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Frasier EP Guide

Season Three

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49.     She's The Boss     (09/19/95)
Written by Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

The new station manager, Kate Costas, has ideas for getting higher ratings for Frasier's radio show, but Frasier refuses to change his familiar format. Kate gives him the graveyard shift in an attempt to make him see her point.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring EDWARD HIBBERT as Gil Chesterton, GEORGE DEL HOYO as Father Mike; Guest Callers MATTHEW BRODERICK as Mark, CARRIE FISHER as Phyllis, TERI GARR as Nancy, TOM HULCE as Keith; Special Guest Star MERCEDES RUEHL as Kate Costas


50.     Shrink Rap     (09/26/95)
Written by Christopher Lloyd/Directed by David Lee

When Frasier and Niles decide to share office space, the fighting becomes more than they can bear. Niles thinks a therapist might be the answer, but how does the therapist feel about it?

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring MILO O'SHEA as Dr. Schachter; Co-Starring KRISTIN LOWMAN as Mrs. Kalish, LESLEY WOODS as Mrs. Kelly; Guest Caller BLAIR BROWN as Jill


51.     Martin Does It His Way     (10/10/95)
Written by David Lloyd/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

When their great-aunt dies, Frasier and Niles each have duties assigned to them as per the will. Because she could never be pleased, they struggle with trying to complete these duties to her satisfaction, were she still alive. In talking about accomplishing one's goals in life, they learn of Martin's lifelong dream of penning a song for Frank Sinatra.

Co-Starring TOM TROUPE as Minister; Guest Caller MARY ELIZABETH MASTRANTONIO as Eileen


52.     Leapin' Lizards     (10/31/95)
Written by Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Against Frasier's wishes, Kate Costas encourages Bulldog to continue with his on-air practical jokes aimed at Frasier, to boost the station's ratings. When Frasier finally retaliates, Kate is sent to the hospital and Frasier dreads her finding out he was to blame.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Co-Starring MICHAEL WHALEY as Pete, ANNIE LARUSSA as Susan, JODI TAFFEL as Nurse; Guest Callers BILLY CRYSTAL as Jack, ED HARRIS as Rob; Special Guest Star MERCEDES RUEHL as Kate Costas


53.     Kisses Sweeter Than Wine     (11/07/95)
Written by Anne Flett-Giordano/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Frasier must hire a contractor to repair his floor, which Niles has accidentally damaged. Daphne falls for Joe, the contractor, but a jealous Niles makes her believe Joe is no good.

Guest Starring TONY CARREIRO as Joe DeCarlo; Co-Starring PETER STRAGUSA as Bruce, KEV O'NEIL as Electrician, KEVIN WEISMAN as Painter; Guest Caller BROOKE ADAMS as Marilyn


54.     Sleeping With The Enemy (Part I)     (11/14/95)
Written by Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo/Directed by Jeff Melman

Frasier gets talked into renegotiating the contracts of KACL's off-air employees. While trying to bargain with Kate, tempers flare and as the tension rises, lust unexpectedly takes over.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring PATRICK KERR as Noel Shempsky, EDWARD HIBBERT as Gil Chesterton; Guest Caller LAURA DERN as June; Special Guest Star MERCEDES RUEHL as Kate Costas

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55.     The Adventures Of Bad Boy And Dirty Girl (Part II)     (11/21/95)
Written by Joe Keenan/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

The next day, Frasier and Kate determine that they must take things a little slower. However, the talk turns dirty, and lust consumes them again, only this time ON the air...

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring PAMELA KOSH as Deirdre Sauvage; Co-Starring HARRIS LASKAWY as Moving Man; Guest Caller CYD CHARISSE as Polly; Special Guest Star MERCEDES RUEHL as Kate Costas


56.     The Last Time I Saw Maris     (11/28/95)
Written by Ian Gurvitz/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Niles finally stands up to Maris, and she kicks him out of the mansion. Will Niles relent, and do as Maris wishes, or is the marriage over?

Guest Starring IRENE OLGA LOPEZ as Marta, PATRICK KERR as Noel Shempsky; Guest Caller PAUL MAZURSKY as Vinnie

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57.     Frasier Grinch     (12/19/95)
Written by David Lloyd/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Frederick is coming to Seattle to spend Christmas with his dad, and Frasier has ordered some educational toys for him. When the gifts are sent to Maine by accident, Frasier and Niles make a mad dash to the mall, to find replacement presents.

