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All 24 episodes from the fourth series of the upscale sitcom about the middle-aged Seattle psychiatrist played by Kelsey Grammer, beset by problems largely of his own making. In 'The Two Mrs Cranes', Daphne (Jane Leeves) gets Niles (David Hyde Pierce) to pose as her husband when an old boyfriend comes to visit. 'Love Bites Dog' has Bulldog (Dan Butler) get in the way when Roz (Peri Gilpin) finds Frasier a date. 'The Impossible Dream' finds Frasier dreaming of being in bed with Gil Chesterton (Edward Hibbert). 'A Crane's Critique' sees the Crane boys overjoyed when Martin (John Mahoney) makes friends with a famous writer. In 'Head Game', Niles helps out the star player on the local basketball team, but is surprised to find the credit going to his hair rather than his therapeutic skills. 'Mixed Doubles' has Niles ready to declare his feelings to Daphne - until Frasier persuades him out of it. 'A Lilith Thanksgiving' finds Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth) and Frasier trying to enrol their son Frederick (Trevor Einhorn) in a prestigious school. 'Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven' sees Martin and Frasier disagreeing over matters of art when the former buys the latter a painting. 'Dad Loves Sherry, the Boys Just Whine' has Frasier and Niles try to deal with Sherry (Marsha Mason), their dad's brash new girlfriend. 'Liar! Liar!' finds the Crane boys overcome with guilt resulting from a childhood transgression. 'Three Days of the Condo' sees Frasier fighting for his right to install a door knocker. 'Death and the Dog' has Martin hire a canine psychiatrist to help his depressed dog Eddie. In 'Four for the Seesaw', Frasier and Niles arrange a double-date. 'To Kill a Talking Bird' finds Niles troubled by his pet bird on the night of his flat-warming party. 'Roz's Krantz and Gouldenstein are Dead' has Roz help out at a retirement home. 'The Unnatural' see Niles try his hand at the game of baseball. 'Roz's Turn' finds Roz auditioning for a radio show of her own. 'Ham Radio' has Frasier attempt to stage a radio drama. In the two-part 'Three Dates and a Breakup', Martin ends his relationship with Sherry - but Frasier realises that it was all a mistake and tries to rectify the situation. 'Daphne Hates Sherry' sees Niles overjoyed when Daphne comes to visit his apartment. 'Are You Being Served?' has Maris serve Niles with divorce papers. 'Ask Me No Questions' finds Frasier pondering the question of Niles and Maris. Finally, in 'Odd Man Out', Frasier becomes so frustrated with his life as a single man that he rushes to meet an unknown woman who left a message on his answerphone by mistake.
Frasier's fourth season was mostly about relationships. Niles (David Hyde Pierce), now separated from Maris, is back on the market like his bachelor brother, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer). That's great when the pair goes to a cabin with a pair of fetching women (Megan Mullaly, later of Will and Grace, and Lisa Darr), but Niles is never able to completely dispel his attachment to his suffocating wife... or to Daphne (Jane Leeves). His obsession with the latter gets an immediate burst in the season's first episode, in which he has to masquerade as Daphne's husband, then later comes to a head when she appears at his apartment door asking to stay the night. The boys have the usual disputes with their father (John Mahoney), including their disdain for the former cop's new girlfriend, Sherry (Marsha Mason), the boisterous, banjo-twangin', "gotcha"-playing bartender who would remain a regular cast member through the end of the series. Ex-wife Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth) makes her annual appearance, this time when she and Frasier try to get Frederick into an exclusive prep school. And the title character? As much as Frasier teases his producer Roz (Peri Gilpin) about her dating habits, he himself is lonely, leading him to a memorable airport encounter with guest star Linda Hamilton and a season finale that proves a kind of a harbinger to the series' final episode. This season made Frasier a perfect four-for-four at the Emmys, winning its fourth consecutive award for Outstanding Comedy Series. Unlike previous seasons, this DVD set has no bonus features. --David Horiuchi
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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. The underrated Bebe Neuworth also makes her annual appearance in A Lillith Thanksgiving.
If you're unsure as to what commitment to make with regards purchasing TV season box sets, make it this one. The first three seasons are also well worth anyone's money. Buy it, you won't regret it.
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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