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Frasier

11 Seasons

Season 1
4.8 out of 5 stars (1,583) IMDb 8/10

This eponymous series begins with neurotic "Cheers" shrink Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) leaving Boston and surfacing in Seattle as a radio host, with his retired dad (John Mahoney) as his roommate and his uptight brother, Niles (David Hyde Pierce), living nearby.

Starring:
Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves

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Season 1
1. The Good Son

Psychiatrist Frasier Crane returns to his hometown of Seattle to host a radio talk show, but soon discovers he could use a shrink himself when his disabled father moves in.

TV-G CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 16, 1993
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2. Space Quest

Fed up with a lack of privacy at home and at work, Frasier decides it's time for his father to move out.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: September 23, 1993
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3. Dinner at Eight

It's a culinary culture clash when Frasier and Niles join their father for dinner at his favorite restaurant.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: September 30, 1993
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4. I Hate Frasier Crane

After trading barbs with a newspaper columnist, Frasier rises to the challenge of a fist fight.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 7, 1993
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5. Here's Looking at You

Frasier plays matchmaker for his father and the eligible bachelorette Martin spied through his telescope.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 14, 1993
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6. The Crucible

Frasier is furious when he learns that his newest art purchase is actually a fake.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 21, 1993
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7. Call Me Irresponsible

Frasier faces a personal and professional dilemma when he begins dating the ex-girlfriend of one of his radio show callers.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 28, 1993
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8. Beloved Infidel

When Frasier and Niles see their father dining with an old family friend, they conclude that Martin once had an affair with the woman.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 4, 1993
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9. Selling Out

When Frasier is lured into doing on-air endorsements, his professional credibility comes under fire.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 11, 1993
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10. Oops

When Frasier contributes to the rumor mill, he causes Bulldog to lose his job.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 18, 1993
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11. Death Becomes Him

When a seemingly healthy colleague dies unexpectedly, Frasier becomes obsessed with his own mortality.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: December 2, 1993
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12. Miracle on Third or Fouth Street

When his son cannot spend the holidays with him, a melancholy Frasier learns the true spirit of Christmas from a group of strangers.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: December 16, 1993
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13. Guess Who's Coming To Breakfast?

Martin is furious with Frasier when he spills the secrets of his father's love life on the air.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: January 6, 1994
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14. Can't Buy Me Love

Frasier looks forward to a hot date with a beautiful model who "bought" him in a celebrity bachelor auction.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: January 20, 1994
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15. You Can't Tell a Crook By His Cover

After Frasier claims he can spot a criminal in a crowd, Martin challenges him to identify the ex-con in his poker group.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: January 27, 1994
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16. The Show Where Lilith Comes Back

After finding a long-lost letter of reconciliation from Frasier, Lilith comes to Seattle and tries to rekindle their relationship.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 3, 1994
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17. A Midwinter Night's Dream

Niles faces the ultimate temptation when he and Daphne are trapped in his home during a violent storm.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 10, 1994
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18. And The Whimper Is...

When Frasier's show is nominated for a local broadcasting award, Roz suggests they "persuade" the judges by plying them with gifts.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 17, 1994
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19. Give Him The Chair!

Frasier learns that sentiment is more important than style after he accidentally loses his father's old armchair.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: March 17, 1994
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20. Fourty Something

Panicked at the prospect of growing old, Frasier seeks solace in the pursuit of a pretty young woman who shows an interest in him.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: March 31, 1994
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21. Travels With Martin

Frasier's attempts at a father-son vacation turn into an outrageous road trip, with Niles and Daphne along for the ride.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 14, 1994
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22. Author, Author

Frasier and Niles attempt to join forces on a book, but wind up doing more fighting than writing.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: May 5, 1994
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23. Frasier Crane's Day Off

While home sick with the flu, Frasier becomes paranoid that everyone, including his own brother Niles, is out to take over his show.

TV-G CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: May 12, 1994
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24. My Coffee With Niles

When Niles asks Frasier if he's happy after his first year back in Seattle, the question opens up a comical and revealing family dialogue.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: May 19, 1994
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This series had a variety of unique features, a great cast, chemisrty, on, under & over the top plots, infuriating personalities, Bulldog the sports announcer & sexist twit with few positives, & very endearing ones Frasier, who makes a mess of things{especially his dealings with women} yet you root for him because he keeps trying.

