After Joe spends the night with Daphne, Frasier feels uncomfortable and asks her not to entertain guests in his home. Daphne proposes that she take an apartment of her own. Frasier eagerly agrees to this, looking forward to getting his study back, but changes his mind when a weekend without Daphne leads to he and Martin nearly killing each other. Niles sinks deeper and deeper into denial as his separation from Maris leads to his shutout from his circle of high-society friends. Written by
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GOOF: Near the beginning of the episode, when Daphne hastily cleans up the breakfast dishes, she grabs Martin's chocolate eclair ("longjohn") and throws it in a full glass of orange juice. While the characters are talking and 2 shots later, the eclair disappears from the scene completely while Daphne still stands at the table. See more
When Frasier sends the contractor to Daphne's room, he says, "It's just down the hall, first door on the right." But in fact, Daphne's room is the first door on the left. See more
Boy, what a tortured little world you live in! Newspapers strewn all over the place! Sponge germs coming after you! It's a wonder you can sleep at night!
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a hot air balloon rises to the sky from behind the "buildings". See more
Lady of Mine
Written by Paul A. Kreiling
and David Lloyd
Performed by John Mahoney See more