Season 7 of American comedy series Frasier aired on NBC television network.

Plot

Kelsey Grammer is Frasier — the hilarious psychiatrist first seen on TV's Cheers and subsequently the star of this smash-hit comedy series.

In the season premiere, Frasier meets a woman who is a dead ringer for his deceased mother which results in Frasier ending the relationship when he comes to this realization.

Meanwhile, as Daphne prepares for her wedding to Donny, the love life for Niles appears to take shape when he meets Melinda Karnofsky and begins a relationship with her. However, the love lives for both he and Daphne become very complicated when a heavily medicated Frasier inadvertently spills the beans to Daphne about Niles and his powerful infatuation for her.

In other events, Roz, against her better judgement, hires the recently fired Bulldog as her babysitter, Martin must act quickly when a new acquaintance innocently sets him up on a date — with another man!, Frasier is once again reunited with Lilith and Frederick, Martin purchases a Winnebago, Frasier and Bebe host a show together, Daphne is paid a visit from her rude brother, Simon, and the Daphne and Niles saga reaches its climax when Daphne flees her wedding to be with him.

Starring

Kelsey Grammer as Frasier Crane
Jane Leeves as Daphne Moon
David Hyde Pierce as Niles Crane
Peri Gilpin as Roz Doyle
and John Mahoney as Martin Crane

Special Guest Stars

Jane Adams as Mel Karnofsky (7 episodes)
Saul Rubinek as Donny Douglas (6 episodes)
Anthony LaPaglia as Simon Moon (3 episodes)
Katie Finneran as Poppy Delafield (2 episodes)
Rita Wilson as Mia Preston/Hester Crane ("Momma Mia")
Dan Butler as Bulldog ("The Dog That Rocks The Cradle")
Bebe Neuwirth as Lilith Sternin ("The Apparent Trap")
Jean Smart as Lorna Lynley ("Big Crane On Campus")
Marg Helgenberger as Emily ("Out With Dad")
Brian Bedford as Edward ("Out With Dad")
Harriet Sansom Harris as Bebe Glazer ("Morning Becomes Entertainment")
Robert Loggia as Stefano ("Three Faces Of Frasier")
S. Epatha Merkerson as Dr. McCaskill ("Dark Side Of The Moon")

Recurring cast

Tom McGowan as Kenny Daly (7 episodes)

Guest Starring

Edward Hibbert as Gil Chesterton (3 episodes)
Gigi Rice as Regan Shaw (2 episodes)
Loryn Locklin as Sabrina ("Father Of The Bride")
John Ennis as Carlos ("Radio Wars")
Bryan Callen as The Chicken ("Radio Wars")
Matt Roth as Ted ("The Dog That Rocks The Cradle")
Patrick Kerr as Noel Shempsky ("A Tsar Is Born")
Robertson Dean as Dr. Porfiry Myshkin ("A Tsar Is Born")
Rob Leo Roy as Phil ("The Late Dr. Crane")
Trevor Einhorn as Frederick Crane ("The Apparent Trap")
Anthony Zerbe as Clifford ("RDWRER")
Rebecca Schull as Betty ("RDWRER")
Mary Louise Wilson as Helen ("Out With Dad")
Kim Coles as Mary Thomas ("Something About Dr. Mary")
Anita Gillette as Mrs. Wojadubakowski ("Whine Club")
Anthony Heald as Corkmaster ("Whine Club")
Carlos Jacott as Matt ("Morning Becomes Entertainment")
Rachel York as Dinah ("To Thine Old Self Be True")
Kelly Miller as Holly ("Dark Side Of The Moon")
Millicent Martin as Gertrude Moon ("Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2")

