Frasier's old bartender at Cheers in Boston, Woody, shows up in Seattle to visit his old friend. Things turn bad after their first night reunion when Frasier realizes that he has moved on with his life and left Woody in the past.
Did You Know?
When Frasier gives the tourist guide to Woody and Woody says "look at that skyline" in reference to a picture in the book and Frasier tells him to turn around we see that there is no picture in the book. Frasier says Woody has been working at Cheers "for 15 years." Woody arrived in 1985 and it is now 1999, so that is only 14 years. Also, Frasier appears to have forgotten about the time he got Woody elected to the Boston City Council when he says that Woody's life is "kinda sad" to Martin. Frasier says something to the effect of "bless that virus that caused the girl's ear infection." Ear infections are caused by bacteria, not viruses (hence the term infection). At the start of the show we find out that Woody was lost while driving around the airport, then when he is going back to Boston, he says his cab is waiting downstairs. If he had his car, why would he be taking a cab? See more
Frasier states that Woody had been working at Cheers for 15 years. Woody's first appearance on Cheers was in September of 1985. The episode of Frasier aired only about 13.5 years later, in February of 1999. See more
He's been acting so weird lately.
Dr. Frasier Crane
Lately? May I remind you this is the man required by law to stay at least 100 yards away from William Shatner?
When the title "Frasier" (in orange letters) and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, animated, ever-increasing rings radiate from the highest point of the Space Needle (presumably representing radio transmissions). See more
I Feel Pretty
Written by Leonard Bernstein
and Stephen Sondheim
Performed by Jane Leeves See more