Niles went from someone who felt like he was successful with his marriage, but his relationship with Maris was extremely toxic, and he loved Daphne more then Maris. He eventually realized that this was making him unhappy, and unsatisfied in life, as well Maris being a control freak, and that she never cared about him. He divorced Maris, and decided to move on from her, and eventually got together with Daphne. The reason why I feel that he was less interesting in the latter was because after he realized she was a impediment on him, and divorced her he had nowhere to go character wise.
Someone spotted Kelsey grammar in public, and took a picture of him. It wasn’t me but I really wish it was me. I found this on R/pics on reddit, posted by a user named U/Weighed.
I feel in the later season they did one episode romances involving Frasier to much. While in the earlier seasons you might have 2 to 3 of these kind of episodes it felt like the writers just ran out of ideas, and every season just had 5 episodes with failed romances with Frasier involved, or episodes with him trying to get a partner. Honestly while I did enjoy fraiser in the later seasons it was a enjoyment out of seeing the characters again, and Honestly Frasier didn’t need 11 seasons, and especially in seasons 10-11 it really felt like the writers were really stretching the story as far as it could possibly. I can’t believe that friends a way more popular show got 10 seasons, and somehow Frasier got 11 seasons. As well as Friends having…
I think that the first 6 years of Frasier were the best. The episodes would often set up jokes very early on in episodes, and then have a big payoff in the end. The episodes utilized their plots very well by having the plots be complex, and would have new elements to make it more comedic as it goes on. A good example of these two things I have just mentioned is the season six episode the seal. In my opinion season six is the season out of the whole show. It took the two aforementioned, and took them to new heights. It also really deconstructed Frasier with him losing his job, and trying to get a new one. This really devastates him as when he moved to Seattle his goal became to infiltrate Seattle’s “elite”, and after he loses his prestigiou…
Here are my top 5 favorite episodes of Frasier:
2. Slow Tango In South Seattle
3. Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
4. Frasier Grinch
5. Odd Man Out
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John Mahoney has sadly passed away. He was 77.
Anyone who watches Frasier will derive great joy from and celebrate John Mahoney's turn as Martin Crane, a caring, intelligent man who, even in his later years, was willing to learn from life and grow as a human being.
Mahoney's charisma saturated even Martin's small moments in an episode with warmth, humour and the gravity of loss or sorrow and the actor provided us all with gravitas that could stun any viewer into a reverent silence equal that of his on-screen sons'. As Frasier once said to his father, "You command respect".
Thank you, Mr. Mahoney, for your spirit gracing us. Rest in peace.
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Hi! I'm a brand-new user, and I just wanted to announce:
I've started a Frasier fanon wiki! :) Link:
Have you noticed that in the later seasons of Frasier, you see Frasier doing less of his show in KACL. It seems as though the later seasons put more emphasis on Niles and Daphne's relationship (which in my opinion is when the show "jumped the shark"). What are your thoughts on this? I personally like the later seasons less becuase of this. Do you care if Frasier does his show or not?
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