Cheers: Season 3 Reviews

  • Sep 21, 2016

    If you don't LOL at at least one thing (and usually more) in every episode you may be in a coma.

    If you don't LOL at at least one thing (and usually more) in every episode you may be in a coma.

  • Dann M Super Reviewer
    Aug 28, 2015

    The third season of Cheers sets a new course that gets a little more series, but still brings the laughs. This season marks the introduction of Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane and the tragic loss of Nicholas Colasanto (who played Coach). When Sam falls off the wagon and losses control in the wake of his breakup with Diane, she returns and, with the help of her new boyfriend Dr. Frasier Crane, attempts to help Sam get his life back together; but old habits die hard and Diane finds herself pulled between her feeling for Sam and her feelings for Frasier. The addition of Frasier is really good for the show, as he brings a new energy that allows the writers to re-work some of the character dynamics. Also, several notable guest stars are featured, including Carol Kane, Alison La Placa, and Michael Richards. After three seasons, Cheers remains incredibly funny and keeps getting stronger as it goes along.

    The third season of Cheers sets a new course that gets a little more series, but still brings the laughs. This season marks the introduction of Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane and the tragic loss of Nicholas Colasanto (who played Coach). When Sam falls off the wagon and losses control in the wake of his breakup with Diane, she returns and, with the help of her new boyfriend Dr. Frasier Crane, attempts to help Sam get his life back together; but old habits die hard and Diane finds herself pulled between her feeling for Sam and her feelings for Frasier. The addition of Frasier is really good for the show, as he brings a new energy that allows the writers to re-work some of the character dynamics. Also, several notable guest stars are featured, including Carol Kane, Alison La Placa, and Michael Richards. After three seasons, Cheers remains incredibly funny and keeps getting stronger as it goes along.