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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.
The Cranes celebrate Dad's birthday by returning to the cabin where they vacationed as kids.
Frasier takes a hand in Daphne's wedding plans, and Roz is afraid that she's going to be asked to be a bridesmaid.
Frasier allows his feathers to be ruffled when he becomes the victim of pranks being pulled by Carlos and the Chicken, the station's new morning team.
After Niles becomes a critic, Frasier also wants to be one; and he'd suggest it to the station-owner's daughter if she'd stop talking long enough to listen.
Roz is unaware that, while playing nanny for her baby, Bulldog is also playing havoc with her dates. Meanwhile, plots of a different kind concern the Cranes.
Frasier and Niles each thinks that the other is attracted to the woman who is currently the object of his affection.
The Crane brothers suspect that they may have a possible royal ancestry after Martin gets an heirloom appraised on Frasier's and Niles's favorite TV antique show.
After an erroneous report about the state of his health, Frasier reassesses his life; meanwhile, Niles is attracted to a woman with some familiar traits.
The holidays are less cheerful when Lilith accepts Frasier's invitation to join the Cranes for Thanksgiving dinner. Meanwhile, Martin questions Daphne's menu.
After Frasier throws his back out, other things get out of kilter due to various misunderstandings and a revealed secret.
As Frasier prepares to host a holiday party, Daphne considers confronting Niles about his crush on her, and Niles is caught in a lie that he tells his new girlfriend.
Frasier, Niles and Martin encounter unusual delays on their way to a posh New Year's celebration.
When Frasier's radio show needs an opening jingle, he becomes obsessed with composing an elaborate opus.
When Frasier escorts the prom queen to his high-school reunion, he finds her far from a dream date; Niles stirs up Daphne's desire in the Crane kitchen.
Frasier drags his father to the opera, where some new acquaintances think Martin is a homosexual.
When Roz goes on vacation, her sassy replacement threatens to take over Frasier's radio show; Niles learns kickboxing and ends up doing some damage.
Mel pits Niles against Frasier in a wine-tasting competition; Martin feels guilty for bedding his late friend's widow.
Sparks fly between Frasier and Roz at an out-of-town conference; Martin and Niles go on a private-eye stakeout together.
Frasier's agent and ex-paramour Bebe tries enticing him to leave radio psychiatry to host a TV morning show.
Frasier tries changing his image as a stuffy fussbudget by throwing a raunchy bachelor party for Donny; Daphne digs her claws into Mel.
Frasier risks the wrath of a short-tempered Italian chef; Daphne tries to mask her feelings for Niles as she dreads her upcoming wedding to Donny.
Daphne enters therapy after prenuptial jitters and a visit from her loutish brother push her too far.
As Daphne and Donny's wedding approaches, Niles makes a stunning revelation about Mel, and Roz considers a new romantic prospect.
Niles and Daphne reckon with their true feelings for one another at her wedding to Donny.
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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