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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11
Year: 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Good Son

16 September 1993
Having returned to his native Seattle after living for many years in Boston, psychiatrist Frasier Crane is still settling in. He now hosts a radio call-in show, something his psychiatrist brother Niles frowns upon, but all in all is quite happy. Niles has bad news for him however about their father Martin, a retired policeman who has a dodgy hip after being shot on duty. Martin had a bad fall in his bathroom and it's obvious he can no longer live alone. A reluctant Frasier agrees that his somewhat cantankerous dad can move in with him. Martin's dog Eddie is part of the package as well. Niles offers to help out by sharing the cost of a physical therapist and Martin decides he want to hire Daphne Moon, a slightly wacky Brit who claims to be somewhat psychic.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Linda Hamilton ... Guest Caller - Claire (voice)

Griffin Dunne ... Guest Caller - Russell (voice)
Cleto Augusto ... Delivery Man

Gina Ravera ... Waitress (as Gina Ravarra)

Moose ... Eddie

Season 1, Episode 2: Space Quest

23 September 1993
Still adjusting to his new home life with Martin, Daphne, and Eddie, Frasier spends a day searching for a quiet place to read his book alone.

Season 1, Episode 3: Dinner at Eight

30 September 1993
Frasier and Niles's plan to "improve" their father's tastes by taking him to a fancy restaurant rebounds on them when he takes them to his favorite place, a rustic steakhouse.

Season 1, Episode 4: I Hate Frasier Crane

7 October 1993
Frasier gets drawn into a war of words with columnist Derek Mann, leading to Mann challenging Frasier to a fight.

Season 1, Episode 5: Here's Looking at You

14 October 1993
Frasier buys Martin a telescope as a gift, leading to a long-distance relationship with a woman named Irene.

Season 1, Episode 6: The Crucible

21 October 1993
Frasier throws a cocktail party to exhibit a new painting he has bought, but is humiliated when the artist shows up and declares it a forgery.

Season 1, Episode 7: Call Me Irresponsible

28 October 1993
After Frasier advises an unfaithful man to break off with his girlfriend, the girlfriend herself angrily confronts Frasier at the station. They start dating, but Niles insists that Frasier is ethically barred from getting involved with his "patient's" girlfriend.

Season 1, Episode 8: Beloved Infidel

4 November 1993
After seeing an emotional meeting between Martin and an old family friend, Frasier and Niles begin to suspect that their father had an affair when they were boys.

Season 1, Episode 9: Selling Out

11 November 1993
Frasier signs with Bulldog Briscoe's agent, Bebe Glaser, who convinces him to do commercial endorsements.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Harriet Sansom Harris ... Bebe Glazer

Dan Butler ... Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe

Joyce Brothers ... Dr. Joyce Brothers (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)
John Drayman ... Walnut
Michael Edwards ... Almond (as Michael David Edwards)

Moose ... Eddie

Carl Reiner ... Roger (voice)

Enzo the Dog ... Eddie (uncredited)
Paul Perri ... Bill the Director (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Oops

18 November 1993
Frasier hears an office rumor that Bulldog is going to be fired; while he is repeating it to someone, Bulldog overhears, flies off the handle and quits his job, insulting the station manager. When it turns out the rumor wasn't true, Frasier must plead with the manager on Bulldog's behalf.

Season 1, Episode 11: Death Becomes Him

2 December 1993
Frasier becomes obsessed with his own mortality after a doctor his own age dies of a sudden heart attack. He begins making plans for his own funeral, and trying to discover how the man died.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane
June Claman ... Aunt Bobbie

Maddie Corman ... Gail

Stephanie Dunnam ... Mrs. Newman
Murray Rubinstein ... Allen Freedman

Shawn Huff ... Woman at Shiva
Marion Dugan ... Patient
Amy Alexandra Lloyd ... Receptionist (as Amy Lloyd)

Enzo the Dog ... Eddie (uncredited)

Brandon Johnson ... Nurse (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Miracle on Third or Fourth Street

16 December 1993
Frasier is looking forward to his first visit from Frederick in time for Christmas, but when the visit is canceled, Frasier takes out his disappointment on his family. He and Martin end up having a vicious argument, and Frasier chooses to spend Christmas Day at the station rather than at work. After spending a day listening to Seattle's loneliest and most depressed people, Frasier trudges to a seedy diner for his Christmas dinner, but gets an unexpected boost of Christmas spirit from the regulars.

Season 1, Episode 13: Guess Who's Coming to Breakfast

6 January 1994
Frasier is surprised and flustered when a neighbor spends the night with Martin, and quickly makes a fool of himself talking about it over the air.

Season 1, Episode 14: Can't Buy Me Love

20 January 1994
Frasier and Bulldog participate in a bachelor auction to benefit Martin's police association. Frasier is "bought" by a model, but spends the night of their date babysitting her 12-year-old daughter. Daphne, meanwhile, is trapped in a date with Bulldog.

Season 1, Episode 15: You Can't Tell a Crook by His Cover

27 January 1994
When Roz gets scammed by a con artist, Frasier boasts that he's too smart for such tricks. Martin challenges him to figure out which of his three poker buddies is an ex-convict. Frasier loses the bet, but Martin is appalled to hear that Daphne has made a date with the man (as is Niles).

Season 1, Episode 16: The Show Where Lilith Comes Back

3 February 1994
Lilith visits Frasier in Seattle, wondering if there's any chance of reconciliation.

Season 1, Episode 17: A Mid-Winter Night's Dream

10 February 1994
Worried that Niles's infatuation with Daphne is getting out of control, Frasier suggests that he try spicing up his sex life with Maris. Niles's attempt at role playing leads to him being kicked out of the house. Martin suggests a romantic dinner to reconcile her, and Daphne offers to prepare it. On the night of the dinner, an electrical storm traps her and Niles together in his mansion.

Season 1, Episode 18: And the Whimper Is...

17 February 1994
Frasier and Roz are nominated for a Seattle Broadcasting (SeaBea) Award, and go to extreme lengths to influence the members of the committee. On the night of the awards ceremony, Frasier is discomfited to find that his fellow nominee is Seattle radio legend Fletcher Gray, nominated eleven times before, without success.

Season 1, Episode 19: Give Him the Chair!

17 March 1994
Frasier gets rid of Martin's loathsome armchair, convincing himself that Martin will be happier with a vibrating leather recliner. When Martin angrily demands his old chair back, Frasier tracks it to an elementary school production of "Ten Little Indians," in which he must take a part in order to get the chair back.

Season 1, Episode 20: Fortysomething

31 March 1994
Frasier becomes suddenly aware of his age, and so is not sure how to react when a young woman asks him out.

Season 1, Episode 21: Travels with Martin

14 April 1994
The Cranes and Daphne go on a road trip in a Winnebago, but a quick trip across the Canadian border causes certain complications.

Season 1, Episode 22: Author, Author

5 May 1994
Frasier and Niles try to collaborate on a book about sibling relationships.

Season 1, Episode 23: Frasier Crane's Day Off

12 May 1994
Dr. Frasier Crane takes a much-needed day off from his radio psychiatry broadcast.

Season 1, Episode 24: My Coffee with Niles

19 May 1994
Frasier and Niles spend the entire episode in conversation at Cafe Nervosa.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Slow Tango in South Seattle

20 September 1994
Frasier is outraged to learn that Thomas Jay Fallow, an author acquaintance from his days in Boston, has used the story of Frasier's first sexual experience as the basis for his best-selling romance novel.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Unkindest Cut of All

27 September 1994
An irate neighbor presents Frasier with a litter of puppies which she claims are Eddie's. Frasier insists that Martin have Eddie fixed, which touches off an argument between the two over Frasier's house rules.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Matchmaker

4 October 1994
Daphne is depressed with her love life. Frasier has the idea of setting her up with Tom Duran, the new station manager, and invites Tom to his apartment for dinner. What he doesn't know is that Tom is gay, and thinks Frasier is interested in him.

