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Frasier EP Guide

Season Two

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25.     Slow Tango In South Seattle     (09/20/94)
Written by Martin Weiss/Directed by James Burrows

Frasier is outraged when he finds out that the story about his loss of virginity, which he told in confidence to a friend at Cheers, has been turned into a best-selling book. After confronting the author, Frasier finds himself more upset with the fact that he never properly said goodbye to his first lover and seeks to make things right.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog Guest Starring CONSTANCE TOWERS as Clarice, MYRA CARTER as Mrs. Warner, JOHN O'HURLEY as Thomas Jay Fallow, SUSAN BROWN as Amber Edwards; Featuring DAVID SEDERHOLM as Date and MOOSE as Eddie; Guest Caller JAMES SPADER as Steven

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26.     The Unkindest Cut Of All     (09/27/94)
Written by Dave Hackel/Directed by Rick Beren

After Eddie impregnates a neighbor's dog, Frasier tells Martin repeatedly to get Eddie fixed. When Frasier becomes impatient with Martin's obvious attempts to stall the procedure, he takes the Eddie to the vet himself, whereupon the dog escapes his custody.

Guest Starring JO DE WINTER as Mrs. Greenway; Co-Starring JOEL ANDERSON as Father and MOOSE as Eddie; Guest Caller LILY TOMLIN as Rita

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27.     The Matchmaker     (10/04/94)
Written by Joe Keenan/Directed by David Lee

Frasier wants to set his station manager, Tom Duran, up with Daphne. What Frasier doesn't know is that Tom is gay, and Tom thinks it is Frasier who has asked him out.

Guest Starring ERIC LUTES as Tom Duran

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28.     Flour Child     (10/11/94)
Written by Christopher Lloyd/Directed by James Burrows

Niles ponders fatherhood, and on Frasier's suggestion, starts carrying around a 10 pound sack of flour as a simulation exercise. Is Niles ready, or not?

Special Guest Star Guest Starring CHARLAYNE WOODARD as Arleen; Co-Starring AARON HEYMAN as Clarence, LINDA PORTER as Mary; Featuring ALVY MOORE as Patient, ROBIN KREIGER as Mother, and MOOSE as Eddie; Guest Caller AMY MADIGAN as Maggie

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29.     Duke's, We Hardly Knew You     (10/18/94)
Written by Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo/Directed by James Burrows

Frasier and Niles are thrilled when Martin invites them down for a beer at Duke's for the very first time. But, upon arriving at their father's favorite hangout, they discover that it is about to be closed down, thanks to the mini-mall deal in which they have invested.

Guest Starring JOHN LA MOTTA as Duke; Co-Starring JACK WALLACE as Joe, BILL GRATTON as Leo


30.     The Botched Language Of Cranes     (11/01/94)
Written by Joe Keenan/Directed by David Lee

Frasier gets himself into trouble with most of Seattle after telling one of his callers that moving away from the Emerald City might be the thing to cheer her up. Goaded into apologizing, Frasier then insults Seattlites again by mistake, thinking that he is off the air. Then he attends a church benefit to try and better things. Third time's the charm? Nope.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring GEORGE DELOY as Father Mike; Co-Starring HELEN GELLER as Sister Joselia and MOOSE as Eddie; Guest Callers ALFRE WOODARD as Edna, SANDRA DEE as Connie


31.     The Candidate     (11/08/94)
Written by Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano/Directed by James Burrows

Upon learning that Martin is supporting a less-than desirable candidate for congress, Frasier and Niles throw their support behind the man's opponent. When Frasier learns that the candidate he is supporting actually believes he has been abducted by aliens, panic strikes.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring BOYD GAINES as Phil Patterson; Co-Starring LUCK HARI as Waitress, JACK TATE as Director, CHRISTOPHER WALBERG as Boy; Guest Caller SYDNEY POLLACK as Holden Thorpe


32.     Adventures In Paradise, Part 1     (11/15/94)
Written by Ken Levine, David Isaacs/Directed by James Burrows

Frasier and his new girlfriend, Madeline, go on a vacation to Bora Bora, and Frasier's past - in the form of Lilith - is there to surprise him.

