Worst & Best Frasier Episodes/List

Title: Frasier
Genre: U.S. Sitcom
Series: 11
Episodes: 264
Runtime: 21-23 min
First Transmission: 1993-2004
Channel: NBC

Dr Frasier Crane, a successful Boston therapist, moves to Seattle to get a new start on life.

 

Episode Rankings

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Best Episode #110

The Ski Lodge – Roz wins a weekend at a ski lodge and trades with Frasier. Daphne brings along her friend Annie, a swimsuit model. Frasier fancies her, but she is interested in Niles. Also, their very handsome French ski instructor is fancied by Daphne, but he is interested in Niles. That night, confusion runs rampant. (1998)

 

Worst Episode #254

Freudian sleep – During a trip to the mountains, the Cranes are beset by a series of bizarre nightmares. (2004)

 

 

Full Episode Guide

Key:-
Blue episodes rated above par.
Brown episodes rated below par.

Series One

#1 The Good Son (1993) –
Psychiatrist Frasier Crane returns to his hometown of Seattle to host a radio talk show.
#2 Space Quest (1993) –
Frasier spends the day looking for a quiet place to read.
#3 Dinner at Eight (1993) –
Frasier and Niles want to take Martin to a fancy restaurant.
#4 I Hate Frasier Crane (1993) –
Frasier gets drawn into a war of words with columnist Derek Mann.
#5 Here’s Looking at You (1993) –
Frasier buys a telescope leading to a far-off relationship.
#6 The Crucible (1993) –
Frasier shows off his new painting, but the artist declares it a forgery.
#7 Call Me Irresponsible (1993) –
Frasier advises a man to break up with his girlfriend leading to trouble.
#8 Beloved Infidel (1993) –
Frasier and Niles suspect that their father had an affair when they were boys.
#9 Selling Out (1993) –
Frasier decides to do commercial endorsements on his radio show.
#10 Oops (1993) –
Frasier spreads a false rumour that Bulldog is about to be fired.
#11 Death Becomes Him (1993) –
Frasier becomes obsessed with his own mortality.
#12 Miracle on Third or Fourth Street (1993) –Frasier is disappointed when his Christmas visit from his son, Frderick, is cancelled.
#13 Guess Who’s Coming to Breakfast (1994) –
Frasier is surprised and flustered when a neighbor spends the night with Martin.
#14 Can’t Buy Me Love (1994) –
Frasier and Bulldog participate in a bachelor auction to benefit Martin’s police association.
#15 You Can’t Tell a Crook by His Cover (1994) –
Roz is conned by a con-artist and Frasier boasts that he would never be taken in by such tricks.
#16 The Show Where Lilith Comes Back (1994) –
Lilith comes back to Seattle for a possible reconciliation with Frasier.
#17 A Midwinter Night’s Dream (1994) –
Frasier is worried about Niles infatuation with Daphne, so he suggest that he spices up his sex life with Maris.
#18 And the Whimper is… (1994) –
Frasier and Roz are nominated for a Seattle Broadcasting (SeaBea) Award.
#19 Give Him the Chair! (1994) –
Frasier gets rid of Martin’s gaudy armchair.
#20 Fortysomething (1994) –
Frasier suddenly becomes aware of his age.
#21 Travels with Martin (1994) –
The Cranes and Daphne go on a road trip in a Winnebago.
#22 Author, Author (1994) –
Frasier and Niles decide to collaborate on a book about sibling relationships.
#23 Frasier Crane’s Day Off (1994) –
Frasier Crane takes a day off from his radio psychiatry broadcast.
#24 My Coffee with Niles (1994) –
Frasier and Niles have a long conversation at Cafe Nervosa.

Series Two

#25 Slow Tango in South Seattle (1994) –
Frasier is outraged when an author uses his first sexual experience as the basis for a romantic novel.
#26 The Unkindest Cut of All (1994) –
A neighbour presents Frasier with a litter of puppies – blaming Eddie.
#27 The Matchmaker (1994) –
Frasier tries to “fix-up” Daphne with his new boss.
#28 Flour Child (1994) –
Niles decides to experiment with fatherhood by carrying around a sack of flour.
#29 Duke’s, We Hardly Knew Ye (1994) –
Martin invites Martin and Niles for a drink at Duke’s, his favourite bar.
#30 The Botched Language of Cranes (1994) –
An on-air gaffe tarnishes Frasier’s reputation.
#31 The Candidate (1994) –
Frasier and Niles disapprove of Martin endorsing a right-wing political candidate.
#32 Adventures in Paradise (1) (1994) –
Frasier dates Madeline Marshall and they take a trip to Bora Bora.
#33 Adventures in Paradise (2) (1994) –
Lilith turns up in Bora Bora.
#34 Burying a Grudge (1994) –
Frasier tries to heal a rift between Martin and his old police partner.
#35 Seat of Power (1994) –
Niles becomes agitated when the plumber called over to fix Frasier’s toilet turns out to be his nemesis from junior high.
#36 Roz in the Doghouse (1995) –
Roz starts working for Bulldog.
#37 Retirement is Murder (1995) –
Frasier believes that he has cracked Martin’s long-unsolved case, the “Weeping Lotus” murder.
#38 Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice… (1995) –
Frasier is targeted twice by an identity thief.
#39 You Scratch My Book… (1995) –
Frasier dates a pop psychologist whose work he has a low opinion of.
#40 The Show Where Sam Shows Up (1995) –
Sam Malone visits Frasier in Seattle.
#41 Daphne’s Room (1995) –
Daphne is annoyed when Frasier keeps wandering into her room.
#42 The Club (1995) –
Frasier and Niles compete for one vacancy in Seattle’s exclusive Empire Club.
#43 Someone to Watch Over Me (1995) –
Frasier becomes increasingly paranoid when it appears that one of his callers is stalking him.
#44 Breaking the Ice (1995) –
Frasier, Niles and Martin go on an ice-fishing trip.
#45 An Affair to Forget (1995) –
Niles ends up challenging a very large man to a duel.
#46 Agents in America, Part III (1995) –
Frasier sleeps with his agent Bebe Glazer after a night of drunken celebration but soon comes to wish he hadn’t.
#47 The Innkeepers (1995) –
Frasier and Niles decide to buy an old Seattle restaurant.
#48 Dark Victory (1995) –
Frasier comes home to celebrate Martin’s birthday but has his work cut out.