Season 2, Episode 4: Flour Child

11 October 1994
Frasier, Niles, and Martin help to deliver a baby when their taxi driver goes into labor in the middle of the road. Niles decides to experiment with fatherhood by carrying around a sack of flour as an imaginary baby. Frasier's ill-considered message on an ailing employee's get-well card leads him to steal it from the man's hospital room.

Season 2, Episode 5: Duke's, We Hardly Knew Ye

18 October 1994
Frasier and Niles are surprised and pleased when Martin invites them to share a drink at Duke's, his favorite bar. Guilt overcomes them, however, when they realize that they are investors in the developer that has targeted Duke's for demolition.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Botched Language of Cranes

1 November 1994
When an on-air gaffe tarnishes Frasier's public image, he tries to rebuild it by emceeing a charity event.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Candidate

8 November 1994
Frasier and Niles disapprove of Martin endorsing a right-wing political candidate.

Season 2, Episode 8: Adventures in Paradise: Part 1

15 November 1994
Frasier starts dating Madeline Marshall, a businesswoman profiled in "Seattle" magazine. As their relationship gets more serious, he proposes a weekend trip to Bora Bora.

Season 2, Episode 9: Adventures in Paradise: Part 2

22 November 1994
After Lilith's presence on Bora Bora causes Frasier to lose control, he returns to Seattle and tries to patch up things with Madeline.

Season 2, Episode 10: Burying a Grudge

29 November 1994
Artie Walsh, Martin's estranged old partner, is in the hospital, and Frasier tries to heal the rift between them.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Lincoln Kilpatrick ... Artie Walsh - Martin's Partner
Lynne Adams ... Nurse
Paul Kent ... Dr. Sternstein
Betty Comden ... Linda (voice)
Adolph Green ... Walter (voice)

Enzo the Dog ... Eddie (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Seat of Power

13 December 1994
Niles becomes agitated when the plumber called over to fix Frasier's toilet turns out to be Danny Kriezel, his nemesis from junior high. Frasier encourages Niles to speak to Danny as one adult to another, but finds his own resolve tested when confronted with Danny's older brother Billy.

Season 2, Episode 12: Roz in the Doghouse

3 January 1995
Bulldog asks Roz to produce his show; Frasier scornfully dismisses the offer as yet another attempt to get Roz into bed. Feeling unappreciated, Roz angrily quits and works for Bulldog. Bulldog's ratings soar while Frasier's plummet, but he refuses to swallow his pride, certain that it's only a matter of time before Bulldog makes his move.

Season 2, Episode 13: Retirement Is Murder

10 January 1995
Frasier is excited when he believes that he's cracked Martin's long-unsolved case, the "Weeping Lotus" murder.

Season 2, Episode 14: Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice...

7 February 1995
Frasier's gullibility makes him a target twice over for an identity thief.

Season 2, Episode 15: You Scratch My Book...

14 February 1995
Frasier dates pop psychologist Dr. Honey Snow, trying to conceal his low opinion of her work. Niles strings Daphne along with phony stock payoffs to earn hugs and kisses from her.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Show Where Sam Shows Up

21 February 1995
Sam Malone visits Frasier in Seattle; it turns out he needs advice on whether to go through with his wedding. Complications arise when Frasier realizes that he had an affair with Sam's fiancée, Sheila.

Season 2, Episode 17: Daphne's Room

28 February 1995
Frasier casually wanders into Daphne's bedroom, making her furious with him. He apologizes, but inadvertently does it again, this time catching her naked in the shower. Meanwhile, Niles desperately tries to soften Maris after he foolishly believes her declaration that she wants no birthday party or presents.

Season 2, Episode 18: The Club

21 March 1995
Frasier and Niles put themselves forward as candidates for two vacant memberships in Seattle's exclusive Empire Club; upon learning that there is only one vacancy, they try to sabotage each other at the opening cocktail party.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

William Morgan Sheppard ... Mr. Drake (as W. Morgan Sheppard)

Mitchell Edmonds ... Mr. Spencer

Jim Norton ... Wentworth

Gary Sinise ... Sid (voice)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)
Edward Penn ... Jack Reynolds (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Someone to Watch Over Me

28 March 1995
Frasier becomes increasingly paranoid when it appears that one of his callers is stalking him. He hires a bodyguard to accompany him to the SeaBea awards.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Dan Butler ... Bulldog Briscoe

Alyson Reed ... Cindy Carruthers
Renée Lippin ... Kari
Rita McKenzie ... Mrs. Littlejohn

John Lithgow ... Madman Martinez (voice)

Enzo the Dog ... Eddie (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)
Cherie Wimberly ... Office Worker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Breaking the Ice

18 April 1995
Martin prepares for his annual ice-fishing trip, but when Duke cancels, Niles volunteers to go along, wanting a chance to bond with his father. Frasier does so too, ruminating that his father has never in his life said "I love you" to him.

Season 2, Episode 21: An Affair to Forget

2 May 1995
One of Frasier's callers, a German woman named Gretchen, suspects that her husband is having an affair with his client. Frasier suspects that the woman is Maris. When Niles finds out, he challenges the (very large) man to a duel.

Season 2, Episode 22: Agents in America: Part 3

9 May 1995
Bebe, Frasier's agent, convinces him to sham sick during his contract negotiations. After she issues an ultimatum to the station manager, the two spend a tense night at his apartment, and sleep together. The next morning, he tries to let her down gently, but then hears that she is threatening to jump from the station window.

Season 2, Episode 23: The Innkeepers

16 May 1995
Visiting a venerable old Seattle restaurant before its final closing, Frasier and Niles decide to buy the place. Disasters ensue on their opening night, including a mass walk-out by the staff, the fire sprinklers going off, and a car crashing through the wall.

Season 2, Episode 24: Dark Victory

23 May 1995
Frasier comes home in the mood to celebrate Martin's birthday, only to find he and Daphne arguing over doing his exercises for the umpteenth time, and Niles furious at him for "stealing" one of his patients. When a blackout traps the family and Roz in the apartment, Frasier gamely tries to carry on the party atmosphere.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: She's the Boss

19 September 1995
Kate Costas takes over as KACL's station manager; when Frasier angrily rejects her suggestions to improve his show, she banishes him to the midnight-4AM time slot.

Season 3, Episode 2: Shrink Rap

26 September 1995
Frasier and Niles go to a couples' therapist after their sibling rivalry makes a disaster of their attempt to run a psychiatry practice together.

Season 3, Episode 3: Martin Does It His Way

10 October 1995
The boys discover a box full of song lyrics that Martin wrote for Frank Sinatra; with their help, he sets one to music and sends it off. Frasier tries to compose a sincere eulogy for a despised late aunt, while Niles tries to find the perfect place to scatter her ashes.

Season 3, Episode 4: Leapin' Lizards

31 October 1995
Bulldog, with Kate's encouragement, plays a series of practical jokes on Frasier. Frasier tries to retaliate, but his first and last attempt sends Kate to the emergency room.

