992-12-17) 23.4
259 12 "Sunday Dinner" James Burrows Fred Graver January 7, 1993 (1993-01-07) 22.7
260 13 "Norm's Big Audit" John Ratzenberger Tom Leopold January 14, 1993 (1993-01-14) 25.9
261 14 "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar" James Burrows Rebecca Parr Cioffi January 21, 1993 (1993-01-21) 25.4
262 15 "Loathe and Marriage" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs February 4, 1993 (1993-02-04) 27.1
263 16 "Is There a Doctor in the Howe?" James Burrows Kathy Ann Stumpe February 11, 1993 (1993-02-11) 28.4
264 17 "The Bar Manager, the Shrink, His Wife and Her Lover" James Burrows Kathy Ann Stumpe February 18, 1993 (1993-02-18) 24.7
265 18 "The Last Picture Show" James Burrows Fred Graver February 25, 1993 (1993-02-25) 28.0
266 19 "Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey" James Burrows Ken Levine and David Isaacs March 18, 1993 (1993-03-18) 27.5
267 20 "Look Before You Sleep" James Burrows Rebecca Parr Cioffi April 1, 1993 (1993-04-01) 26.3
268 21 "Woody Gets an Election" James Burrows Dan O'Shannon, Tom Anderson, Dan Staley and Rob Long April 22, 1993 (1993-04-22) 27.6
269 22 "It's Lonely on the Top" James Burrows Heide Perlman April 29, 1993 (1993-04-29) 29.8
270/271 23/24 "Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses"
(double-length episode)
James Burrows David Lloyd May 6, 1993 (1993-05-06) 30.8
272 25 "The Guy Can't Help It" James Burrows David Angell, Peter Casey and David Lee May 13, 1993 (1993-05-13) 29.5
273/274/275 26/27/28 "One for the Road"
(triple length series finale)
James Burrows Glen Charles and Les Charles May 20, 1993 (1993-05-20) 80.4

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Hunt, Dennis. "Cheer Up! `Cheers' Lives via Mail Order". Los Angeles Times 14 May 1993: F18. Web. 1 June 2012. (subscription required)
  2. ^ a b Bjorklund, p. 15.
  3. ^ "Product Information at". Play.com. February 21, 2009. Retrieved March 11, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Cheers - Season 8 [DVD]". Amazon.co.uk. September 9, 2009. Retrieved May 24, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Cheers - Season 9 [DVD]". Amazon.co.uk. September 9, 2009. Retrieved May 24, 2012. 
  6. ^ "Cheers - Complete Season 10 [DVD] [1991]". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved September 13, 2012. 
  7. ^ "Season 11 DVD release announcement". Tvshowsondvd.com. May 25, 2007. Retrieved March 11, 2009. 
  8. ^ "Cheers - Complete Season 11 The Final Season DVD 1992". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved September 13, 2012. 
  9. ^ a b c d Bjorklund, pp. 281–295 "Season One: 1982-83."
  10. ^ "Cast of Cheers with special material about the Super Bowl". Los Angeles Times. February 2, 1983. Part VI (Calendar), page 7.  Microfilm.
  11. ^ Levine, Ken (February 6, 2010). "My Super Bowl Tradition: The Lost Cheers". ...by Ken Levine at Blogspot. Archived from the original on July 18, 2012. Retrieved July 18, 2012. 
  12. ^ "Uncle Sam Malone". United States Department of Treasury. circa 1982–1984. Retrieved July 21, 2012 at National Archives and Records Administration.  Check date values in: |date=, |accessdate= (help) National Archives Identifier: 5076619; Local Identifier: 53-BONDS-14; Agency-Assigned Identifier: P0074.
  13. ^ a b c d Bjorklund, pp. 297–310 "Season Two: 1983–84".
  14. ^ a b c d Bjorklund, pp. 311–326
  15. ^ Cheers: The Complete Third Season (DVD). 2004. 
  16. ^ a b c d Bjorklund, pp. 327–341 "Season Four: 1985–1986".
  17. ^ Bjorklund, p. 336.
  18. ^ Bjorklund, p. 141 Surname is spelled "Manyon".
  19. ^ Fox, Michael. "Chapter 13". Luck to Lose. pp. 101–102. ISBN 0-595-12907-2. 
  20. ^ a b c d Bjorklund, pp. 343–357 "Season Five: 1986-1987".
  21. ^ "Broadcast". Evening Independent (St. Petersburg, Florida). October 23, 1986. p. 5-B. 
  22. ^ Rosen, Karen (October 25, 1986). "TV-Radio - NBC could use some more of `the rat stuff' in Series coverage". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Section D (Sports), page 12.  At NewsBank: (registration required). At official website: (subscription required). Record no. 861005579.
  23. ^ a b c d Bjorklund, pp. 359–374
  24. ^ a b c d Bjorklund, pp. 375–389
  25. ^ http://tvaholics.blogspot.com.br/search?q=1990
  26. ^ http://tvaholics.blogspot.com.br/search?q=1991
  27. ^ Bjorklund 2008, p. 415
  28. ^ Bjorklund 1993, p. 462. "Emmy Nominations and Awards."
  29. ^ "DGA Awards History". Directors Guild of America. Retrieved 2012-03-26. 
  30. ^ http://tvaholics.blogspot.com.br/search?q=1991
  31. ^ http://anythingkiss.com/pi_feedback_challenge/Ratings/19920106-0531_TVRatings.pdf

