Frasier gets rid of Martin's loathsome armchair, convincing himself that Martin will be happier with a vibrating leather recliner. When Martin angrily demands his old chair back, Frasier tracks it to an elementary school production of "Ten Little Indians," in which he must take a part in order to get the chair back. Written by
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The title refers to someone's plea for the execution of a convicted felon when the chief form of execution was the electric chair, which was used through most of the twentieth century. See more
The snatch of dialogue Frasier recites from Agatha Christie's play, TEN LITTLE INDIANS, is fictitious; no such dialogue exists in the play. See more
By tonight my dad will be safely back in his beer-stained, flea-infested, duct-taped recliner, adjusting his shorts with one hand and cheering on Jean-Claude Van Damme with the other. Yes, it's quite a little piece of heaven I've carved out for myself, isn't it?
When the title "Frasier" (in blue letters) and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a red light blinks at the highest point of the Space Needle. See more
References Beavis and Butt-Head
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more