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Season 6 of American comedy series Frasier aired on NBC television network.


Much of the early plot is Frasier coping (badly) with the loss of his job at KACL. He and Roz seem to be the only former co-workers who can't find work. Frasier goes through a terrible depression because of his unemployment, since much of his self-esteem came from his prestige and profile. Eventually, Frasier, Roz, and the rest of the KACL staff are reinstated and the station returns to normal.

Meanwhile, Niles is still in the process of his divorce from Maris. He eventually changes lawyers to instead use Donny Douglas, an ex of Roz's, and he finally manages to bring the bitter process to an end. However, just as Niles gets his divorce, Donny begins to date Daphne and the two get engaged shortly afterwards, leaving Niles devastated.

Elsewhere, Frasier reunites with his old Boston friend Woody Boyd, Roz deals with being a single mother, Martin tries to get back into the dating game after breaking up with Sherry the year before and Frasier’s love life becomes complicated when he finds himself caught between two women.


Kelsey Grammer as Frasier Crane
Jane Leeves as Daphne Moon
David Hyde Pierce as Niles Crane
Peri Gilpin as Roz Doyle
Dan Butler as Bulldog (5 episodes)
and John Mahoney as Martin Crane

Special Guest Stars

Saul Rubinek as Donny Douglas (5 episodes)
Amy Brenneman as Faye Moskowitz (4 episodes)
Virginia Madsen as Cassandra Stone (3 episodes)
Teri Hatcher as Marie ("First, Do No Harm")
Eva Marie Saint as Joanna Doyle ("Our Parents, Ourselves")
Woody Harrelson as Woody Boyd ("The Show Where Woody Shows Up")
Christine Baranski as Nora Fairchild ("Dr. Nora")
Piper Laurie as Mrs. Mulhern ("Dr. Nora")

Guest starring

Patrick Kerr as Noel Shempsky (4 episodes)
Alice Playten as Bonnie (3 episodes)
Tom McGowan as Kenny Daly (2 episodes)
Edward Hibbert as Gil Chesterton (2 episodes)
Jessica Cauffiel as Kit (2 episodes)
Kandis Chappell as Doris ("Good Grief")
Fran Kranz as Aaron ("Good Grief")
Marsha Kramer as Tooty ("Good Grief")
Timothy Omundson as Director ("Good Grief")
Scott Michael Campbell as Mr. Rugly ("Frasier's Curse")
Tim Monsion as Percy Williams ("Frasier's Curse")
Fritz Weaver as Sir Trevor Ainsley ("Hot Ticket")
Natalija Nogulich as Susan Kendall ("Hot Ticket")
Francis X. McCarthy as Steve Kendall ("Hot Ticket")
Sally Champlin as Usher ("Hot Ticket")
James Cunningham as Dr. Rob Mandel ("Hot Ticket")
Grace Phillips as Nancy Cavanagh ("Secret Admirer")
Cynthia K. Ambuehl as Madeline ("Secret Admirer")
Micheal McShane as Frank ("How To Bury A Millionaire")
Christopher Durang as Sebastian Melmoth ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Catherine Dent as Claudia Kynock ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Arnie Burton as Chef Marcel ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Marilyn Child as Gretchen Koontz ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Raymond Hanis, Jr. as Officer McLean ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Tricia O'Kelley as Colette ("Roz, A Loan")
Marcelo Tubert as Jorge ("Roz, A Loan")
Carole Shelley as Helen Moskowitz ("Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz")
Trevor Einhorn as Frederick Crane ("Good Samaritan")
David H. Ferguson as Crystal ("Good Samaritan")
Betsy Gardner as Laura Hilton ("Good Samaritan")
Rosemary Murphy as Carol Larkin ("Taps At The Montana")
Jack Sydow as Alfred Larkin ("Taps At The Montana")
Randy Doney as Dr. MacLowery ("Taps At The Montana")
Mimi Hines as Mrs. Latimer ("Taps At The Montana")
Bill Morey as Mr. Probst ("Taps At The Montana")
Carolee Carmello as Jody ("IQ")
David Aaron Baker as Waiter ("IQ")
Sharon Madden as Mrs. Woodson ("Visions Of Daphne")
Jason Graae as Jack ("Shutout In Seattle: Part 2")
Gregory Jbara as Bartender ("Shutout In Seattle: Part 2")


