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In part 2 of the finale of Frasier, Eddie is taken to the vet by the family during Martin and Ronee's wedding rehersals, Niles and Daphne have very good news. Martin prepares to move out of appartment 1901 and Frasier decides on the offer put to him by his agent.
The episode was rated from 109 votes.
Frasier does not see Daphne again until everyone arrives at the hotel for her wedding. He offers his sympathy about Niles, but she claims that she was just suffering pre-wedding jitters. Frasier doesn't believe her. Martin warns him not to interfere unless he is absolutely sure that it is the right thing. Frasier observes Niles and Daphne sharing a dance after the rehearsal dinner, and realizes that they are obviously in love. He takes Niles upstairs to talk, and tells him about Daphne's feelings. A panicked Niles is unsure of what to do. He tries to talk to Daphne alone, but everyone keeps interrupting them. He finally tells her that he loves her and would leave Mel to be with her. Just as he asks how she feels about him, her family bursts in and takes over the room. Niles and Daphne take refuge on the balcony. She kisses him passionately and admits that she loves him, but then rejects him because she thinks it would be too hard to undo their commitments. The next day, Nil
The episode was rated from 120 votes.
Frasier sets up a date for Daphne with the new station manager, Tom, unaware that Tom is gay and believes he's actually dating Frasier.
The episode was rated from 363 votes.
Niles is lonely and desperate when he realizes he has no romantic prospects while Daphne, Frasier and even Martin are all happy. Niles dates a younger woman and adopts her trendy culture. Meanwhile, Roz takes up with Bulldog, but can't bring herself to dump him after he loses his job at the station.
The episode was rated from 95 votes.
An unlikely chain of events forces Martin to pretend to be gay on Valentine's Day.
The episode was rated from 263 votes.
In part 1 of the finale of Frasier, Frasier struggles to put together a wedding for Martin and Ronee, Some of Daphne's brothers come to Seattle and Frasier gets an offer from his agent that he is considering whether to take or not.The episode was rated from 183 votes.
The Crane household and Daphne's good friend Annie take a weekend trip to a ski lodge, leading to romantic misunderstandings.The episode was rated from 283 votes.
When Daphne's ex-fiance comes to visit, she tries to let him down easy by pretending to be married to Niles. However, when Frasier, Martin, and Roz get involved in the charade, the evening spirals out of control.The episode was rated from 354 votes.
Frasier's ambitious plans to put on a "classic" radio drama are foiled after the actors, perturbed by Frasier's tyrannical style, revolt.The episode was rated from 312 votes.
Daphne gives Niles ballroom dancing lessons, as he prepares for the annual "Snow Ball". When his date falls ill, Niles takes Daphne to the ball, providing him with the night of his life.The episode was rated from 284 votes.
Last updated: oct 18, 2021
Obsessed with this show! Every night i'm watching to fall a sleep
Best show i've discovered this year. loving everything about it :)
Best commedy ever! Could watch it time and time again and laugh at every joke as if it was the first time!
My absolute favorite sitcom ever. I have seen every episode multiple times and still laugh so hard every time. I will never tire of it.
Love the show. Great comedy. Got obsessed with it.
Super seriál, ďakujeme veľmi peke :-)
this show would honestly be so much better without frasier himself - it'd be a lot funnier and a lot less ignorant
love this show very much <3
best show ever
Best show ever
Average season rating: 8.181818… (not that I needed to run the numbers; I could have guessed it was about 8 :grin:) ---- _Frasier_ and its predecessor, _Cheers_, together made up a large portion of my early exposure to television sitcoms, so it's only natural that I would find them nostalgic. Having watched the bulk of both shows in their entirety over the past 6 months or so, I have a _much_ greater appreciation for the writing. Goodness knows that's doubly true for _Frasier_, which leans heavily on verbal wit—humor that was occasionally hard for me to grasp even at \*gasp\* almost 30, let alone when I was a lad of 10. Between the two, though, I much prefer _Frasier_ to _Cheers_. Despite arriving at superficially identical series ratings due to Trakt's enforced ten-point scale, the underlying numbers reveal the truth. I average episode ratings to get season ratings, then average season ratings to get series ratings—and my season average for _Cheers_ came out about 0.55 points lower (7.63… to _Frasier_'s 8.18…). While both shows are certainly funny, I'm clearly drawn to the more intellectual humor of _Frasier_. I'd expect nothing else. Since _Frasier_ also has much less of the tedious "will they or won't they?" type of running plot upon which _Cheers_ loved to rely, that's once again exactly as expected. There were "clunkers" in both shows, yes, but _Frasier_ seemed to have fewer of them. Overall, this is really just a _completely_ different show, even though it stole a beloved character from a Past Master of Situation Comedy and moved him across the entire North American continent. The "theft" was justified. I hope the recent resurgence of rumors and entertainment news coverage concerning a sequel or reboot develops into a real show. Time will tell.
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