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The Dinner Party 

Frasier and Niles decide to host a dinner party at Frasier's apartment. It becomes more complicated than either of them could have imagined and it leads them to think that maybe the brothers are spending too much of their time together.

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Frasier and Niles decide to host a dinner party at Frasier's apartment. It becomes more complicated than either of them could have imagined and it leads them to think that maybe the brothers are spending too much of their time together.

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11 March 1999 (USA)  »

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Niles: [notices Daphne's tacky, revealing dress] Daphne, you're not actually going out in that, are you?
Daphne: [throws the dress away and falls back onto the bed] That's it, I'm staying home.
Roz: No, just try it; we can accessorize it.
Niles: With what? A lamp post and a public defender?
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a blimp sails in the sky. See more »

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Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
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The Best Frasier Episode

A very unique episode, this one runs in real time. No time passes off camera. They could have performed and aired it live. The brothers decide to throw a dinner party, and the episode explores their attempt at agreeing on what four couples to invite, how they should invite them, and finally their analytical nature and tendencies as they attempt to analyze what their society friends think of their close relationship as brothers when one of their guests displays lukewarm enthusiasm to the invite. A great episode to watch, and in the eleven seasons, my personal favorite. Top shelf writing. Set aside some time to view this episode, maybe twice to fully enjoy the spot on comedy. You will enjoy!


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