Frasier: Season 2
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- 24 episodes on 4 discs
- Marching On to Season 2 (featuring interviews with cast members and producers)
- The Mystery of Maris Continues
- Roz's Dating Tips
- The Nile & Daphne Attraction
- And Then There Was Eddie
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Some of the highlights include the gay/straight farce "The Matchmaker", "The Botched Language of Cranes" is classic Frasier, where everything goes wrong, then gets even worse, after Frasier makes a comment about Seattle that pits the city against him. There is also an episode where Roz leaves to produce Bulldog's show (Roz in the Doghouse), "An Affair to Forget" has Frasier suspecting Maris of cheating on Niles and won an Emmy for writing. There's also a visit from the nefarious agent Bebe (Agents in America, Part III), as well as a great episode that has Niles and Frasier trying to run a restaurant, which predictably goes haywire. These are but a few highlights of this fantastic season of television.
In short, this is as close to perfection as television gets. Highly recommended.
I loved the episode, "The Botched Language of the Cranes", where psychiatrist Frasier tells a depressed caller on his radio show to move out of Seattle to a sunnier place where it doesn't rain so much. Of course, the whole city of Seattle reacts to this, and Frasier has to figure out what to do about it!
Five extras shorts:
"Marching On To Season Two"
"The Mystery of Maris Continues"
"Roz's Dating Tips"
"The Niles and Daphne Attraction"
"And Then There Was Eddie"
are pretty short (about 20 minutes total) and not as interesting as they sound. I did enjoy them, but I probably won't watch them again. The feature commentary track on "The Matchmaker" episode was worth watching. I was pleased to see a list of the celebrity callers! These were not always listed in the credits, and I always want to know who the callers are.
The video quality is much better than the cable television signal that I get. On my big screen TV there is some graininess, but not terrible. The mode is full screen rather than widescreen. The audio is Dolby Digital 2.0, which I find adequate for a sit-com. The voices are clear and easy to understand. Overall, the video and audio quality were very acceptable for a televison show of this type. I was pleased with this DVD set, and recommend it.
From the first episode "Slow Tango in Seattle" (where Frasier's dallience with his piano teacher is the subject of a popular book) to the last "Dark Victory" (where Marty's birthday suffers from a city-wide blackout) there isn't a clunker in the bunch.
Disc #1 features the trifecta of "The Unkindest Cut of All" where Eddie's park activities have produced a litter of puppies. "The Matchmaker" (an instant classic) where Frasier's new boss thinks that Frasier is making a date with him instead of Daphne. The scene where Marty laughs may be one of the funniest in series history. "Flour Child" has Niles carrying around a 10pd flour bag to simulate what it would be like to care for a baby. It also has a riotus scene where Niles relates his dream of kidnappers stealing his "baby" and sending muffins in the mail.
Disc #2 is another winner, the highlight for me was "Roz in the Doghouse" with Bulldog at his absolute finest. JoBeth Williams turns in a nice performance in "Adventures in Paradise". And "Burying a Grudge" has Marty coming to terms with his long-time police partner who's in the hospital.
Disc #3 brings back Sam (a still on-target Ted Dansen) and his soon-to-be wife played by Tia Leone. And the sumptuous Shannon Tweed gets into the act in "You Scratch My Book...". Even a seeminly minor episode like "Daphne's Room" contains huge laughs when Frasier somehow keeps winding up in her room without permission. Look carefully at the picture Frasier picks up, it's a real gutbuster of a revalation.Read more ›
Daphne's Room - I had to watch it over and over again because it was just so damn funny.
The Inkeepers - Niles and Frasier buy a restaraunt. And total chaos rises!
Flour Child - Niles is thinking about having a child w/ Marice but isn't sure. So he gets a bag of flour and treats it like a baby!
There are so many more episodes on this season that are great and hilarious. Now stop reading this and go buy it now!!!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am disappointed that Frasier only has a few days left on Prime Video. There will not be another comedy series available that compares to this magnificent show.Published 18 hours ago by Amayra
I never watched very many episodes of this series when it originally aired. I started watching it from the beginning recently and it is still relevant and funny many years later.Published 1 day ago by Sandy
Such great fun revisiting this show, season by season, episode by episode.Published 1 day ago by Jay A. Rose
love, love, love this show season two is outstanding! must watch.Published 2 days ago by tom torres
Love "Frasier", and the hole group. Better than anything showing on the network TV.Published 7 days ago by John Hartsfield
The longer the show aired the better the characters seem to blend and work seamlessly together! Always good for relaxing with a few laughs and some eye-rolling at the gangs antics!Published 7 days ago by Mickey was here
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season four, episode 21.
Jun 27, 2010 by Terri | See all 2 posts
Peggy, this episode is one of my favorites. It was played to perfection. No matter how many times I have watched, I laugh. It is called "Three Valentines" and I believe it is on Season 6.
Dec 24, 2006 by Lisa Luschin Rusch | See all 2 posts
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