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Frasier 11 Seasons 1997

Season 4
4.8 out of 5 stars (52) IMDb 8/10

Dr. Frasier Crane moves back to his hometown of Seattle where he lives with his father and works as a radio psychiatrist.

Starring:
Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves

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1. The Two Mrs. Cranes

Daphne is surprised when her ex-fiance, whom she hasn't seen in five years, arrives in Seattle and wants to see her. The only trouble is, Daphne's not sure she wants to see Clive. As she tells Frasier, the two made a pact when they split that if they were both single in five years, they would reunite and marry, yet Daphne has no interest in getting back together.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 17 September 1996 22 minutes
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2. Love Bites Dog

Although Frasier hates blind dates, he's pleasantly surprised when Roz fixes him up with her gorgeous friend Sharon. Frasier and Sharon engage in flirtatious conversation until Bulldog appears on the scene and starts talking sports with Sharon, who's a golf pro. Clueless about sports, Frasier backs off and leaves Sharon to s uccumb to Bulldog's dubious c harms.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 24 September 1996 22 minutes
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3. The Impossible Dream

Frasier tells Roz he's bored with the quality of the callers he's been counseling lately. He misses the calls from people who are "teetering on the brink of disaster." Yet Frasier's own recurring sexual dreams about radio food critic Gil Chesterton have begun to weigh on his mind.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 15 October 1996 22 minutes
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4. A Crane's Critique

While out with Martin, Frasier and Niles unexpectedly spot one of their favorite writers -- a reclusive man named T.H. Houghton. They leave Martin in a pub while they take off in pursuit of Houghton, hoping to meet him and talk about his work.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 22 October 1996 22 minutes
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5. Head Game

Niles agrees to pinch-hit for Frasier while he attends a convention of radio psychiatrists. On his first day at the station, Bulldog introduces Niles to Reggie, a Seattle Sonics basketball superstar who's desperate to pull himself out of a twoweek slump. Niles conducts a brief session with Reggie to help him handle pressure during his games, and Reggie thanks him and rubs his head.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 12 November 1996 22 minutes
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6. Mixed Doubles

Daphne is devastated when her boyfriend Joe dumps her. When she tells everyone about her loss, Roz immediately jumps in to save the day and Daphne's broken heart. She invites Daphne to go out to her favorite bar, where Roz always manages to meet men. Meanwhile, Niles sees Daphne's break-up as the perfect opportunity to confess his secret feelings for her.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 19 November 1996 22 minutes
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7. A Lilith Thanksgiving

Frasier's ex-wife Lilith summons him to Boston over Thanksgiving on a very important mission: assuring their son Frederick's admission to the area's most prestigious private school. Martin and Niles accompany Frasier so that they can all celebrate the holidays together. A nervous Frasier and Lilith are on their very best behavior when they meet with the school's headmaster, Dr.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 26 November 1996 22 minutes
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8. Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven

Fed up with Frasier's insistence on paying for everything when they go out, Martin decides to treat his sons to dinner at their favorite restaurant. Although shocked by the eatery's high prices, Martin invites Niles and Frasier to order anything they want.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 10 December 1996 22 minutes
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9. Dad Loves Sherry Boys Just Whine

Martin's delighted reaction after his girlfriend Maureen breaks up with him surprises Frasier. He soon learns that Martin has been dating Sherry, and didn't know how to break the news to Maureen, who made it easy on him by ditching him first.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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10. Liar, Liar!

When the group gets into a discussion about whether lying is always morally wrong, Niles laughingly recalls how he and Frasier once pulled the school fire alarm to get out of gym class and blamed it on a known troublemaker named John Rajeski, who was expelled as a result. Feeling guilty for lying, Frasier tracks down John, and discovers that he's in jail.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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11. Three Days of the Condo

When Frasier becomes fed up with the strict rules governing his condo complex, he decides to attend his first condo association meeting. There, he begins hearing from other disgruntled residents who have all had run-ins with the current head of the group, Ms. Langer. Frasier even has an encounter with "Deep Throat," who tells Frasier it's his duty to run for condo board president.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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12. Death and the Dog

On a slow day at the radio station, Frasier receives a call from a depressed woman who's having trouble getting out of bed. Frasier decides to relate the caller's problems to an incident that happened earlier in the week with his father's dog, Eddie. After Martin noticed a change in Eddie's appetite and sleeping habits, he decided to send his four-legged friend to a pet therapist. Instead, Dr.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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13. Four For The Seesaw

