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A Cheers Soundtrack Volume Six
  A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Six    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
This is my final "Cheers" soundtrack, as I have one left for season 10 and the rest from the show's final season. Since it's my last one, I decided to make it a photo quiz to jazz things up. As always, just answer the questions and sing along.
Average, 10 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Oct 04 22
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  A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
"Cheers" is my all-time favorite show. No soundtrack has ever been made despite many fantastic songs; both made for the show and bigger hits. This quiz is volume two in a series of me making a soundtrack. Just answer the question and sing along.
Average, 15 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Oct 22 22
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Oct 22 22
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  A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Three    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
"Cheers" is my all-time favorite show. No soundtrack has ever been made despite many excellent songs; both made for the show and bigger hits. This quiz is volume three in a series of me making a soundtrack. Just answer the question and sing along.
Average, 15 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Oct 26 22
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Oct 26 22
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  A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Five    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
"Cheers" is my all-time favorite show. No soundtrack has ever been made despite many wonderful songs. This quiz series is me making a soundtrack. Just answer the question and sing along.
Average, 15 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Oct 15 22
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Oct 15 22
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A Cheers Soundtrack Volume One
  A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume One    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
"Cheers" is my all-time favorite show. No soundtrack has ever been made despite many awesome songs, both made for the show and bigger hits. This quiz series is me making a soundtrack. Just answer the question and sing along.
Tough, 15 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Nov 03 22
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Nov 03 22
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  A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Four    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
"Cheers" is my all-time favorite show. Despite many fantastic songs, no soundtrack has ever been made for the show. This quiz series is me making a soundtrack. Just answer the question and sing along.
Average, 15 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Sep 29 22
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Cheers Trivia Questions

1. What song by Johnny Mathis do Sam and Rebecca hear one of Rebecca's neighbors playing at the end of "Baby Balk"?

From Quiz
A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Five

Answer: Misty

Erroll Garner wrote "Misty" in 1954. Johnny Mathis recorded it in 1959, and it became his signature song. Earlier in the episode, Sam is having trouble performing, so he tells Rebecca he will get the Johnny Mathis record. She tries to get him to stay, and he says, "If we're gonna make a baby, I'm gonna need my Johnny!" Then, in the end, they decide maybe it's not a good idea, but as Sam leaves, they hear their neighbor playing "Misty." They start to kiss, and Rebecca says, "Oh, baby." Sam yells, "Stop saying that!"

2. In the cold opening of "Severe Crane Damage," Norm is banging his pencil, and soon everyone is banging, clapping, etc., in rhythm. Woody then leads them in which song?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Four

Answer: We Will Rock You

"We Will Rock You" was written by Brian May, lead guitarist for Queen, and recorded by Queen in 1977. In 2009, the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. All the other choices were also songs that Queen sang. The people at the bar started singing the song because of the rhythmic nature of the song; as Norm started banging his pencil and others joined in, it seemed natural.

3. In "'I' On Sports," Sam raps in response to a guy's complaint about what?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Three

Answer: jocks doing sports news

The words to this rap are: "Time to rap about a controversy. Gonna take a stand. Won't show no mercy. A lot of folks say jocks shouldn't be A-doin' the sports news on TV. But I don't wanna hear the latest scores from a bunch of old broadcasting school bores. So get your scores from a guy like me Who knows what it's like to have a groin injury. A g-g-groin A g-g-g-groin injury. Ted Danson rapped with Steve Guttenberg and Tom Selleck in "Three Men and a Little Lady" when Mary requested a rap song before bed.

4. In "The Bartender's Tale," Lillian, a new waitress Sam hired, leads everyone in a song called "The _____ Cliffs of Dover." What color completes the title?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two

Answer: White

"The White Cliffs of Dover" was a World War Two song written by Walter Kent and Nat Burton. Vera Lynn made a famous recording in 1942. The White Cliffs of Dover are an area on the England coast that faces the Strait of Dover and France.

5. "Where Everybody Knows Your Name" is a popular tv theme song. Who sang it?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume One

Answer: Gary Portnoy

Gary Portnoy also co-wrote the song with Judy Hart-Angelo. Portnoy is from Long Island, NY. With Hart-Angelo, he also wrote the theme songs for "Punky Brewster" and "Mr. Belvedere."