Robert Arce as George ("Good Grief")
Dawn McMillan as Waitress ("Good Grief")
Craig Green as Caterer ("Good Grief")
Doreen Calderon as Amanda ("Frasier's Curse")
Erika Christensen as Teenager ("Frasier's Curse")
Ken Daly as Man On Street ("Frasier's Curse")
Laura Harring as Rebecca Wendell ("Dial M For Martin")
Joe Howard as Ticket Seller ("Hot Ticket")
Simon Brooke as Bartender ("Hot Ticket")
Lynn Tufeld as Waitress ("Hot Ticket")
Randy Pelish as Customer ("First, Do No Harm")
Rosa Blasi as Waitress ("Secret Admirer")
William Dennis Hunt as Mr. Draper ("How To Bury A Millionaire")
Eugene Lee as Officer Athanis ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Susie Park as Pam ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Susanne Blakeslee as Party Guest ("The Seal Who Came To Dinner")
Lombardo Boyar as Delivery Man ("Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz")
Jihad Harik as Sales Clerk ("Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz")
Ross Gottstein as Wallet Guy ("Good Samaritan")
Wendell W. Wright as Fred ("Good Samaritan")
Michael Marino as Patrolman ("Good Samaritan")
Eric Ware as Cop ("Good Samaritan")
Andrea Andes as Bulldog's Date ("Good Samaritan")
Rocky McMurray as Shangri-lino ("Our Parents, Ourselves")
Roger Fan as Waiter ("The Show Where Woody Shows Up")
Peter Waldman as Violinist ("Three Valentines")
Lawrence Lowe as Waiter ("Three Valentines")
Armando Molina as Mario ("Three Valentines")
Dan Kern as Maitre d' ("Three Valentines")
Aloma Wright as Maria ("To Tell The Truth")
Paul Cusimano as Waiter ("To Tell The Truth")
Nina Mann as Miss Finn ("Taps At The Montana")
Fiona Hale as Mrs. Hawkins ("Taps At The Montana")
Jack Donner as Mr. Hawkins ("Taps At The Montana")
Howard Shangraw as Auction Official ("IQ")
Phyllis Katz as Woman at Auction ("IQ")
Joseph Lindgren as Dr. Allan Zafrin ("IQ")
Douglas Owen McDonald as George ("Dr. Nora")

Guest callers

Ron Howard as Stephen ("Good Samaritan")
William H. Macy as Ralph ("Good Samaritan")
Phil Donahue as Larry ("Our Parents, Ourselves")
Marlo Thomas as Sophie ("Our Parents, Ourselves")
Beverly D'Angelo as Audrey ("The Show Where Woody Shows Up")
Gillian Anderson as Jenny ("Dr. Nora")
Yo-Yo Ma as Tom ("Dr. Nora")
Bonnie Raitt as Denise ("Dr. Nora")
Pia Zadora as Jill ("Dr. Nora")


  • This is the last season in which Dan Butler is part of the main cast. As with the previous two seasons, he is only credited for the episodes in which he appears. Butler would continue to make guest appearances in subsequent seasons.
  • This is the second season in which Bebe Neuwirth does not appear. She also did not appear in Season 3.
  • Beginning with this season, the show took over the time slot previously occupied by Seinfeld 


121 1 Good Grief 24 September 1998
122 2 Frasier's Curse 1 October 1998
123 3 Dial M For Martin 8 October 1998
124 4 Hot Ticket 15 October 1998
125 5 First, Do No Harm 29 October 1998
126 6 Secret Admirer 5 November 1998
127 7 How To Bury A Millionaire 12 November 1998
128 8 The Seal Who Came To Dinner 19 November 1998
129 9 Roz, A Loan 10 December 1998
130 10 Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz 17 December 1998
131 11 Good Samaritan 7 January 1999
132 12 Our Parents, Ourselves 21 January 1999
133 13 The Show Where Woody Shows Up 4 February 1999
134 14 Three Valentines 11 February 1999
135 15 To Tell The Truth 18 February 1999
136 16 Decoys 25 February 1999
137 17 Dinner Party 11 March 1999
138 18 Taps At The Montana 25 March 1999
139 19 IQ 8 April 1999
140 20 Dr. Nora 29 April 1999
141 21 When A Man Loves Two Women 6 May 1999
142 22 Visions Of Daphne 13 May 1999
143 23 Shutout In Seattle: Part 1 20 May 1999
144 24 Shutout In Seattle: Part 2 20 May 1999