The Cranes have received some devastating news: their one-year old son, Frederick, is intellectually average, the manifestation of which is that he has yet to utter his first word. Lilith thinks that it's because they as parents don't spend enough time with him. Lilith decides that she will be a stay at home Mom. When Lilith uncovers her domestic inabilities, Frasier takes over. But Frasier's idea of care-taking his son is to take him to Cheers and hang out with the guys, of which Lilith is unaware. Lilith is depressed that she sees Frasier as a better parent than her, that is until she finds that he has spent the day with Frederick at the bar. Nonetheless, Frederick's stay at Cheers has an unexpected but in Lilith's mind successful outcome. Meanwhile, Rebecca receives a dirty love letter from Robin, which is making her pine for some physical contact with him. Unfortunately for her, he is not allowed conjugal visits. Carla thinks Rebecca should make her next visit with Robin a ...
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When Norm walks in the bar he complains to the gang that they are installing parking meters "up there." This would suggest that the meters are something new to the area. But in the episode Rebecca Redux, 4 episodes before this one, while Sam is going out to get groceries for the bar, Carla gives Sam some change and tells him to feed her meter. See more
In the final scene, Lilith orders a Manhattan. The drink Sam makes for her appears to be an Old Fashioned. See more
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane
I feel like a failure - a failure as a mother, ergo as a woman and a person. Do you make a drink for failures here at Cheers?
Ah, hold on a sec. Phil, what are you drinking?
References The Andy Griffith Show