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The central character of the series, Sam, a former relief pitcher for the Boston Red Sox baseball team, is the owner and bartender of the bar called "Cheers".
He is also a recovering alcoholic and a notorious womanizer.
Sam has an on-again, off-again relationship with the bar waitress Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) for the series' first five seasons until her departure from the series.
Then he tries to seduce Diane's replacement, Rebecca Howe (Kirstie Alley), who frequently rejects his advances.
She dropped off the items with the Red Cross, and as she was leaving, she saw a couple sorting through the wreckage of their home while their children watched.
Kathryn had a few toys left, so she stopped and offered to play with the kids for a while.
They were so affected by the terrible events in their own backyards that they immediately stepped up to lend a helping hand to other disaster victims—one stranger at a time. Kathryn, her three other children and her husband survived.
Some academics considered Sam an example of satirizing masculinity.
For slavery among Native Americans, see Slavery among Native Americans in the United States.
Sam also appears in "The Show Where Sam Shows Up", a crossover episode of the spin-off Frasier. Producers decided to give Danson the role for primarily his scenes with Shelley Long as Diane.
Critical reception for the character has been mostly positive.