The Halloween season has come round again. Bulldog is bathed in glory after playing a practical joke on Frasier by replacing his BMW with a replica that had been smashed up. Frasier is humiliated and determined to get his revenge. His initial plan, which involves using a red balloon to cause Bulldog gradual psychological distress, meets with scorn when he explains it to Roz. He then decides to set up a terrifying scene in the KACL basement where Bulldog is working now, involving actors dressed as zombies. Martin and Roz help with the preparations, but they both agree that practical jokes are not Frasier's strong point, so this is bound to fail. After some thought, Frasier realises one way in which he can stage the greatest practical joke ever, even if it means changing direction in his plan. Meanwhile, Gertrude Moon challenges a child named Jason (who was also the main trick-or-treater, in Frasier's building in past seasons) who comes to Niles' apartment trick-or-treating. This leads ...
Did You Know?
[All trivia items for this title are spoilers.
In the sheet of paper that Gertrude gives the courier man, which is supposed to contain the address of the school, there's no address. It just has the text that he is supposed to say to the boy. See more
That is precisely what's wrong with this country, everyone's afraid to stand up to the children.
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a full moon rises in the sky and turns into a jack-o'-lantern. See more
References Tales from the Crypt
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more