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
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The characters refer to Martin's fear that Niles wishes to hurt him as being an expression of the unconscious. While this may be understandable for him to use this term, as a lay person, it is not so when Fraser uses it at the end of the episode, in the hallway, when trying to explain his rude behavior toward Martin to his love interest who has appeared as the elevator door opens.
The correct term would be the subconscious, not the unconscious. See more
[Roz suggests that Martin move in with Niles
Niles's place is so huge, and he's at work all the time.
Yeah, that's true. And Maris is out of the picture now...
You know what? I just thought of something. For a while there your daughters-in-law were Maris and Lilith. Whoa, Happy Thanksgiving!
When the title "Frasier" (in orange letters) and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a blimp sails in the sky. See more
References Dial M for Murder
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more