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Good Girls, Bad Boys - A psychological study written by Lilith Sternin Crane (Bebe Neuwirth), a tightly-wound psychiatrist on the sitcom CHEERS/NBC/1982-93.

Bebe Neuwirth as Lilith Sternin Crane

Originally entitled "A Cross-Sectional Study of Control Group Females with a Tendency Towards Self Destruction Vis-A-Vis Damaging Relationships with Members of the Opposite Sex," Lilith's editor changed the title to a more marketable "Good Girls/Bad Boys."

Lilith appeared on Boston's Channel 13 program "Tea Time With Brenda" to promote her book. Sitting in the audience was her "good boy" husband Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) and their "bad boy" friend Sam Malone (Ted Danson).

During the discussion Lilith got sexually aroused in describing a typical "bad boy" and threw herself at Sam, almost depantsing him with her teeth before they cut to commercial.

After being humiliated on television, Frasier feeling inferior because he was a "good boy," was found sitting at Cheers tavern compiling some notes for a book of his own: "Nice Psychiatrists Who Marry Castrating, Schrew, Battle-Ax Harridan Fishwifes."

To prove he too could be "dangerous," Frasier ran around the bar shouting "Look at me, I'm running with scissors." He later picked up a biker chick to help rid himself of his "good boy" persona.


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