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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.
A romantic quandary finds Frasier attracted to the doting Claire yet drawn to the "challenging" Lana.
Shelley Long and Bebe Neuwirth reprise their "Cheers" roles, confronting a troubled Frasier in dreamlike sequences.
Jealousy besets Daphne over Niles' patient, a charming and winsome business exec who apparently adores him.
Flashbacks recall Martin's fateful last day as a cop while he readies for a new job amid squabbles over who now has to walk Eddie.
To change his snooty image, Frasier hosts a staff party. And, speaking of image, Roz frets over her romance with a garbageman. Also, Daphne dotes on Niles' childhood mementos, much to his chagrin.
On Halloween, Frasier hosts a come-as-your-hero costume party. He impersonates Freud; Roz is Wonder Woman; and Niles is...Martin, who's masquerading as Joe DiMaggio.
Accidents will happen. That's as good an excuse as any for what befalls Frasier's carpet---and Martin's beloved old chair. Also, Niles gives piano lessons to Roz (who's good) and Daphne (who's not).
Microsoft's Bill Gates guest stars on Frasier's 2000th radio broadcast, an event clouded by a flap over a missing tape of an earlier show.
Wine snobbery obsesses the Crane boys, who vie to see a legendary collection of vintages accessible to Frasier's annoying former tutee.
An unwelcome but persevering new agent plays a key role in Frasier's battle against a rival radio shrink.
A bullying boss ruffles Martin at his new job, but the last thing he needs is Frasier's meddlesome mediation.
A visit from Daphne's overbearing mum and loutish brother ruffles the Cranes.
Tempers flare between Daphne and her disparaging mum, and Frasier and his defiant neighbor.
To attract the youth market, Frasier appears on the station's "Teen Scene," where he's grilled by impertinent high-school journalists.
A choir, a string quartet and a trumpeter figure in Niles' elaborate plans to propose to Daphne.
Michael Keaton guest stars as Lilith's brother, a consummate con artist whose conversion to selflessness doesn't convince Frasier.
Allison Janney ("The West Wing") plays a feisty artist, one of three blind dates lined up for Frasier by his meddling family and Roz.
A-N-X-I-E-T-Y seizes Frasier at the National Spelling Bee, where his son Frederick is a leading competitor.
Childhood memories engulf Frasier and Niles as they visit the home of their youth and unearth evidence of what they believe to be a murder.
To quell a feud between Frasier and an upstairs antagonist, Martin and the neighbor's mom feign a romance.
Rhea Perlman, George Wendt and John Ratzenberger re-create their "Cheers" roles as Frasier and company visit Boston.
Syndication dreams lure Frasier to Spokane, where his replacement of a beloved local icon receives hisses from callers.
Guilt feelings over a sexual liaison with Roz plague Frasier, who heads out to her family reunion in Wisconsin to make amends.
Well-intentioned Niles reunites Daphne's estranged parents, whose quarreling hits new heights.
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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