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Frasier - Season 10 [DVD]

David Hyde Pierce , Jane Leeves    Suitable for 12 years and over   DVD
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  • Actors: David Hyde Pierce, Jane Leeves, John Mahoney, Peri Gilpin, Kelsey Grammer
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: 28 July 2008
  • Run Time: 540 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AEV7NO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,863 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



"Irritating, but endearing." That's Frasier Crane in a nutshell, as diagnosed by Julia Wilcox (an Emmy-worthy Felicity Huffman), KCAL's abrasive and condescending new financial analyst. That's a delicate balance, but Kelsey Grammer still manages it with the usual aplomb in Frasier's penultimate season. Grammer is at his best when his character is at his stubborn, high dudgeon worst, as in "Enemy at the Gate" when he causes a parking garage backup while protesting a $2 parking fee, trying to find a suitable new coffee shop after Café Nervosa hires a folk singer (Elvis Costello) in "Farewell, Nervosa," or, after scamming his way into becoming a silver level member at an exclusive health spa, "chasing the eternal carrot" of the gold level ("'Please remain in the relaxation grotto.' Have crueler words ever been spoken?") in "Door Jam." But he wins us over anew as he does the hard-hearted Julia with his insistence on doing the right thing and faith in the good in people.

Frasier's tenth season takes a dramatic turn early on with a three-episode arc in which Niles (David Hyde Pierce) undergoes heart surgery, but, much like Niles, the show rebounds quickly with more characteristic episodes such as the Emmy-nominated farce "Daphne Does Dinner," in which another Crane party hurtles toward disaster. In addition to Huffman, other memorable star turns this season include Millicent Martin as Daphne's impossible mother, Jeanne Tripplehorn as a coach whose berating of her students causes Frasier to conjure up hallucinations of his own former gym teacher, portrayed by Bob Hoskins. Bebe Neuwirth returns as Lilith, as does the magnificent Harriet Sansom Harris as Bebe Glazer, who shows up as Dr. Phil's agent (or is it just another Bebe scheme?) in "The Devil and Dr. Phil." There are throughout this season some wonderful play-it-again moments, such as the unwitting Frasier speaking Klingon at his son's bar mitzvah and invoking Sam Malone's classic, "Are you as turned on as I am" to bring a shouting match with Julia to an hilarious anti-climax ("No!" she screams disgustedly). A showdown between Roz (Peri Gilpin) and Julia doesn't make for the most compelling season finale, but because season 11 was previously released on DVD to coincide with the broadcast of the series finale, at least we don't have to wait to see how that turns out. --Donald Liebenson

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All 24 episodes from the penultimate season of the popular US sitcom about the middle-aged Seattle psychiatrist who is beset by problems largely of his own making. In this season, Daphne (Jane Leeves) and Niles (David Hyde Pierce) finally tie the knot, Niles has open-heart surgery, KACL hires Julia Wilcox (Felicity Huffman), an abrasive, sharp-tongued woman who Frasier naturally falls for, and Frasier's friendship with Roz (Peri Gilpin) is tested to its limit. Episodes comprise: 'The Ring Cycle', 'Enemy at the Gate', 'Proxy Prexy', 'Kissing Cousin', 'Tales from the Crypt', 'Star Mitzvah', 'Bristle While You Work', 'Rooms With a View', 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart', 'We Two Kings', 'Door Jam', 'The Harrassed', 'Lilith Needs a Favor', 'Daphne Does Dinner', 'Trophy Girlfriend', 'Fraternal Schwinns', 'Kenny On the Couch', 'Roe to Perdition', 'Some Assembly Required', 'Farewell, Nervosa', 'The Devil and Dr. Phil', 'Fathers and Sons', 'Analyzed Kiss' and 'A New Position for Roz'.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I laughed and laughed 15 May 2009
By John
I simply laughed my way through these classic sit-coms. Grammer is such a physical and total actor. The cast is superb. The writers should be praised for the convoluted and clever scripts.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
By M. D. P. Meechan VINE VOICE
'Frasier' season 10 attempts to claw back some of the comedy lost by the previous two seasons, which ran the risk of turning the show into a drama series. Unfortunately, the writers seem to believe that adding high farce and new characters are the ways to revitalise the show; wrong on both counts. Making Daphne's mother (played by Millicent Martin) a regular character is an insane decision, a fifth wheel who only serves to antagonise the other characters (and the viewers!) Similarly, the addition of Julia Wilcox (Felicity Huffman) to the KACL family means we are given yet another retread of Frasier being annoyed at a new colleague stealing his thunder: think back to Kate Costas (season 3), Dr. Clint Webber (season 5), Dr. Nora (season 6), Dr. Mary (season 7) etc! Knowing references to parent sitcom 'Cheers' are made as the relationship between Frasier and Julia becomes more heated than either had expected, but reminding the viewer that the story of two colleagues with a love/hate relationship was done (and done better) 20 years ago on 'Cheers' doesn't make sense! Worst of all has got to be the three-part story dealing with a major health crisis for Niles, where the show slips back in to the drama of the previous two seasons. This storyline sits uncomfortably with the rest of the season's episodes, and beyond the three-parter we rarely, if ever, hear mention of it ever having happened!

