Woody has developed a disease: Home-Shopping-Channel-itis. He has just discovered the channel's existence, and can't stop buying stuff from it. He realizes the stuff he is buying is crap, but just can't help himself. Although it doesn't cure his desire, his credit card company helps him out as he is over his credit limit, forcing him to go cold turkey. Meanwhile, Norm and his accomplice Cliff have decided to be puppet masters by putting people in situations they know will cause a conflict. They first start with Rebecca and Carla with a work situation. Their next target is Sam and Frasier. Frasier and Lilith are in the bar for drinks with some work colleagues and Frasier is going to pay with his gold credit card. Norm and Cliff manage to get the credit card number and report the card stolen to the credit card company just before Sam is about to call for authorization for Frasier's purchases at the bar. When Sam calls, the company informs Sam that he can't accept the card because it's ... Written by
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When Frasier quips, "Lilith is the Dorothy Parker of this particular round table," he is making reference to the Algonquin Round Table, a collection of writers, actors, humorists, and other celebrated creatives in New York City that attended daily lunches at the Algonquin Hotel to trade jokes, witticisms, and wordplay, as well as spur collaborative energy. The group met daily from 1919 until 1929, and included dozens of members over the years, Dorothy Parker being among the core group. See more
Frase, uh, just out of curiosity, what did you have for dinner? Let me guess.
[opens Frasier's kitchen door and takes a few deep breaths
Ah, porterhouse steaks smothered with mushrooms, green beans with sliced almonds, some apple brown betty, and decaf cappucino.
Dr. Frasier Crane
Actually, we had Chinese brought in.
[sniffs around himself
Ah, it must be in my coat.
Autumn in New York
Written by Vernon Duke
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more