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"Frasier" Sweet Dreams (1998)

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Frasier: Season 5: Episode 24 -- When Frasier leads a protest demanding better treatment of radio station employees, the head honcho at the station's parent company fires them all.


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Original Air Date:
19 May 1998 (Season 5, Episode 24)
On their way home, Frasier and Daphne join a protest outside a condemned bookstore. When the police start arresting the protesters... See more » | Add synopsis »


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Episode Crew
Directed by
Sheldon Epps 
Writing credits
David Angell (created by) &
Peter Casey (created by) &
David Lee (created by)

Jay Kogen (written by)

Glen Charles (based on the character "Frasier Crane" created by) &
Les Charles (based on the character "Frasier Crane" created by)

Produced by
David Angell .... executive producer
Maggie Blanc .... producer (as Maggie Randell)
Peter Casey .... executive producer
Mary Fukuto .... co-producer
Kelsey Grammer .... executive producer
Rob Greenberg .... producer
Tony Hicks .... associate producer
Joe Keenan .... co-executive producer
Lori Kirkland Baker .... co-producer (as Lori Kirkland)
Jay Kogen .... supervising producer
David Lee .... executive producer
Christopher Lloyd .... executive producer
Suzanne Martin .... producer
Jeffrey Richman .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Bruce Miller 
Cinematography by
Ken Lamkin (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Ron Volk 
Casting by
Jeff Greenberg 
Production Design by
Roy Christopher 
Set Decoration by
Ron Olsen 
Costume Design by
Audrey M. Bansmer 
Makeup Department
Bruce Hutchinson .... makeup artist
Marilyn Patricia Phillips .... hair stylist
Production Management
Bill Carroll .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Katy Garretson .... first assistant director
Marc Stirdivant .... second assistant director
Art Department
Victor Anderson .... propmaker
Frank Galvan III .... head paint foreman
Steven J. Monroe .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Adam De Coster .... foley artist
Nick Els .... sound mixer
Dana Mark McClure .... production mixer
Randal S. Thomas .... sound effects (as Randy Thomas)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Durling .... dimmer operator
Arien Hatch .... film loader
Gary Armstrong .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Helen Mossler .... casting executive
Cathy Reinking .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jo Forman .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Scott Maisano .... assistant editor
Music Department
Kenny O'Brien .... performer: theme song
Darryl Phinnessee .... composer: theme lyrics
Chips Swanson .... music editor
Derek Syverud .... music clearance
Other crew
Nicole Bottcher .... assistant to producers
Bruce Bryant .... main title graphics
James Castle .... main title graphics
Kimberli Collette .... assistant to producers
Rosie Dean .... production coordinator (as Rosie French)
Steve Geffner .... assistant to producers
Anne Geiger .... assistant to producers
Dave Hackel .... creative consultant
Rob Hanning .... executive story editor
David Isaacs .... creative consultant
Gabrielle James .... script supervisor
Carol Johnsen .... main title graphics
David Krovitz .... assistant to producers
Ken Levine .... creative consultant
David Lloyd .... creative consultant
Brian Mallut .... assistant to producers
Joanna K. McMeikan .... assistant to producers
Jeffrey Pfefferle .... assistant to producers
Cathy Reinking .... assistant to producers
Jim Rose .... technical coordinator
Susan Rosen .... assistant to producers
Jeffrey Schneider .... legal counsel
Courtney Stillman .... assistant to producers
Carey Goldstein .... stand-in (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David Angell  created by
Peter Casey  created by
David Lee  created by

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Additional Details

30 min | 22 min (DVD)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Canada:PG (video rating)

Did You Know?

This is the only episode in which Kelsey Grammer does not sing the theme in the closing credits. It is sung in Spanish by Kenny O'Brien.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Frasier refers to Polynesia and Scandinavia as countries. They are regions; it's highly out of character for a pedant like Frasier to make such a slip.See more »
[Frasier and Daphne have arrived at the rally]
Daphne Moon:This is actually rather exciting. I must say, I never thought you to be the protest type.
Frasier: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.
Daphne Moon:So did you go in for the whole package, then? Long hair, bell bottoms, beads?
Frasier:Oh, heavens no. I did have a pair of psychedelic suspenders that raised an eyebrow or two.
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