Frasier's show is aired to a focus group. Eleven out of twelve people have nothing but good things to say, but Frasier becomes obsessed with the twelfth man. Niles repeatedly tries to ... See full summary »
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Frasier's show is aired to a focus group. Eleven out of twelve people have nothing but good things to say, but Frasier becomes obsessed with the twelfth man. Niles repeatedly tries to provoke Daphne after getting turned on by a fierce argument with her. Written by
[after Frasier burns down Manu's newsstand]
All this because you had to know why I do not like you.
Well, you were kind of vague.
You want to know why? I'll tell you why. I think you are a smarty pants. I was too polite to say that before, but then you spied on me, you stalked me, you badgered me, you poured yoo-hoo down my dockers, you crunched my hand. And then as if all that was not enough, you burned down my newsstand, my livelihood. A gift to me from my beloved uncle, may he rest in peace.
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