Frasier deals with the loss of his job as though it were a loved one, moving through the five traditional stages: denial, anger, bargaining, grief and acceptance, each with some weird results.
Did You Know?
In the premiere of the sixth season, the show took over the time slot previously occupied by Seinfeld
(1989). It opens with Frasier auditioning for a TV show after being fired from his radio show, and his opening speech is a reference to the acquisition of "Seinfeld"'s slot: "Before we begin, I'd like to say how honored I am to be taking over this slot. Obviously, I have some rather big shoes to fill - my predecessor here was much beloved. But I have never been one to shrink from a challenge and I'm sure we'll enjoy many happy years here together in my new home." See more
Around the 3-minute mark (when Martin is showing Frasier a new trick he has done with Eddie) the hand of the dog trainer can clearly be seen on the right hand side of the screen. See more
Dr. Frasier Crane
I am going to get another job. The people of this city need me. I'm a beloved Seattle institution.
A couple more days like this, he's gonna be *in* a beloved Seattle institution.
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, animated, ever-increasing rings radiate from the highest point of the Space Needle (presumably representing radio transmissions). See more
References The Sorrow and the Pity
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more