Frasier 11 Seasons 2000

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Season 7
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(157) IMDb 8.1/10
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13. They're Playing Our Song TV-PG CC

Frasier's attempt to write a simple theme song for his show turns into a major production for he and Martin.

Starring:
Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
January 13, 2000

They're Playing Our Song

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Season 7
Available on Prime

Customer Reviews

Great show great cast.
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For me Frasier and its predecessor Cheers were the best and wittiest comedies ever on the tube.
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For some good belly laughs, you just can beat this.
Kenneth J. Mccormick

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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ren Culpepper on September 29, 2005
Format: DVD
The seventh season of "Frasier" has some really good episodes in it, but then again, that's not really a surprise.
This season is probably my favorite, mostly because Niles finally finally FINALLY ends up with Daphne, after a highly-medicated Frasier tells Daphne how Niles feels about her. (This episode is really good, but its title currently escapes me.)
This season is also great because one of my very favorite episodes is on this set, and the episode is "Rdwrer". In this episode, Frasier, Niles and Martin go off in Martin's Winnebago (a. k. a. the "Road Warrior") for a new year's celebration in Idaho. However, during a brief stop during the trip, Niles accidentally enters the wrong RV, and a farce ensues.
I also like "The Apparent Trap", the episode where Lilith and Frederick come for Thanksgiving--particularly the part where Niles attempts to play a video game.

Anyway, this season is great, and I highly recommend it.
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62 of 75 people found the following review helpful By P. Burgos on September 13, 2005
Format: DVD
Here are the episodes for season 7.

1.) Momma Mia

2.) Father of the Bride

3.) Radio Wars

4.) Everyone's a Critic

5.) The Dog That Rocks the Cradle

6.) Rivals

7.) A Tsar is Born

8.) The Late Dr. Crane

9.) The Apparent Trap

10.) Back Talk (Part 1)

11.) The Fight Before Christmas (Part 2)

12.) Rdwrer

13.) They're Playing Our Song

14.) Big Crane on Campus

15.) Out With Dad

16.) Something About Dr. Mary

17.) Whine Club

18.) Hot Pursuit

19.) Morning Becomes Entertainment

20.) To Thine Old Self Be True

21.) Three Faces of Frasier

22.) Dark Side of the Moon

23.) Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (Part 1)

24.)Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (Part 2)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By McGillicutty on November 17, 2005
Format: DVD
For diehard "Frasier" fans, Season 7 represents a highpoint as the long awaited Niles/Daphne relationship finally culminates in "Something Borrowed, Something Blue" and leads to the best cliffhanger in the series.

The best episodes of the season all have either veteran or new character actors featured in some wonderful episodes. Lilith returns in "The Apparent Trap", with Frederick doing all he can to manipulate his parents into giving him a mini-bike. "The Dog That Rocks The Cradle" brings back a finger-dislocating Bulldog and is really a howler. And Frasier's notorious agent Bebe makes "Morning Comes Entertainment" (a wonderful episode title) a sheer delight. The image of her 'n Frasier riding on a donkey while Niles proclaims, "Via con Dios." is very funny.

Let's not forget the newcomers to the series as well, like the irrepressable Jean Smart in "Big Crane on Campus", she's both beautiful and frightening at the same time. Kim Coles is delightful in "Something About Dr. Mary", an episode that addresses the issue of Frasier's inability to tell Mary the truth because she's black. Which is interesting considering that very few African-Americans have ever been on "Frasier". But the real star is Anthony LaPaglia as Daphne's wayward, drunken brother Simon. He is terrific in back to back episodes ("Dark Side of the Moon", "Something Borrowed, Something Blue").

Despite some very good episodes, it's clear that the writers were running out of ideas during this season as several shows repeat themes or even lift parts of previous episodes. Take for example "Hot Pursuit", which vitually remakes Season 3's "Roz Loves Frasier", although this version is slower and unnecessary. "Rivals" uses the same ballroom set as Season 3's "Moon Dance" and even has a tango.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Barrett on April 17, 2011
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Simply the finest comedy ever produced, written or acted. We've watch the episodes over and over for the witty dialogue and perfectly-developed characters. We just needed to own them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John D. Muir on January 4, 2014
Format: DVD
This is my favorite Frasier season, though they are all excellent. By this point in the show's long run its success was established and the writers took the opportunity to take it a bit further, with surreal humor and a wonderfully satisfying development of the Niles/Daphne love story. One of the show's real strengths is the laugh-out-loud one-liners, sometimes slipped in subtly so you have to think for a moment before getting the joke, and this season abounds in those.

The main characters are as solid as always and there is the usual array of accomplished guest stars, including Daphne's brother Simon, played by Anthony LaPaglia, who is hilarious although strangely seems to come from a different part of England than Daphne and her mother. Daphne's mother is played by Millicent Martin and those of us with long memories remember her singing the theme song to 'That Was The Week That Was', the show hosted by the late David Frost which introduced satire to the UK.

This series was one that got all the relationships between the five main characters exactly right and that is fully in evidence here. A brilliant concept realized to the utmost in this season.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By pdx_reader on October 16, 2011
I love Frasier, and am really glad that it's available for free streaming on Amazon Prime. However, I find the streaming experience has a lot of room for improvement. Not only is it not as seamless as Netflix, it also leaves out certain episodes! The seasons since S6 are not complete -- only 1/2 or 2/3 of the episodes are available. What gives?
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