Part One of Two. Daphne's wedding is approaching and Niles becomes even more apprehensive when he and Mel decide to take a trip together. He feels it is too early in the relationship to go away with her but, after a therapy session with Frasier, decides to take the risk. While the two are away, Daphne finally tells Frasier that she may have feelings for Niles. Upon his return, much to the shock of the rest of the family, Niles announces that he and Mel eloped and are now husband and wife, leaving Daphne devastated.Written by
Per the title, for good luck the bride must wear something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. See more »
Niles and Mel impulsively elope the same day they move in together. This is not possible in Washington State, as there is a three-day waiting period to grant marriage licenses. See more »
[Niles is at the door, wearing a large grin]
Well, by the look of that smile on your face, I'd say somebody got himself a bit last night.
[gestures lewdly with arms]
[looking shocked and appalled]
I find that remark rude, boorish, and IMPOSSIBLE TO DENY!
[Breaks out laughing]
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, an airplane flies across the sky, with a "KACL" banner behind it. See more »