"Frasier" Juvenilia (TV Episode 2002) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • Frasier agrees to be the guest on "Teen Scene", a radio show of high school interviewers, to try to draw much-needed younger listeners to his show. His meeting with one of the interviewers before the program seems innocent enough, but he has no idea of the ambush awaiting him.


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  • In order to appeal to younger listeners, KACL's manager requests that Frasier appear on a youth-oriented radio program, called "Teen Scene." Frasier is against it, but when charmed by a young woman who is on the show, agrees to go on.

    However, once the show starts, the three teenagers who speak on the show, begin to grill him on his past (including his attempted suicide after Lilith left him, as witnessed in Season 11 of the show "Cheers"). Frasier is unsure how to get out of the sticky situation, when Kirby gives Frasier some information on the three teens.

    With adequate 'firepower' embarrassing the three teens, Frasier takes control of the show, and manages to turn the tables. Afterwards, he thanks Kirby for his help.

    Niles is trying to find a way to make his relationship with Daphne a little more romantic, when Roz tells how a former boyfriend stole a street sign that had her last name on it as a romantic gesture. Niles attempts to do the same, attempting to pilfer a street sign with Daphne's last name on it.

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