Home with the flu, Frasier becomes paranoid about losing his time slot to Gil Chesterton, who is filling in for him. He recruits Niles to do his show for a day, but when Niles does a great job, Frasier panics and goes down to the station, heavily medicated, to try and take back his show. Written by
Niles brings Frasier a folk remedy from his Guatemalan maid that consists of a dangling bag of herbs and that he describes as "a poultice you wear around your neck". In fact a poultice is a type of treatment that is pressed against the skin or packed into a wound. See more »
This is Dr. Niles Crane, filling in for my ailing brother, Dr. Frasier Crane. Although I feel perfectly qualified to fill Frasier's radio shoes, I should warn you that while Frasier is a Freudian, I am a Jungian. So there'll be no blaming Mother today. Okay, Roz, who's my first caller?
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Usually, when the title "Frasier" and the silhouette of Seattle are on screen, something happens. This time, however, *nothing* happens. See more »