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Norm, Is That You? 

The Cranes are having their apartment redone and have called in renowned designer, Ivan. They've also got Norm doing the prep work and painting. However, Ivan's ideas are all form and no ... See full summary »

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The Cranes are having their apartment redone and have called in renowned designer, Ivan. They've also got Norm doing the prep work and painting. However, Ivan's ideas are all form and no function. On top of that, he's snobbish and dictatorial. So they fire him. Inadvertently, Norm, by just moving a chair in their living room so that he can spackle a wall, causes Lilith and Frasier to gush about the great placement of the chair in its new location. Norm really does show his talent for what he calls color and "where to place the ottoman", and he is hired to design the Crane's apartment, which he wants kept secret from everyone at the bar. The design turns out to be exactly what Lilith and Frasier want. The Cranes recommend Norm to their yuppie friends of friends, Kim and Robert Cooperman, who also want their place redone. Norm's initial meeting with the Coopermans doesn't start off well. It's because, as Frasier tells him, the Coopermans are snobs who expect their designers, to use ... Written by Huggo

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8 December 1988 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the movie Norman... Is That You? (1976). See more »

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Cliff Clavin: You know Rebecca, I don't know why you're so concerned about your figure. You know, back in the Renaissance times, full figured women were revered.
Norm Peterson: Get out.
Cliff Clavin: It's true. Yeah, yeah, artists would only paint big, voluptuous women. In fact, that's how they got rid of a lot of their old paint.
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Norm, Is That You? (#7.6)
4 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Norm paints Lilith and Frasier's home and gives them some decorating advice which they love and get them to decorate their home. They also have friends who love it and want to redecorate their house. But they want their decorator to be gay. For the job Norm pretends to be one. Only then he has to "come out of the closet".

What an awesome episode. Norm pretending to be gay was genius. The little hand thing he did when he first started to play this part was great. So was him saying that Carla is a transsexual. And him introducing them to Sam and the "btw,we are lovers" line and the reaction of Sam to it were perfect.


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