Frasier meets Claire French, a friend of his previous girlfriend Lana Gardner. She is exactly what he is looking for in a woman, but he loses out to another suitor at Lana's birthday party....
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Frasier meets Claire French, a friend of his previous girlfriend Lana Gardner. She is exactly what he is looking for in a woman, but he loses out to another suitor at Lana's birthday party. Lana agrees to try to hook him up with Claire, but it's gonna cost him. Written by
Rickets is a defect in the creation by the skin of Vitamin D. And can also be the result of a diet low in Vit. D, living in far northern climates, and or an absorption problem in the gut. It can manifest itself in a failure to grow, an abnormally curved spine, skeletal deformities, dental defects, or seizures. It's not seen much anymore in Western Civilizations. See more »
In this episode when Frasier is talking to Claire at the table with the CD organizers you can see that Kelsey Grammer is wearing a wedding ring in some shots and in others is not. See more »
[to Frasier, about him tutoring Kirby in order to get set up for a date with Claire by Lana]
I remember when you used to tutor kids so they wouldn't beat you up, so I guess this is progress, huh?
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, an airplane flies across the sky, with a "KACL" banner behind it. See more »
It seems like they didn't have enough material for two whole episodes so they stretched it out. It was filled with lame jokes and slow story telling. The B-plots with Niles & Daphne and their sleeping habits was annoying as was Martins trouble with a DVD player and Eddie not being popular. The constant neurosis of Frasier trying to impress a girl has long grown tired. Roz trying to get Springsteen tickets could have been a whole episode by itself but the opportunity was completely wasted, as was the potential relationship between Kirby and Frasier. Luckily that relationship has time to grow in another episode later on. Overall it seemed like the producers and writers ran out of good ideas a long time ago and the true gems are few & far between. This was not one of them even though Claire was great material. This two-parter should have been condensed so all the best jokes and plots could move along quicker. But a bad episode of Frasier is still much better than most other shows so it gets an automatic 5/10.
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