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Goodnight, Seattle…

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in General | Posted on 14-05-2004

fraiserTonight is the last episode of Frasier. This is a really depressing end to a TV season since Friends and Frasier are both signing off for the last time. For the past 11 years, Frasier has been in our living rooms at least once a week. The show has won numerous awards as best comedy and there never seems to be a dull moment. Unless you grew up in the 80’s you probably do not remember Cheers, although, you may have seen the re-runs. The character Frasier got his start on Cheers sitting at the bar with Norm. After Cheers ended, Frasier was spun off. I find it interesting that during the last episode of Friends they show cased the new spin off of the character called Joey (which by far was my favorite character of the show). One of my favorite lines of his was “meat… good… pudding… good, what is there not to like” (something like that). And oh yeah, “How you doin’?”. Classics. Anyway, back to Frasier. In case you miss tonight’s episode here is the recap of the show:

“SERIES FINALE FINDS FRASIER AND NILES TRYING THEIR HAND AS WEDDING PLANNERS — LAURA LINNEY, JASON BIGGS, ANTHONY LAPAGLIA, ROBBIE COLTRANE, RICHARD E. GRANT, JENNIFER BEALS GUEST-STAR – In the series finale, when Martin (John Mahoney) reserves the wedding hall for the wrong date for his upcoming wedding to Ronee (guest star Wendie Malick), Niles (David Hyde Pierce) and Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) come to the rescue by offering to plan the wedding for them in a matter of days. Meanwhile, Daphne’s (Jane Leeves) mischievous brothers — Simon (guest star Anthony LaPaglia, “Without a Trace”), Michael (guest star Robbie Coltrane, “Harry Potter: Chamber of Secrets”) and Stephen Moon (guest star Richard E. Grant, “Gosford Park”) — pay a surprise visit to Daphne and Niles as they anticipate the arrival of their firstborn. Meanwhile, Frasier bids farewell to Charlotte (guest star Laura Linney, “Mystic River”) as she moves home to Chicago. Elsewhere, Roz (Peri Gilpin) celebrates a big promotion at work. Jason Biggs (“American Pie”) and Jennifer Beals (“The L. Word”) also guest-star. TV-PG”

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