References[edit]

  • Bjorklund, Dennis A. (1997). Toasting Cheers: An Episode Guide, 1982—1993. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company. ISBN 0-89950-962-2. 
  • Bjorklund, Dennis A. (2008). Cheers: A Comprehensive Reference. Praetorian Publishing. ISBN 0-9679852-3-4. 

Ratings notes[edit]

Season 1

According to Los Angeles Times, ratings from 1982 to 1983 were based on 83.3 million households with at least one television set. "Television Ratings" column list is located at Part VI, "Calendar" section. Below sources originated from Los Angeles Times, republished in microfilm copies, which may be located in your local library.

  1. ^ "Wednesday, October 6, 1982". p. 11.  There are 63 programs in the list.
  2. ^ "Thursday, October 14, 1982". p. 11.  63 or 64 programs.
  3. ^ Schwartz, Tony (October 14, 1982). "Mixed Ratings for NBC". New York Times. p. C-29. Retrieved July 20, 2012, at ProQuest.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help) This episode scored a 24 New York City share.
  4. ^ "Wednesday, October 20, 1982". p. 8.  66 programs.
  5. ^ "Thursday, October 28, 1982". p. 12.  68 programs.
  6. ^ "Thursday, November 4, 1982". p. 12.  75 programs.
  7. ^ "Wednesday, November 10, 1982". p. 11.  85 programs.
  8. ^ "Thursday, November 18, 1982". p. 14.  65 programs.
  9. ^ "Wednesday, November 24, 1982". p. 10.  65 programs.
  10. ^ "Wednesday, December 1, 1982". p. 8.  69 programs.
  11. ^ "Thursday, December 9, 1982". p. 10.  68 programs.
  12. ^ "Thursday, December 16, 1982". p. 12.  73 programs.
  13. ^ "Friday, December 24, 1982". p. 10.  Either 12.0 or 12.1, as microfilm copy can barely read this week's Nielsen ratings. 73 programs.
  14. ^ "Thursday, January 13, 1983". p. 9.  69 programs.
  15. ^ "Friday, January 21, 1983". p. 16.  69 programs.
  16. ^ "Thursday, January 27, 1983". p. 8.  69 programs.
  17. ^ "Thursday, February 3, 1983". p. 10.  67 programs.
  18. ^ "Wednesday, February 16, 1983". p. 38.  61 programs.
  19. ^ "Wednesday, February 23, 1983". p. 7.  71 programs.
  20. ^ "Wednesday, March 2, 1983". p. 10.  67 programs.
  21. ^ "Wednesday, March 9, 1983". p. 9.  66 programs.
  22. ^ "Wednesday, March 30, 1983". p. 8.  67 programs.
  23. ^ "Wednesday, April 6, 1983". p. 7.  69 programs.
Season 2

Except where noted, they were originally published in print editions of The Miami Herald newspaper.

