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Frasier experiments with compassion when Lilith becomes lost in a maze of grief following the death of a beloved lab rat, while Paul (Paul Willson) is the unlikely cheese to a sexy pursuer (Beth Toussaint). Cheryl: Cheryl Lynn Bruce. Andre: Andre Miripolsk (more…)
When Frasier objects to Sam's attachment to Frederick, Sam searches for a woman who can bear him a little Malone of his own. Elvis: Pete Willcox. Daria: Tress MacNeille. Frederick: Christopher and Kevin Graves. Sam: Ted Danson.
Frasier suggests that the guys go on a road trip in search of their “inner hairy men,” while the women find one at the bar---Carla's nephew Frankie (Anthony Addabbo), who fills in for Sam and Woody while they are away.
Sam and Rebecca's burning desire to be parents is tested by the baptism by fire they get when they baby-sit Carla's unruly brood round-the-clock. Also, Cliff is hot to direct the video that Woody is sending home. Serafina: Leah Remini. Kelly: Jackie Swanso (more…)
The gang courts disaster when they get the Boston Celtics' Kevin McHale obsessed with counting the bolts on the Boston Garden floor and his play begins to suffer. Kevin's wife Lynn has a cameo, as does Celtics announcer Glenn Ordway.
Sam asks Carla to help him get even with not-so-friendly upstairs neighbor John Allen Hill, but instead she gets horizontal with him. John Allen Hill: Keene Curtis. Show Barker No. 1: Jordan Lund. Show Barker No. 2: Kenneth Magee.
Stacy Keach guest stars as an acting coach, who's taken over Jack's class and adopted the McFarland Method: "acting is attracting." Also, Blythe Danner reappears as Will's mom, getting very tipsy in a tête-à-tête with Grace.
Part 1 of two. Alec Baldwin plays a mysterious stranger who figures in Will's future, and Eric Stoltz is a Romeo from Grace's past. Elsewhere, Seth Green plays an obnoxious former child star signed to host Jack's new talk show.
Stan's return rattles Karen, who feels "lied to." Will offers solace---sort of. Meanwhile, Grace gets a rep as a homophobe on Jack's TV talk show, thanks to injudicious editing that she seeks to set straight in no uncertain terms.
Richard Chamberlain appears as a sarcastic, reclusive buttinsky who figures in Grace's 10th annual trivia game. In other events, Stan reappears---sort of---in a very steamy steam room, where he's confronted by Malcolm, Karen's new love.
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