Season 3, Episode 5: Kisses Sweeter Than Wine

7 November 1995
While moving Martin's chair in preparation for hosting his wine club meeting, a tiny scratch on the floor sets off an avalanche of repair work in his apartment, sending Frasier into panic. Niles is furious and heartsick when instant chemistry arises between Daphne and his building contractor, Joe.

Season 3, Episode 6: Sleeping with the Enemy

14 November 1995
Kate cancels the annual raise for the station staff; with Roz's encouragement, Frasier organizes the on-air talent to strike, and is elected to negotiate with Kate. Their negotiation turns into a vicious argument, which turns into a passionate affair.

Season 3, Episode 7: The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl

21 November 1995
During a late-night broadcast, Kate and Frasier's overwhelming attraction to each other gets the better of them, and they are heard having sex over the air.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Last Time I Saw Maris

28 November 1995
Maris disappears without a trace for two days; when a frantic Niles finds out that she has simply flown to New York for a shopping trip, he angrily confronts her, leading to their separation.

Season 3, Episode 9: Frasier Grinch

19 December 1995
Frasier eagerly awaits a visit from Frederick for Christmas, but a crisis occurs when the gifts he has mail-ordered go astray. He has no choice but to fight his way into the mall on Christmas Eve.

Season 3, Episode 10: It's Hard to Say Goodbye If You Won't Leave

9 January 1996
When Kate announces that she is leaving to manage a station in Chicago, Frasier tries to explore the possibility of a deeper relationship with her. He follows her to the airport for a romantic goodbye, but her flight is delayed, leaving them time to find out whether they really have anything in common.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Friend

16 January 1996
Frasier sends out a radio call for a new friend, and ends up meeting Bob, a barbecue-obsessed photographer. Frasier can't stand the man's company, but because Bob is in a wheelchair, feels too guilty to dump him.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Griffin Dunne ... Bob
Ben Mittleman ... Ralph
Luck Hari ... Waitress

Diane Behrens ... Patron #1

David Jackson Willis ... Patron #2 (as David Jay Willis)

Armistead Maupin ... Gerard (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Gordon (voice) (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Come Lie with Me

30 January 1996
After Joe spends the night with Daphne, Frasier feels uncomfortable and asks her not to entertain guests in his home. Daphne proposes that she take an apartment of her own. Frasier eagerly agrees to this, looking forward to getting his study back, but changes his mind when a weekend without Daphne leads to he and Martin nearly killing each other. Niles sinks deeper and deeper into denial as his separation from Maris leads to his shutout from his circle of high-society friends.

Season 3, Episode 13: Moon Dance

6 February 1996
On Martin's advice, Niles asks a woman to a high-society ball, but panics when he realizes he can't dance. Daphne gives him lessons in Frasier's apartment, and the two of them have a great time. When Niles's date cancels, Daphne goes with him to the ball, and they dance a passionate tango.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Christine McGraw ... Lacey Lloyd

Hank Stratton ... Andrew Lloyd

Nancy Stafford ... Claire Barnes
Michael G. Hawkins ... Conductor

Jodie Foster ... Marlene (voice)

Enzo the Dog ... Eddie (uncredited)
Luck Hari ... Waitress (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Show Where Diane Comes Back

13 February 1996
Diane Chambers visits Frasier in Seattle to promote a play she has written. Frasier decides it is time to vent his feelings about how much pain he felt when Diane left him at the altar. However, he forgets to when Diane breaks down in the middle of dinner and confesses her life is a wreck, and she needs his help again.

Season 3, Episode 15: A Word to the Wiseguy

20 February 1996
The police issue a warrant for Maris's arrest after she fails to pay a stack of unpaid parking tickets. To help their reconciliation, Niles goes to a local "fixer," Jerome Belasco. Jerome solves the problem, but wants a favor in return: Frasier must advise Jerome's fiancée, Brandy, to marry him right away.

Season 3, Episode 16: Look Before You Leap

27 February 1996
In honor of February 29th, Frasier encourages the people around him to "take a leap" and do something outside their comfort zone. Unfortunately, their attempts result in failures and make him have doubts about his own leap.

Season 3, Episode 17: High Crane Drifter

12 March 1996
After a day and a half of experiencing other people's rude and inconsiderate behavior, Frasier reaches saturation point when a man casually steals his and Niles's table at Cafe Nervosa. Frasier ejects the man from the café. Next day, he is hailed as a hero in the paper, but is horrified when his act sparks off a series of "etiquette lessons" by people all over Seattle.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

John Cygan ... Doug Harvey

Mark Benninghoffen ... Video Clerk (as Mark Benninghofen)

Troy Blendell ... Curtis
Naomi ... Woman
Paul Cosimano ... Waiter (as Paul Cusimano)

Joan Allen ... Lydia (voice)

Billy Barty ... Chris (voice)

Eric Idle ... Chuck (voice)

Jerry Orbach ... Mitch (voice)

Jane Pauley ... Rochelle (voice)

Katarina Witt ... Brenda (voice)

Enzo the Dog ... Eddie (uncredited)
Marsha Kramer ... Anne (voice) (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)
Laura Robinson ... Lynette (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Chess Pains

26 March 1996
Frasier buys an elaborate antique chess set, but becomes obsessed by his inability to win against Martin.

Season 3, Episode 19: Crane vs. Crane

9 April 1996
Niles eagerly agrees to appear as an expert witness at the capacity hearing of an elderly timber baron, knowing that the proceedings will be televised. The man approaches Frasier for a second opinion. Frasier agrees to meet with the man, and finds him perfectly sane, leaving him no choice but to testify against Niles in court.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Donald O'Connor ... Harlow Safford
James Winkler ... Mr. Giroux (as James Winker)
Neil Vipond ... Judge
Baron Kelly ... Bailiff
Debbi Fields ... Beth (voice) (as Mrs. Fields)

Enzo the Dog ... Eddie (uncredited)
John Lizzi ... Safford's Son (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Police Story

23 April 1996
Frasier pursues an attractive police officer who pulls him over. When he and Martin track her down to a cop bar, she comes on to Martin.

Season 3, Episode 21: Where There's Smoke, There's Fired

30 April 1996
KACL's new owner, an eighty-five year old Texan with a nationwide chain of radio stations, has a job for Frasier: make his fiancée quit smoking. Frasier reels when he realizes the woman is Frasier's agent, Bebe Glaser.

Season 3, Episode 22: Frasier Loves Roz

7 May 1996
When Roz is depressed about her love-life, Frasier advises her to look for a less-flashy, more substantial kind of man. He is alarmed when she starts dating one of Niles's patients, a compulsive womanizer. Frasier can't tell her the truth without violating doctor-patient confidentiality, but his oblique hints about the subject lead Roz to conclude that Frasier is romantically interested in her.

Season 3, Episode 23: The Focus Group

14 May 1996
Frasier's show is aired to a focus group. Eleven out of twelve people have nothing but good things to say, but Frasier becomes obsessed with the twelfth man. Niles repeatedly tries to provoke Daphne after getting turned on by a fierce argument with her.

Season 3, Episode 24: You Can Go Home Again

21 May 1996
On the third-year anniversary of Frasier's show, Roz gives him a tape of their first broadcast. Frasier listens to it, flashing back to his rough first day on the job, and his rougher attempt on the same day to reconnect with Martin.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Two Mrs. Cranes

17 September 1996
Daphne's ex-fiancé, Clive, visits her in Seattle to declare his continuing love for her. Rather than tell him the truth, that she can't see a future for them, she pretends to be married to Niles.

