On their way home, Frasier and Daphne join a protest outside a condemned bookstore. When the police start arresting the protesters, including Daphne, Frasier panics and flees. Feeling ...
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On their way home, Frasier and Daphne join a protest outside a condemned bookstore. When the police start arresting the protesters, including Daphne, Frasier panics and flees. Feeling guilty, he impetuously takes a stand against the station's new policy of reading on-air advertisements. The new station manager, Kenny Daly, takes his cause to a higher authority, and is fired. Frasier and a group of the on-air talent protest directly to Mr. Martin, the station owner. Frasier gives a speech on believing in principles and following one's heart. Inspired, Mr. Martin announces that he is changing the station's format from talk to salsa music, leading to the firing of all the on-air talent. Written by
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[Frasier and Daphne have arrived at the rally]
This is actually rather exciting. I must say, I never thought you to be the protest type.
Oh, on the contrary, Daphne, I was quite the activist in my college days. You know, there's nothing like throwing in with a fearless band of scruffy young rebels thumbing their noses at convention.
So did you go in for the whole package, then? Long hair, bell bottoms, beads?
Oh, heavens no. I did have a pair of psychedelic suspenders that raised an eyebrow or ...
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