Diane Chambers visits Frasier in Seattle to promote a play she has written. Frasier decides it is time to vent his feelings about how much pain he felt when Diane left him at the altar. However, he forgets to when Diane breaks down in the middle of dinner and confesses her life is a wreck, and she needs his help again. Written by
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This is one of Kelsey Grammer's favorite episodes. On Cheers
(1982), Shelley Long didn't like the Frasier character and lobbied hard to get Grammer removed from the show. The producers disagreed, noting that the audience liked him. When Long's character of Diane Chambers appeared on this show, Grammer said the episode was an opportunity for he and Long to make peace with each other. See more
Frasier is in the kitchen after dinner getting dessert ready. In the first scene, the pastries he places on the counter are not powdered with sugar. In the next scene he starts powdering them, but they are already heavily powdered, despite Frasier only sprinkling on powdered sugar for a couple of seconds. See more
[Diane's recollections of Maris
Niles, do you remember the last time I was in town and we dined together? You had just started dating this woman, she was the queerest little creature...
[accepts a glass of wine from Frasier
Thank you. She ate everyone's sorbet, and then she had to lie down in the ladies' lounge while the coat-check girl massaged her abdomen!
[she laughs loudly, then stops when she notices Frasier's uncomfortable look
Oh, I hope I haven't put my foot in it. You and she didn't ...
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a shooting star can be briefly seen in the sky. See more
References Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more