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A case of mistaken identity leads to Frasier dating Kenny's wife (Illeana Douglas); an eating binge discomfits Daphne. Kenny: Tom McGowan. Daphne: Jane Leeves. Niles: David Hyde Pierce. Martin: John Mahoney. Janis: Julie Dretzin. Roz: Peri Gilpin. Frasier: (more…)
Hoop dreams: the brothers Crane attend a Sonics game, where Niles is picked to shoot a prize-winning basket during halftime. Martin: John Mahoney. Francine: Lisa K. Wyatt. Jean-Pierre: Philippe Durand. Niles: David Hyde Pierce. Roz: Peri Gilpin. Daphne: Ja (more…)
John Glenn portrays himself, thrust into a feud between Roz and Frasier over the direction of a documentary on space exploration. B.K.: Rob Moore. Ed: Tom Slovick. Kenny: Tom McGowan. Roz: Peri Gilpin. Frasier: Kelsey Grammer. Niles: David Hyde Pierce. Mar (more…)
Martin hits it off with two women, and it's the rich one (Barbara Babcock) his sons scheme to hit up to bail out their bankrupt prep school. William: John Michael Higgins. Estelle: Damara Reilly. Reggie: Michael Canavan. Spencer: Charles Janasz. Martin: Jo (more…)
A Wine Club dispute uncorks a feud between Niles and Frasier, who breaks bylaws to host a radio talk show on his grasp of the grape. Frederica: Jennifer Coolidge. Endicott: Charles Cioffi. Gil: Edward Hibbert. Lance: David Norona. Kenny: Tom McGowan.
Rene Auberjonois returns as Frasier's mentor, a pensive shrink who's seen by the startled Crane in a “less than dignified light.” Also: Daphne's convinced she's a psychic, and that feeling perturbs Niles. Dr. Morey: Fisher Stevens. Roz: Peri Gilpin. Ni (more…)
Jean Smart reprises her Emmy-winning role as a high-school prom queen, now a cynical divorcée, whose comely friend (Patricia Clarkson) strikes Frasier's fancy. Neil: J. Paul Boehmer. Kirby: Brian Klugman, Jack's nephew. Martin: John Mahoney. Frasier: Kels (more…)
In desperation, Frasier cuts a deal with the teen he's tutoring: he'll get the dimwit a hot date for his prom if the lad buckles down. Lana: Jean Smart. Claire: Patricia Clarkson. Kirby: Brian Klugman. Maitre d': Christian Aubert. Roz: Peri Gilpin.
Niles reacts jealously to Daphne's reunion with a fetching dog lover (Tom Verica); Frasier appeals to the kindlier nature of caustic Lana (Jean Smart), who's trying to close a house sale. Joanne: Mary-Joan Negro. Phillip: Patrick Breen. Smolenski: William (more…)
A mix of live action and puppet animation enhances this adaptation of Roald Dahl's fairy tale about a boy (Paul Terry) whose life is enriched when he steps inside a magic peach. Old Man: Pete Postlethwaite. Voices include Richard Dreyfuss, Susan Sarandon (more…)
Daphne's engagement to Donny has Niles (David Hyde Pierce) in a funk, but a peppy waitress from Cafe Nervosa provides a pick-me-up. Part 1 of two. Noel: Patrick Kerr. Donny: Saul Rubinek. Faye: Amy Brenneman. Cassandra: Virginia Madsen. Bonnie: Alice Playt (more…)
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. Conclusion. Noel: Patrick Kerr. Donny: Saul Rubinek. Faye: Amy Brenneman. Cassandra: Virginia M (more…)
The Cranes celebrate Dad's birthday by returning to the cabin where they vacationed as kids. Mia: Rita Wilson. Young Frasier: Dustin Tragethon. Young Niles: Sean Cast. Francesca: Georgia Emelin. Jessica: Delaina Mitchell. Roz: Peri Gilpin.
Frasier takes a hand in Daphne's wedding plans, and Roz (Peri Gilpin) is afraid that she's going to be asked to be a bridesmaid. Sabrina: Loryn Locklin. Father Franklin: Greg Callahan. Donny: Saul Rubinek. Daphne: Jane Leeves. Martin: John Mahoney.