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Daphne's Room 

Frasier casually wanders into Daphne's bedroom, making her furious with him. He apologizes, but inadvertently does it again, this time catching her naked in the shower. Meanwhile, Niles ... See full summary »

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Frasier casually wanders into Daphne's bedroom, making her furious with him. He apologizes, but inadvertently does it again, this time catching her naked in the shower. Meanwhile, Niles desperately tries to soften Maris after he foolishly believes her declaration that she wants no birthday party or presents. Written by crouchbk

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28 February 1995 (USA)  »

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The melody, Daphne's murmuring while Frasier is in her closet, is The Blue Danube a waltz composed by the Austrian composer Johann Strauss II. See more »

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With Frasier in hiding, and when Daphne is getting ready for her shower, she opens a cabinet adjacent to her room's door - it is closed and it remains so. When Frasier is finally running out of Daphne's room, her door is fully open. See more »

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Frasier: I happen to think that bribery is the wrong way for couples to resolve their conflicts!
Niles: Oh really, and during which of your failed marriages did you hone that theory?
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a helicopter takes off of the top of one of the "buildings". See more »

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Featured in Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter (2004) See more »

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Great Balls of Fire
Written by Otis Blackwell and Jack Hammer
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
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Creme De La Creme
11 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

However, very subjective, I consider this the best of all "Frasier" episodes. Coming from the second season, which doesn't rank in the top four of eleven (extremely subjective), This episode is quite a gem. Here you will find no spoil, but a promise of laughter and lasting memories from a 23 minute masterpiece. Myself, I am a "Frasier" connoisseur. My wife, however, can take or leave the show. Her and I, and our two young children (11 and 6), gathered and watched "Daphne's Room". We all laughed very much and concurred to spin the DVD again. When I think of classic situation comedy television, e.g., "Lucy", "Seinfeld" and "3rd Rock", there is always a memorable episode that stands out. Although "Frasier" has had many stand-outs, the above mentioned belongs in The Smithsonian.


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