To their delight, Frasier and Niles meet a pair of attractive women during one of their daily coffee breaks at Cafe Nervosa. After a successful double date, Frasier impulsively asks Beth and Laura to spend the weekend with the Crane boys at a country cabin.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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14. To Kill A Talking Bird

Niles decides to move into a prestigious new building called the Montana. Although thrilled with his upward climb on the social ladder of success, there's just one problem: the Montana doesn't allow dogs or cats. After trying to pawn off his dog on Martin, Niles places the pooch up for adoption and buys himself a new pet: a talking bird he names Baby.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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15. Roz's Krantz and Gouldenstein are Dead

When Frasier and Niles spot Roz picking up roadside trash as part of a community service program, they tell her that volunteering at a retirement home might be more her style. But when Roz's first patient dies during a game of checkers, she is devastated. After Frasier convinces her that the patient's death wasn't her fault, Roz returns to the home.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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16. The Unnatural

Frasier's son, Frederick, is coming to Seattle for a visit, so Frasier excitedly makes all sorts of plans. Topping Frederick's vacation wish list: a private tour of Microsoft headquarters. Frasier pulls in a favor and gets Roz to call an ex-boyfriend who works for the company to arrange the tour, but he's no longer an employee.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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17. Roz's Turn

A new on-air hosting spot opens up at the station, and Roz decides to go for it. She dreams of making the move from behind-the-scenes producer to bigtime star of her own call-in show, "Roz Doyle's Love Matters." Although Frasier doesn't want to lose his ace producer, he supports her desire to pursue the job.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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18. Ham Radio

To commemorate KACL's fiftieth anniversary, Frasier decides to recreate a live radio drama from the 1940s. He recruits Roz to play a character in his big production, as well as station personalities Gil Chesterton and Bulldog. Frasier also enlists the help of professional voiceover actor Mel White.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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19. Three Dates And A Breakup, Part One

Frasier hosts the annual benefit for the Seattle Theatre Ensemble at his condo, and convinces Niles to attend by telling him there will be a bevy of attractive single women at the event. That's true -- but all of the women Niles likes seem to be drawn to Frasier instead. Flattered by the attention, Frasier makes a date with three different women over the three-day weekend.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 24 minutes
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20. Three Dates And A Breakup, Part Two

Frasier and Niles are delighted that their father has finally "come to his senses" and called it quits with Sherry. Too bad Martin isn't as happy about the split. Although he claims to enjoy having back his freedom, it's obvious to everyone that he's miserable without Sherry.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 24 minutes
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21. Daphne Hates Sherry

There's a heat wave in Seattle, and an ailing Frasier can't seem to escape a "wave" of rising tensions a ll a round him. Roz a nd Bulldog are bickering at the radio station, while Daphne and Sherry are getting on each other's nerves at home. Why are Sherry and Daphne feuding? First, it's because Sherry keeps trying to tell Daphne how to run the household.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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22. Are You Being Served

Niles is distraught after receiving divorce papers from Maris. In an attempt to cheer up his brother, Frasier urges Niles to see the divorce as a new beginning, but Niles is unable to put a positive spin on the situation. Meanwhile, Martin and Daphne find a journal Frasier and Niles's mother kept when they were babies.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1997 22 minutes
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23. Ask Me No Questions

At work, Frasier is always able to offer a witty response when he's asked for his opinion. But when asked if he thinks Niles and Maris are meant to be together, Frasier is stumped. Determined to give his brother a thoughtful answer to the question, Frasier decides to poll people closest to Niles and Maris to see if the Cranes should reconcile or stay apart.

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24. Odd Man Out

On Roz's birthday, Frasier decides to surprise her with dinner for two at Toscana, Seattle's most romantic restaurant. Unfortunately, Roz already has a date for her birthday, so Frasier asks Niles to join him at Toscana, but Niles is going out with Maris. To Frasier's chagrin, Daphne and Martin are also booked with dates.