  1. ^ "AfterMASH Wins Viewers". October 5, 1983. p. 6B.  Record no: 8303200181. 65 programs.
  2. ^ "World Series Is a Hit with Nielsen Viewers". October 19, 1983. p. 18A.  Record no: 8303240057. 66 programs.]]
  3. ^ "CBS' Simon Is No. 1". October 26, 1983. p. 16A.  Record no: 8303250883. 70 programs.
  4. ^ "6 CBS Programs in Nielsen Top 10". November 2, 1983. p. 14A.  Record no: 8303280050. 72 programs.
  5. ^ "ABC Wins Nielsen Race". November 9, 1983. p. 5B.  Record no: 8303290980. 68 programs.
  6. ^ "CBS Sweeps Nielsens". November 16, 1983. p. 4B.  Record no: 8304010721. 67 programs.
  7. ^ "ABC Nukes Networks in Week's Nielsens". November 23, 1983. p. 5B.  Record no: 8304040716. 64 programs.
  8. ^ "The No. 1 A-Team Couldn't Defeat CBS". November 30, 1983. p. 4D.  Record no: 8304050380. 63 programs.
  9. ^ "Gambler Film Makes CBS an Easy Winner". December 7, 1983. p. 6D.  Record no: 8304070545. 65 programs.
  10. ^ "Seven Top 10 Shows Give CBS Nielsen Win". December 15, 1983. p. 2B.  Record no: 8304090704. 69 programs.
  11. ^ "CBS' 60 Minutes Wins Ratings Race". December 22, 1983. p. 6B.  Record no: 8304110387. 65 programs.
  12. ^ "Monday Night Football Suffers Its Worst TV Season". December 29, 1983. p. 10C.  Record no: 8304120897. 66 programs.
  13. ^ Buck, Jerry (January 12, 1984). "NBC Is No. 2 but Trying Harder". Lexington Herald-Leader. The Associated Press. p. D12.  Record no: 8401030085. "Battle of the Exes" is tied with a sitcom Goodnight, Beantown. 19.6 rating may equal to 16.4 million households.
  14. ^ "Amelia wins over viewers". January 18, 1984. p. 6B.  Record no: 8401050111. 71 programs.
  15. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. January 25, 1984. p. 8, Part VI (Calendar).  68 programs.
  16. ^ "No. 3 Dynasty helps ABC wins ratings race". February 8, 1984. p. 5C.  Record no: 8401100023. 65 programs.
  17. ^ "NBC takes Nielsen lead for first time in season". February 16, 1984. p. 6B.  Record no: 8401120302. 59 programs.
  18. ^ "ABC leads ratings with Olympics shows". February 22, 1984. p. 12D.  Record no: 8401130864. 49 programs.
  19. ^ "CBS is Master of ratings game". February 29, 1984. p. 4B.  Record no: 8401150603. 56 programs.
  20. ^ "The Nielsens". May 11, 1984. p. 5B.  Record no: 8402040812. 65 programs.
  21. ^ "The Nielsens". May 17, 1984. p. 9B.  Record no: 8402060339. 61 programs.
Season 3

According to Los Angeles Times, Nielsen ratings of 1984–85 were based on 84.9 million households.

