A long-gone television show has been causing real-life rancor for the last six years among federal judges, culminating in a typically scathing dissent from 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Alex Kozinski last week.

At issue: ownership of the “Norm” and “Cliff” characters from the wildly popular Cheers series, a sitcom based in a Boston bar.

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