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director David Lee
Starring Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves
Supporting actors David Hyde Pierce, Peri Gilpin, John Mahoney, Scott Atkinson, Edward Hibbert, Enzo the Dog, Moose
Season year 1997
Network CBS Studios International
Producers David Angell, Maggie Blanc, Peter Casey, Anne Flett-Giordano, Mary Fukuto, Kelsey Grammer, Rob Greenberg, Michael B. Kaplan, Joe Keenan, David Lee, Christopher Lloyd, Suzanne Martin, Chuck Ranberg, William Lucas Walker
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By A Customer on 11 July 2005
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Series four demonstrates this masterpiece of sitcom at the height of its powers. The first nod must go to the brilliant writing team; shows such as 'Dad Loves Sherry, The Boys Just Whine' is full of great clash-of-character moments as well as acerbic one-liners. The ensemble cast is superb and, with three Emmy-winning series already under their belts, they confidently exploit the opportunities for moments of tenderness and melancholy (though these never descend into saccharine-dripping "Gosh, I love you pop" scenes like other shows). Episodes like the first one of the series hint at the elements of farce which pervade the later series, though here it is tightly scripted and performed. If you want a masterclass in comedy, this is it.
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Multiple Emmy winning Frasier remains the best comedy season I've ever seen. Season Four is arguably its peak, before the darker tones of seasons 5 and 6 came into play and before it declined in the later years due to Niles and Daphne finally getting together. However even the weaker seasons are great television and much preferable to watching, say, Eastenders or other mindless triple that we get churned out in the UK (sorry EE fans).
In this outstanding fourth season, you can see the characters evolve before your eyes... Niles' love for Daphne grows deeper, Daphne becomes more endearing (if that's at all possible), Roz turns her wise-cracking and bed-hopping ways up a gear, and Martin finds love with Sherry, the loud, colourful and banjo-playing antidote to Niles' and Frasier's elitist ways. And Frasier? Well, he's a little lonely, yet funnier than ever.
All the main and supporting cast are fantastic, Kelsey Grammer's portrayal of Frasier always seems fresh and funny and David Hyde Pierce's Niles is simply remarkable. His physical humour is second to none. Jane Leeves is the perfect addition to the Crane household, she's loveable and still has her little quirks here which unfortunately fade away during the later years. Peri Gilpin as Roz and John Mahoney as Martin are as loveable and funny as ever, Gilpin in particular shines.
In my opinion there is only one dud episode, Head Game, which had to be hastily re-written to work around Grammer's personal circumstances at the time and his presence is sorely missed. Episodes that deserve true classic status are Ham Radio, Three Dates and a Break Up, The Two Mrs Cranes, Mixed Doubles and To Kill a Talking Bird.
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By A Customer on 5 Mar. 2006
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This sitcom just seems to get better and better. Excellent plots and storylines and the best thing about Frasier is not just the great comedy sketches but its more hidden agender of problems that sometime in our lives we come across and ideally how we can try to cope with them. Friends has situations like this in some episodes but Frasier covers a much more diverse range and gives an excellent approach to sitcom story writing.
Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce (not forgetting the rest of the cast!) interact really well together with hilarious (but well thought out) gags, situations, and slipups.
Very eagerly awaiting future seasons on region 2 encoding.
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By A Customer on 17 Nov. 2005
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Having always enjoyed watching the odd Frasier episode on channel 4, I have recently gone back and rented the DVD releases starting in season 1, working my way up to season 4 and it is, in my view, the best one so far. The characters are really comfortable with each other by this stage but the jokes are still as fresh as ever and there are some real gems in here like "Ham Radio" that make you laugh out loud! This is a very consistently clever and funny season.
Enjoy...
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For subtle nuance and knowing stares the cast of Frasier are perfect. There is the usual character inter play with the stories of each that you learn to love. Well crafted scripts leading to laugh out loud moments always with a large dollop of all out farce that Kelsey Grammar and David Hyde Pierce are perfect at expressing. An American export to happily hold its head high amongst the cream of British sitcoms.
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Tne fourth season of 'Frasier' probably gets my vote as the best (though the first seven all have qualities that provide a convincing counter to this argument). The episodes are consistently strong, and filled with the brilliant farce and inspired word-play that makes 'Frasier' such essential comedy. Surely 'Ham Radio' and 'Three Dates and a Breakup' have to be among the show's finest moments and the cast exude energy and spark off each other as well as they have ever done. From the season opener with Daphne passing Niles off as her husband to deter a former boyfriend (incidentally, Clive has the strangest Manchester accent I've ever heard-until I saw Simon that is) to the genuinely touching finale that sees Frasier lose in love once again, this is truly satisfying stuff.

Great to re-visit 'Frasier' in its prime here and you should quickly follow up this purchase with Seasons 5 and 6.
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Without doubt season 4 of Frasier is amoung the series very best. While Frasier never received the sort of publicity and popularity that Friends received, there is no doubt that this was the best comdey of the 90s. The introduction of new character Sherry is brilliant - she's Niles' and Frasier's worst nightmare, while Niles' infatuation with Daphne is taken to another level. However what i love about this series the most is its consitancy. With the exception of a few averageish episodes, every show is hilarious, and as it goes own you almost feel like you know the characters personally - a sign of a great sitcom. If you have a sense of humour this is a must buy - though if your new to the series i recommend getting the first three series which are equally brilliant.
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