• 'Cheers' theme songwriter reveals versions that were rightfully rejected

    The original lyrics to “Where Everybody Knows Your Name” were a far cry from what became one of the most iconic theme songs in television history.

  • 'Toy Story' at 25: John Ratzenberger channeled 'Cheers' character Cliff Clavin for piggy bank Hamm

    John Ratzenberger's incredible run with Pixar started 25 years ago with the studio's first feature "Toy Story."

  • This Classic Alex Trebek ‘Cheers’ Cameo Will Leave You in Stitches (Video)

    Alex Trebek was so well-known as the host of “Jeopardy!” that he made memorable cameos in that role on other popular shows, including “Cheers” and “The Golden Girls.”In a 1990 episode of “Cheers” entitled “What is…Cliff Clavin,” Cliff (John Ratzenberger) appears on the game show during one of its remote tapings in Boston, where the titular bar is located.Mailman Cliff seems outmatched by his opponents — a doctor and a lawyer — until the categories come up, including civil servants, stamps from around the world, mothers and sons, beer, bar trivia and celibacy.Also Read: 'Jeopardy!' Champs 'Gutted' by Death of Alex Trebek: 'You Will Never Be Replaced in Our Hearts'“Cliff, can I get you to pick a category and an amount?” Trebek asks.“Why don’t you pick any one you want. I am feeling lucky today. Woohoo,” Cliff responds confidently.We won’t spoil the end for you, but let’s just say that Cliff wasn’t woohoo-ing after Final Jeopardy! Check out the hilarious clip above.Trebek also played himself on a 1992 episode of “The Golden Girls” called “Questions and Answers.” In a similar plot, Dorothy (Bea Arthur) auditions for the show when it stops in Miami. Her opponents are her naive roommate Rose (Betty White) and a nitwit Charley (David Leisure). As a teacher, Dorothy builds a sizeable lead and believes she has the game in the bag.As a bonus, there’s a can’t-miss joke about outgoing President Donald Trump about two-thirds of the way through. Check out the “Golden Girls” clip below. There’s also an appearance by the late creator of “Jeopardy!,” Merv Griffin.Trebek passed away peacefully on Sunday after battling pancreatic cancer. In addition to the cameos mentioned above, he also appeared on “How I Met Your Mother,” “The Simpsons,” “The Nanny,” “Seinfeld” and more.Read original story This Classic Alex Trebek ‘Cheers’ Cameo Will Leave You in Stitches (Video) At TheWrap

  • Kirstie Alley responds to critics after saying she'll vote for Trump again: 'Don't think I've ever seen so much name-calling in my life'

    “Stick to your guns. Not always easy to be under fire but always easier than going against your own integrity," the former "Cheers" added.

  • Boston bar inspired by ‘Cheers’ will be shuttering permanently

    Fans of the show will have one less place to go where everybody knows their name.

  • "Cheers" bar in Boston set to close permanently

    It appears the bar was another casualty of the pandemic.