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One Hugs, the Other Doesn't 

For Frederick's second birthday, Sam takes him, and by association Frasier and Lilith, to a Nanny G concert, she being a famous children's entertainer. Woody tags along just because he ... See full summary »



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For Frederick's second birthday, Sam takes him, and by association Frasier and Lilith, to a Nanny G concert, she being a famous children's entertainer. Woody tags along just because he loves Nanny G. Someone else unexpected once loved Nanny G as well. At the theater, Frasier is certain that he knows her from somewhere, and he finally figures out that she is really Nanette Guzman, his first wife about who he has never told Lilith. Frasier and Nanette married and divorced when they were very young - when Frasier was still in medical school - and he hasn't seen or thought about her since then. When Nanny G wanders through the audience, she instantly recognizes him, a fact Frasier, Lilith and the rest of the audience obviously realize when Nanny G passionately kisses Frasier. Lilith is angry, but Frasier and Nanette apologize to her. As an act of good faith, Nanny G offers to perform at Frederick's private birthday party. Lilith reluctantly lets it happen despite the fact that the ... Written by Huggo

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30 January 1992 (USA)  »

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First appearance of Frasiers original wife, Nannette G, though she is played by two different women in Frasier. See more »


[Carla is talking on the telephone]
Carla Tortelli-LeBec: [yelling] This is sick. Just stop harrassing me. You'll get your money when I'm good and ready. And if you try to contact me at the workplace one more time, I'm going to turn you over to the authorities.
[Carla slams down the telephone]
Carla Tortelli-LeBec: [to Norm] Jerk!
Norm Peterson: Which one of your kids was that?
Carla Tortelli-LeBec: That was not one of my kids. I don't talk to my kids that way.
Cliff Clavin: Bill collector then, huh?
Carla Tortelli-LeBec: No, it was my mother. Her social security check is late. Like it's my fault that she's ...
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References Matlock (1986) See more »


Music by Craig Safan
Lyrics by Cherie Steinkellner (as Cheri Eichen) & Bill Steinkellner
Performed by George Wendt, John Ratzenberger & Woody Harrelson
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One Hugs, the Other Doesn't (#10.16)
26 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

For Frederick's second birthday the Cranes take him to a concert by Nanny G. Frasier recognizes her on stage and turns out it is his first wife. She ends up giving him a kiss. To calm Lilith down Frasier gets Nanny G to the bar to apologize and also have a concert for the neighborhood kids, but it doesn't end as well as planned.

One of the great Cranes episodes! I absolutely love Lilith in it, her scary song in the bar, the way she was beating up Nanny G in the middle of the bar, all of it was perfect.

Woody being a big Nanny G fan was also kind of cute, was very much like his character and didn't go over the border to become annoying. Another cute part was Norm with that kid that looked very much like him sitting on the bar stool.

And Emma Thompson was a great guest star for this role. Very big contrast to Lilith, although I still love Lilith more

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