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The Gift of the Woodi 

Rebecca, self professed as "too darn beautiful", is looking to Lilith as her new fashion role model in getting ahead in the business world. However, what works for Lilith works for Lilith. ... See full summary »

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Rebecca, self professed as "too darn beautiful", is looking to Lilith as her new fashion role model in getting ahead in the business world. However, what works for Lilith works for Lilith. Cliff wants to go into business himself marketing his new product, the beetabaga, a cross between a rutabaga and a beet. Meanwhile, Woody is getting closer to corporate as he dates Kelly Gaines, the daughter of one of the VP's. It's Kelly's birthday and Mr. Gaines invites Woody to her party. The gang at the bar thinks Mr. Gaines' invitation is just to put Woody in a bad light in Kelly's eyes as Woody can't afford to buy Kelly an expensive gift to which she's accustomed. In fact, she does get one expensive new car after another as birthday gifts. Frasier suggests a gift from the heart, which Woody does give with all his heart and voice. As much as Kelly likes what Woody gives her, she is still wondering where her real present is. Unless Woody can convince Kelly that an ATM is not an infinite source ... Written by Huggo

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The title is taken from the classic short story "The Gift of the Magi" by O. Henri. See more »

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Dr. Frasier Crane: [talking to Woody] I remember when I was courting a certain beauty. I wrote her a poem. It wasn't a great piece of literature, but it expressed my feelings honestly. I recall reciting the last lines when we were sitting on a fire, basking in our love: "Your lips are a flame that consumes me / and the candle that lights my way."
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: Frasier, love...
Dr. Frasier Crane: Yes, dearest?
Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane: I never heard that drivel before in my life.
[then dumps cocktail onto Frasier's pants and leaves]
Dr. Frasier Crane: [nervous] I wonder whose lips those were.
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The Gift of the Woodi (#7.19)
6 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Woody goes to Kelly's birthday party and can't get her an expensive gift. He writes a song for her but Kelly doesn't understand that this is a gift and asks him where the present is. He is all upset but she can't understand what being poor means. Only after he gets her some jewelry with all the money that he has does she get what it means that he has no money.

A nice episode that so well combined sweet and funny. I really felt bad for Woody but his song was so funny and adorable it was great. Just like his conversation with Kelly.

Another great addition to the episode is Lilith teaching Rebecca how to be a tough business woman. Every moment of it has a great joke.


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