Now that Daphne's father has left Mrs. Moon, she can't bear to return home, so she decides to stay with Niles, while Daphne and Simon are staying at Frasier's. Simon's boorish behavior is too much for Frasier, and he throws him out. With nowhere else to go, Simon abandons Mrs. Moon and goes to California. Daphne tires of her mother's incessant nitpicking and angrily asserts herself to her and announces her decision to live with Niles. Mrs. Moon threatens to return to England, but when she realizes that no one cares, she fakes an injury to get sympathy to stay. Meanwhile, after his attempt to get Cam's flag removed fails, Frasier cuts a deal with him to get his view back.
Did You Know?
Per the title, the term is from the "mother lode" which is a principal vein of gold or silver ore. See more
[to her mother
Oh, and by the way: I'm no virgin - haven't been for years. You remember that boy with the lazy eye you hated so much? Yeah, he was my first! Did it right in the parlor where you take your tea. Then, there was the German who fixed Dad's car. Oh yeah, and that Irish chap I fancied, who was twice my age and had his own van - and a band! Then I came to America. Shall I go on? Well, I am a grown woman, who's made her own life and her own decisions. Now, I plan to shack up with Niles ...
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, an animated elevator rises up inside the Space Needle. See more
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more