With Frasier home all day, he and Martin get into explosive arguments. Roz suggests that Martin move in with Niles for a while. Niles is as enthused at the idea as Frasier was six years ...
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With Frasier home all day, he and Martin get into explosive arguments. Roz suggests that Martin move in with Niles for a while. Niles is as enthused at the idea as Frasier was six years before, but changes his mind rapidly when he realizes Daphne will be coming too. Then she announces that Martin's hip has improved enough for her to find another job. After a series of minor accidents, Martin becomes afraid that Niles is trying to injure him on purpose. Written by
The title is a reference to an Alfred Hitchcock film Dial M for Murder (1954). See more »
When Daphne says her work is done, Niles drops the bag of groceries. When we see Niles and Frasier again, Frasier is holding the bag and there is no evidence it has been dropped. See more »
[Niles sees Roz and Martin having coffee together]
I'm not interrupting anything personal, am I?
Yeah, Niles, we just eloped. I'm your new mom.
Well, I'll be a son of a bitch.
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When the title "Frasier" (in orange letters) and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a blimp sails in the sky. See more »