Air Date: September 16th, 1993
The psychiatrist helms a radio call-in show in Seattle.
Season 11 - Episode 23 : Goodnight, Seattle May 13, 2004
Frasier and Niles come to the rescue and offer to plan Martin's wedding in a matter of days when he accidentally reserves the wedding hall for the wrong date.
Season 11 - Episode 22 : Crock Tales May 4, 2004
Frasier finds an old earthenware crock in his kitchen that brings back memories, including the time Roz set him up with her friend (Rosie Perez).
Season 11 - Episode 21 : Detour Apr 27, 2004
Frasier and Charlotte (Laura Linney) get stranded in the middle of nowhere and must take shelter at an eccentric family's home.
Season 11 - Episode 20 : And Frasier Makes Three Apr 20, 2004
Frasier's plan to woo Charlotte (Laura Linney) away from her ruggedly handsome boyfriend (Aaron Eckhart) backfires. Wendie Malick also guest stars.
Season 11 - Episode 19 : Miss Right Now Apr 6, 2004
Frasier develops a crush on his matchmaker (Laura Linney) but is dismayed to learn she has a ruggedly handsome boyfriend (Aaron Eckhart).
This is almost exactly the same premise as Fox's hideously unfunny Daddy Dearest. What a difference a script makes. [16 Sept 1993, p.E1] Show More
So far, Martin and Daphne have been good for a few solid laughs per show,but the indispensable costar has proven to be Frasier's brother, Niles, played by David Hyde Pierce. Show More
Warning: This is not "Cheers II." With the morose Crane as the central character, the Frasier spinoff reflects the gloomy, occasionally pompous personality of the guilt-burdened shrink and the star who plays him. The humor is moody and cerebral, like the chilly Grammer. But that's not bad - especially in this season of warm and gooey domestic sitcoms. [16 Sept 1993, p.43] Show More