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Frasier Crane visits his therapist and reminisces over the events of the past 11 years since his move from Boston to Seattle, in a clip show designed to commemorate the event of the last ever episode of Frasier (1993).
British sketch show which aired in 2000 which actually had lee mack in it. they completely copy all of the sketches which were used in the British version, and is a lot less funny. The acting is poor and the dialog is cheap. i expected a lot more from Kelsey grammar who really isn't that bad at acting. the actors are not natural enough, and it is evident through their body language and the way they deliver their lines that it has been over rehearshed, it basicaly lacks the spontinaety that the original British version had. lee mack was also a lot funnier in the British version, i feel that his American co stars are bringing him down to a certain degree. i know that this may sound harsh but i see no need for this show to be remade as it was
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