  1. ^ "'Oldies' Give CBS a 'Premiere' Lead". The Miami Herald. October 5, 1984. p. 13F.  64 programs.
  2. ^ "The Nielsens". The Miami Herald. October 12, 1984. p. 13F.  60 programs.
  3. ^ "Comics/TV". The Miami Herald. October 27, 1984. p. 4D.  65 programs are listed. According to Lexington Herald-Leader article, "Dynasty Tops TV Ratings, but ABC Still in Last Place" (October 25, 1984), the household amount was 15.7 million.
  4. ^ "Comics/TV". The Miami Herald. November 2, 1984. p. 6B.  70 programs.
  5. ^ "Dallas Clan Knocks Dynasty Out of No. 1". Lexington Herald-Leader (Kentucky). The Associated Press. November 8, 1984. p. D7.  "Sam Turns the Other Cheek" ties with NBC crime drama Hill Street Blues. Household amount was estimated to be 15.1 million.
  6. ^ "Comics/TV". The Miami Herald. November 16, 1984. p. 10C.  75 programs, including separate 23-minute blocks of 1984 U.S. Election Day coverage. Counting separate network coverages as one, including coverages of Democratic Campaign, amount of total programs would be converted into 59.
  7. ^ "The Nielsens". The Miami Herald. November 23, 1984. p. 17E.  68 programs.
  8. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. November 28, 1984. p. 14, Part VI (Calendar).  Over 60 programs. Another sitcom Who's the Boss? scored the same rating, although it is listed as No. 39.
  9. ^ "Comics/TV". The Miami Herald. December 6, 1984. p. 9D.  69 programs.
  10. ^ "Amusements". The Miami Herald. December 13, 1984. p. 4B.  54 programs.
  11. ^ "The Nielsens". The Miami Herald. December 21, 1984. p. 24D.  70 programs.
  12. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. December 28, 1984. p. 28, Part VI (Calendar).  65 programs.
  13. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. January 9, 1985. p. 9, Part VI (Calendar).  63 programs.
  14. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. January 16, 1985. p. 10, Part VI (Calendar).  66 programs.
  15. ^ "Comics/TV". The Miami Herald. January 31, 1985. p. 5B.  Only 55 shows are listed; there may be more in other articles.
  16. ^ "Cosby Show beats soaps". Daily Breeze (Torrance, California). February 6, 1985. p. C7.  Out of 64 programs, only top 20 shows and bottom five are shown. Record no. 0000037631.
  17. ^ "Comics/TV". The Miami Herald. February 14, 1985. p. 6B.  Only 45 shows are listed; there may be more in other articles.
  18. ^ "60 Minutes No. 1". The San Francisco Chronicle. February 21, 1985. p. 59.  Top ten programs are only listed. In the San Francisco area, the episode landed on No. 8 with an 18.5 rating.
  19. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. February 27, 1985. p. 9, Part VI.  67 programs listed in nationwide list. In the Los Angeles area, it landed on No. 8 out of top 10 with a 19 rating.
  20. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. March 6, 1985. p. 9, Pt. VI.  65 programs nationwide. In the Los Angeles area, it landed on No. 6 out of 10 with an 18 rating.
  21. ^ "60 Minute Leads". The San Francisco Chronicle. March 13, 1985. p. 53.  Top ten programs are only listed. In San Francisco area, it landed on No. 3 with a 21.9 rating.
  22. ^ "TV Ratings - Cosby Show No. 1". The San Francisco Chronicle. April 17, 1985. p. 59.  Top ten programs are only listed. In the San Francisco area, it landed on No. 3 with 25.3 rating.
  23. ^ "Television Ratings". Los Angeles Times. April 24, 1985. p. 9, Part VI.  66 programs. In the Los Angeles area, "The Bartender's Tale" landed on No. 3 with 18 rating.
  24. ^ "Cosby Show No. 1". The San Francisco Chronicle. May 8, 1995. p. 59.  Top ten programs are only listed. In the San Francisco area, "The Belles of St. Clete's" landed on No. 6 with an 18.0 rating.
  25. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (May 16, 1985). "First Blood Helps NBC Win Nielsen's Ratings War". The Orlando Sentinel. The Associated Press. p. E7.  Top 20 programs are only listed. 17.9 rating may equate to 15.2 million households.
Season 4

According to the Daily Breeze, a newspaper from Torrance, California, the 1985–86 ratings are based on 85.9 million households with at least one television.

