Visiting a venerable old Seattle restaurant before its final closing, Frasier and Niles decide to buy the place. Disasters ensue on their opening night, including a mass walk-out by the ... See full summary »

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Visiting a venerable old Seattle restaurant before its final closing, Frasier and Niles decide to buy the place. Disasters ensue on their opening night, including a mass walk-out by the staff, the fire sprinklers going off, and a car crashing through the wall. Written by crouchbk

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Roz Doyle: Okay, table four wants to make some changes: they want the Sole Veronica without the grapes,
[Daphne begins flicking off the grapes]
Roz Doyle: spinach instead of broccoli and risotto instead of pasta. They also want the swordfish but hold the capers.
Daphne Moon: Oh, for heaven's sakes, can't you just tell them no substitutions?
Roz Doyle: I have trouble saying no.
Niles: So the guidebooks tell us.
Roz Doyle: You want to get thrown in the tank with the rest of the eels?
Daphne Moon: Well, you're not making this very easy. You waltz in here, queen of the ...
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, an animated elevator rises up inside the Space Needle. See more »

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Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
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Big blue flash....cherries everywhere
22 July 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Innkeepers is one of the best episodes in the entire eleven years.

It blends classic farce with many laughs. Frasier and Niles buy a restaurant, what could possibly go wrong? the chef walks out, they injure two waiters, the other staff run out when the immigration board turn up, so it's up to the Crane brothers to ask their family and friends to help.

The writing is great, each character has their own bit to do, even Gil and Bulldog appear away from the radio station and everything is a catastrophe. Frasier and Niles have no idea how to run a restaurant, it's funny because they're so smug that you love to see it all go wrong around them.

Highly recommended and everything you want in a sitcom is here, a strong plot, witty lines and a bit of chaos thrown in.


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