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Bulldog quits his job after Frasier tells him he's heard that Bulldog is going to be fired. Bulldog: Dan Butler. Chopper Dave: Richard Poe. Mr. Miller: John Glover. Father Mike: George Deloy. Teddy: Wayne Wilderson. Roz: Peri Gilpin.
After Martin's doctor dies, Frasier becomes obsessed with death, to the point of crashing the funeral. Aunt Bobbie: June Claman. Mrs. Newman: Stephanie Dunnam. Allen Freedman: Murray Rubenstein. Gail: Maddie Corman. Woman: Shawn Huff. Frasier: Kelsey Gramm (more…)
Frasier agrees to work on Christmas day after his holiday plans fall through. Roz: Peri Gilpin. Bonnie: Katheryn Danielle. Tim: John Finn. Bill: Hawthorne James. Chopper Dave: Richard Poe. Bulldog: Dan Butler.
Conclusion. A convalescing Niles irks Frasier, who's unresponsive to his brother's potshots because of a penitent vow he took and now regrets. Mrs. Moon: Millicent Martin. Daphne: Jane Leeves. Niles: David Hyde Pierce.
A quirky physical therapist (Ana Gasteyer) has a hand in Daphne's sessions with Martin; the Crane brothers con their way into a posh spa but are barred from the “gold-level access.” Spa Receptionist: Hal Sparks. Leila: Sarah Shahi.
Visiting Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth) needs a “favor”: she wants to have another child with Frasier and works her wiles in an effort to get him to agree. Mrs. Moon: Millicent Martin. Albert: Brent Spiner. Alice: Ashley Thomas. James: James Oliver.
Chaos reigns at Daphne's dinner party, catered by Frasier and crashed by Martin, who's mistaken for the guest-of-honor artist (Harve Presnell). Mrs. Moon: Milicent Martin. Alice: Ashley Thomas. Antonia: Ann Cusack. Alex: Paul Schulze.
A new romance rattles Frasier: the gym teacher (Jeanne Tripplehorn) he's dating morphs into his old “derisive, ego-crippling” gym instructor (Bob Hoskins). Julia: Felicity Huffman. Jim: Jack Brewer. Campbell: Amanda Corday.
The brothers Crane are dragooned into taking part in a bicycling event benefiting charity. Now all they have to do is learn how to ride. Julia: Felicity Huffman. Mrs. Moon: Millicent Martin. Cora: Emily Yancy. Kenny: Tom McGowan.
Newly-divorced Kenny (Tom McGowan) turns to Frasier for emotional help, but is more uplifted by Martin and their confabs at McGinty's saloon. Ahmrit: Alan Cumming. Trudy: Mary Kowalski. Martin: John Mahoney. Daphne: Jane Leeves.
A taste for caviar entices the Crane brothers on the “roe” to perdition with a shady Russian dealer selling Beluga at a bottom-line price. Petyr: John Vickery. Vladimir: Oleg Stefan. Bank President: Michael Winters. Todd: Reggie Jordan.
The house that Frasier helped build for Habitat for Humanity is not a home until he decorates it, to the chagrin of its occupants. Also: Niles subs for Martin at a grade-school career day; and Daphne's mum waits tables at Café Nervosa.
Elvis Costello plays a cheery musician, whose gig at the Cafe Nervosa annoys Frasier, who is further flustered by an adulterous friend. Avery: John Hannah. Steve: Kevin Daniels. Julia: Felicity Huffman. Evelyn: Alex Borstein.
David Ogden Stiers plays a visitor from Martin's wife's past whose tastes and manners suggest to Roz he could be Niles and Frasier's real dad. The prospect ruffles Martin, who is uncomfortable with the Crane brothers' affinity for their guest.
A sudden burst of affection from Julia fazes Frasier, who's her abettor in criminal mischief directed at his accountant. Elsewhere, Roz interviews for a job at a rival station; and Niles takes an unlikely liking to target-shooting.
Roz's return to KACL rattles Frasier, who's reinvolved with Julia; Niles' fatherhood plans get an unexpected setback he determines to remedy with an unorthodox virility enhancer. Julia: Felicity Huffman. Kenny: Tom McGowan.
Love blinds Frasier to the faults of Julia (Felicity Huffman), who behaves obnoxiously and insensitively at a Crane dinner gathering. For starters, she embarrasses Daphne, then winds up chattering incessantly on her cell phone.
- Birth Place: Blackpool, Lancashire, England
- Profession: Actor