  1. ^ Arar, Yardena (October 2, 1985). "NBC leaps toward ratings rooftop". Los Angeles Daily News (Valley ed.). p. 17.  Record no. 8501010144.
  2. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (October 10, 1985). "NBC'S undefeated so far in ratings season". The Orlando Sentinel (3 Star ed.). Associated Press. p. E2.  Record no. 0330360228. "Woody Goes Belly Up" tied with primetime soap opera Dynasty on the week of October 7–13, 1985.
  3. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (October 23, 1985). "Series, sports, sexy movies puts NBC on top". Daily Breeze (Torrance, California). Associated Press. p. G5.  Record no. 0000068236.
  4. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (October 31, 1985). "World Series Pitches ABC to Top of TV Ratings". The Orlando Sentinel (3 Star ed.). Associated Press. p. E2.  Record no. 0340170018.
  5. ^ "Cosby Still No. 1". Daily Breeze. November 6, 1985. p. F7.  Record no. 0000070094. The San Francisco Chronicle erroneously typed '24.5' rating instead of 24.1.
  6. ^ "North and South wins". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. November 14, 1985. p. C4.  Record no. 0000071039.
  7. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (November 20, 1985). "Kane & Abel miniseries opens strong for CBS in Nielsen poll". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. p. F7.  Record no. 0000071955.
  8. ^ "Comics/TV". The Miami Herald. November 28, 1985. p. 11F.  Record no. 8504050518.
  9. ^ "Perry Mason wins ratings case for NBC". Daily Breeze. December 4, 1985. p. F5.  Record no. 0000073756.
  10. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (December 11, 1985). "Cosby,Monday Night Football score". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. p. D9.  Record no. 0000074696.
  11. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (December 18, 1985). "NBC wins week - Mary comes in 31st". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. p. D8.  Record no. 0000075609.
  12. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (December 28, 1985). "Cosby rerun still good enough for first". The Orlando Sentinel (Sentinel Communications Co). Associated Press. p. E2.  Record no. 0340900075.
  13. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (January 16, 1986). "Sunday Night Movie pushes CBS to No. 1". Sun-Sentinel. Associated Press. p. 14E.  Record no. 8601030977. "Take My Shirt... Please?" tied with a news program 60 Minutes on the week of January 6–12, 1986.
  14. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (January 23, 1986). "Mafia Princess an NBC Hit; Cosby sets another record". The Orlando Sentinel. Associated Press. p. E3.  Record no. 0190270204.
  15. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (January 30, 1986). "Nielsen tally shows NBC ahead of the pack". The Orlando Sentinel. Associated Press. p. E3.  Record no. 0190370163. The week of January 20–26, 1986, included the Super Bowl XX.
  16. ^ "Cosby Show leads". The San Francisco Chronicle. February 5, 1986. p. 13, "News" section.  Record no. 215788. "Cliffie's Big Score" tied with hourlong drama, Highway to Heaven. In the San Francisco area, the episode scored a 23.2 rating.
  17. ^ "Cosby still leads ratings". Daily Breeze. February 12, 1986. p. D6.  Record no. 0000082617.
  18. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (February 20, 1986). "Theatrical movies surprise in ratings". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. p. C4.  Record no. 0000083673.
  19. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (February 27, 1986). "CBS wins its second battle of miniseries". Sun-Sentinel. Associated Press. p. 6E.  Record no. 8601130372.
  20. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (March 5, 1986). "NBC edges CBS in ratings". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. p. D6.  Record no. 0000085244.
  21. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (March 19, 1986). "Even repeat comedies score well". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. p. D7.  Record no. 0000086942.
  22. ^ "CBS and NBC share top honors in the weekly ratings race". The Orlando Sentinel. Associated Press. March 27, 1986. p. E2.  Record no. 0210130008.
  23. ^ Barr, Robert (April 3, 1986). "Oscar show ratings low, still help ABC". Sun-Sentinel. Associated Press. p. 8E.  Record no. 8601200516.
  24. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (May 8, 1986). "All networks winners in May sweeps battle". Sun-Sentinel. Associated Press. p. 7E.  Record no. 8601270789.
  25. ^ "Nielsen Top 20". Daily Breeze. May 14, 1986. p. D4.  Record no. 0000094316.
  26. ^ Rothenberg, Fred (May 21, 1986). "Duffy in shower leads soaps assault". Daily Breeze. Associated Press. p. D8.  Record no. 0000095213.
Season 5

According to the 15 May 1987 article from The Argus-Press, the 1986-87 ratings were based on 87.4 million households with at least one television set. Unless otherwise, the sources were of the newspaper Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

