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Fraiser is a half-hour comedy series set in Seattle, which chronicles the lives of an eloquently pompous radio show host Dr. Frasier Crane, his brazen radio producer Roz and his competitive, high-brow brother Niles.
Roz's return to KACL rattles Frasier, who's reinvolved with Julia; Niles' fatherhood plans get an unexpected setback he determines to remedy with an unorthodox virility enhancer.
Love blinds Frasier to the faults of Julia, who behaves obnoxiously and insensitively at a Crane dinner gathering. For starters, she embarrasses Daphne, then winds up chattering incessantly on her cell phone.
Patrick Stewart plays a flamboyant opera director, who becomes infatuated with Frasier after concluding the good doctor is gay. It all stems from farcical misunderstandings, compounded by Frasier's on-air double entendres and his obliviousness to the director's attentions.
A courtship makes rivals of Martin and Frasier, who are vying for the affections of the latter's former baby-sitter, now a lounge singer with a vivacious personality and a quick wit that's appealing to both Crane senior and junior.
Julia Sweeney plays Frasier's gauche dinner date, whom Roz terms "a placeholder to keep your dating muscles toned." Could be. Frasier's attracted at dinner to another woman, who happens to be Kenny's visiting cousin.
Jealousy agitates Martin, who learns---thanks to an eavesdropping Frasier---that his lady friend Ronee is seeing another guy. So, Martin plans a counter strategy: a pretense that Roz is his other lady friend.
The return of Maris, still unseen, vexes Niles, who covers up his evasiveness with Daphne by throwing his bride a baby shower. The last-minute soiree turns into a disaster. And so does Frasier's reentry into private practice.
Bizarre events jail Maris, held in a crossbow shooting that sparks a media frenzy and implicates Niles, who's oddly unperturbed. "He's not dealing with his emotions," Frasier notes. "The man's a walking pressure cooker."
Bebe Neuwirth reappears as Lilith, Frasier's visiting ex, whose frustrating attempts to see him end in a cautious reunion. Back in Frasier's apartment, Martin's gun accidentally goes off, damaging a precious statue and a chair.
Celebrity delights Niles, who's basking in the limelight over Maris's murder case and overshadowing Frasier's bid for glory at an awards fete that's also attended by Roz's snide sister.
An unconventional Crane Yule finds Frasier not jolly with his son, who's visiting in his new persona: a goth. Also: Martin gets giddy after eating marijuana-laced brownies.
Weight loss challenges KACL, enrolled in a pound-shedding contest that pits Frasier against a taunting nemesis who bullied him in high school.
Lawsuit fears plague Frasier over an accident in his kitchen that befell his insurer: a former date named Ann he snubbed. Now, Frasier entreats her to recuperate at his place, where Ann takes full advantage of the situation.
Strange dreams dominate this episode, which finds Frasier wed to Daphne, now a vociferous eater; Niles a carefree philanderer, dallying with bikini-clad repairwomen; and Martin a dashing hoofer, performing with Ronee.
Laurie Metcalf plays Frasier's first wife, now a popular children's entertainer named Nanny G who reawakens lustful feelings in Frasier that are ardently reciprocated. There's just one slight hang-up: Nanny G has a new husband.
A practical joke backfires, giving Martin a "mild cardiac event" that he's anxious to keep secret from Ronee, fearing that she'll think he's become "some feeble old guy."
Guilty feelings seize Frasier, who, just for a thrill, swipes a medallion from his neighbor, a chatty, trusting widow. Now he sets out to secretly return the object, with the reluctant help of Niles.
Lovelorn Frasier engages a matchmaker, who mismatches him with dinner dates that turn disastrous; well-meaning Niles hires a kooky helpmate for Daphne's delivery who works with a shaman---and a drummer.
Jennifer Tilly plays a swinger who bewitches Frasier, to his later chagrin at a tryst interrupted by unexpected arrivals. Broadway vet Marian Seldes appears as Ronee's straitlaced mom, whose behavior irks Martin.
Courting unnerves Frasier, whose wooing of a winsome matchmaker is constantly interrupted by her disarming beau, a dedicated environmentalist who's also quite cosmopolitan.
Country ways test Frasier and Charlotte, who're stranded at a farmhouse with a very odd family that has no idea who he is. Back home, a physical therapist is mistaken for a stripper in a situation that greatly embarrasses Niles.
Clips from past episodes show Frasier fazed by an ill-fated blind date; gussied up as Uncle Sam for a July Fourth fete; and ruffled by awkward dinner gatherings that mark Roz's birthday and Thanksgiving.
Tumult on Martin's wedding day wreaks havoc with the elaborate fete.
Daphne's delivery highlights the conclusion of a two-parter that also resolves Frasier's dilemma with Charlotte and with his job at KACL.
Dan Butler(Robert "Bulldog" Briscoe)
Peri Gilpin(Roz Doyle)
Kelsey Grammer(Dr. Frasier Crane)
Jane Leeves(Daphne Moon Crane)
John Mahoney(Martin Crane)
David Hyde Pierce(Dr. Niles Crane)
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