6. What song do Sam, Cliff, Norm, and Frasier sing briefly in the car in "Get Your Kicks on Route 666"?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Five

Answer: The Wanderer

Ernie Maresca wrote "The Wanderer"; it was recorded in 1961 by Dion. The guys are singing the song when the tape stops playing. Cliff tells them, "the 8-track is acting up again."

7. What song do the barflies sing after Sam beats Robin at pool?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Four

Answer: Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye

"Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" was written in 1969 by Paul Leka, Gary DeCarlo, and Dale Frasier. They then recorded it under the fictional band Steam. Leka said he was writing the song, and every time he didn't have words, he put in "na na," which is how the "na na" came about. Then later, DeCarlo added, "Hey Hey." Robin had challenged Sam to a game of pool with a one-dollar wager. Sam doesn't understand the big deal about one dollar until he wins. Then he and the others sing the song to gloat that Sam beat Robin.

8. In "Pudd'n Head Boyd," the Cranes return from their cruise, and Frasier sings, "Daylight come, and me wanna go home." How does Lilith respond?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Three

Answer: You're not the only one.

Frasier and Lilith are both stressed out from working, so Sam suggests they take a vacation. They clear their schedules to follow Sam's advice. They go on a cruise to "Nassau, St Thomas, Martinique and other exotic ports of call." They return from their trip, and Frasier has been annoying Lilith with his calypso. They go up to Melville's for lunch, and Frasier sings "The Banana Boat Song," Lilith responds with, "You're not the only one."

9. In "Fools and Their Money," what song do Sam and Woody sing because it was an old trick Coach used to keep from carrying a grudge?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two

Answer: Home on the Range

"Home on the Range" was written by Dr. Brewster M. Higley in 1872 or 1873. Higley was from Kansas, and in 1947 it became the Kansas state song. Woody was upset that Sam didn't place a bet with a bookie and then wouldn't give Woody his car. Sam told him Coach had an old trick to sing "Home on the Range" together for thirty minutes. Coach had told him that one couldn't do that and hold a grudge.

10. When Carla feels depressed that Madame Lazora is a fake, what song does she play at the piano?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Five

Answer: Greensleeves

"Greensleeves" is hundreds of years old and is a traditional English folk song. Frasier comes over and asks Carla if she wants to talk, and when she says no, he asks if she'd like him to show her the correct fingering for "Greensleeves."

11. In "Loverboyd," Sam leaves Woody with Kelly in her bedroom. At the end, it shows Sam with another woman in another apartment in the same building. They are watching a movie and singing along with the theme song. What movie was it?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Four

Answer: Ghostbusters

The "Ghostbusters" theme was written and performed by Ray Parker Jr in 1984 for the movie of the same name. Woody and Sam climbed up to Kelly's room with a ladder. However, after Woody and Kelly make up, Kelly asks Woody to get rid of Sam. When Sam leaves, he takes the ladder with him. Later, when Woody tries to leave, he hangs out the window and calls for Sam, and the camera switches to the other apartment. Sam and the woman are on her bed watching TV and singing along to the "Ghostbusters" theme.

12. When the gang at Cheers sings "Deck the Halls" on "Christmas Cheers," who plays the piano?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Three

Answer: Frasier

Woody is standing next to the piano while Frasier plays. Sam and Carla are behind the bar talking about Rebecca's dinner later. Then "It's a Wonderful Life" comes on the TV, and everyone goes to watch the end of the movie. Kelsey Grammar really does know how to play the piano, though not a professional player.

13. In "Suspicion," Carla is tired, so Sam turns the jukebox on to a song that gives Carla energy, and she dances around the bar. In the original airing of this episode, what show did she dance to?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two

Answer: Shout

"Shout" was written and recorded by the Isley Brothers. However, due to copywriter law issues in the current re-airings of the show, it was replaced with "My Mind is Gone." "My Mind is Gone" was written by Peter Williams and performed by Lil' Ed and the Blue Imperials. Sam turns on the song, and Carla starts to dance. Carla dances over to the jukebox and unplugs it, and warns Sam to leave it off.

14. In "One For the Book," Buzz, a war vet, is sad when no one else from his troop shows up for the reunion. The gang at Cheers offer to be his pals so he won't feel as alone. Which song do they sing that was made famous in WWI?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume One

Answer: Hinky Dinky Parlez-Vous

"Hinky Dinky Parlez-Vous" is also known as "Inky Pinky Parlez Vous" and as "Mademoiselle from Armentières." There are two suggestions regarding what "Inky Pinky" refers to: what children in Scotland call parsnip and potato cakes or the sound of bed springs. The second is usually preferred as the soldiers in World War I often had sex on their minds.

