Frasier 11 Seasons 2002

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Season 9
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23. The Guilt Trippers TV-PG CC

Frasier and Roz worry about ruining their friendship after they sleep together. Niles goes to England looking for Daphne's missing father.

Starring:
Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
May 14, 2002

The Guilt Trippers

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Season 9
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    1. Don Juan in Hell (Part 1) Frasier has trouble deciding between two women and ends up losing them both. Niles mistakenly goes to a local beach in the buff.

    TV-PG 22min September 25, 2001
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    2. Don Juan in Hell (Part 2) Troubled by his recent relationship woes, Frasier goes to the country for peace and quiet, but ends up facing the ghosts of failed relationships past.

    TV-PG 25min September 25, 2001
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    3. The First Temptation of Daphne Daphne is tortured by pangs of jealousy when she learns one of Niles's patients is in love with him. Frasier and Martin go to extreme lengths to catch a cricket hiding in the apartment.

    TV-PG 22min October 2, 2001
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    4. The Return of Martin Crane Martin's new job triggers old memories.

    TV-PG 22min October 9, 2001
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    5. Love Stinks Roz comes face to face with her own snobbery when she dates a garbage man. Frasier's plan to convince his co-workers he isn't an elitist snob backfires when he becomes more popular than he wants.

    TV-PG 22min October 16, 2001
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    6. Room Full of Heroes Frasier's psychological party game brings unpleasant revelations at his Halloween party. Niles dresses as Martin and gets drunk on beer. The children in the apartment building believe that Frasier eats kids' brains.

    TV-PG 22min October 30, 2001
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    7. Bla-Z-Boy On their 8th anniversary of living together, Frasier accidentally destroys Martin's recliner. Niles discovers Daphne has no talent for music.

    TV-PG 22min November 6, 2001
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    8. The Two Hundreth Episode Frasier becomes obsessed with replacing a missing tape in his collection of all 2,000 of his shows.

    TV-PG 28min November 13, 2001
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    9. Sharing Kirby Blood pressures and spirits rise as an intern becomes the pawn in Frasier and Niles' battle over a wine cellar tour.

    TV-PG 22min November 20, 2001
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    10. Junior Agent The Frasier Crane show has some competition. In order to combat the competition and score some ratings, Frasier is aided by an unlikely source--his agent's assistant.

    TV-PG 22min November 27, 2001
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    11. Bully For Martin Martin gets criticized at work and decides to let it go; however, Frasier and Niles can't. They decide to do some interfering which leads to a lengthy confinement in a storage room.

    TV-PG 22min December 11, 2001
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    12. Mother Load (Part 1) The arrival of Daphne's mother derails her plans to move in with Niles. Frasier gets into a war with his upstairs neighbor over a parking spot.

    TV-PG 22min January 8, 2002
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    13. Mother Load (Part 2) The arrival of Daphne's mother derails her plans to move in with Niles. Frasier gets into a war with his upstairs neighbor over a parking spot.

    TV-PG 22min January 15, 2002
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    14. Juvenilia Frasier agrees to go on a teen show to boost his ratings among younger listeners, but is bushwhacked by the show's sensationalism-seeking hosts. Niles gets arrested making a romantic gesture for Daphne.

    TV-PG 22min January 22, 2002
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    15. The Proposal Niles gets everyone involved in his elaborate plans to propose to Daphne. An ill-timed lie ruins Martin's chances with Peg.

    TV-PG 22min February 5, 2002
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    16. Wheels of Fortune Frasier struggles not to be taken in by Lilith's conniving brother.

    TV-PG 22min February 26, 2002
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    17. Three Blind Dates Niles, Roz and Martin play matchmaker for Frasier.

    TV-PG 22min March 5, 2002
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    18. War of the Words Frasier is more nervous than his son when Frederick competes in the National Spelling Championship, and the elder Crane ends up ruining everything for his offspring.

    TV-PG 22min March 12, 2002
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    19. Deathtrap Revisiting the home of their childhood, Frasier and Niles find a human skull and become obsessed with proving that their former landlord murdered his wife.

    TV-PG 24min April 2, 2002
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    20. The Love You Fake When Frasier and his neighbor Cam begin feuding, Martin and Cam's mother hatch a plot to patch up the relationship.

    TV-PG 22min April 9, 2002
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    21. Cheerful Goodbyes Frasier reunites with his pals from "Cheers."

    TV-PG 22min April 30, 2002
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    22. Frasier Has Spokane Frasier finds a cold welcome in his new market of Spokane when he replaces a beloved local radio personality.

    TV-PG 22min May 7, 2002
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    23. The Guilt Trippers Frasier and Roz worry about ruining their friendship after they sleep together. Niles goes to England looking for Daphne's missing father.

    TV-PG 22min May 14, 2002
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    24. Moons Over Seattle Niles brings Daphne's father to Seattle in hopes of convincing him to reunite with her mother.