Special Appearance by DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring LUKE TARSITANO as Frederick, EDWARD HIBBERT as Gil Chesterton, TEGAN WEST as Jack; Co-Starring LUCK HARI as Waitress, BECKY ANN BAKER as Customer, KLEE BRAGGER as Ned; Guest Caller RAY LIOTTA as Bob

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58.     It's Hard To Say Goodbye If You Won't Leave     (01/09/96)
Written by Steve Levitan/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Just as Frasier is about to tell Kate how he feels about her, she announces that she's moving out of the city to a bigger radio station. At the last minute, they test the possibilities for a relationship.

Guest Starring MARNIE MOSIMAN as Donna, DOUG TOMPOS as Flight Agent; Co-Starring JANE MACFIE as Gate Attendant, VAUGHN ARMSTRONG as Tony, ELVIN WHITESIDES as Driver; Special Guest Star MERCEDES RUEHL as Kate Costas


59.     The Friend     (01/16/96)
Written by Jack Burditt/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Frasier admits on the air that he's not made one close friend since moving back to Seattle, though he would very much like to. Enter Bob, the barbecue loving guy in a wheelchair, who Frasier attempts to befriend, but just can't stand.

Special Guest Star GRIFFIN DUNNE as Bob; Co-Starring BEN MITTLEMAN as Ralph, LUCK HARI as Waitress; Featuring DIANE BEHRENS as Patron #1, DAVID JAY WILLIS as Patron #2; Guest Caller ARMISTEAD MAUPIN as Gerard


60.     Come Lie With Me     (01/30/96)
Written by Steve Levitan/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

The need for "house rules" arises when Frasier catches Daphne's boyfriend, Joe, leaving the apartment after having stayed the night. When the rules don't allow for overnight guests and Daphne decides to move out, Frasier fears he and his father will kill each other - literally.

Guest Starring TONY CARREIRO as Joe DeCarlo, TIM CHOATE as Dirk, SCOTT MACDONALD as Henry


61.     Moondance     (02/06/96)
Written by Joe Keenan, Christopher Lloyd, Rob Greenberg, Jack Burditt, Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano, Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo/Directed by Kelsey Grammer

Daphne teaches Niles how to dance in time for his country club's annual Snow Ball, and then accompanies him as well when his date cancels at the last minute. In attempting to impress the guests - including Maris, there with another man - they dance the tango with such passion, that it causes Niles to profess his love for Daphne.

Guest Starring CHRISTINE McGRAW as Lacey, HANK STRATTON as Andrew, NANCY STAFFORD as Claire Barnes, MICHAEL G. HAWKINS as Conductor; Guest Caller JODIE FOSTER as Marlene

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62.     The Show Where Diane Comes Back     (02/13/96)
Written by Christopher Lloyd/Directed by James Burrows

Frasier's ex-fianc»e, Diane Chambers, has come to Seattle for a visit. She tells of her perfect, happy life in her sprawling Malibu beach house, but finally breaks down and admits she's miserable. She's lost her house and her job, and needs Frasier's help. He agrees to help, and Niles can't help but wonder if Frasier's falling for Diane once again.

Special Guest Star SHELLEY LONG as Diane Chambers; Guest Starring JOHN CARROLL LYNCH as Franklin, CALI TIMMINS as Mary Anne, PERRY STEPHENS as Stan, DON SPARKS as Mr. Carr, GOOGY GRESS as Ned, DANNY BREEN as Clark, JUDITH CORBER WEXLER as Darla

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63.     A Word To The Wiseguy     (02/20/96)
Written by Joe Keenan/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Niles finds himself dealing with a shady mob boss when he offers to help Maris rid herself of $8,000 in unpaid parking tickets.

Guest Starring HARRIS YULIN as Jerome Belasco; Guest Callers FAITH PRINCE as Brandy, RANDY TRAVIS as Steve


64.     Look Before You Leap     (02/27/96)
Written by Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano/Directed by James Burrows

Frasier's Leap Day suggestion that everyone each take a chance and do something spontaneous ends in disaster for all involved, including poor Frasier.