15. What song do Frasier and the gang (not Lilith) sing at Frasier and Lilith's house at about one in the morning?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Five

Answer: Those Were the Days

"Those Were the Days" was the English version of the Russian Song (when translated) "By the Long Road." Gene Raskin wrote the English version. Norm hurt his back when Frasier fell off the ladder and landed on him. Frasier feels guilty and has Norm stay with them so they can take care of him. However, when everyone shows up to see Norm, they don't leave and Lilith has had it. She tells Frasier to kick them out, but instead, he joins them in singing. And Norm, he felt better and had left.

16. In "Mr. Otis Regrets," when Lilith is teased about taking singing lessons, what song does she sing to prove that she's not afraid to sing?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Four

Answer: Sonny Boy

"Sonny Boy" was written by Ray Henderson, Buddy De Sylva, and Lew Brown. And as Lilith said in the episode, it was made famous by Al Jolsen. As Lilith sings the song, everyone starts to leave one by one because the song touches them. First, Cliff leaves to call his mom. Next, Norm leaves but doesn't say why. Then, Carla leaves to send her mother flowers. Woody leaves to go rent "The Jazz Singer." Frasier asks Lilith why she's never sung to him like that, and Lilith replies, "Because your breath doesn't smell like cookies."

17. When Cliff and Norm discuss the book that Frasier is reading, "Lust Justice," what song does Frasier sing when he plugs his ears?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Three

Answer: Dixie

Frasier doesn't want to hear what will happen in the book, so he sings to tune Norm and Cliff out. Later, he tells them the endings of "Citizen Kane," "Murder on the Orient Express," and who Luke Skywalker's father is. "Dixie" was written in 1859 by Daniel Decatur Emmett.

18. In "The Triangle," what Christmas song does Sam start to sing when Frasier starts to mention Sam's depression issue at the bar?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two

Answer: Jingle Bells

"Jingle Bells" was written by James Lord Pierpont in 1857. The original title was "The One Horse Open Sleigh." Sam starts to sing it because he's afraid Frasier will mention that Sam is impotent and that the others in the bar can hear. Sam is making the whole depression thing up to help Frasier at Diane's urging, but he still is concerned that even talking about not being able to have sex will cause him not to be able to have sex.

19. In "Father Knows Last," Carla is pregnant again and tries to trick Marshall Lipton (Mark King) into thinking he's the father. What song do Diane and the others sing at the end of the show as Carla is leaving the bar?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume One

Answer: You'll Never Walk Alone

"You'll Never Walk Alone," along with the other choices, are from Roger and Hammerstein's "Carousel." It is a very motivational song, and after Carla told Marshall the truth and he left, she was feeling down. She was single, had four children already, and now one on the way (fathered by her ex Nick). The gang gathered money in a pitcher to help her, and Diane started to sing, and the others joined in while Carla, with her head held high, left the bar.

20. What song plays loudly on the jukebox in the original airing of the Halloween episode, "Bar Wars V: The Final Judgement," that they can't turn off, that also plays when Sam picks up the phone?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Five

Answer: Monster Mash

The "Monster Mash" was written in 1962 by Bobby "Boris" Pickett. Boris Karloff inspired the song. Gary from Gary's Olde Town Tavern is the one who causes the song to keep playing at Cheers. It's a Halloween prank.

21. In "Grease," Sam makes fun of Robin for having to do community service. What song does he play to tease Rebecca about it in the original airing of this episode?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Four

Answer: I Fought the Law

"I Fought the Law" was written by Sonny Curtis and recorded by The Bobby Fuller Four in 1966. It was later recorded by The Clash in 1979. Rebecca is upset about Robin, and Sam turns on the jukebox to "take her mind off of things." The song he plays is "I Fought the Law." Rebecca then says she is going to "Stand By Your Man," but "I Fought the Law" plays again. She unplugs the jukebox, but Sam has a cassette player that plays the song behind the jukebox that he pulls out.

