Cliff is downing prescription pills to relieve a work stress-related skin condition. He is, however, taking more than the prescribed dosage. Cliff finds out a side effect of massive dosage, a fact the gang at the bar won't let him forget. Meanwhile, Lilith has written a new book, Good Girls/Bad Boys, the book's premise being that women are initially attracted to what she deems bad boys. However, as women get over that need, they will seek out stable good boys. Lilith is promoting the book on a local women's afternoon talk show. Frasier, not wanting to be the only man in the audience, talks Sam into going with him. At the show, Lilith wants the discussion to be on the scientific merits of her research, whereas Brenda Balzac, the host, is more interested in the salacious aspects of the book's title. In the audience, she sees both Frasier and Sam, who she deems to be the typical good boy and bad boy as portrayed in Lilith's book. An outcome of the show is that Frasier wants to become a ... Written by
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The cold opening in this episode, where the gang sings "We Will Rock You," is often shown during sporting events. See more
When the group is sitting at the end of the bar kidding Cliff about the side effects of his medicine, there appears to be a large chunk of ice floating in Norm's beer mug. The shot changes and when it returns to Norm, the ice is gone and the level of the beer is now below where it was floating. See more
You're getting dull on me, Slash.
[Frasier is unaware that Lilith is standing behind him
Oh, listen Viper, if caring for the one you love, caring for your children, if paying attention to your career and home, if these things be dull, then may I be the dullest man who ever lived.
You are, Frasier, you are.
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We Will Rock You
Composed by Brian May
Performed by Ted Danson
, Kirstie Alley
, Rhea Perlman
, Woody Harrelson
, and Glenn Beck
and the other extras See more