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Room Full of Heroes 

Frasier throws a Halloween party where the guests come dressed as their personal heroes: Frasier of course is Sigmund Freud, Martin is Joe DiMaggio, Daphne is Elton John, and Roz comes as ... See full summary »

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Frasier throws a Halloween party where the guests come dressed as their personal heroes: Frasier of course is Sigmund Freud, Martin is Joe DiMaggio, Daphne is Elton John, and Roz comes as Wonder Woman. However, Niles' choice of Martin as his hero gets under Frasier's skin. Written by Anonymous

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"Room Full of Heroes" (Season 9 Ep.6) is the first time we see the lobby of the Elliott Bay Towers. See more »

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Martin Crane: [for Frasier's party, Niles is dressed as Martin and Daphne as Elton John] All right, stop it.
Dr. Niles Crane: What?
Martin Crane: I don't want to watch myself make out with Elton John.
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a full moon rises in the sky and turns into a jack-o'-lantern. See more »

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Featured in Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter (2004) See more »

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Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
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My party, my game, me me me!
22 March 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I feel I have to stand up for this episode against the bad comments. Apart from a few cringe-worthy performances (Frasier imitating Sigmund Freud (with accent), Niles imitating Martin Crane (head flung back and 'HA!' and subsequent embarrassing dressing down from Martin to a beer-drunken Niles) I found this episode to be one of the funniest of the whole lot and a unique, wonderful illustration of Frasier's deep insecurities, which is what this whole comedy is based on after all - a paranoid, neurotic, obsessive, self-important man (who we love anyway) who just happens to be a psychiatrist, and whose traits are akin to those of patients that should be lying on his couch, not those of which he displays with his immature behaviour, stamping his feet when things aren't going his way: 'Now if we could just return to my game', 'this is my party' and 'I know what you're doing, you're trying to curry favour with dad!' The fact that he's totally oblivious to the fact that people are calling him up pretending to be ill so they don't have to go to his party is hilarious. Some of my favourite Frasier one-liners are in this episode: 'When you saw me in a beard and holding a cigar, what super hero did you think I was supposed to be, hm?', 'Roz, I don't think you can even do that to the flag!', 'I think I know what my game's objectives are and they do not include this nascent migraine!', sulking: 'You're not playing my game. This is chaos, we're just five people in costumes drinking!' and 'Brothers can be 'butt-faces'!' This episode certainly remains at one of my top ten. Maybe number 7, and I recommend it.


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