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    Frasier

    This is one of those shows I absolutely love discussing. I’ve probably seen most episodes at least 3-4 times, and still it gets the biggest laughs out of me. My second favorite episode is a tie between “Four for the Seesaw” and “The Matchmaker.” My absolute favorite is below:




    “Bye bye, Berkins.”


    Now, let’s discuss the best spinoff series ever.

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    Love the show. I even dare to say i like it better than seinfeld, as far as comic shows concerned.

    Despite being filmed inside a studio/set, it made want to visit Seattle so bad.

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    I usually cannot stand a show with a laugh track, but this is one of the rare exceptions. So glad it's on Netflix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sallos View Post
    Love the show. I even dare to say i like it better than seinfeld, as far as comic shows concerned.

    Despite being filmed inside a studio/set, it made want to visit Seattle so bad.
    I also like it better than Seinfeld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bachy View Post
    This is one of those shows I absolutely love discussing. I’ve probably seen most episodes at least 3-4 times, and still it gets the biggest laughs out of me. My second favorite episode is a tie between “Four for the Seesaw” and “The Matchmaker.” My absolute favorite is below:




    “Bye bye, Berkins.”


    Now, let’s discuss the best spinoff series ever.
    Agreed on The Matchmaker, I also love the ones where Frasier and Niles try working together in the restaurant and writing the book and the one where they end up in couples therapy. Even the later series had some classic episodes like the one with Derek Jacobi playing a shit actor

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    LOVE Fraiser.

    Does anyone kind of think that the character Fraiser Crane was somewhat different on Cheers? On that show he was pompous, but could still relate and have a strong friendship with Sam, a blue collar, uneducated guy. And he could still shoot the shit with Norm, Cliff and Woody. The Fraiser on the show Fraiser would never spend his days at a bar like Cheers, he had his head so far up his own ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RhettButler View Post
    LOVE Fraiser.

    Does anyone kind of think that the character Fraiser Crane was somewhat different on Cheers? On that show he was pompous, but could still relate and have a strong friendship with Sam, a blue collar, uneducated guy. And he could still shoot the shit with Norm, Cliff and Woody. The Fraiser on the show Fraiser would never spend his days at a bar like Cheers, he had his head so far up his own ass.
    Fun fact: I love Frasier, but don’t like Cheers. I can’t be alone in this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bachy View Post
    Fun fact: I love Frasier, but don’t like Cheers. I can’t be alone in this.
    I am in this boat. HATE Cheers. Love Frasier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bachy View Post
    Fun fact: I love Frasier, but don’t like Cheers. I can’t be alone in this.
    Love both shows, probably a draw.

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    Frasier repeats are on every weekday morning so on the days I work from home I watch the show while eating breakfast. It’s a good way to start the day.

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