Season 4, Episode 2: Love Bites Dog

24 September 1996
Roz sets Frasier up with her friend Sharon, but Bulldog steals her away. After spending the weekend with her, Bulldog shocks both Frasier and Roz by falling in love with her. Martin searches for the maker of his classic shoes.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Impossible Dream

15 October 1996
Frasier is tormented by a recurring erotic dream in which he wakes up in a cheap hotel bed with Gil Chesterton. He desperately searches for any psychological explanation besides the obvious one.

Season 4, Episode 4: A Cranes' Critique

22 October 1996
Frasier and Niles are thrilled to catch sight of T.H. Houghton, a reclusive author from their youth. They are aggravated, however, when Martin forms a friendship with the man but they are consistently unable to meet him.

Season 4, Episode 5: Head Game

12 November 1996
Frasier takes a leave of absence, and Niles fills in on his show for a week. Giving some brief advice to one of Bulldog's guests, a basketball player, Niles turns his game around. Niles is elated to be the center of attention from fans, and from Martin. He later realizes that the player's improvement has less to do with Niles's advice than a belief that ruffling his hair brings good luck.

Season 4, Episode 6: Mixed Doubles

19 November 1996
Joe breaks up with Daphne, and Niles eagerly decides to make his move. Frasier advises him to wait a day. Niles does, but is crushed when Roz takes Daphne to a singles bar and she meets a man. What makes it weird is that the man, Rodney, looks, dresses, talks, and acts exactly like Niles.

Season 4, Episode 7: A Lilith Thanksgiving

26 November 1996
Frasier, Martin, and Niles fly to Boston for Thanksgiving. Frasier and Lilith go together for an interview with the principal of an exclusive boarding school, hoping to gain a spot for Frederick. They are so dogged that the principal agrees to admit Frederick if they both promise that he'll never lay eyes on either of them again.

Season 4, Episode 8: Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven

9 December 1996
Martin accompanies Frasier and Niles to their favorite restaurant, where Frasier heaps praise on the hideous paintings that the owner has bought to secure a good table. Martin and the boys get into a fight over who should pay the check. Later, Martin feels bad and makes up by buying Frasier one of the paintings. Frasier can't bear to tell him the truth. Meanwhile, Niles's spineless side is on display in response to Maris's underhanded tactics to draw guests away from a party he's throwing on the same night as hers.

Season 4, Episode 9: Dad Loves Sherry, the Boys Just Whine

7 January 1997
Maureen, Martin's policewoman girlfriend, breaks up with him. Martin is delighted, and takes up with Sherry, a barmaid at McGinty's. Frasier and Niles can't stand the woman, but neither has the guts to say so.

Season 4, Episode 10: Liar! Liar!

14 January 1997
Frasier feels guilty when he finds out that a prank they played in prep school led to a bully being expelled. Frasier tracks the man down, and finds out he is in prison.

Season 4, Episode 11: Three Days of the Condo

21 January 1997
Frasier runs for condo board president, against the tyrannical Ms. Langer. Niles lends his apartment to Martin for a romantic evening with Sherry, but inadvertently walks in on the two of them in flagrante.

Season 4, Episode 12: Death and the Dog

11 February 1997
Eddie is feeling depressed, and Martin calls a dog psychiatrist. Frasier and Niles make fun of the idea, but ruminating about the possible reasons for Eddie's funk leads them to dwell on all the reasons to be unhappy with their own lives.

Season 4, Episode 13: Four for the Seesaw

18 February 1997
Frasier and Niles, on a whim, share a table at Cafe Nervosa with two attractive women, which develops into a double date and then a weekend trip to the country.

Season 4, Episode 14: To Kill a Talking Bird

25 February 1997
Niles invites his new neighbors over for a dinner party, but has trouble removing his new pet bird from the top of his head.

Season 4, Episode 15: Roz's Krantz & Gouldenstein Are Dead

11 March 1997
Roz is sentenced to community service for a speeding ticket. Visiting elderly people in a retirement home, she panics when one, and then another of her charges dies suddenly.

Season 4, Episode 16: The Unnatural

1 April 1997
Frederick comes to visit Seattle. Hearing Bulldog planning the station team's softball game, Frederick wonders why Frasier isn't playing. Bulldog covers and says Frasier is a great athlete. Frederick wants to see his dad play, and Frasier, rather than let him down, tries to learn to hit a ball in two days. Niles is eaten up with jealousy when Daphne's innocent fondness for Frederick allows for more intimate contact than he's ever experienced.

Season 4, Episode 17: Roz's Turn

15 April 1997
A vacant time slot opens at the radio station, and Roz applies for a job hosting her own show. Frasier muses aloud that he'll be sorry to lose her as his producer. Unfortunately, Bebe overhears, and sabotages Roz. In contrition, Frasier asks Roz what he can do to make it up to her. She tells him to fire Bebe.

Season 4, Episode 18: Ham Radio

22 April 1997
Frasier tries to direct an old-time radio drama for KACL, but his over-directing turns the show into a complete disaster - just as Niles predicted.

Season 4, Episode 19: Three Dates and a Breakup

29 April 1997
Frasier hosts a benefit party at his apartment, and is ecstatic when three women come on to him. However, his first date is ruined by Sherry's obnoxious intrusion. The next morning, he is surprised to see Martin and Sherry fighting, and then break up. Daphne tries to adopt an American accent. After a chance meeting with a gossipy high school friend, during which she looks less than her best, Roz becomes obsessed with trying to find him again and impress him.

Season 4, Episode 20: Daphne Hates Sherry

6 May 1997
During a heat wave, Sherry's constant presence at the apartment gets on Daphne's nerves. They get into a serious fight, and she storms out of the apartment. Unable to find another place, she asks to spend the night with Niles. Frasier tries to fight off the flu.

Season 4, Episode 21: Are You Being Served?

13 May 1997
Niles suggests to Maris that they go into marriage counseling; she responds by serving him with divorce papers. Daphne tries to throw out a box of Martin's unused junk. Frasier and Niles look through it and find an old scientific journal by their mother. She observes that Frasier has a fear of physical contact, and Niles is easily cowed by females. Niles confesses that he returned the divorce papers with a groveling note begging Maris to take him back. While Maris is away, he and Frasier sneak into her mansion to steal them back.

Season 4, Episode 22: Ask Me No Questions

20 May 1997
Over coffee at Cafe Nervosa, Niles asks Frasier if he thinks Niles and Maris are meant to be together. Frasier typically over-analyzes the question, turning to everyone for advice, and obsessing about the proper answer to the point of obliviousness to anything else.

Season 4, Episode 23: Odd Man Out

27 May 1997
Frasier's loneliness is brought into sharp focus during an evening when all his family and friends have a date except him; eating alone in a restaurant, the last straw comes when a man at the next table proposes to his fiancée, to the applause of everyone. Frasier finds himself drawn to a mysterious woman's voice when she leaves a wrong-number message on his machine. He goes to meet her at the airport. She is pleased to meet him, but confesses that she's married. Though he is disappointed, Frasier is still pleased with his own adventurousness, and on a whim he boards a plane for Acapulco.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane
Tom Astor ... Waiter
Layne Beamer ... Husband

Kris Edlund ... Amanda

Joshua J. Greene ... Ethan (as Joshua Greene)

Lisa Guerrero ... Woman at Airport (as Lisa Coles)

Linda Hamilton ... Laura
Miles Marsico ... Johnny
Carl Reggiardo ... Maitre D'
Dulcy Rogers ... Woman with Chair

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Frasier's Imaginary Friend

23 September 1997
Frasier brings back a supermodel girlfriend from his trip to Acapulco. Unfortunately, he has some trouble convincing his friends and family that she is real.

