But my favorite Cheers Christmas moment was not in one of these episodes. It was in a regular season 4 episode called "Cliffie's Big Score.
Take a gander:
Woody Boyd: [the telephone at the bar rings and Woody picks it up] Cheers. [pauses to listen] Yes ma'am, right away.
Woody Boyd: [to Carla] There's some lady screaming her head off.
Carla Tortelli: What she want?
Woody Boyd: I don't know. All I can make out was two-timing.
Carla Tortelli: [yells] Sam. Telephone.
Carla Tortelli: Woody, listen up and learn something.
Sam Malone: [Woody hands the telephone to Sam] Sammy here.
Sam Malone: Oh, hey, I thought you'd like those flowers.
Sam Malone: Yeah, no, no, that sounds like my note, "Thanks for a wonderful evening Barbara, I had a great time."
Sam Malone: Well of course I know your name's Karen.
Sam Malone: Ah, you know, I see your mistake here. You see, you didn't realize that to me Barbara means Karen.
Sam Malone: Well, because, because, ah, because Barbara reminds me of Barbra Streisand, and you know that song about people.
Sam Malone: Well, I am getting to it. Um, you know the line "first be a person who needs people"? Well, who was the first person?
Sam Malone: Well, all right, no, no, the first female person was Eve. And who's the most famous Eve of all but Christmas Eve, right?
Sam Malone: Yeah, what do you do on Christmas Eve but you go carolin', right?
Sam Malone: No, I know, I know your name's not Caroline. But after you go carolin', what you do is you 'karen' in the gifts.
Sam Malone: Yeah, yeah, well, apology accepted, sweetheart. Talk to you in a bit.