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Frasier
   is a spin-off from   
Cheers
The Tortellis
   is a spin-off from   
Cheers
Cheers
   is set in   
Boston
Frasier Crane
   appears in   
Cheers
The Blue Boyd of Happiness
   is a fictional beverage from   
Cheers
Blue mixed drink invented by Woody Boyd in Cheers. At first, he recreated the Blue Moon mixed cocktail. Later, he invented a tasty, perfect drink but by then was so exhausted he'd forgotten the recipe he used.
Screaming Viking
   is a fictional beverage from   
Cheers
half of a potato in a glass of vodka
Open Grave
   is a fictional beverage from   
Cheers
A concoction Carla Tortelli fixed for Diane Chambers in the first season episode 'Truce or Consequences' on the TV sitcom Cheers, by pouring various hard liquor liberally and almost randomly into a mixer.
The Bar in Cheers
   can be found at   
112 ½ Beacon Street, Boston
The real-life bar is at 84 Beacon Street
My Chemical Romance
   released the album   
Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge (2004)
¡salud!
   is translated as   
Cheers
Cheers
   in German is   
Prost
1968
   the award was won by   
Three Cheers for the Paraclete by Thomas Keneally
Cheers
   appears in   
Cheers
Gary's Old Town Tavern
   appears in   
Cheers
This bar was the main rival for Sam Malone and the gang at Cheers
Cheers
   has the theme tune   
Everybody Knows Your Name
Sung by Gary Portnoy
Cheers Good Health
   in Luxembourgish is   
Prost Bon Appetit
.Gudden Appetit!
Cheers
   final episode was called   
One for the Road
The Cheers
   performed   
Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots
1955, US #6
Rihanna
   released the single   
Cheers (Drink To That) (2011)
Cheers
   in Danish is   
Skål
1993
   was the year   
TV Show "Cheers" Ended
Cheers!
   means   
Propino Tibi Salutem!
şerefe!
   means   
Cheers!






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