The gang's all here for the complete second season of this wry and witty sitcom. Frasier Crane infuriates the entire city of Seattle when he complains about its rainy climate during his radio talk show. Meanwhile, his father Martin finds his favorite bar is slated for the wrecker's ball -and could it be that Frasier and Niles are behind its demise? Roz considers a new job offer...Daphne finds her privacy invaded...and Frasier's romantic island getaway with a new girlfriend is ruined when his ex-wife is discovered happily ensconced in an adjacent cottage!
Contains all the episodes from Season Two:
This forthcoming Boxset contains some of the very best Frasier episodes ever made including Kelsey Grammer's personal favourite "Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven".
Highlights from this boxset are without a doubt "Two Mrs Cranes and Mixed Doubles".
If you are a fan of Frasier and the gang's famously hilarious misunderstandings, this is the boxset to get!!!!
The first 12 episodes from the season are as follows:
Episode 4.01 - The Two Mrs Cranes
Daphne tries to let ex-fiancee Clive down again easily by pretending to be married to Niles, with Frasier now separated from Maris, while Martin is an astronaut. Needless to say, chaos reigns.....
Episode 4.02 - Love Bites Dog
Roz sets up her friend Sharon with Frasier, but she takes a shine to Bulldog instead, but when she dumps him, he becomes so distraught that Frasier has to take over his show. Meanwhile, Daphne and Martin search for new shoes and Niles places an ad to try and attract more patients.
Frasier is haunted by a recurring erotic dream involving him, a seedy motel and KACL's restaurant critic Gil Chesterton. What does it all mean....?
A Crane's Critique
While Frasier and Niles try to track down reclusive author T.H. Houghton after spotting him in the street, it is Martin who actually meets him and makes friends with him. Of course, the Crane boys are ecstatic at this and even more so when Mr Houghton accidentally leaves his new manuscript at Frasier's apartment.....
Niles fills in for Frasier at KACL and gets roped into helping floundering basketball star Reggie McLemore by Bulldog. After a quick session, Reggie's game improves but Reggie believes it was because he touched Niles' head leaving Niles no alternative but to try and talk to him again.... Read more ›
Highly recommended - as is the thought that Paramount should extract the digit and issue the rest on DVD
This set contains some classic episodes ('Crane vs Crane', 'High Crane Drifter', etc) and should make both an excellent addition to the collection of a Frasier afficionado, or a good entry into the show for a Frasier newcomer!
There are lots of special features to enjoy and 24 episodes.
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