Frasier and Lilith announce that they are moving in together and as the instigators of the relationship, they invite Sam and Diane over as their first dinner guests. Just prior to Sam and Diane's arrival, the new couple analyze their relationship and who manipulated who into doing what, which starts an evening long argument. As Sam and Diane arrive, the evening goes on a roller coaster of emotions, the major downturn initiated by a secret revealed by Diane. Thus Diane becomes the third member embroiled in the emotional battle for the evening. The dip and the apartment main floor powder room play key roles in how those emotions manifest themselves. Frasier believes that he has the ultimate answer to the evening's problems. Written by
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The title of the third episode from the first season of "Frasier" has a similar title, "Dinner at Eight". It the the episode where Frasier, Niles, and Martin go to Martin's favourite steakhouse. See more
[Carla catches Sam and Diane in a lie in not babysitting for her
[to Sam, angrily
So, you and Diane have 'this thing Wednesday night', huh? Why don't you just come out and say it: you don't want to spend an evening alone with my kids.
, Diane Chambers
We don't want to spend an evening alone with your kids.
Neither do I.
References I, Claudius
Written by Graham Nash
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
& Bebe Neuwirth
with Shelley Long See more