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Conclusion. Shelley Long and Bebe Neuwirth reprise their “Cheers” roles, confronting a troubled Frasier in dreamlike sequences. Lana: Jean Smart. Hester Crane: Rita Wilson. Bob: Brian Kerwin. Nanette: Leslie Stefanson. Kirby: Brian Klugman.
Jealousy besets Daphne over Niles' patient (Michelle Stafford), a charming and winsome business exec who apparently adores him. TV personality Mary Hart appears as herself. Daphne: Jane Leeves. Niles: David Hyde Pierce. Roz: Peri Gilpin.
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. Frank: Tom Irwin. Kenny: Tom McGowan. Joe: Byrne Offutt. Martin: John Mahoney. Roz: Peri Gilpin.
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. Justin: Soren Fulton. Roz: Peri Gilpin. Niles: David Hyde Pierce.
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). Roz: Peri Gilpin. Niles: David Hyde Pierce.
To attract the youth market, Frasier appears on the station's “Teen Scene,” where he's grilled by impertinent high-school journalists. Trent: Taylor Handley. Kirby: Brian Klugman. Kenny: Tom McGowan. Andy: Brian T. Finney. Emily: Casey Strand. Ryan: Pa (more…)
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- Premiered: September 16, 1993
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Brilliant 'Cheers' spin-off in which psychiatrist Frasier Crane returns to his native Seattle, where he hosts a call-in radio show and spars with his fussy brother, their ex-cop father and dad's physical therapist. Impeccable performances and polished scri… (more)
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