One of Frasier's callers, a German woman named Gretchen, suspects that her husband is having an affair with his client. Frasier suspects that the woman is Maris. When Niles finds out, he challenges the (very large) man to a duel.
Did You Know?
When Niles says he went only to the 'Or-eh-gone' border because of the fresh fruit not being allowed past it, he was wrong (likely due to the show being taped in CA). In reality it is the California border which holds back fresh fruit when one enters from OR or elsewhere. This is due to the enormous farming industry in CA and the danger of introducing foraging insects into it, which could wreak much havoc to the plants, let alone the financial repercussions for damaged plants/crops. Oregon and Washington don't have the fresh fruit restrictions, normally. See more
If you want to know if a man is cheating, you offer him two choices for dinner. One that's rich and fattening, and one that's light and sensible. If he picks the one that's calorie-packed, he doesn't mind turning into a bloated pig, which means he's happily married and you're in the clear. If he picks the diet plate, it means he's staying in shape for his main squeeze, and you should get yourself a lawyer who can sue the sweat off a racehorse.
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, fireworks shoot to the sky. See more
References An Affair to Remember
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more