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A courtship makes rivals of Martin and Frasier, who are vying for the affections of the latter's former baby-sitter (Wendie Malick), now a lounge singer with a vivacious personality and a quick wit that's appealing to both Crane senior and junior.
Julia Sweeney (“SNL”) plays Frasier's gauche dinner date, whom Roz terms “a placeholder [to] keep your dating muscles toned.” Could be. Frasier's attracted at dinner to another woman, who happens to be Kenny's visiting cousin.
Strange dreams dominate this episode, which finds Frasier wed to Daphne, now a vociferous eater; Niles a carefree philanderer, dallying with bikini-clad repairwomen; and Martin a dashing hoofer, performing with Ronee (Wendie Malick).
A practical joke backfires, giving Martin a “mild cardiac event” that he's anxious to keep secret from Ronee (Wendie Malick), fearing that she'll think he's become “some feeble old guy.” Mimi: Stephanie Faracy. Nurse: Lorraine Toussaint.
Guilty feelings seize Frasier, who, just for a thrill, swipes a medallion from his neighbor, a chatty, trusting widow (Estelle Parsons). Now he sets out to secretly return the object, with the reluctant help of Niles. Willa: Gabrielle Miller.
Joy and Bob do damage control to cover up the details surrounding the mayor's death, so Melanie is tasked with keeping the story from the press, while Elka meets one of the mayor's mistresses. Elsewhere, Victoria confronts a woman who panned her show.
The women take DNA tests to learn more about their ancestries, which leads to some interesting discoveries, including Victoria finding out she has Native American roots, while Melanie pretends to be someone else when she meets a handsome relative.
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- Birth Place: Buffalo, NY
- Birthday: December 13, 1950, Sagittarius
- Profession: Actor