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Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Comedy / Drama
Original Title: Uncle Sam Wants You
Director: James Burrows
Writers: Glen Charles,Les Charles
Released: 1982–1993
Duration: 30min
Video type: TV Episode
Rebecca is at another crossroads in her life. She knows that she doesn't want to do the bar shtick for the rest of her life, but is now unsure what she wants to do. Regardless, she goes on one job interview after another, each time dooming herself to failure. Meanwhile, Sam has been spending a lot of time lately with the Cranes. More specifically, he has been spending a lot of time with Frederick. Each day, Sam arrives at their house a little earlier and leaves a little later. Frasier and Lilith finally tell Sam directly that he shouldn't be spending that much time with their son. Sam understands, but not until after the revelations that Sam likes kids and that Frederick now considers Sam more a father than Frasier. Later, Sam admits to himself that he wants to be a dad, but doesn't yet have an idea who the mother will be. Late one evening, Sam dozes off while watching Blue Hawaii (1961) on TV. In his dream, Sam gets a message directly from Elvis Presley about what he should do to ...
Episode cast overview:
Ted Danson Ted Danson - Sam Malone
Kirstie Alley Kirstie Alley - Rebecca Howe
Rhea Perlman Rhea Perlman - Carla Tortelli
John Ratzenberger John Ratzenberger - Cliff Clavin
Woody Harrelson Woody Harrelson - Woody Boyd
Kelsey Grammer Kelsey Grammer - Dr. Frasier Crane
George Wendt George Wendt - Norm Peterson
Bebe Neuwirth Bebe Neuwirth - Dr. Lilith Sternin
Pete Willcox Pete Willcox - Elvis
Christopher Graves Christopher Graves - Frederick Crane
Kevin Graves Kevin Graves - Frederick Crane
Tress MacNeille Tress MacNeille - Daria
Paul Willson Paul Willson - Paul Krapence

This episode would be the last to credit Bebe Neuwirth (Lilith Crane) as a guest star. For the tenth season, she would be upgraded to a starring role.

"Cheers" finished its ninth season as the Number One show on television in 1990-91. The show would also take home another armful of Emmys, including its fourth for Best Comedy Series.

The title comes from the World War I and World War II recruitment posters showing the picture of Uncle Sam telling people that he wants "YOU for the Unites States' Army.

Also titled as: Elvis Ex Machina.