A slot machine is accidentally sent to the bar. Everyone is hooked on playing it, which for them is not a bad thing as the machine is paying out to everyone, that is except to Rebecca. She sees her losing streak on the machine as a metaphor of her life. Feeling sorry for her, Sam has the machine rigged to pay out to Rebecca to make her feel better. That act doesn't quite come out as planned. Fortunes seem to be on the upswing for Norm. A stint on a beer tasting survey panel parlays itself into a paid position at the brewery as a quality taste tester. Norm is in seventh heaven and doesn't even feel the need to get paid for such work. The position is on a trial probation basis and Mike, Norm's supervisor, assures Norm that he has the job permanently despite having an interview with the company president, Mr. Hoffmeyer, which is just a formality. The formality may not be quite so when loser Rebecca gets indirectly involved. But Rebecca's slot machine experience and Norm's interview show ...
Did You Know?
The monument outside where Norm takes the survey is the Boston's Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument of 1877, which served as a model for Civil War monuments across the country. It was also one of the first to memorialize ordinary foot soldiers. Located on Flagstaff Hill in Boston Common. See more
When Frasier plays the slot machine, he hits the jackpot with three bunches of cherries. In the next shot, the reels on the slot machine have changed position. See more
Listen, if you don't mind, right now I've been tasting beer all morning, OK, so I'm just going to take a break, change my clothes and go over to Cheers and hoist a few.
Whoa. You're kidding, right?
Yeah. These clothes'll be fine.
This Old Man
Performed by George Wendt See more