Starring: David Hyde Pierce, Jane Leeves, John Mahoney, Kelsey Grammer, Peri Gilpin
Genres: Comedy, Romance
Author, Author - S1-E22
Corrected entry: The publisher phones Frasier and Niles at KACL and tells them that Reader's Digest is interested in serializing their book. Problem is, RD doesn't serialize books, it condenses them.
Correction: "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich", by William L. Shirer, "Nineteen Weeks: America, Britain, and the Fateful Summer of 1940" by Norman Moss, "Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda" by Edward Herman, "Heartstrings and Tail-Tuggers" by Penny Porter, "Deliver Us From Evil" by Thomas Dooley and many many others were condensed and serialised in Readers' Digest.
Corrected entry: In Frasier's apartment Niles is apparently typing on his laptop, which when viewed from behind is off. The screen is totally black.
Correction: Niles has one of those laptops with the old LCD screen, to see what he sees, you have to be pretty much at his angle.
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Frasier: Niles, I would shave my head for you. Niles: A gesture which becomes less significant with each passing year.
When Frasier is standing through his sunroof to speak with the drivers stuck behind him in the parking garage, one shot shows Frasier's body and much of the rear window which features a very clear reflection of the boom mic.
John Mahoney plays Kelsey Grammer's father in the series, even though in real life he's only 15 years older than Grammer.