Co-Starring

Georgia Emelin as Francesca ("Momma Mia")
Delaina Mitchell as Jessica ("Momma Mia")
Dustin Tragethon as Young Frasier ("Momma Mia")
Sean Cast as Young Niles ("Momma Mia")
Greg Callahan as Reverend Franklin ("Father Of The Bride")
Wilson Bell as Marco ("Father Of The Bride")
Kipp Shiotani as Delivery Guy ("Father Of The Bride")
Dawn McMillan as Waitress ("Radio Wars")
Peter Asle Holden as Steven ("The Dog That Rocks The Cradle")
Neal Lerner as Appraiser ("A Tsar Is Born")
Grace Rowe as Stage Manager ("A Tsar Is Born")
John P. Farley as Records Clerk ("The Late Dr. Crane")
Mary Jo Smith as Nurse ("The Late Dr. Crane")
Chariesse LaVelle as News Anchor ("The Late Dr. Crane")
Susan Merson as Woman in Café ("The Late Dr. Crane")
Lauren Cohn as Orderly ("The Late Dr. Crane")
Lisa Robinson as Connie ("Back Talk")
Kevin Brief as Cop ("RDWRER")
Wayne Grace as Farmer ("RDWRER")
Christine Kludjian as Tiffany ("They're Playing Our Song")
David Thompson as Leon ("They're Playing Our Song")
Tom Brooks as Drummer ("They're Playing Our Song")
Tom Beyer as Singer ("They're Playing Our Song")
Selma Stern as Neighbor ("Big Crane On Campus")
Scott Lowell as Chuck ("Something About Dr. Mary")
Carla Renata Williams as Louise ("Something About Dr. Mary")
Amy Landers as Waitress ("Something About Dr. Mary")
Richard Stretchberry as Virgil ("Whine Club")
Tom Gottlieb as Waiter ("Hot Pursuit")
Ilo Orleans as Stage Manager ("Morning Becomes Entertainment")
Karen Hensel as Bethany ("Morning Becomes Entertainment")
Greg Zerkle as Doorman ("To Thine Old Self Be True")
Lilyan Chauvin as Mama ("Three Faces Of Frasier")
Gene Lythgow as Maitre d' ("Three Faces Of Frasier")
Nastassja Schmiedt as Girl In Line ("Three Faces Of Frasier")
Skye McCole Bartusiak as Girl With Drawing ("Three Faces Of Frasier")
Dendrie Taylor as Paris ("Dark Side Of The Moon")
Janice Kent as Neighbor ("Dark Side Of The Moon")
Barbara Sharma as Donny's Mom ("Dark Side Of The Moon")
John David Conti as Donny's Dad ("Dark Side Of The Moon")
Jonathan Bruce as Judd ("Dark Side Of The Moon")
Brooks Almy as Mrs. Richman ("Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 1")
Teri Ralston as Miss Carney ("Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2")
Tom Byrd as Tim Walsh ("Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2")
Cameron Dye as Nigel Moon ("Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2")
Rob Clingman as Bartender ("Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2")
A.T. Montgomery as Waiter ("Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2")

Guest callers

Gloria Estefan as Maria ("Something About Dr. Mary")
Isaac Mizrahi as Gabe ("Something About Dr. Mary")

Episodes

# EP # EPISODE AIRDATE
145 1 Momma Mia 23 September 1999
146 2 Father of the Bride 30 September 1999
147 3 Radio Wars 7 October 1999
148 4 Everyone's A Critic 14 October 1999
149 5 The Dog That Rocks The Cradle 21 October 1999
150 6 Rivals 4 November 1999
151 7 A Tsar Is Born 11 November 1999
152 8 The Late Dr. Crane 18 November 1999
153 9 The Apparent Trap 25 November 1999
154 10 Back Talk 9 December 1999
155 11 The Fight Before Christmas 16 December 1999
156 12 RDWRER 6 January 2000
157 13 They're Playing Our Song 13 January 2000
158 14 Big Crane On Campus 3 February 2000
159 15 Out With Dad 10 February 2000
160 16 Something About Dr. Mary 17 February 2000
161 17 Whine Club 24 February 2000
162 18 Hot Pursuit 23 March 2000
163 19 Morning Becomes Entertainment 6 April 2000
164 20 To Thine Old Self Be True 27 April 2000
165 21 Three Faces Of Frasier 4 May 2000
166 22 Dark Side Of The Moon 11 May 2000
167 23 Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 1 18 May 2000
168 24 Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Part 2 18 May 2000
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