Frasier: Season 6, Episode 16

Decoys (25 Feb. 1999)

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Niles, still reeling from Daphne and Donny's new relationship, wins Maris' old cottage in the woods from the divorce. In an attempt to win Daphne from Donny, he invites Roz and Donny up to ... See full summary »

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Niles, still reeling from Daphne and Donny's new relationship, wins Maris' old cottage in the woods from the divorce. In an attempt to win Daphne from Donny, he invites Roz and Donny up to the cabin in hopes that their old relationship might spark some new feelings. Written by Anonymous

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Dr. Frasier Crane: Niles, one last warning. Take it from someone who knows you both: you and Roz are NOT a good couple.
Dr. Niles Crane: I understand you're saying that, but believe me, I have seen a new Roz today and underneath that brazen exterior she is a sweet, sensitive, shy and vulnerable woman.
Roz Doyle: [calling from kitchen] Niles, have you seen my nipples?
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