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Frasier - The Complete Sixth Season

Frasier - The Complete Sixth Season

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Director: Katy Garretson, Ken Lamkin

Cast: David Lee, Kelsey Grammer


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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Season 6 gets off to a rib-tickling start when Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) is fired from his job as a radio shrink on KACL after failing to conform to the station's new format. While looking for a new job, he laments the loss of the old one and goes through the five stages of grief. Grammer (one of the most steadily employed actors in television history) pulls this off with panache, setting the tone for what will be another superb year for this perennial favorite. In "Frasier's Curse" he realizes that it's once again time for one of his high school reunions, which seem to pop up whenever he is at low ebb, personally and/or professionally. "Dial M for Martin" shifts the focus to Frasier's dad, Martin (John Mahoney). When Frasier's whining about being jobless gets on his nerves, Martin moves in with Frasier's brother, Niles, taking Daphne (Jane Leeves), his live-in physical therapist, along. Daphne begins to speculate that Martin's improving health will soon have her looking for a new job as well; at this point Martin begins to fear that Niles (David Hyde Pierce), hopelessly smitten with Daphne, will try to injure him to prevent her departure. Grammer's Cheers costar Woody Harrelson reprises his character from that show in an episode that finds him visiting Frasier for a week and driving his old friend crazy. "When a Man Loves a Woman" finds Frasier juggling two gorgeous women (guest stars Amy Brenneman and Virginia Madsen). As the season draws to a close, Frasier and Roz (Peri Gilpin) are back at KACL, and Niles is still pining for Daphne, whose relationship with boyfriend Donny (Saul Rubinek) seems to be heating up. We're not sure what more we can say about Frasier. Few sitcoms in television history maintained as high a level of quality as this one, and the 1998-99 episodes demonstrate the same commitment to excellence with respect to writing, directing, and acting.

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Frasier - The Complete Sixth Season 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Books918 More than 1 year ago
This show is still funny and stylish. My two teenage daughters are really enjoying it.
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