Spurred by Frasier's desire to find his inner "hairy man", Frasier, Sam, Norm and Cliff embark on a spontaneous one-week road trip across America. They need to take Cliff's car since it is the one that will comfortably fit the four and their gear. One dark evening out on a deserted back road in the desert, Sam falls asleep at the wheel and crashes the car. The guys are physically all right, but the car needs repairs. Their emotions start to fray when all attempts to fix the car - many of the problems due to the booby traps Cliff has placed on the car in the name of theft security - fail, they're locked out of the car, Frasier's cell phone dies and ultimately pragmatist Frasier states that they may be in real trouble. Perhaps things will look better in the morning. They do look better for Norm. Back at the bar, Carla hires extra help since Woody is currently on vacation. She hires her naive, but handsome tight jeans and shirt wearing nephew, Frankie. All the women at the bar can't stop...
Did You Know?
Cliff's car is a 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu 4 door station wagon. The emblem on the front fender indicates that it has a 283 c.i. V8 engine. The car is missing its windshield wipers and the inside rear view mirror. See more
When the guys wake up in the morning, the sky remains dark and unchanged from the night before, even though Frasier says it is almost sunrise. See more
Look guys. Postcards from Woody.
Hey, all right.
[Rebecca hands a postcard to each of Sam, Norm and Cliff
Listen to mine. "Dear Miss Howe. I'm having a great time on vacation. I miss everyone there, but I miss you most of all. Love, Woody." What does yours say, Sam?
"Dear Sam. I'm having a great time on vacation. I miss everyone there, but I miss you most of all. Love, Woody."
[reading his postcard under his breath but audibly
"...having a great time on vacation. I miss everyone ...
References Thelma & Louise
Music & lyrics by Ernie Maresca
Performed by Ted Danson
, George Wendt
, John Ratzenberger
& Kelsey Grammer See more