roz11 wrote:Ham Radio. Where Niles has to do all the accents and Gil is determined to say that speech. Honestly, I've never laughed at a comedy episode (of anything) so much. For the whole scene I was on the floor.
But I'm in stitches whenever I see the scene/s where Niles talks about his housekeeper "Gee"... "No, no, back of the throat, N-Gee"
I also love the scene in the season 3 opener when frasier has to do the night spot and can´t sleep because of the gunshot.
Niles: And there's no need to get snippy. Accidents happen, you
Frasier: Oh, I'm sorry, was I snippy? I didn't realize it was too
much to ask that there not be GUNPLAY IN MY LIVING ROOM!
Sideshow Cecil wrote:the meeting of the Building Committee when they are discussing Martin's 'exhibitionism' and Frasier mistakenly thinks they are talking abot Eddie!
Scots Frasier Fan wrote:What about everyone raising their eyebrows in shock except Niles who has had the expensive injections?
I forget which episode it is but is must be at least Season 6
!Amz! wrote:I've got a few:
-The part when Daphne wacks one of the eels on the worktop, then the explosion from outside the kitchen and Roz coming in with her hair all fuzzed up is the best scene of the season!
-Niles doing all the different characters, then when he has to do Peppo the Dwarf, he nearly kneels, but realises it's radio and ends up sucking on a helium balloon.
-The end of the play when Niles ends up "shooting" everyone.
-The part when Niles has his hand down the garbage disposal and Frasier turns on the coffee maker causing Niles to leap backwards.
-When Martin, Frasier and Ronnee turn up at the vets after Daphne's given birth and Niles comes out holding a baby monkey and Martin says to Frasier "don't stare, you were no prize at that age either!"
"Look Before You Leap"
-Frasier singing "Buttons + Bows"
"The Two Mrs Cranes"
-The entire episode!
mickeba wrote:the entire episode of "Out with Dad", it's hilarious from start to finish, viewing after viewing. Probably the one moment in the show is when Frasier tells Martin he's on a (gay) date. However the entire episode is vintage Frasier. The greatest episode produced.
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