  1. ^ Barr, Robert (October 2, 1986). "CBS wins a skirmish, NBC wins the battle". Sun-Sentinel. Associated Press. p. 6E.  30.0 rating equates to 26.2 million households.
  2. ^ "Top 10 (Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1986)". October 8, 1986. p. 19. 
  3. ^ "Top 10 (Oct. 6-12, 1986)". October 15, 1986. p. 29. 
  4. ^ "Top 10 (Oct. 13-19, 1986)". October 22, 1986. p. 27. 
  5. ^ "Top 10 (Oct. 27-Nov. 2, 1986)". November 5, 1986. p. 29.  The source omitted dates of the Nielsen week. article of the same date, "Baseball time", from The San Francisco Chronicle verifies that the week was of October 27-November 2, 1986.
  6. ^ Barr, Robert (November 13, 1986). "Perry Mason Special Rated in Week's Top 10". Sun-Sentinel. Associated Press. p. 7E.  28.8 rating equates to 25.2 million households.
  7. ^ "Top 10 (Nov. 10-16, 1986)". November 19, 1986. p. 26. 
  8. ^ "Top 10 (Nov. 17-23, 1986)". November 26, 1986. p. 22. 
  9. ^ "Top 10 (Nov. 24-30, 1986)". December 3, 1986. p. 31. 
  10. ^ "Top 10 (Dec. 1-7, 1986)". December 10, 1986. p. 31. 
  11. ^ Barr, Robert (December 18, 1986). "CBS throws in towel on Thursday nights". Sun-Sentinel. p. 12E.  28.2 rating equates to 24.6 million households.
  12. ^ "Pre-empting can't squelch NBC ratings". San Jose Mercury News. Associated Press. December 24, 1986. p. 6D. 
  13. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 5-11, 1987". January 14, 1987. p. 25. 
  14. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 12-18, 1987". January 21, 1987. p. 29. 
  15. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 19-25, 1987". January 28, 1987. p. 31. 
  16. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 26-Feb. 1, 1987". February 4, 1987. p. 24. 
  17. ^ "Top 10 (Feb. 2-8, 1987)". February 11, 1987. p. 28. 
  18. ^ "Top 10 (Feb. 9-15, 1987)". February 18, 1987. p. 15. 
  19. ^ Baker, Kathryn (February 26, 1987). "ABC happy with ratings despite Amerika slump". Sun-Sentinel. p. 6E.  19.6 rating equates to 17.1 million households.
  20. ^ "Top 10: Feb. 23-March 1, 1987". March 4, 1987. p. 23. 
  21. ^ "Top 10: March 2-8, 1987". March 11, 1987. p. 34. 
  22. ^ "Top 10: March 16-22, 1987". March 25, 1987. p. 23. 
  23. ^ "Top 10: March 23-29, 1987". April 1, 1987. p. 15. 
  24. ^ "Top 10: March 30-April 5". April 8, 1987. p. 25. 
  25. ^ "Top 10: April 27-May 3, 1987". May 6, 1987. p. 26. 
  26. ^ "Top Ten". The Argus-Press (Owosso, MI). May 15, 1987. Entertainment Spotlight, p. 7. Retrieved April 4, 2012, at Google News Archives.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help) 28.4 rating approximately equates to 24.8 million households.
Season 6

Unless otherwise, the main source of Nielsen ratings is the newspaper Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. According to that main source, ratings of 1987-88 were based on 88.6 million households that have at least one television.

  1. ^ "Top 10: Sep. 21-27, 1987". September 30, 1987. p. 23. 
  2. ^ "Top 10: Sept. 29-Oct. 4, 1987". October 7, 1987. p. 29. 
  3. ^ "Top 10: Oct. 12-18, 1987". October 21, 1987. p. 29. 
  4. ^ "Top 10: Oct. 19-25, 1987". October 29, 1987. p. 23. 
  5. ^ "Top 10 (Oct. 26-Nov. 1)". November 4, 1987. p. 21.  The article erroneously said that the ratings were based on "87.4 million" households.
  6. ^ "Top 10: Nov. 2-8, 1987". November 11, 1987. p. 21. 
  7. ^ "Top 10: Nov. 9-15, 1987". November 19, 1987. p. 22. 
  8. ^ "Top 10: Nov. 16-22, 1987". November 26, 1987. p. E-30. 
  9. ^ "Top 10: Nov. 23-29, 1987". December 2, 1987. p. 27. 
  10. ^ "Top 10: Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 1987". December 9, 1987. p. 29. 
  11. ^ "Top 10: Dec. 7-13, 1987". December 17, 1987. p. 25. 
  12. ^ "Top 10: Dec. 14-20, 1987". December 24, 1987. p. 15. 
  13. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 4-10, 1988". January 13, 1988. p. 22. 
  14. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 11-20, 1988". January 20, 1988. p. 25.  The week should have been Jan. 11-17, 1988; '20' in the title may be a typo.
  15. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 18-24, 1988". January 27, 1988. p. 21. 
  16. ^ "Top 10: Feb. 1-7, 1988". February 10, 1988. p. 19. 
  17. ^ "Top 10: Feb. 8-14, 1988". February 17, 1988. p. 29. 
  18. ^ Feder, Robert (February 24, 1988). "Olympics place ABC in the winner's circle". Chicago Sun-Times. p. 41.  Record no. CHI280782. For week of February 15, 1988.
  19. ^ "Top 10: Feb. 22-28, 1988". March 2, 1988. p. 19. 
  20. ^ "Top 10: Feb. 29-Mar. 6, 1988". March 9, 1988. p. 29. 
  21. ^ "Top 10: March 7-13, 1988". March 16, 1988. p. 25. 
  22. ^ "Top 10: March 21-27, 1988". March 30, 1988. p. 25. 
  23. ^ "NBC rules ratings for 5 weeks straight". San Jose Mercury News. Associated Press. April 6, 1988. p. 8-C.  Record no. 8803020050. 23.2 rating approximately equates to 20.6 million homes.
  24. ^ "Top 10: April 25-May 1, 1988". May 4, 1988. p. 26. 
  25. ^ "Top 10: May 2-8, 1988". May 11, 1988. p. 19. 
Season 7

Unless otherwise, the main source of Nielsen ratings is the newspaper Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. According to that main source, ratings of 1988-89 were based on 90.4 million households that have at least one television.

