Frasier becomes increasingly paranoid when it appears that one of his callers is stalking him. He hires a bodyguard to accompany him to the SeaBea awards.
Did You Know?
, who provides a voice cameo for this episode, was the producers' first choice to play Frasier Crane when the character debuted in Cheers
(1982). Lithgow declined the role because of a time conflict. See more
Frasier's bodyguard asks for, among other things, a list of relatives who'd be willing to donate organs, and Niles chimes in that he has abnormally small kidneys. However, in the prior episode "Travels with Martin" (1:21), when Frasier asks Niles to join in a family RV trip, Niles responds, "Frasier, you're my brother - that entitles you to my bone marrow and one of my kidneys, but this is an imposition," making no remarks as to said kidneys' size. See more
Well, you're a fountain of comfort this evening!
Oh, I'm just teasing. If you must know, I'm a little jealous. I told Maris about your troubles. All she does is sulk and talk about bodyguards. "Why don't we need one? Aren't we important enough to be stalked?" I have no idea what to say to the poor woman.
Tell her to just go on being herself and her day will come.
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a lightning bolt flashes in the sky. See more
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more