Chez Henri has burned down, and Frasier and Niles feel like the new millennium has been canceled. They must now make alternative plans for their New Year's celebrations. Martin is in a better mood, having received the customized number plates he ordered for his new Winnebago RV. The plates read "RDWRER", which he claims is short for "Road Warrior". Frasier and Niles remember that the Wine Club is hosting a celebration in Sun Valley to which they are invited, but unable to find a flight at short notice, they end up traveling with Martin in the Winnebago. The trip is a difficult experience for Frasier and Niles to bear, though Martin thoroughly enjoys himself, whether driving or sitting in the back watching Austin Powers videos. They stop for a snack at a roadside café, and while Martin peruses the menu and Frasier attempts, unsuccessfully, to socialize with the locals, an exhausted Niles retires for a nap and ends up leaving in the wrong Winnebago. All of a sudden, Sun Valley is out of...
Did You Know?
There is no snow on the ground in any of the exterior shots, despite the fact that this episode takes place on New Year's Eve and the exteriors are all set in Idaho and eastern Oregon. See more
Well, you can't do a U-ey on an interstate.
That's twentieth century talk, dad. Welcome to the future.
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, fireworks shoot to the sky. See more
References Robin and the 7 Hoods
Auld Lang Syne
Written by Robert Burns
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
, John Mahoney
and David Hyde Pierce See more