Frasier Crane a psychologist played by the enigmatic Kelsey Grammer has moved from Boston back to his hometown of rainy Seattle to take a job as a radio psychologist. In supporting roles are the great David Hyde Pierce as the even more finicky picky brother of Frasier who is also a shrink. He in my opinion steals more scenes than the rest of the cast members combined. Picture a very hyper "Felix Unger," & you will see how over the top Niles Crane truly is. The brothers cranky but common sense father, is played by John Mahoney, who gives his exasperating sons sound advice that they rarely take. His flaky English live in caretaker{Daphney Moon}, is the wickedly funny Jane Leeves. Frasier's hard bitten, man crazy co-worker Roz is played by Peri Gilpin. The exchanges between her & snooty Frasier are classic.

For me this was the best season of the whole series, the stories had plenty of variety without the usual predictability that so many shows quickly adopt. The cast had chemistry from the very begining. The relationships between the urbane brothers with its sibling rivalry & their relationship with their very provincial father was totally new on TV.

I can't remember anything involving sons & their father that was like this testy trio??? The latter were the heart & soul of the show. The best three episodes to my recollection were "The Good Son, Dinner At Eight, & My Coffe With Niles." Buy this one, you will laugh until it hurts.
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I found myself a while back with a gift certificate in hand and nothing in sight on which to spend it. I chanced upon a copy of Frasier's first season on sale and, since I had always liked it when I had watched it sporadically throughout the years, I went ahead and bought it. I am glad I did. Frasier is an intelligent sitcom alternative for those disillusioned with the crap you so often see on other comedy shows. It has incredibly talented actors, the best writing on TV (this was before Aaron Sorkin came on the scene, anyway), and its blend of family and workplace comedy allowed the show to try out many things, which meant that things never got boring.
The leads and supporting cast are uniformly excellent. Grammer is one of the best comic actors ever and he is always great in his signature role. David Hyde Pierce steals many scenes as Frasier's uptight, snobbish brother Niles. John Mahoney's Martin often plays the straight man to Niles' and Frasier's antics, but he has perhaps the best dry humor of anyone in the cast. Jane Leeves and Peri Gilpin both brighten up the show as Daphne and Roz, respectively. One of the strengths of the show, though, is the strength of the supporting cast. I personally love the character of Bulldog, the grating, cheuvenist sports show host. Gil Chesterton is also featured in one episode of the first season, his character is the hilarious but devious food critic. Frasier's manipulative agent Bebe shows up here, as does Lilith, and both are fabulous. Simply put, the support cast is so strong the cast can feel like an ensemble at times.
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For those of us who love sophisicated, urbane comedy, Frasier has been our lightning rod for the last ten years. Far better than its predecessor, Cheers, it almost harkens back to its spiritual predecessor in Jack Benny. (It was no accident that Kelsey Grammer hosted a prime-time retrospective on the comedy of Benny.)
The merits of this show are almost too numerous to mention in a short review, but let's start with the cast. A strong group of ensemble players who are given free reign by the star (most refreshing that Grammer is not tempted to hog the limelight when confronted by this group) to define AND broaden their characters. No one remains static.
I realize that to go on is only to continue preaching to the choir. Those who have seen the show know all about it. Even those who have not seen the show have more than an inkling of what it's about. So let me now give you the most compelling reason to buy this DVD:
The only way to see the first season as it now stands is to watch it in reruns on various television stations. One also realizes on second or third viewing that more and more of the show is disappearing into the sea as more time is allotted for commercials. If you want to see it UNCUT and COMMERCIAL FREE at any time anywhere there's a DVD player and television handy, this is the only way you will ever be able to achieve that goal, and for fans of Frasier, it is a goal more than worth the money.
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I am a big fan of the show and not much can be said that hasn't already been said about the shows themselves. I just wanted to comment specifically on the DVD presentation. The picture quality is average - maybe this has to do with the source materal but I was not blown away by the clarity. The sound is fine but seems to be louder than other DVDs - I have to set the volume down on my TV compared to most movies. Maybe this is something to do with my particular DVD player?
The discs are light on extras - most notably, the DVD is missing a "play all" feature - you have to go to the remote to start every episode. I would like to see this feature in the next release.
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