Maris has turned 40, and Niles is beside himself on what to do. Respecting her wishes to not celebrate her Birthday, has made her upset. After Frasier and Martin's suggestions for gifts seem unable to work, Niles decides to throw a costume ball. Meanwhile, Frasier is trying to find a book the Station Manager loaned him. Martin suggests that maybe Daphne has it, and Frasier goes to her room door. Finding it ajar, and Daphne not inside, he goes looking for the book. After browsing around the room (and even coming upon a picture of Daphne with Prince Charles!), he finds his book. He is also examining a bottle of pills just as Daphne walks in. Quickly pocketing the bottle, Frasier apologizes about being in her room, and quickly beats a hasty retreat. Niles later returns for dinner, where he and Martin note Daphne acting a little more 'hostile' towards Frasier than usual. Frasier explains to them that he entered Daphne's room without her permission. While Niles begins to let his ...
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Kesley Grammer never played the piano, he doesn't know how to. However, David Hyde really can play and during the show where he is playing it is him playing, the scenes with frasier playing you can see he clearly isn't pressing the keys. See more
With Frasier in hiding, and when Daphne is getting ready for her shower, she opens a cabinet adjacent to her room's door - it is closed and it remains so. When Frasier is finally running out of Daphne's room, her door is fully open. See more
[Frasier has seen Daphne naked
Frasier I want to help you with this, so you have to tell me everything, every sight, every sound, unburden yourself before you explode!
[getting out a pencil and paper
All right, I'll show you how I've always imagined her and you tell me where I'm wrong.
When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a helicopter takes off of the top of one of the "buildings". See more
The Blue Danube
Written by Johann Strauss
hummed by Daphne See more