Season 5, Episode 2: The Gift Horse

30 September 1997
For Martin's 65th birthday, Frasier and Niles engage in their yearly competition to buy him the better gift. They keep one-upping each other, until Frasier makes the ultimate sacrifice and buys Martin a humongous big screen TV. Niles, however, trumps him by buying Martin his old patrol horse, Agides.

Season 5, Episode 3: Halloween

28 October 1997
Roz confesses to Frasier that she thinks she's pregnant. Niles hosts a costume party for the Library Association, with everyone dressed as literary characters. Frasier lets the news slip at the party. Niles, who is getting drunk, overhears it and misconstrues it to mean that Frasier has impregnated Daphne.

Season 5, Episode 4: The Kid

4 November 1997
Learning she is pregnant, Roz breaks the news to the baby's father, a 20-year-old waiter at Cafe Nervosa.

Season 5, Episode 5: The 1000th Show

11 November 1997
Frasier's show marks its 1,000th broadcast. In celebration, the mayor declares "Frasier Crane Day" and arranges a public rally at the Space Needle. Frasier acts embarrassed by the fuss, but his true feelings are revealed when a series of mishaps frustrates his and Niles's attempts to get to the rally.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

Dan Butler ... Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Mark Blum ... John
Tom Chick ... Waiter (as Tom W. Chick)
Melora Marshall ... Female Fan
Demene E. Hall ... Conductor
Allen Galli ... Male Fan
Charlee Baugh ... Schoolgirl
Norman B. Rice ... Himself - Mayor of Seattle
Wendy Bones ... Space Needle Fan (uncredited)

Julie Guevara ... Bus Driver (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Matt Tucker ... Seattle Fan (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Voyage of the Damned

18 November 1997
Frasier agrees to give a celebrity lecture on a cruise to Alaska, and invites Niles and Martin along. Trouble ensues when Maris also comes along, and spots a flirtatious society friend coming on to Niles.

Season 5, Episode 7: My Fair Frasier

25 November 1997
Frasier dates Samantha, a high-powered attorney. He and his family become confused when it is clear that he is not the one "wearing the pants" in their relationship.

Season 5, Episode 8: Desperately Seeking Closure

9 December 1997
After Sam breaks up with Frasier, he obsesses over her possible reasons.

Season 5, Episode 9: Perspectives on Christmas

16 December 1997
While receiving massages for their holiday stress, each member of the Crane family relates the story of the last few days, with subtle differences based on their own perspectives. Martin rehearsed a song with an impossibly high note to appear in a Christmas pageant; Daphne overheard him talking about it and mistakenly thought he was dying; Niles ruined his brand-new suit while trying to escape from a stuck elevator; and Frasier mistakenly let slip to Roz's mother that she was pregnant just before they appeared together as Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Season 5, Episode 10: Where Every Bloke Knows Your Name

6 January 1998
Bored with his usual routine, Frasier shuns Niles's company and becomes taken with the "Fox and Whistle," a British pub Daphne frequents.

Season 5, Episode 11: Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do

13 January 1998
Daphne finds an engagement ring in Martin's drawer. Appalled at the prospect of having Sherry for a stepmother, Niles hires a private detective to check out her background. Furious, Frasier orders the investigation called off, but not before the detective reports that Sherry has no less than six ex-husbands. Worried that she is unable to maintain a relationship, the boys try to drop hints to Martin. Martin angrily informs them that he's known about her other marriages from the beginning. It turns out, though, that Martin has decided to break up with her because he knows she isn't interested in marrying again.

Season 5, Episode 12: The Zoo Story

20 January 1998
While the station is re-negotiating everyone's contract, Frasier refuses to re-sign with Bebe, and instead chooses as his agent an earnest do-gooder named Ben. He finds his resolve tested when Ben's angle, to connect Frasier's public image with a rare crane at the zoo, goes embarrassingly wrong.

Season 5, Episode 13: The Maris Counselor

3 February 1998
Niles is optimistic about his progress with Maris under their new marriage counselor, Dr. Schenkman. Deciding to surprise Maris with a nooner at her house, he is devastated to find Schenkman already waiting in her bed. He tells Niles they plan to get married. Niles finally decides to end his marriage. Martin looks forward to a date with an attractive neighbor, but it turns out his date is with her 86-year-old mother.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane

Bob Dishy ... Dr. Schenkman

Amy Van Nostrand ... Janice

John Waters ... Roger (voice)

Rob Reiner ... Bill (voice)
Bess Myerson ... Mary (voice)
Kristen Lowman ... Linda (uncredited)

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: The Ski Lodge

24 February 1998
Roz wins a weekend at a ski lodge, and trades it to Frasier. Daphne invites along her friend Annie, a swimsuit model. Frasier is taken with her, but she is interested in Niles. Added to the mix is their very handsome French ski instructor, Guy. Daphne is taken with him, but he is interested in Niles. That night, confusion runs rampant.

Season 5, Episode 15: Room Service

3 March 1998
Brian, Lilith's husband, leaves her (for a man). Distraught, she comes to Seattle intent on seducing Frasier. He does his best to resist her, and she ends up sharing a night of passion with Niles. Frasier discovers them in her hotel room the next morning.

Season 5, Episode 16: Beware of Greeks

17 March 1998
Frasier's cousin, Nikos, is getting married. His mother Zora, Frasier's aunt-by-marriage, has blacklisted the Crane family since Frasier advised Nikos to follow his heart in choosing his career (which meant dropping out of medical school to be a street juggler). Knowing that Martin misses his brother, Walt, Frasier begs Zora for forgiveness, and she joyfully invites them to the wedding. Niles is less than thrilled, knowing that it means seeing their man-hungry Cousin Yvonne again. At the rehearsal dinner, Frasier is troubled. To him it is obvious that Nikos misses his old girlfriend, and that his wealthy fiancée is only aiming a barb at her snobbish parents. He is hesitant to speak out, knowing that Zora will dismember him if he does.

Season 5, Episode 17: The Perfect Guy

24 March 1998
Dr. Clint Webber, the station's new host on health issues, is not only dazzlingly handsome, but also an Oxford graduate, a gourmet chef, a star athlete, and a polyglot. Frasier makes a pretense of friendliness, but after a while admits his jealousy and searches for a flaw, any flaw, in Clint's seeming perfection. Martin makes fun of a gourmet foods store that Niles frequents, and its French proprietor, Robert, but is forced to apologize when Eddie becomes hooked on the store's dog food.

Season 5, Episode 18: Bad Dog

7 April 1998
Bulldog becomes a hero when he appears to thwart an attempted armed robbery at the café. Only Frasier saw what really happened: mistaking a different man for the robber, he pulled Roz in front of him as a human shield, inadvertently spilling his coffee on the actual robber. When Bulldog basks in his acclaim and refuses to confess, Frasier prepares an elaborate surprise to draw out his conscience at the SeaBea awards.

Season 5, Episode 19: Frasier Gotta Have It

21 April 1998
Frasier has a torrid affair with Caitlin, a young artist. Their physical chemistry is perfect, but Frasier feels guilty when he realizes they have nothing else in common. Overpowering lust distracts his attempts to break up with her, until a night at her apartment when she reveals some of her crazier habits.