22. What song do Cliff, Norm, Frasier, and Sam sing when they crash Carla's sleepover in "Slumber Party Massacred"?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Three

Answer: Duke of Earl

"Duke of Earl" was written by Gene Chandler, Bernice Williams, and Earl Edwards in 1961. Chandler recorded it in 1962. In 2002 it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Carla is depressed about becoming a grandmother, so Rebecca, Lilith, and Lilith's friend, Dorothy, throw a slumber party to cheer her up. The guys then crash the party, singing "Duke of Earl" to try and cheer her up. Carla asks everyone to leave and says something will happen to cheer her up. Cliff bends over and splits his pants, and that is the something that makes Carla laugh.

23. What Johnny Mathis song does Cliff sing to Carla in the car after the postman's ball?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two

Answer: Misty

"Misty" was written in 1954 by Errol Garner as an instrumental. Later, lyrics were added by Johnny Burke. The song was Johnny Mathis' signature song. Carla told Cliff that Diane told her she wanted a man to sing it to her while running his fingers up and down her arm. Cliff falls for it, and when Diane returns to the car, he starts to run his finger along Diane's arm while singing "Misty" to her. Diane kicks him out of his car and drives off with Carla and Lucas (another postal worker who was Carla's date), leaving Cliff behind.

24. In the cold opening of "Someone Single, Someone Blue," Glen demonstrates that he knows all the words to what long-running western tv series?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume One

Answer: Bonanza

"Bonanza" ran from 1959-1973. Coach told Sam that some guy he talked to in the bar was on the Titanic. Sam told him to call him over when someone has exciting stories like that. Coach tells him that Glen (Paul Wilson, who later played semi-regular Paul Krapence) told him something interesting. Glen says he knows all the words to the "Bonanza" theme song and then proceeds to sing it.

25. In "Second Time Around," when Frasier and Candi want to get married, Woody plays the piano but doesn't play "The Wedding March." What does he play?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two

Answer: Heart and Soul

"Heart and Soul" was written by Hoagy Carmichael and Frank Loesser in the 1930s. Frasier, hearing the music says, "Frasier would have hated it. Fras thinks it's swell." Woody Harrelson does know how to play the piano.

26. In "Personal Business," Cliff sings which Elvis song when Norm calls Vera while the two are separated?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume One

Answer: Are You Lonesome Tonight

Norm announced earlier in the episode that he and Vera had separated, and he had an apartment in a bad area. At first, they all encourage him to look for another woman. However, when he sits at the bar wondering what Vera is doing, they encourage him to call her. While Norm is dialing, Cliff is singing "Are You Lonesome Tonight."

27. What song is Nanny G singing to the kids when she kisses Frasier in front of Sam, Frederick, and Lilith?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Five

Answer: I Wanna Shake Your Hand

"I Wanna Shake Your Hand" was written for this episode by Craig Safran, Cheri Steinkellner (then Eichen), and Bill Steinkellner. Lilith sings the song at the bar later with different words: "I wanna snatch you bald..."

28. In "Veggie-Boyd," what song does Lilith sing when Woody says, "tractor"?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Four

Answer: Tomorrow

"Tomorrow" was written by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin for the musical "Annie." Frasier has hypnotized Lilith in the past with different words making her do various things. When he says, "brie cheese," she removes her shoe. Carla says it again, and she removes the other. Then Frasier asks her, "Is that a tambourine behind you?" Lilith starts to unbutton her shirt. Woody is upset about Veggie-Boy being canceled. He says, "All I need is three tons of topsoil and a tractor." Lilith repeats "tractor" and starts to sing "Tomorrow."

29. In "Please, Mr. Postman," we learn what Cliff's favorite song is. So, what is it?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Three

Answer: Ballad of the Green Berets

The "Ballad of the Green Berets" was written in 1966 by Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler. The Green Berets are a special forces branch of the United States Army. Sadler wrote the song during Vietnam as a patriotic song. Cliff tells the others at the bar, "Anyone who isn't totally moved by that song is somebody I don't want to know."

30. In the cold opening of "Dark Imaginings," Norm sings, "Goodnight Ladies" with a group; what kind of group was it?

From Quiz A "Cheers" Soundtrack: Volume Two

Answer: Barbershop Quartet

Barbershop Quartet has four parts: lead, melody, tenor, bass, and baritone. They always sing a cappella as well. After one of the singers gets mad and quits the group, the other three try to find a replacement, and Norm says it was always a dream to sing with them. After they sing "Goodnight Ladies," they want to hire him, but Norm isn't interested because of how the dream has been fulfilled.

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