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
Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) claims to have had - in his days of private practice - a great deal of female adulation. However, in season five's Frasier: The Maris Counselor (1998), Frasier complains that no patients have ever fallen in love with him, "...not even that fat lady who brought me fudge". See more »
When Martin asks about Frasier's dental floss, Frasier becomes alarmed and tells him
he can't have his "Cinnamon Waxed Floss". But later when we see the floss being used
it's white, cinnamon waxed floss is red. See more »
Dr. Niles Crane:
Dinner is almost ready. Shall I set you a place or would it make you feel better to go out and shoot your own eggplant?
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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 »
Lucy and Ethel (I mean Daphne and Roz) team up to find the details on a patient that said she was in love with Niles. Daphne found this in a confidential file and sets out on the journey of discovery. Meanwhile, Martin and Frasier us every method imaginable to destroy a cricket that has invaded the apartment. There's some pretty funny stuff here. Niles, however, finds nothing humorous in Daphne's activities.
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