Eighteen year old Serafina, Carla's daughter, announces that she is pregnant and wants to marry the father, a retired police officer living off disability who she loves. After discussing the issue, Carla gives Serafina her blessing and her financial support for the wedding. With her connection to Hill, Carla manages to arrange for the ceremony at Melville's - she's afraid of the bad wedding karma history at Cheers - and the reception at Cheers. Despite Carla's meticulous planning to avoid any problems, a last minute Star Trek (1966) theme and some surprise guests may ruin the day for Carla.
Did You Know?
One of the episodes gags relating to the re-gifting of a set of Star Trek steak knives. A number of Cheers cast members were connected to the Star Trek franchise. Kirstie Alley co starred in Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan, while Kelsey Grammar and Bebe Neuwirth each made guest appearances on Star Trek The Next Generation. Ted Danson at the time was dating Whoopie Goldberg, who played a recurring role on Star Trek The Next Generation. Danson would also later marry Mary Steenburgon, whose ex husband Malcolm McDowell co starred in Star Trek Generations and was an uncle of Star Trek Deep Space Nine cast member Alexander Siddig. In addition, Norm inspired a nonspeaking background character named Morn on Star Trek Deep Space Nine. See more
I need to talk to you.
Carla, that is a rude and unfair thing to say. There's a million reasons why your daughter would want to talk to you.
I am pregnant.
Then again, you raised a slut.
References The Waltons
Where Everybody Knows Your Name
Written by Judy Hart-Angelo
(as Judy Hart Angelo) & Gary Portnoy
Performed by Gary Portnoy
Series theme song played over the opening credits See more