Special Guest Star BEBE NEUWIRTH as Lilith; Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring PIERRE EPSTEIN as Ettienne, KIRSTEN DEVERE as Mother; Co-Starring JESSICA PENNINGTON as Yvette, RICK SCHATZ as Busboy; Guest Callers ART GARFUNKEL as Chester and Special Guest Star JoBETH WILLIAMS as Madeline

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33.     Adventures In Paradise, Part 2     (11/22/94)
Written by Ken Levine, David Isaacs/Directed by James Burrows

In part two, Frasier's insecurities scare Madeline away. As they are about to reconcile back in Seattle, Lilith appears once again and scares her away for good. But Lilith comes with news: she is about to be married again and wants Frasier's blessing.

Special Guest Star BEBE NEUWIRTH as Lilith; Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring JAMES MORRISON as Brian; Guest Caller KEVIN BACON as Vic and Special Appearance by SHELLEY LONG as Diane Chambers; and Special Guest Star JoBETH WILLIAMS as Madeline


34.     Burying A Grudge     (11/29/94)
Written by David Lloyd/Directed by Andy Ackerman

While at the hospital with Niles and Frasier to visit Maris, Martin finds out his old partner on the force is also in for an operation. The two have not spoken in years because of an argument they'd had, so Frasier attempts to mend the rift between them.

Guest Starring LINCOLN KILPATRICK as Artie; Co-Starring LYNNE ADAMS as Nurse, PAUL KENT as Dr. Sternstein; Guest Callers BETTY COMDEN as Linda, ADOLPH GREEN as Walter


35.     Seat Of Power     (12/13/94)
Written by Steven Levitan/Directed by James Burrows

The Crane boys are terrified when they discover that the two plumbers called in to fix Frasier's leaky toilet are the same two bullies who tortured them during their school days.

Special Guest Star JOHN G. McGINLEY as Danny; Guest Starring MIKE STARR as Billy; Guest Caller MACAULAY CULKIN as Elliott

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36.     Roz In The Doghouse     (01/03/95)
Written by Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano/Directed by James Burrows

Bulldog wants Roz to leave Frasier and become the producer of his "Gonzo Sports Show". Frasier's attitude towards the very thought of this idea enables Bulldog to get his wish.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring EDWARD HIBBERT as Gil Chesterton; Co-Starring GARETT MAGGART as Bruce, EDWARD F. GALLICK as Ed; Guest Callers CARLY SIMON as Marie, ROSIE PEREZ as Francesca


37.     Retirement Is Murder     (01/10/95)
Written by Elias Davis, David Pollock/Directed by Alan Myerson

Frasier believes he has solved a murder case that his father has been working on for twenty years without success. This makes Frasier feel bad, so he arranges the photos and evidence on the table in such a way that he hopes Martin might deduce who the murderer is. Martin does have an epiphany and solves the murder, but are he and Frasier on the same wavelength?

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring RON DEAN as Frank; Co-Starring BILL GRATTON as Leo, HALE PORTER as Al, RANDY KOVITZ as Fan; Guest Caller MARY STEENBURGEN as Marjorie


38.     Fool Me Once, Shame On You, Fool Me Twice...     (02/07/95)
Written by Christopher Lloyd/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Frasier's briefcase is stolen, and he begins to question the goodness of man.

Special Guest Star NATHAN LANE as Phil; Guest Starring JOAN McMURTREY as Heather; Co-Starring BERNARD KUBY as Priest, KAREN PERSON as Customer, Featuring JAMES WILLETT as Cop, PAUL CUSIMANO as Waiter


39.     You Scratch My Book...     (02/14/95)
Written by Joe Keenan/Directed by Andy Ackerman

Frasier begins to date the gorgeous author of what he feels are worthless self-help books, and tries to keep his real opinion her writing to himself.