  1. ^ "Top 10: Oct. 24–30, 1988". November 2, 1988. p. 21. 
  2. ^ "Top 10: Oct. 31–Nov. 6, 1988". November 9, 1988. p. 19. 
  3. ^ "Top 10: Nov. 7–13, 1988". November 16, 1988. p. 33. 
  4. ^ "The Ratings (Nov. 14–20, 1988)". The Dallas Morning News. November 24, 1988. p. 21C. 
  5. ^ "The Ratings (Nov. 21–27, 1988)". The Dallas Morning News. December 2, 1988. p. 12C. 
  6. ^ "Top 10: Dec. 5–11, 1988". December 14, 1988. p. 27. 
  7. ^ "Top 10: Dec. 12–18, 1988". December 21, 1988. p. 25. 
  8. ^ "Top 10: Dec. 19–25, 1988". December 29, 1988. p. 15. 
  9. ^ "Top 10: Jan 2–8, 1989". January 11, 1989. p. 27. 
  10. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 9–15, 1989". January 18, 1989. p. 24. 
  11. ^ "Top 10: Jan 16–22, 1989". January 25, 1989. p. 19. 
  12. ^ "Top 10: Jan. 30–Feb. 5, 1989". February 8, 1989. p. 27. 
  13. ^ "Using this chart (Feb. 6–12, 1989)". USA Today. February 15, 1989. p. 3D. 
  14. ^ "Using this chart (Feb. 13–19, 1989)". USA Today. February 22, 1989. p. 3D.  Record no. 170085.
  15. ^ "Top 10: Feb. 20–26, 1989". March 2, 1989. p. 15. 
  16. ^ "Top 10: Feb. 27–Mar. 5, 1989". March 8, 1989. p. 21. 
  17. ^ "Using this chart (March 13–19, 1989)". USA Today. March 22, 1989. p. 3D. 
  18. ^ "Top 10: Mar. 27–Apr. 2, 1989". April 5, 1989. p. 21. 
  19. ^ "Top 10: April 3–9, 1989". April 12, 1989. p. 28. 
  20. ^ "Top 10: April 10–16, 1989". April 19, 1989. p. 21. 
  21. ^ "Top 10: April 24–30, 1989". May 3, 1989. p. 19. 
  22. ^ "Top 10: May 1–7, 1989". May 10, 1989. p. 19. 
Season 8

According to many newspapers, including the main source USA Today, the 1989–90 Nielsen ratings are based on 92.1 million households that have at least one television.

  1. ^ September 27, 1989. Record no. 214331.
  2. ^ October 4, 1989. Record no. 215742.
  3. ^ October 18, 1989. Record no. 218595
  4. ^ October 25, 1989. Record no. 220074.
  5. ^ November 1, 1989. Record no. 221508.
  6. ^ November 8, 1989. Record no. 222932.
  7. ^ November 15, 1989. Record no. 224364.
  8. ^ November 22, 1989. Record no. 225766.
  9. ^ November 29, 1989. Record no. 226865.
  10. ^ December 6, 1989. Record no. 228257.
  11. ^ December 13, 1989. Record no. 229628.
  12. ^ December 20, 1989. Record no. 230948.
  13. ^ January 10, 1990. Record no. 234602.
  14. ^ January 24, 1990. Record no. 237376.
  15. ^ January 31, 1990. Record no. 239189.
  16. ^ February 7, 1990. Record no. 240525.
  17. ^ February 14, 1990. Record no. 241948.
  18. ^ February 21, 1990. Record no. 243308.
  19. ^ February 28, 1990. Record no. 244938.
  20. ^ March 14, 1990. Record no. 247753.
  21. ^ March 21, 1990. Record no. 249195.
  22. ^ April 4, 1990. Record no. 252035.
  23. ^ April 18, 1990. Record no. 254889.
  24. ^ April 25, 1990. Record no. 256312.
  25. ^ May 2, 1990. Record no. 257677.
  26. ^ May 9, 1990. Record no. 259054.

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