Daphne stumbles across a file of one of Niles' patients, who is in love with him via "transference". Niles refuses to talk about her, citing patient-therapist confidentiality. Daphne's ...
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Daphne stumbles across a file of one of Niles' patients, who is in love with him via "transference". Niles refuses to talk about her, citing patient-therapist confidentiality. Daphne's paranoia sends her to extreme lengths to learn anything she can about her. Meanwhile, Frasier is taunted by a rather chirpy cricket.Written by
Sherilyn Fenn originally appeared in this episode but wasn't available when they had to re-shoot some scenes, due to scheduling conflicts. She was eventually replaced by Michelle Stafford. See more »
Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) claims to have had - in his days of private practice - a great deal of female adulation, in Season Five's Frasier: The Maris Counselor, Frasier complains that no patients have ever fallen in love with him, "...not even that fat lady who brought me fudge". See more »
Okay, so who is she?
All right. I saw one of his files by mistake. The woman is madly in love with him.
So who is she?
Her name is Heather Murphy.
Heather, huh? That's trouble. What else do you know?
Well, that's it. I only got a quick look at the file.
So what are you gonna do?
Nothing. Niles said he can't talk about his patients, so... what choice do I have? I should trust him.
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a lightning bolt flashes in the sky. See more »