It's the morning after Rebecca's drunken spree, where she admitted to herself and Sam that she didn't love Robin, and that she was going to call off the wedding. However, what a little sobering up will do for the memory: she remembers nothing about that night and neither calls off the wedding or remembers that she doesn't love Robin. This is Frasier's gain as he, still hogging time on the karaoke machine, gets his first real gig when Rebecca asks him to sing at the wedding... that is until Robin surprises Rebecca with yet another Righteous Brother to sing instead, this time being 'Bobby Hatfield'. But Sam, as Rebecca's friend, will do whatever he can to jog Rebecca's memory about the night so that she doesn't make the biggest mistake of her life. If Rebecca was indeed only in love with Robin when he was rich, a revelation may make her decision to say "I do" or not that much more difficult. Written by
Did You Know?
The vow recited at the wedding by Robin ("Shall I compare thee to a summer's day ...") is sonnet # 18 by William Shakespeare
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When Frasier reluctantly sets the karaoke machine for Bobby Hetfield you can see at the right side of the frame the end of the wall and props behind it. See more
Guys. I have my new wedding dress. Now all I need is something old, something borrowed and something blue.
How about Norm's liver?
I am almost finished with it.
We've Got Tonight
Written by Bob Seger
Performed by Bobby Hatfield See more