Diane convinces Sam to go to Frasier with fake depression symptoms so that Frasier can analyze him and get his confidence back as a psychiatrist. But Frasier comes back with a diagnosis ... See full summary »

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Diane convinces Sam to go to Frasier with fake depression symptoms so that Frasier can analyze him and get his confidence back as a psychiatrist. But Frasier comes back with a diagnosis that Sam's depressed because he's still in love with Diane. Written by jgp3553@yahoo.com

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Diane's recreational reading: Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens. See more »

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Frasier is served a mug of beer with a tall head. In the next shot, the head is gone. See more »

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Sam Malone: As long as you don't think I'm in love with you.
Diane Chambers: Well, I don't.
Sam Malone: All right.
Diane Chambers: Not entirely.
[pauses as Sam glares at her]
Diane Chambers: At all.
[pauses]
Diane Chambers: Much.
[pauses]
Diane Chambers: Not a bit.
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The Triangle (#4.15)
14 May 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Diane wants to make Frasier feel more confident about his profession and asks Sam to pretend he is a problem so Frasier can give him advice. But Frasier diagnoses him as being in love with Diane. And when Diane and Sam have a conversation about what their conversation would be like they have a fight when Frasier comes in. but he still says they are both in love with each other.

Ah good episode. Frasier's character is absolutely great and he was making me laugh a lot. Also loved the scene of Diane and Sam in the office after Frasier leaves. Them being quiet and the way they looked was great acting.


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