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.
John Ratzenberger's incredible run with Pixar started 25 years ago with the studio's first feature "Toy Story."
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
“Stick to your guns. Not always easy to be under fire but always easier than going against your own integrity," the former "Cheers" added.
John Ratzenberger talks about many of his 21 roles in Pixar movies, from "Toy Story" to "Incredibles 2."
'Cheers' co-creator James Burrows on being surprised by Ted Danson's desire to leave the show 25 years after the series finale.
John Lithgow visited "Watch What Happens Live," where he revealed celebrated roles he's turned down during his illustrious career.
Actor takes us on a tour of his greatest hits, from "Cheers" to "White Men Can't Jump" to "Hunger Games" to "True Detective."
We here at Yahoo Superfan TV have put together a list of the top 10 TV bars. So grab a frosty mug, pull up your favorite barstool, and settle in.
It’s hard to imagine what that might look like these days, but who wouldn’t want to see Harrelson reprise his role as the dumb but lovable Woody Boyd?
At long last, superfans of TV quiz shows and visual pop albums can rejoice. On Tuesday, "Jeopardy!" brought those two worlds together when they used “Becky With the Good Hair” as one of the categories, an obvious nod to queen bee Beyoncé’s 2016 visual album, "Lemonade."
On Sunday, NBC aired the Paley Center Salutes NBC’s 90th Anniversary. The look back at the history of the network included some of TV’s biggest stars reliving their favorite moments from their shows.
Woody Harrelson is now a veteran actor known for starring in films like Kingpin, The People vs. Larry Flynt and The Messenger (and soon the Star Wars Han Solo spinoff), but it turns out when he was just about to get his big break in the business, he had a harrowing experience. Harrelson, at the Sundance Film Festival with his latest film Wilson, dropped by The Hollywood Reporter’s Sundance lounge where he revealed that he had been robbed at gunpoint early on in his career. Harrelson said the man took his money, and then demanded the keys to the car.
2016 was a banner year for TV revivals, as such beloved series as Full House, Gilmore Girls, and The X-Files climbed out of the cancellation graveyard to once more consume their fans’ brains and eyeballs. The 10-episode revival will reunite the entire original cast, including Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally, along with legendary director James Burrows. It’s hard not to be tickled at the thought of catching up with Will and Grace after 17 years, in the same way that spending time with Mulder and Scully and Lorelei and Rory tickled the nostalgia bone.
On The Late Show, the host said Denver voters approved a law allowing bars and restaurants to let customers use marijuana and claimed he had the ad promoting it.
Election Day is here at last, and the fractious nature of this year’s cycle means that we’re going to be spending much of Nov. 8 glued to our news station of choice as the future occupant of the Oval Office is decided. But you’re going to need a break from our real-world election at some point during the day, especially before the trickle of results turns into a flood in the evening hours. With that in mind, we’ve assembled a list of 10 election-themed episodes and storylines you can binge on in between poll results. Battlestar Galactica (Hulu)
You could say Kelsey Grammer is the most successful sitcom actor of all time - playing Dr. Frasier Crane for 20 years on Cheers, Frasier, and Wings. When Yahoo SuperFan sat down with Grammer for his 2016 animated film, Storks, we thought we’d ask him how he feels about the state of sitcoms today.