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Nicholas Colasanto had trouble remembering his lines and would write them all over the set.For Cheers: Coach Buries a Grudge (1984), he wrote his line "It's as if he's still with us now." on the wooden slats to the right of the front door.The picture had hung in Colasanto's dressing room and he considered it a good luck charm.In the final scene of the series as Sam closes up the bar he adjusts the picture in a memorial to the actor.
John Ratzenberger was the only cast member to attend Nicholas Colasanto's funeral.
NBC would not allow the entire cast to take a break from filming to fly to Providence, Rhode Island where Colasanto's funeral was held.
According to Ted Danson, the cast was so angry that some even threatened to quit.
After Nicholas Colasanto who played Coach passed away, a picture of the Native American leader Geronimo was put on the wall of the elevated alcove behind the bar.
After Colasanto's death, the cast would touch the slat where he wrote that line every time they entered the set.
Sometime later, the set was repainted and Colasanto's writing was painted over.