Guest Starring SHANNON TWEED as Dr. Honey Snow; Co-Starring LAURA WATERBURY as Fan


40.     The Show Where Sam Shows Up     (02/21/95)
Written by Ken Levine, David Isaacs/Directed by James Burrows

Sam Malone, Frasier's old friend from Cheers, shows up in Seattle for what he tells Frasier is a job interview. Eventually, Sam reveals that he was to be married the day before, but his uncertainty caused him to flee. Sam's fianc»e arrives in Seattle, and Frasier makes a shocking discovery; he slept with the woman several months earlier while in Boston.

Special Guest Star TED DANSON as Sam Malone; Guest Starring TEA LEONI as Sheila

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41.     Daphne's Room (a.k.a. A Room With A View)     (02/28/95)
Written by Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo/Directed by David Lee

Daphne, a stickler for privacy, repeatedly catches Frasier in her room. After chiding Niles for buying Maris' affection with a new Mercedes for her birthday, Frasier opens his own wallet to try and stop Daphne from moving out of the apartment.

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42.     The Club     (03/21/95)
Written by Elias Davis, David Pollock/Directed by David Lee

Frasier and Niles promote each other at a cocktail party, hoping to secure the two openings available at the prestigious Empire Club. Things get dirty when they learn that there's actually only one opening.

Guest Starring W. MORGAN SHEPPARD as Mr. Drake, MITCHELL EDMONDS as Mr. Spencer, JIM NORTON as Webtworth; Guest Caller GARY SINISE as Sid

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43.     Someone To Watch Over Me     (03/28/95)
Written by Don Siegel/Directed by James Burrows

When his number one fan, Kari, appears to be stalking him, Frasier fears for his life at the annual SeaBea Awards, and hires a bodyguard.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring ALYSON REED as Cindy Carruthers, RENEE LIPPIN as Kari; Co-Starring RITA McKENZIE as Mrs. Littlejohn; Guest Caller JOHN LITHGOW as Madman Martinez


44.     Breaking The Ice     (04/18/95)
Written by Steven Levitan/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Martin and Niles set out on an ice-fishing trip, and Frasier joins them with one goal in mind; he wants to hear his father say, "I love you," to him for the first time.

Featuring RICK CRAMER as Ranger

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45.     An Affair To Forget     (05/02/95)
Written by Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Frasier suspects, thanks to one of his callers, that Maris is having an affair with her new fencing instructor, Gunnar. Not meaning to, he tells Niles, who challenges the very large man to a duel, with Maris as the prize.

Guest Starring BRIAN COUSINS as Gunnar, IRENE OLGA LOPEZ as Marta; Guest Caller GLENNE HEADLY as Gretchen

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46.     Agents In America, Part III     (05/09/95)
Written by Joe Keenan/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Bebe Glazer, Frasier's shifty agent, convinces him to hold out for a better contract with the station. He panics when it appears the station is about to replace him, but little does he know that Bebe has a plan to end all plans...WINK!

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring HARRIET SANSOM HARRIS as Bebe Glaser[sic], ERIC LUTES as Tom Duran; Featuring TONY CRANE as Mike


47.     The Innkeepers     (05/16/95)
Written by David Lloyd/Directed by James Burrows

One of Frasier and Niles' favorite restaurants is going out of business, and in a spur of the moment decision, they decide to buy it to try and recapture its former glory. Once they open Les Freres Heureux, things go awry when they injure part of their staff, and scare the others away.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring EDWARD HIBBERT as Gil Chesterton, MIKE NUSSBAUM as Owner, NATHAN DAVIS as Otto, DIEDRICH BADER as Brad; Co-Starring JAY BELL as Maurice, ALAN SHEARMAN as Sous Chef, ROBERT LEE JACOBS as Waiter, TOM HEWITT as Bartender, DEBORAH LACEY as Customer

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48.     Dark Victory     (05/23/95)
Written by Christopher Lloyd, Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo/Directed by James Burrows

The gang gets stuck in Frasier's apartment during a Seattle blackout, which leads to a night of bicketing and personal relevations.

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