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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
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.
As the new station manager, Kate exiles an uncompromising Frasier to the late shift.
In a session with a couples therapist, Frasier and Niles present both sides of a tale about how their attempt to work together went awry.
While preparing for the funeral of a loathed aunt, Frasier and Niles learn of Martin's long-held dream: to write a song for Frank Sinatra.
Kate encourages Bulldog to keep up his pranks on Frasier, who decides to exact revenge.
Daphne is attracted to Niles' contractor, who's called on to repair Frasier's hardwood floor on the day of his wine-tasting soiree.
Frasier faces off with Kate in a labor dispute. And it's not just issues that are stirring passions.
Just when Frasier and Kate think they can control their desires, they lose it again---in the radio studio.
When Maris goes on a shopping spree in New York without telling Niles, Frasier urges him to reveal his displeasure to her.
Frasier's son, Frederick, comes to town for the holidays, and a mail-order snafu leaves dad with no presents to give.
Kate tells Frasier she's leaving for a job in another city---before he can reveal his feelings for her.
Frasier's effort to make new friends leads him to a handicapped man named Bob.
Frasier can't deny that he's uncomfortable with Daphne and her boyfriend sleeping in the same room.
Niles becomes a dancing fool after Daphne teaches him a few steps to prepare him for a date at a society ball.
Diane Chambers comes to Seattle to stage a play, and Frasier finally faces his feelings about her leaving him at the altar.
Niles asks a wise guy to help fix Maris's parking-ticket problem.
Leap Year inspires Frasier to encourage those in his circle to jump beyond their limits; Niles fights the urge to hop back to Maris for a tryst.
Fed up with the rudeness he's been encountering, Frasier gets rough with an impudent patron at the cafe.
Frasier can't hold his frustration in check when Martin beats him at chess.
Niles is going to testify to the mental incompetency of a wealthy gent whom Frasier deems A-OK.
After an attractive policewoman pulls him over, Frasier goes after her in hot pursuit---but she finds Martin more arresting.
The new station owner, "Big Willy," wants to make Frasier's agent his little woman. But first he orders Frasier to make her quit smoking.
Frasier creates the impression that he has romantic feelings for Roz when he tries to save her from a heartbreaker.
Frasier fixates on the one member of a focus group who doesn't like his show.
On the radio show's third anniversary, Frasier looks back on his return to Seattle and his initial estrangement from his family.
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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