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Roz and the Schnoz 

Roz stays with Frasier while her new apartment is being painted, and panics when she receives a message from Rick's parents, her baby's future grandparents. Frasier invites them for dinner.... See full summary »

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Roz stays with Frasier while her new apartment is being painted, and panics when she receives a message from Rick's parents, her baby's future grandparents. Frasier invites them for dinner. Both parents have enormous noses, and the Crane family spends the whole evening desperately trying to hide their laughter. Written by crouchbk

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Kevin Kilner and Jordan Baker, who play the Garretts, are married in real life. See more »

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This episode is supposedly set on the fifth anniversary of Daphne's employment with the Cranes. The episode in which they hired Daphne was broadcast four years and eight months earlier. See more »

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Frasier: Quiche Lorraine, anyone?
Steve Garrett: Quiche her? I hardly know her!
Paula Garrett: Oh, Steve!
Steve Garrett: [Puts nose over it] Boy, that smells wonderful.
Paula Garrett: [With nose over it] Does it ever.
[Frasier holds in his laughter]
Paula Garrett: Do you mind if I ask? Is this homemade or store-bought?
Steve Garrett: Honey, don't ask that! Pardon my wife, sometimes she gets a little nosy.
[Frasier tries his utmost not to laugh]
Paula Garrett: Me nosy? You're the nosy one in the family.
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When the title "Frasier" (in yellow letters) and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a red light blinks at the highest point of the Space Needle. 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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Roz and the Schnoz
23 November 2014 | by (Ellensburg, WA) – See all my reviews

This is one of my most favorite episodes of the series. Peri Gilpin also lists it as one of her favorites. The camera angles are brilliant, the storyline humorous, but not offensive, and the laughter of the actors is genuine. I've seen the episode dozens of times and still laugh out loud each time! In this episode, the parents of the young man who got Roz pregnant, wish to meet her to offer their support. Roz is staying at Frasier's while her apartment is being painted. When the grandparents-to-be arrive, the Frasier clan are confronted with a humorous aspect which their visitors possess. It is great fun to watch the actors attempt to suppress their own laughter throughout the episode. It reminds me of Harvey Korman attempting not to laugh during scenes of the Carol Burnett show.


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