NBC, 1982-1993. A group of material from the series Cheers, comprising approximately 17 television scripts written by David Lloyd, most bound with brads in Paramount wrappers, including the episodes "Cliff's Rocky Moment" (1983), "Just Three Friends" (1983), "Diane's Nightmare" (1985), "The Stork Brings A Crane" (1989), "Sam Ahoy" (1989), and "Fifty-Fifty Carla" (1990); three framed Emmy Award® nomination certificates for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series for the episodes "Diane's Perfect Date" (1983), "The Homicidal Ham" (1983), and "Sam Turns the Other Cheek" (1984); approximately 25 set stills; a scrapbook of photos and news clippings commemorating the 200th episode; and various Cheers merchandise including but not limited to an embroidered denim jacket and scarf, a tote bag, four souvenir pins, and a Tiffany & Co. sterling silver bookmark engraved 'Cheers 1983-1984'.
Scripts: 11 x 8 1/2 in. (each)
Frames: 11 x 9 in. (each)
With an all-star ensemble cast that included Woody Harrelson, Ted Danson, Shelley Long, and Kelsey Grammer, Cheers was one of the most popular television series on air during its eleven seasons. As a writer on the show for 25 episodes David Lloyd received three Emmy Award® nominations for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series.
The Estate of David Lloyd