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Friday 18 June 1993
'The endearing thing about Cheers is that they are all losers . . . Very few American shows get through to the credits without someone assuring someone else that they are a winner or a fighter or, at worst, a survivor.' Nancy Banks-Smith, Guardian.
'(The) final instalment lived up to expectations - an almost impossible task . . . Bright and sharp as ever.' Marcus Berkmann, Daily Telegraph.
Maisie Williams single-handedly rises to the challengeTV
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