Season 5, Episode 20: First Date

28 April 1998
Daphne overhears Niles talking about the woman he loves without realizing it is her. When she asks him who it is, his courage fails and he randomly names a neighbor woman, Phyllis. Daphne offers to prepare dinner for both of them at his apartment. While working together, they enjoy each other's company so much that Niles is prepared to tell her the truth, until the real Phyllis shows up at the door.

Season 5, Episode 21: Roz and the Schnoz

5 May 1998
Roz stays with Frasier while her new apartment is being painted, and panics when she receives a message from Rick's parents, her baby's future grandparents. Frasier invites them for dinner. Both parents have enormous noses, and the Crane family spends the whole evening desperately trying to hide their laughter.

Season 5, Episode 22: The Life of the Party

12 May 1998
Fed up with their pathetic love lives, Frasier and Niles throw a singles party at Niles's apartment. They are soon at odds over the same woman. Martin tries dyeing his hair to appear younger for the party.

Season 5, Episode 23: Party, Party

19 May 1998
Frasier tries repeatedly to arrange a date with a young woman he met at the opera, but is late time and again because of some accidents. On the last night before she leaves Seattle, she agrees to meet him, but Frasier must find a way to escape from his own surprise birthday party. Niles preens over his new relationship with Allison, Frasier's attractive neighbor, but panics when he finds out that Allison is married, to a gun-crazy big game hunter.

Season 5, Episode 24: Sweet Dreams

19 May 1998
On their way home, Frasier and Daphne join a protest outside a condemned bookstore. When the police start arresting the protesters, including Daphne, Frasier panics and flees. Feeling guilty, he impetuously takes a stand against the station's new policy of reading on-air advertisements. The new station manager, Kenny Daly, takes his cause to a higher authority, and is fired. Frasier and a group of the on-air talent protest directly to Mr. Martin, the station owner. Frasier gives a speech on believing in principles and following one's heart. Inspired, Mr. Martin announces that he is changing the station's format from talk to salsa music, leading to the firing of all the on-air talent.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Good Grief

24 September 1998
Frasier deals with the loss of his job as though it were a loved one, moving through the five traditional stages: denial, anger, bargaining, grief and acceptance, each with some weird results.

Season 6, Episode 2: Frasier's Curse

1 October 1998
Frasier's high school reunion comes around, but he has come to believe that a curse will hit him with some fresh misfortune, as it has for every previous reunion.

Season 6, Episode 3: Dial M for Martin

8 October 1998
With Frasier home all day, he and Martin get into explosive arguments. Roz suggests that Martin move in with Niles for a while. Niles is as enthused at the idea as Frasier was six years before, but changes his mind rapidly when he realizes Daphne will be coming too. Then she announces that Martin's hip has improved enough for her to find another job. After a series of minor accidents, Martin becomes afraid that Niles is trying to injure him on purpose.

Season 6, Episode 4: Hot Ticket

16 October 1998
Frasier and Niles are obsessed with getting tickets to the final performance of a sold-out play. Since they are less concerned with seeing the play than with being *seen* seeing the play, they are too embarrassed to take tickets from the cancellation line, and instead try to fake having seen it, at a society party where the play's lead is the guest of honor.

Season 6, Episode 5: First Do No Harm

29 October 1998
Martin sets Frasier up with Duke's gorgeous daughter, Marie. Their relationship blooms, but after a while he becomes suspicious that she is only interested in free therapy.

Season 6, Episode 6: Secret Admirer

5 November 1998
An anonymous person leaves an expensive gift in Frasier's squash bag, with a note pleading for a second chance. Thinking he has a secret admirer, Frasier excitedly calls a host of old girlfriends, in spite of the fact that he's already in a promising new relationship with Nancy, a former co-worker. A second gift arrives, and it turns out the woman is Maris. Dr. Schenkman has dumped her, and she wants Niles back. Frasier finds out the truth, but too late; a string of return messages arrives in the middle of his date, destroying his relationship with Nancy. Niles tells Maris their marriage is over for good, and she vows to bleed him penniless in their divorce proceedings.

Season 6, Episode 7: How to Bury a Millionaire

12 November 1998
Maris repossesses Niles's car and his legal bills exceed his salary. He is forced to drive a hatchback and give up his apartment at the Montana for a tiny studio at the "Shangri-La."

Season 6, Episode 8: The Seal Who Came to Dinner

19 November 1998
When Niles' Gourmet Club has its annual "Golden Apron Awards", Niles decides to throw a dinner party in hopes of obtaining the illustrious apron. He and Frasier break into Maris' beach-side cottage to hold the festivities, but an unexpected guest makes matters rather difficult for the two of them.

Kelsey Grammer ... Dr. Frasier Crane

Jane Leeves ... Daphne Moon

David Hyde Pierce ... Dr. Niles Crane

Peri Gilpin ... Roz Doyle

John Mahoney ... Martin Crane
Christopher Durang ... Sebastian Melmoth

Catherine Dent ... Claudia Kynock
Arnie Burton ... Chef Marcel
Marilyn Child ... Gretchen Koontz
Raymond Hanis ... Officer McLean
Eugene Lee ... Officer Athanis

Susie Park ... Pam

Susanne Blakeslee ... Party Guest

Moose ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Roz, a Loan

10 December 1998
While in between jobs, new-mother Roz finds herself in financial trouble and Frasier allows her a loan of fifteen hundred dollars. But Frasier soon begins to suspect that her spending of the money is somewhat irresponsible and decides to confront Roz about it. Meanwhile, KACL dumps their all-Salsa format and rehires the old team.

Season 6, Episode 10: Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz

17 December 1998
While shopping for Christmas gifts, Frasier is set-upon by a stylish Jewish woman, Helen, who asks Frasier take her daughter Faye on a blind date. He begrudgingly accepts and is pleasantly surprised when Faye turns out to be exactly what Frasier wants in a woman. But it turns somewhat sour when, on Christmas eve, Faye and her mother stop by Frasier's apartment. Helen is unaware that Frasier is not Jewish and so he and the family must pretend that they are to survive Helen's visit.

Season 6, Episode 11: Good Samaritan

7 January 1999
Frasier has become fed up with the way the modern world treats good Samaritans. His son Freddie comes to visit and one night, while driving home, Frasier stops to help a woman stuck in the rain, only to discover that she is a prostitute.

Season 6, Episode 12: Our Parents, Ourselves

21 January 1999
Frasier and Roz set his father Martin up with her mother Joanna on a "blind date". Afterwards, Martin announces that he never wants to see her again while Joanna cannot wait to see Martin a second time. It all comes to a head when Frasier invites Roz and Joanna over to watch the Superbowl, but Martin has invited Bonnie, a waitress from McGinty's, whom he is interested in dating.

Season 6, Episode 13: The Show Where Woody Shows Up

4 February 1999
Frasier's old bartender at Cheers in Boston, Woody, shows up in Seattle to visit his old friend. Things turn bad after their first night reunion when Frasier realizes that he has moved on with his life and left Woody in the past.

Season 6, Episode 14: Three Valentines

11 February 1999
Three different act long stories following Frasier, Daphne, Niles and Martin on Valentine's Day. Niles prepares for a date at Frasier's apartment, but ends up lighting the apartment on fire. Martin and Daphne, both dateless, head out for dinner. Frasier is confused as to whether or not his date with Cassandra, a promotional manager at KACL is just a business meeting or actually a date.