This season isn't a complete waste of time, however.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Running out of steam 3 Jun 2008
By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
With season 10 it seemed that the once perfect combination of writing talent & acting skills had finally been unbalanced beyond repair. Far too many of the peripheral characters were given prominent roles when quite frankly they weren't needed & in what seems like a desperate attempt to paper over the gaps guest stars pop up all over the place.
Too often a miniscule story line was stretched over a whole show,'Roe to perdition' has Frasier & Niles in with the Russian mafia while buying caviar, 'ring cycle' has Daphne & Niles marry several times to keep everybody happy & 'Lilith needs a favour' has Frasier spend a whole episode umming & ahhing over whether he should agree to be a sperm donor for his ex-wife. All wafer thin ideas stretched to the point of boredom.
For the first time Frasier is shown as being a completely unsympathetic character. In 'enemy at the gate' he harasses a car park attendant because he doesn't want to pay an extra 2 dollars. While in 'some assistance required' he becomes obsessed with a family in need who have a house built for them by the staff at KACL. In both these episodes he is portrayed as a very unpleasant & unlikeable person, surely a fatal idea for the title character!
However this is still Frasier so there are some funny episodes, 'Door jam' see's the hopeless brothers jealousy lead them to disaster in an upmarket spa where there always seems to be a level of snobbery just beyond their reach. 'Trophy girlfriend' has Frasier dating a sports teacher who reminds him of his old coach, played by a cigar chomping Bob Hoskins. The scene where frasier see's her as hoskins while in the bath being sponged & read poetry to is hilarious.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! 11 Dec 2009
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I love Frasier. The writing took a dip about series seven, but was back on par there after. Series 10 is brilliantly fun and very clever with the humour. Frasier - Series 10 [DVD]
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4.0 out of 5 stars Frasier almost back to it's best 2 July 2008
Season 10 of Frasier somehow manages to re-ignite the comic brilliance of the early seasons (before the season 8-9 lull). Frasier is still single and bitter but absolutely hilarious at times. Niles and Daphne finally marry and Daphne leaves Frasier's apartment to move in with husband Niles.
We also get a fresh character in Julia, the new KACL financial reporter, with whom Frasier develops a relationship towards the end of the season.

The standout episodes for me were:

"Proxy Prexy", where Frasier plots to implement changes in the building through dad Martin, the new Condo president, but Martin has other ideas, leading Frasier to quip "the puppet thinks he's a real boy" - pure genius!
"Star Mitzva", where Frasier blesses his son in Klingon, instead of Hebrew, thanks to an angry Noel.
"Rooms With A View", where Niles goes to hospital for heart surgery.
"Door Jam", where Frasier and Niles outdo themselves in their snobbish pursuit to get into an exclusive spa.
"Daphne Does Dinner", where Frasier helps Daphne with her first dinner party.
"Roe To Perdition", where the Crane boys become dealers in illegal caviar, raising their profile amongst Seattle high society.
and "Fathers and Sons", where an old work-colleague of Frasier's mother visits. Amazingly, he is a cross between Frasier and Niles, but much older, causing Roz to suspect he is their real father.

There are one or two episodes that serve as mere fillers ("The Harassed" is very reminiscent of Frasier's encounters with Kate Costas in season 3), but overall this is a pretty good season. By now, you will almost have got used to viewing Niles and Daphne as a couple, but you do wish Daphne's mother Gertrude was left out of the show.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I Love Frasier.
Wanted to buy the complete set of the Frasier TV sitcom and this now completes my set. I really love it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Recovery
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5.0 out of 5 stars TV Gold
The penultimate season that takes Daphne and Niles' relationship to the next level....3 times over. Frasier stands his ground over a $2 parking fee. Read more
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Published 6 months ago by linzee
5.0 out of 5 stars :)
Can see why this show is such a success.
Massive show with such a great cast and an even better script.
Published 6 months ago by Rach B
5.0 out of 5 stars Big Hit
Arrived on time
Bought as a present for my son who is a big fan
He was happy so I was happy
Published 6 months ago by EJ Swan
5.0 out of 5 stars classic
always great to revisit a classic sitcom with fraisier getting himself into the expected muddles. great hours of watching a
Published 6 months ago by Heather Potts
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, as ever
Frasier just gets better and better! Very very funny episodes, ideal for watching in bed and going to sleep cheered snd calm.
Published 6 months ago by Kate Green
5.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT!
Very enjoyable, came as expected, like most things subtitles would have improved this slightly, other wise all other aspects excellent.
Published 10 months ago by An1m4l
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