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
The dessert Gil recommends to caller Louis, the schwarzwälderkirschtorte, is German Black Forest cake. See more »
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 »
[filling in for Frasier on the show]
Let's get better!
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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 »