Next Episode of Frasier is
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.
Frasier goes through various stages of grief over his dying career. The first stage: denial.
Frasier is convinced that he's cursed when his high-school reunion comes up while he's low.
With Frasier and Martin about to kill each other, Niles agrees to have dear old dad, and, uh, Daphne come live with him.
The play's the thing that anybody who's anybody must see, but Frasier and Niles can't get tickets.
Frasier's latest love interest is an attractive neurotic whose troubles form the unstable basis of an odd romance.
Frasier receives a message from a secret admirer, but Niles realizes that it's actually meant for him---from Maris.
Niles pays a high price for his divorce when severe financial constraints force him to lower his living standards.
Something stinks about the gourmet dinner party Niles throws at Maris's beach house: a putrefied seal carcass on the sand below the deck.
News that KACL will be rehiring everyone is welcome to a jobless Roz, who has to borrow money from Frasier.
At Christmastime, Frasier dates an attractive woman whose mother thinks he's Jewish.
The effort to be a Good Samaritan appears to be a bad idea for Frasier.
Frasier and Roz fix up Martin with Roz's mother.
Frasier catches up on old times with Woody from "Cheers."
Valentine vignettes...calamity befalls Niles as he awaits a date; Frasier wonders whether his evening with a co-worker is for business or pleasure.
Niles, who's being bled by Maris's lawyers, hires a legal shark (and Roz's old boyfriend) to represent him.
With his divorce lawyer Donny dating Daphne, Niles schemes to reunite him with Roz at a lakefront cottage.
Frasier and Niles' planning for a dinner party invites revelations about their relationship.
Niles seeks to return to his luxurious old apartment.
Frasier and Niles act like morons when they learn the results of their childhood IQ tests.
KACL attacks the airwaves with Dr. Nora, a radio shrink whose abrasive style rubs Frasier the wrong way.
Frasier makes an inept attempt to juggle romances with two women.
Daphne learns that Donny plans to propose, but then a psychic vision suggests that he might not be her dream man.
Daphne's engagement to Donny has Niles in a funk, but a peppy waitress from Cafe Nervosa provides a pick-me-up.
Frasier is focused on Faye, but he keeps saying "Cassandra"; meanwhile, Roz has an unfortunate fling and Martin's relationship with Bonnie goes to the dogs.
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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