On his birthday, Frasier is seized with crippling back pain. Niles wonders if he's stressed, and while recovering at home, Frasier muses aloud about why he's unhappy. One reason is that ...
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On his birthday, Frasier is seized with crippling back pain. Niles wonders if he's stressed, and while recovering at home, Frasier muses aloud about why he's unhappy. One reason is that he's still single, and he will miss Daphne's companionship after she gets married. Daphne, overhearing, misunderstands him to mean that he has feelings for her. Frasier resolves the confusion, but while he's doped up on painkillers, lets slip to Daphne the truth about Niles's feelings for her. Written by
In this episode, Frasier's (Kelsey Grammer) birthday is between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Previously it has been in March. See more »
The "birthday" newspaper that Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) is reading is not from 1952 as there are sophisticated colour pictures in it. In 1952, newspapers were printed using an expensive and involved process called letterpress and colour was rare. Even when there was colour, it was very simple and bright, such as in the Sunday comics. Web-offset printing, capable of more sophisticated colour images, didn't become popular for major newspapers until the 1970's. See more »
What esteemed medical journal did you find this little tidbit? "Cosmo"?
Oh, that's priceless. "I can't find the right shade of lipstick," "I look terrible in a bikini," "He can't find my G-spot."
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a red light blinks at the highest point of the Space Needle. See more »