Daphne: It makes me glad we don't have so many guns in England.
Frasier: You don't need guns, you have kidney pie.
In ep. 1.20, "Fourtysomething", Frasier's admirer Carrie thinks that Bulldog is gay and overcompensating by acting as macho as he does. In ep. 1.24 "My Coffee With Niles", Niles asks Frasier if it means something that he just started using the word "Wow" and Frasier replies that "It means you're a gay man. Your life with Maris was a charade and you should have come out of the closet years ago. Are you going to tell dad or shall I?" In ep. 2.03 "The Matchmaker", Frasier's friend Tom thinks that Martin is gay. These are most likely references to the fact that these three straight characters are all portrayed by gay actors, namely Dan Butler, David Hyde Pierce and John Mahoney. See more...
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When Daphne is playing darts with Frasier, he says, "I scored again," and we see her sweater sleeve is pushed up her arm. But when she comes back with, "That's not something we hear very often," the sleeve is completely covering her arm. In the next shot, it's pushed up her arm again. There was no time for the adjustment.
When Marty bangs open the crane's cage, he is about a foot away from where he had been in the previous shot, when the crane pecked him on the rear end. To achieve the latter he had to be fairly close to the bird, but to accidentally open the cage easily by pushing at it with his cane, he had to be standing farther away, or it wouldn't have worked. He moves that distance from shot to shot and it just wouldn't have happened in real time.