Frasier Online Episode Guide -> Season 3 -> Episode 3.13
Written by: Joe Keenan, Christopher Lloyd, Rob Greenberg, Jack Burditt, Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett Giordano, Linda Morris & Vic Rauseo
Directed by: Kelsey Grammer
Original US airdate: 6th February 1996
Original UK airdate: 4th October 1996
Niles is scanning the society page when he sees a picture of Maris with
another man. Although Niles is annoyed at first, Martin tries to convince
him that he should try and get out a bit as well. This he does in the
form of arranging to take Marjorie Nash, the Fruit-At-The-Bottom yoghurt
heiress to one of Niles' society events, the Snow Ball. He then realises
that he can't dance but Daphne then offers to teach Niles everything he
needs to know. Just as soon as Niles is getting into the swing of things,
Marjorie calls to say that she can't make it - something that he doesn't
want to tell Daphne. Having already seen the way Niles looks at Daphne,
Martin says that he might end up saying something you'll regret and tells
him to inform Daphne of the truth, which Niles does. Daphne then suggests
she go with Niles to the Ball instead, an invitation that Niles just can't
say no to.....
|Episode Title Cards|
- Eddie with a towel over his head.
- Martin comments that Maris always like to have a male companion
at social events:
Niles: She never liked going anywhere alone - except bed.
- After Eddie is in the elevator and the door shuts.
Daphne: Now he's thinking 'Which one's the emergency button?'
- Daphne is trying to teach Niles a dance step:
Niles: This is boring yet difficult.
- Martin worries what Niles' infatuatiomn with Daphne will lead
Martin: You don't think I see the way you look at Daphne. You're sticking a fork in a toaster here.
Niles: Well my muffin's stuck.
- The doorbell rings, Daphne says "That's my date" and Niles is at the door. The look on Frasier's face is great, as he has just come back from holiday as he knows nothing.
- The timing as Daphne and Niles take to the floor for their first dance as the band stops is terrific.
Daphne: Did you ever see something and say 'I've just got to
[Niles is speechless].
|Frasier Online Episode Review|
A wonderful episode - humane, warm and very funny. With a script by 8 writers and directed by Frasier himself, Kelsey Grammar, the show is a great chance for David Hyde Pierce and Jane Leeves to shine, who do so magnificently. The scene where it seems that Daphne reciprocates Niles interest in her (before she reveals it was to fool all Niles' snobby friends) is superbly done. In short a must-see episode for all 'Frasier' fans
|Latest Viewer Episode Review|
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Total Number of Reviews: 23
Breathtaking, Dec 06, 2011
Reviewer: Sammy J from Melbourne, Australia
"Moon Dance" is unequivocally one of the greatest episodes
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