Season 6, Episode 15: To Tell the Truth

18 February 1999
Niles' and Maris' divorce proceedings heat up and Niles hires Roz's ex-boyfriend Donny Douglas, a cut-throat lawyer who soon has Maris' legal team on the ropes. However, when Maris claims that Niles was in love with another woman through their marriage, Niles fears he may have to come clean about his crush on Daphne.

Season 6, Episode 16: Decoys

25 February 1999
Niles, still reeling from Daphne and Donny's new relationship, wins Maris' old cottage in the woods from the divorce. In an attempt to win Daphne from Donny, he invites Roz and Donny up to the cabin in hopes that their old relationship might spark some new feelings.

Season 6, Episode 17: Dinner Party

11 March 1999
Frasier and Niles decide to host a dinner party at Frasier's apartment. It becomes more complicated than either of them could have imagined and it leads them to think that maybe the brothers are spending too much of their time together.

Season 6, Episode 18: Taps at the Montana

25 March 1999
With the divorce with Maris finally settled, Niles moves back into his luxurious apartment in the Montana. But when the tenant Frasier chose to let the apartment comes under attack, Niles is subject to severe scrutiny from the Montana Board, who tell Niles that they are considering kicking him out of the building once and for all. In an attempt to wrangle the support of the Board back to his side, Niles decides to throw a dinner party for the members, but with disastrous results.

Season 6, Episode 19: IQ

8 April 1999
Frasier and Niles' long time competitiveness is reawakened at a silence auction where the two spend eight thousand dollars for a lunch with three Nobel Prize winners. Determined to find the root of the fierce competition, the two remember an old IQ test they took to which they never found out the results. The brothers dig through their childhood papers and find the IQ test. Now the only question is which one of them has the higher points?

Season 6, Episode 20: Dr. Nora

29 April 1999
Frasier's radio show is doing well in its ratings, and KACL has decided that another show in the same genre would do well. They ask Frasier to hire another doctor to fill the slot and he is immediately taken with an intelligent woman named Dr. Nora. Frasier is suddenly shocked to realize that Dr. Nora is not all that she appeared to be.

Season 6, Episode 21: When a Man Loves Two Women

5 May 1999
Fraiser has begun dating Cassandra Stone, the beautiful woman whom he spent Valentine's Day with. Everything is going well until Faye Moskowitz comes back to town and Frasier remembers how much he enjoyed spending time with her. He begins to date both women but soon discovers the prestigious dating level is not all it is cracked up to be.

Season 6, Episode 22: Visions of Daphne

13 May 1999
Martin sees Donny buying an engagement ring for Daphne and, while relaying the information to Frasier, accidentally tells the bride-to-be herself. When Niles finds out, he is absolutely devastated. The next day, Daphne comes to Niles' office saying that she had a vision that she should not marry Donny and that the man of her dreams is waiting for her somewhere.

Season 6, Episode 23: Shutout in Seattle: Part 1

20 May 1999
Part One of Two. In the wake of Daphne's engagement to Donny, Niles becomes frequently distant, leading Martin and Frasier to believe that he has run back to his ex-wife Maris. Meanwhile, Martin begins dating Bonny the waitress, and as his relationship with Faye deepens, Frasier begins having Fruedian slips, continuously referring to her as Cassandra, the woman Frasier was dating before Faye.

Season 6, Episode 24: Shutout in Seattle: Part 2

20 May 1999
Part Two of Two. Niles has started dating Kit, a wild waitress from Cafe Nervosa. Frasier becomes increasingly worried about Niles when he begins to adopt Kit's wild, free-spirited approach to life. Meanwhile, Martin is upset with Bonny when her dog, Lady, begins dominating Eddie and Frasier is even more worried about his situation with Faye when Cassandra begins popping back into his life.

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Momma Mia

23 September 1999
Frasier starts dating Mia Preston, a children's book author. Everyone except him realizes she is the spitting image of his and Niles's mother, Hester.

Season 7, Episode 2: Father of the Bride

30 September 1999
Daphne complains about her mother's pushiness in planning her wedding. Frasier makes a Freudian slip that leads her to think that he and Martin are offering to pay for her wedding, which she joyfully accepts. Before long, Frasier becomes even more domineering than her mother. Niles, depressed about Daphne's impending nuptials, decides to try a dating service and is elated to be matched with an attractive blonde named Sabrina. But Frasier learns from Donny that the service in question is actually a call girl ring.

Season 7, Episode 3: Radio Wars

7 October 1999
Frasier is repeatedly made the butt of phone pranks by KACL's new comedy team, "Carlos and the Chicken." When the team announces a contest for a covert photo of Frasier's hindquarters, he decides to retaliate by composing an oration, a move ridiculed by his family and friends.

Season 7, Episode 4: Everyone's a Critic

14 October 1999
When Niles lands a job as a magazine art critic, Frasier is jealous.

Season 7, Episode 5: The Dog That Rocks the Cradle

21 October 1999
After losing his job at KACL, Bulldog is delivering pizzas. Seeing how well he gets along with Alice, Roz offers him a job as a babysitter. After a while, she finds that he is driving away her dates so he can declare his own feelings for her. Martin, pressured by his sons, makes arrangements for his own burial.

Season 7, Episode 6: Rivals

4 November 1999
No one at the station can stand the owner's airhead daughter, Poppy, but Niles finds himself taken with her. Frasier finds a half-naked woman in his apartment, and she introduces herself as his new neighbor. Both brothers start dating, but a misunderstanding leads both of them to conclude that they are competing for the same woman.

Season 7, Episode 7: A Tsar Is Born

11 November 1999
The rift between Martin and his sons' tastes is bridged when they find they are all fans of "The Antique Roadshow." The boys have a great time watching it on TV, and when the Roadshow comes to Seattle, they all go. Martin takes along an old family heirloom, a rather ugly pewter clock. Frasier and Niles are stunned to hear that it was originally made for the Romanovs (the Russian royal dynasty). Believing the clock is a link to their own royal blood, Frasier and Niles launch an investigation into its origins.

Season 7, Episode 8: The Late Dr. Crane

18 November 1999
A minor fender-bender sends Frasier to the hospital. While waiting, Niles hears the name of Maris's plastic surgeon, Mel Karnofsky, and decides to confront him about a billing error. An annoying man bores Frasier into leaving the office, and the man uses Frasier's name to jump the line. Niles is surprised to find that Mel is actually a woman, with whom he has a lot in common. The man at the hospital dies suddenly, and Frasier is mistakenly thought dead for a day. He takes it as a wake-up call, doing his best to live live to the fullest every day. Niles doesn't have the nerve to ask Mel for a date, so instead he has repeated cosmetic surgeries from her.

Season 7, Episode 9: The Apparent Trap

18 November 1999
Lilith and Frederick come to Seattle for Thanksgiving dinner with the Cranes. Frederick maneuvers Frasier and Lilith into spending an evening together, and they begin to suspect that he is trying to get them back together. Or is he just trying to guilt them into buying him a moped?

Season 7, Episode 10: Back Talk

9 December 1999
On his birthday, Frasier is seized with crippling back pain. Niles wonders if he's stressed, and while recovering at home, Frasier muses aloud about why he's unhappy. One reason is that he's still single, and he will miss Daphne's companionship after she gets married. Daphne, overhearing, misunderstands him to mean that he has feelings for her. Frasier resolves the confusion, but while he's doped up on painkillers, lets slip to Daphne the truth about Niles's feelings for her.