    TV-PG 22min May 21, 2002

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Wil Shriner
Starring Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves
Supporting actors David Hyde Pierce, Peri Gilpin, John Mahoney, Millicent Martin, Suzanne Cryer, Ted King, Marcia Ann Burrs, Bobby Brewer, Brian Cox, Enzo the Dog
Season year 2002
Network Grub Street Productions
Executive Producer Gayle Abrams
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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85 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Beer Necessity on February 1, 2007
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Season 9 of Frasier saw Dan O'Shannon become the sole `Showrunner' following Mark Reisman's departure from the staff, and it could hardly have been in more tragic circumstances. David Angell, the co-creator of the show and a major creative force died, as so many did, in the September 11th atrocities of 2001. It's difficult to assess how this tragedy affected the show creatively, as the series was already in a period of re-adjustment following the Season 7 finale and the whole dynamic of the show had changed. Taken as a whole, the season is a marginal improvement on the more serious and thoughtful season 8. There are a greater number of funny episodes, but the poor episodes really stand out. Here's a rundown of the season:

Don Juan In Hell Part 1 - A continuation of the season 8 finale in which Frasier has to choose between two women, Claire and Lana. On the whole it's a pretty dull re-tread, with only the appearance of `Island Niles' providing some mild amusement.

Don Juan In Hell Part 2 - Likely to be combined with the first part on DVD, this is a much better episode. Frasier forces himself to confront the reason why his relationships always fail by inviting Lilith, Diane, Nanette (his first wife) and Hester (his mother) on a trip inside his head.

The First Temptation of Daphne - Daphne and Niles address issues of trust following Daphne's discovery that one of Niles' patients is infatuated with him.

The Return of Martin Crane - A thoughtful episode in which Martin returns to work for the first time since he was shot many years ago.

Love Stinks - The first truly bad episode this season revolves around Roz being embarrassed dating a garbage disposal worker.
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78 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Zaved on February 2, 2007
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Frasier is one of the all time great shows. Season 9 is one of the better seasons of this eleven seasons series.

During this season, Frasier, on a getaway at a rustic cabin, has a hallucination of his three previous girlfriends/wives. He also manages to accidentally destroy the arm chair of Martin. The reconstructed arm chair ironically is the most expensive item in his exquisitely assembled drawing room - oh the irony! Niles and Daphne plans to move in together and their plans are thwarted by the arrival of Daphne's mother. Frasier tries to un-mask Lilith's (his ex-wife) brother, a con-artist. In one memorable episode, Cliff's (a character from Cheers) farewell party introduces Niles to Frasier's past exploits at Cheers. During the season finale, Roz and Frasier sleep together, forever immortalized by the comment from Martin ("Big story about how Roz's purse spent the night on the coffee table"). And Niles is off to England to try and convince the alcoholic father of Daphne to reunite with his family.

A strongly recommended season and those of you not familiar with the characters, I have added a small summary of the main characters of the show.

Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer): The lead character. He holds degrees in psychology from Harvard University and lives in Seattle. His list of selective hobbies include playing the piano, attending the opera and expensive charity events, collecting expensive art and participating in wine tasting events. Of course his main past time is unsuccessfully trying to curb his competitive nature - especially when it comes to his brother Niles.

Niles Crane (David Hyde Pierce): The undoubted star of the show IMHO. Frasier's brother and practicing psychiatrist.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 20, 2010
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Some people talk about the dip in quality of Frasier in some of the latter seasons, and while it's true that some of the episodes were a little less fresh in season 9, it's hard to complain about a show that overall is so great. Some of the episodes in this season seemed a little clunky or forced like the one where Frasier is haunted by his ex-wives' memories or the one where he attends a retirement party for Cliff of Cheers. However, there are some really good episodes too. I think part of the issue the show faced in seasons 8 and 9 was the partial resolution of the Daphne-Niles relationship and how that affected the story lines. However, the final scene of the final episode is a highly emotional and effective hook based on these two characters that makes you want to rush out and buy season 10. All in all, if you are a fan of Frasier, you will enjoy watching this season.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dianne Price on September 17, 2013
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I love Frasier, so I am glad I bought this DVD to have a complete set. If you're a Frasier fan and can't afford a package of the whole series at once, do as I did, buy one season at a time as your budget allows. The characters from Season 6 on were not as comical though. The comedy was in Season 1 through Season 6. After the loss of David Angell on 911 definitely effected the characters, writers, etc. It became a very angry show. The characters fought with each other a lot more and Frasier had screaming fits, constantly.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bert W. Wing on July 15, 2007
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The ninth season of Frasier continues the wonderful comedy one would expect from the Frasier boys. This television series has been able to generate laughs at an adult level without treating the audience like un-educated children. This season has lost nothing on the previous seasons, while developing the lives of the characters. I can't wait for season 10 to be released.
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