Frasier (1993–2004)
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Agents in America: Part 3 

Bebe, Frasier's agent, convinces him to sham sick during his contract negotiations. After she issues an ultimatum to the station manager, the two spend a tense night at his apartment, and ... See full summary »

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Bebe, Frasier's agent, convinces him to sham sick during his contract negotiations. After she issues an ultimatum to the station manager, the two spend a tense night at his apartment, and sleep together. The next morning, he tries to let her down gently, but then hears that she is threatening to jump from the station window. Written by crouchbk

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9 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Goofs

After sleeping with Frasier, Bebe emerges from the bedroom wearing one of Frasier's dress shirts. However, the shirt is much too large to actually belong to Frasier. She's not substantially shorter than Frasier, yet when she stands next to him, the shirt tails extend to his knees. They likely had to use the larger shirt to make sure that Bebe was fully covered. See more »

Quotes

Niles: Oh, dear, don't turn around. It's that dreadful woman who works for you.
Frasier: Who?
Niles: Um... Lady Macbeth without the sincerity.
Frasier: Oh! Oh, Bebe's here! Now listen, Niles, I care for her just as little as you do, but she is a terrific agent, which is why I overlook the fact that she's pushy and obnoxious and the most appalling phony I've ever known.
[turns around]
Frasier: Bebe, darling, how are you?
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Crazy Credits

When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a helicopter takes off of the top of one of the "buildings". See more »

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Featured in Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter (2004) See more »

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Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
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Frasier finding form
17 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Despite the creators crowing on the DVD extras that this is the best series of 'Frasier' I'm afraid on the whole I have been a bit underwhelmed.

However, this episode, and those that follow for the rest of the series show 'Frasier' finding a bit of consistent form, and shows off just how good it can be.

The other reviewer of this episode commented on just how good David Hyde Pierce is in it, and that's very true. The strength of 'Frasier' really was that any of the supporting characters could if needed carry an episode.

I'm pleased the show is finding some form late in its second run.


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