Season 7, Episode 11: The Fight Before Christmas

16 December 1999
Daphne is unsure how to deal with Niles's feelings for her. Roz assures her there's nothing to worry about: Niles has a girlfriend now, and she's engaged to Donny. However, Niles has a meeting with Maris to console her over the loss of a friend, a meeting that he keeps secret from Mel. Frasier lets slip the secret, and Mel angrily breaks up with Niles, making Daphne very nervous. Frasier's Christmas party competes with one thrown by his rival neighbor, Cam Winston.

Season 7, Episode 12: RDWRER

6 January 2000
Frasier tells Roz about his family's adventure on the Millenial New Year... Chez Henri, where they planned to spend it, burned down, so they drove toward Sun Valley in Martin's Winnebago, for a party thrown by a wine club friend. Hijinks ensue en route, starting when a drowsy Niles boards the wrong Winnebago at a truck stop.

Season 7, Episode 13: They're Playing Our Song

13 January 2000
All the on-air personalities are writing jingles to introduce their shows. Frasier typically overdoes when crafting his.

Season 7, Episode 14: Big Crane on Campus

3 February 2000
At Cafe Nervosa, Frasier runs into his unrequited high school crush and former prom queen, Lorna Lynley (Smart). The courtship gives Frasier a chance to live up the high school glory days that he never had.

Season 7, Episode 15: Out with Dad

10 February 2000
Frasier plans to introduce himself to a beautiful woman he has seen at the opera, but brings Martin along to the opera so as not to look lonely. The woman's mother takes a shine to Martin, and he pretends to be gay to deflect her advances. Frasier makes his overture, and Emily comes to his apartment for a nightcap, bringing along her uncle, Edward, as a date for Martin.

Season 7, Episode 16: Something About Dr. Mary

17 February 2000
When Roz takes a vacation, Frasier hires Mary, a producer fresh out of of training, to fill in for the week. Soon, Mary starts taking over Frasier's show, but Frasier is hesitant to say anything because she's black. Meanwhile, Niles shows off his new kick-boxing skills with disastrous results.

Season 7, Episode 17: Whine Club

24 February 2000
Frasier begins to think that Niles' new girlfriend may be slightly manipulative, a suspicion that is brought to the forefront when Niles suddenly announces he wants to run against Frasier to be the prestigious Corkmaster of their wine club.

Season 7, Episode 18: Hot Pursuit

23 March 2000
Frasier and Roz share a room at a broadcasting conference, which is notorious for being a meet market. However, both strikeout miserably and return to the room dejected. The combined effects of both their recent dating dry spells and their respective new looks (Frasier has beard stubble and Roz tries on a blonde wig) cause them to seek each other for companionship. Martin takes on a stakeout job at Donny's request, but Niles has his concerns.

Season 7, Episode 19: Morning Becomes Entertainment

6 April 2000
Frasier's show is pulled off the air for a week, supposedly to give a new talk show a try, but Frasier has figured out the real reason: leverage against him in his contract negotiations with the station. Thinking two can play that game, Bebe lines up a one-week guest spot on AM Seattle, a morning TV talk show, for him and Roz. When Roz shows up on Monday with a raging fever, Bebe steps in as his co-host. They're such a hit that the TV station wants them on a permanent basis, which fame-struck Bebe desperately wants while Frasier wrestles with decision. Meanwhile, Martin begrudgingly accepts that his vision is failing and agrees to get glasses, but embarrassingly chooses women's frames.

Season 7, Episode 20: To Thine Old Self Be True

27 April 2000
Frasier learns that comely neighbor Regan Shaw has recently become available again, but is shy about approaching her because his previous encounters with her resulted in him looking foolish. Meanwhile, Donnie is looking for someone to organize his bachelor party, but balks when Frasier offers, due to his stuffy perception. Out to prove he can be "just one of the guys", Frasier auditions a stripper for the event, only to become handcuffed to her. Unable to get them off, he desperately tries to hide his predicament from both Daphne, who is against a raunchy bachelor party, and Regan.

Season 7, Episode 21: The Three Faces of Frasier

4 May 2000
Frasier is honored to have his caricature hung on the wall of his favorite Italian restaurant, but is less than pleased with the likeness.

Season 7, Episode 22: Dark Side of the Moon

11 May 2000
In a session with her therapist, Daphne recalls (through flashbacks) a series of unfortunate events following the surprise shower that her fiancé, Donny, threw for her.

Season 7, Episode 23: Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 1

18 May 2000
Part One of Two. Daphne's wedding is approaching and Niles becomes even more apprehensive when he and Mel decide to take a trip together. He feels it is too early in the relationship to go away with her but, after a therapy session with Frasier, decides to take the risk. While the two are away, Daphne finally tells Frasier that she may have feelings for Niles. Upon his return, much to the shock of the rest of the family, Niles announces that he and Mel eloped and are now husband and wife, leaving Daphne devastated.

Season 7, Episode 24: Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2

18 May 2000
Part Two of Two. It is the night before Daphne and Donny's wedding and her entire family, as well as Frasier, Martin, Roz and Niles have arrived at the Wayside Inn, where the wedding is to take place. As much as he tries, Niles realizes that he is nowhere near over Daphne at all and he decides to lay it all on the line and tell Daphne how he feels once and for all.

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon: Part 1

24 October 2000
After Niles and Daphne run out on her wedding, they return to do the honorable thing and face their jilted lovers. Donnie and Mel each seek some sort of revenge: Donnie sues Daphne, and then threatens to sue Frasier as well for his part in the affair; Mel promises Niles his divorce, but only after he agrees to put in some public appearances with her as newlyweds.

Season 8, Episode 2: And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon: Part 2

24 October 2000
The tension of Donnie's lawsuit and Mel's demand that Niles and Daphne not be seen in public together (which nixes their planned first date) erupts in a major fight among Frasier, Niles and Daphne. Frasier vows never again to meddle in their affairs, but comes up with a plan to help smooth things over.

Season 8, Episode 3: The Bad Son

31 October 2000
Frasier uses his father as a pawn in order to date the attractive owner of a home for senior citizens. Niles and Daphne plan a picnic during which to watch a meteor shower, but are accidentally separated at the crucial moment.

Season 8, Episode 4: The Great Crane Robbery

14 November 2000
Frasier adopts the role of cultural mentor to Todd Peterson, a Silicon Valley billionaire who's just become the station's new owner. Unfortunately, Peterson simply copies Frasier's tastes - and worse, gets all the credit. Meanwhile, Mel makes fresh demands upon Niles before agreeing to their divorce.

Season 8, Episode 5: Taking Liberties

21 November 2000
Frasier hires a butler to take over for Daphne's housekeeping duties, now that she is Niles' girlfriend. However, Mel continues to forbid them to be seen in public, and when she unexpectedly shows up at a party at Frasier's house and ruins Niles and Daphne's planned evening out, it proves to be the last straw.

Season 8, Episode 6: Legal Tender Love and Care

28 November 2000
Frasier hires an attractive lawyer, Abigail Michaels, to handle his lawsuit with Donnie, but he suddenly drops the lawsuit. To celebrate, the Cranes all take Abby out to dinner, where they happen to run into Donnie. He explains that he dropped the case because he has become engaged to a client of his, but Daphne fears that he might just be on the rebound, and checks in on him for closure...at his wedding ceremony. Meanwhile, Frasier's budding relationship with Abby is going great, except for the exorbitant legal bill she charged him for her minimal services.