The boys discover a box full of song lyrics that Martin wrote for Frank Sinatra; with their help, he sets one to music and sends it off. Frasier tries to compose a sincere eulogy for a despised late aunt, while Niles tries to find the perfect place to scatter her ashes. Written by
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When Niles dumps the ashes from his shoe in the church, the edge of the carpet runs under where he is seated, and the ashes fall half on the wood floor, and half on the carpet. When the janitor cleans up the ashes after the service, the carpet stops at the end of the pew, and the ashes are completely on the bare wood floor. See more
[attempting to write a song for Frank Sinatra
I don't mean to quibble, but it seems like your heart is always going either hidy-heydy, ringy-dingy, or scooby-dooby.
Look, I don't need another critic.
Right. Perhaps a cardiologist.
The title "Frasier" (in green letters) and the silhouette of Seattle appear on screen, without any additional animated action. See more