How ‘Cheers’ Made Her ‘Cocky’ and Prepared Her for the Future

The end of the NBC comedy Cheers was emotional for everyone. Some had been on the show for all 11 years. Some joined the cast along the way. For Kirstie Alley, Cheers had been six years but still made a monumental impact on her work. At the time of the Cheers series finale in 1993, Alley said being on Cheers made her feel cocky.

L-R: George Wendt, Kelsey Grammer, and Kirstie Alley | NBCU PhotoBank

The Los Angeles Times spoke with the cast of Cheers in 1993 ahead of the final episode. Alley shared her thoughts on what a tough act Cheers would be to follow.

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