Guest Starring MURPHY DUNNE as Pete; Co-Starring JUSTIN M. GORENCE as Gary, BENJAMIN BROWN as Stage Manager


65.     High Crane Drifter     (03/12/96)
Written by Jack Burditt/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

After standing up to an impolite diner at a restaurant, Frasier becomes a hero with his listeners, who begin to follow his lead.

Guest Starring JOHN CYGAN as Doug Harvey, MARK BENNINGHOFEN as Video Clerk; Co-Starring TROY T. BLENDELL as Curtis, NAOMI as Woman in Video Store, PAUL CUSIMANO as Waiter; Guest Callers JOAN ALLEN as Lydia, BILLY BARTY as Chris, ERIC IDLE as Chuck, JERRY ORBACH as Mitch, JANE PAULEY as Rochelle, KATARINA WITT as Brenda


66.     Chess Pains     (03/26/96)
Written by Rob Greenberg/Directed by Gordon Hunt

Chess enthusiast Frasier challenges Martin to game after game and is beaten every time. This keeps Frasier awake, grasping for reasons why.

Co-Starring LUCK HARI as Waitress

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67.     Crane Versus. Crane     (04/09/96)
Written by David Lloyd/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Frasier and Niles testify as expert witnesses - on opposing sides - in the capacity hearing of retired timber baron, Harlow Safford.

Special Guest Star DONALD O'CONNOR as Harlow Safford; Guest Starring JAMES WINKER as Mr. Giroux; Co-Starring NEIL VIPOND as Judge, BARON KELLY as Baliff; Guest Caller MRS. FIELDS as Beth

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68.     Police Story     (04/23/96)
Written by Sy Rosen/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

A female cop pulls Frasier over, and in averting a speeding ticket, he becomes attracted to her. He enlists Martin's help to track her down and they do, at McGinty's pub. They go to meet her, but she ends up interested in Martin.

Guest Starring JANE KACZMAREK as Maureen, JILLIE MACK as Charlotte, DENISE POIRIER as Maggie; Co-Starring LUCK HARI as Waitress, BETTE RAE as Elizabeth


69.     Where There's Smoke There's Fired     (04/30/96)
Written by Joe Keenan/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Bebe, Frasier's agent, is engaged to KACL's new owner, an eighty-five year-old millionaire from Texas. Big Willy, as the man prefers to be called, enlists - or rather, demands - Frasier's help in getting Bebe to stop smoking before the wedding. If successful, Frasier's show could possibly be taken national. But if he fails...?

Special Appearance By DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Guest Starring HARRIET SANSOM HARRIS as Bebe Glazer, RICHARD HAMILTON as Big Willy, EDWARD HIBBERT as Gil Chesterton


70.     Frasier Loves Roz     (05/07/96)
Written by Suzanne Martin/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Roz is depressed about always being a bridesmaid, and would like to be the bride for a change. When Frasier suggests she try dating a different kind of man, she does, but the man turns out to be one of Niles' patients - a compulsive heartbreaker. Frasier's efforts to clue Roz in (without divulging doctor-patient confidentiality) lead her to believe Frasier has feelings for her.

Special Appearance By DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Co-Starring MICHAEL MITZ as Ben; Guest Caller DAVID DUCHOVNY as Tom

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71.     The Focus Group     (05/14/96)
Written by Rob Greenberg/Directed by Philip Charles MacKenzie

Frasier's show is subjected to a focus group evaluation, and 11 of the 12 participants have nothing but rave reviews for his work. But one man just doesn't like him, throwing Frasier into a frenzy as he tries to find out "WHY"?

Special Appearance By DAN BUTLER as Bulldog; Special Guest Star TONY SHALHOUB as Manu; Guest Starring MARITA GERAGHTY as Amanda, HENRY WORONICZ as Leader; Co-Starring CAMERON WATSON as Data Collector, HEATHER MACRAE as Cathy, PAT SKIPPER as Gary, DAVID BREITBARTH as Chuck, LIN SHAVE as Anne, ABDUL SALAAM EL RAZZAC as Paul


72.     You Can Go Home Again     (05/21/96)
Written by Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo/Directed by David Lee

On the third anniversary of Frasier's radio show, Roz gives Frasier a cassette of their very first broadcast. At home, he falls asleep while listening to the tape, and has flashbacks of his first days back in Seattle.

Featuring JOHN RAJESKI as Waiter; Guest Caller SHERRY LANSING as Angela

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