Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 16, 1993
Status
Completed/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
NBC TV Network
Genre

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Frasier

Recently divorced psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane moves back from Boston, MA to his home town of Seattle, Washington, where his ex-policeman father, Martin Crane, and his psychiatrist brother, Niles Crane, also live. He moves into an expensive apartment with his father and his father's newly appointed health care worker from England, Daphne Moon.

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11x25 Goodnight, Seattle (2) Aired: May. 13, 2004

In part 2 of the finale of Frasier, Eddie is taken to the vet by the family during Martin and Ronee's wedding rehersals, Niles and Daphne have …

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The show had 11 seasons and 265 episodes air between 1993 and 2004.

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  • SPOILER: Jane Leeves, who played series regular Daphne, and Wendie Malick, who played Ronnee Lawrence in 10 episodes in 2003-04, ended up starring together on the sitcom Hot in Cleveland.…
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    SPOILER: Jane Leeves, who played series regular Daphne, and Wendie Malick, who played Ronnee Lawrence in 10 episodes in 2003-04, ended up starring together on the sitcom Hot in Cleveland. During their time on Frasier, both ended up marrying members of the Crane family - Daphne with Niles Crane, and Ronnee with Martin Crane.
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  • The celebrities who play the callers on Frasier's radio show, instead of coming in to record a voice-over, often just phone in their lines.
  • The show's creators originally planned for the show to take place in Denver, Colorado. But in late 1992, Colorado passed an amendment that repealed anti-gay discrimination laws. (It was later…
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    The show's creators originally planned for the show to take place in Denver, Colorado. But in late 1992, Colorado passed an amendment that repealed anti-gay discrimination laws. (It was later declared unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court.) The creators did not agree with the amendment and decided to move the show's setting further west to Seattle. The creators did not want the show to take place in Boston, Massachusetts as "Cheers" had because they did not want NBC to ask for frequent guest appearances from that show's characters.
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