Frasier

Frasier (1993)

7 corrected entries in season 11

Frasier-Lite - S11-E12

Corrected entry: Frasier is on the phone at KACL and the caller says "hello" - we can see a reflection moving in the glass, someone walking, between Frasier and Roz. There is no guest on the radio show, and no reference to anyone in the booth.

Correction: The reflection in the glass is from the person walking down the hall through the glass behind Frasier.

And Frasier Makes Three - S11-E20

Corrected entry: In a previous episode when Frasier confronts Charlotte over his bad dates they have a long discussion about how she has moved back to Seattle because of a divorce and is living with her "crazy assed mother", yet in this episode we see Charlotte's apartment where there is no sign of her mother and only one bed.

Correction: We only see one bed because we only see one bedroom. And is it so hard to believe that her mother was in another room or out somewhere?

littlestar

Match Game - S11-E18

Corrected entry: The younger girl that Frasier goes on a date with has to be 20 years old or younger, since she mentions that cops took a fake ID from her (she wouldn't need a fake one if she were 21). Isn't it unlikely that someone that age would have been able to pay the $10,000 fee for Charlotte's dating service?

Correction: As seen later in the episode, Charlotte grabs random women to go on dates with Frasier. She probably never had to pay anything.

Guy

Sea Bee Jeebies - S11-E10

Corrected entry: When Roz's sister Denise comes into Nervosa, she greets Frasier by name, yet in an earlier series, Frasier first met her while pretending to be Roz's then boyfriend Roger.

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Correction: Roz almost certainly fessed up to her sister in the interim, especially since she works with Frasier.

JC Fernandez

I'm Listening - S11-E6

Corrected entry: Frasier is with Niles at Cafe Nervosa, and he is telling him that he overheard Ronee make a date with Richard. Niles then argues that he wants no part of this issue and Frasier says, "You can't outscramble an egg" - when he should have say "unscramble". He was referring to Niles going back and undoing something already done. One could argue that we misspeak in real life, but this is a performance, not real life and it is a mistake of the performer (or the writers).

Correction: Real life or not, its a character mistake at best.

Lummie

Maris Returns (1) - S11-E7

Corrected entry: In the season 11 episode "Maris Returns" (episode 7), Frasier complains about his Stockholm Chair and says that the instruction booklet alone would account for the high Swedish suicide rate. Sweden has one of the lowest suicide rates in Europe.

Correction: No, it doesn't. With a suicide rate of 17.7 per 100,000 people, Sweden is about middle of the deck - certainly not 'one of the lowest'. See Worldwide Suicide Rates. Besides, Niles is making a joke based on a common urban myth, so it isn't even a character mistake.

Goodnight, Seattle (2) - S11-E24

Corrected entry: (for the final episode, "Goodnight Seattle"). Daphne and Niles have a son. But in "Rooms with a View" we were shown their future and they had two daughters.

Correction: This occurred before Daphne was Pregnant. She could have merely imagined her and Niles having two daughters. For the record, they conceived some time after Niles' operation.

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