On February 29th, Frasier advises all of his friends and family to "take a leap" in the spirit of leap year, and do something daring and spontaneous. Martin decides to fly to Montana for a buddy's party, Daphne tries an experimental haircut, Roz sends out an on-air call to a handsome stranger she met on the bus. All the leaps go disastrously wrong, and Frasier has doubts about his own resolve to sing a challenging aria at the PBS pledge drive instead of the usual "Buttons and Bows." Maris summons Niles for a sexual tryst, but Frasier advises him to resist the temptation. Written by
Did You Know?
Frasier advises Roz that she should try to find the man she met on the bus, since the odds of her marrying at her age were greater then being killed by a terrorist. Five years later one of the creators of the show (David Angell
and his wife) would die on American Airlines flight 11, flown into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. See more
When Frasier is talking about the leap year on air, when the camera is on Roz you can see Frasier's reflection from the glass and his lips aren't moving as they should although he is talking at the same time. See more
[Niles abandons his decision
I don't care what you're saying - I'm going to Maris!
You will rue the day!
I don't care! Niles gotta have it!
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, an animated elevator rises up inside the Space Needle. See more
References The Paleface
Buttons and Bows
Written by Jay Livingston
and Ray Evans
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
, Jane Leeves
, and John Mahoney See more