Series Three

#49 She’s the Boss (1995) –
Frasier’s show is banished to the midnight slot by his new boss.
#50 Shrink Rap (1995) –
Sibling rivalry dooms Frasier and Niles new psychiatry practice.
#51 Martin Does It His Way (1995) –
Frasier and Niles discover a box full of song lyrics written by Martin.
#52 Leapin’ Lizards (1995) –
Bulldog play a series of practical jokes on Frasier.
#53 Kisses Sweeter Than Wine (1995) –
Niles tries to dissuade Daphne from pursuing a romance with Frasier’s contractor.
#54 Sleeping with the Enemy (1995) –
Kate cancels the annual raise for the station staff and Frasier duly has a passionate affair with her.
#55 The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl (1995) –
Kate and Frasier’s attraction to each other gets the better of them, and they are heard having sex over the air.
#56 The Last Time I Saw Maris (1995) –
Maris and Niles separate after an argument.
#57 Frasier Grinch (1995) –
Frasier’s Christmas presents for Frederick go astray.
#58 It’s Hard to Say Goodbye If You Won’t Leave (1996) –
Frasier realizes the true depth of his feelings for Kate, only to find out that she’s moving to Chicago the next day.
#59 The Friend (1996) –
Frasier tries to make new friends through his radio show.
#60 Come Lie with Me (1996) –
Frasier feels very uncomfortable after Daphne and Joe have sex in his apartment.
#61 Moon Dance (1996) –
Realising that it’s time he started dating again, Niles takes Daphne to a society ball.
#62 The Show Where Diane Comes Back (1996) –
The arrival of Diane Chambers plays with Frasier’s emotions.
#63 A Word to the Wiseguy (1996) –
Maris has a heap of unpaid parking tickets, so Niles asks Martin to exert his influence.
#64 Look Before You Leap (1996) –
Frasier suggests that everyone should take a “leap,” or go outside their comfort zone, to celebrate Leap Year.
#65 High Crane Drifter (1996) –
A stressed Frasier resorts to physical force with a rude Cafe Nervosa patron.
#66 Chess Pains (1996) –
Frasier buys an elaborate antique chess set but becomes obsessed by his inability to win against Martin.
#67 Crane vs. Crane (1996) –
Niles and Frasier take opposite sides in a courtroom hearing over an old man’s sanity.
#68 Police Story (1996) –
Frasier meets an attractive police officer, but she falls for Martin.
#69 Where There’s Smoke There’s Fired (1996) –
KACL’s new owner wants Frasier to make his fiancée quit smoking.
#70 Frasier Loves Roz (1996) –
Roz starts to think about settling down.
#71 The Focus Group (1996) –
Frasier’s show on KACL is presented to a focus group of twelve people.
#72 You Can Go Home Again (1996) –
Frasier revisits his first broadcast.

Series Four

#73 The Two Mrs. Cranes (1996) –
Daphne pretends to be married to Niles to put off her ex.
#74 Love Bites Dog (1996) –
Bulldog shocks both Frasier and Roz by falling in love.
#75 The Impossible Dream (1996) –
Frasier is tormented by a recurring erotic dream.
#76 A Crane’s Critique (1996) –
Frasier and Niles are thrilled to catch sight of T.H. Houghton, a reclusive author from their youth.
#77 Head Game (1996) –
Niles fills in for Frasier during his absence.
#78 Mixed Doubles (1996) –
Niles is eager to make his move with Daphne.
#79 A Lilith Thanksgiving (1996) –
Lilith wants to get Frederick into an exclusive school.
#80 Our Father Whose Art Ain’t Heaven (1996) –
Martin buys Frasier and Niles each a gift.
#81 Dad Loves Sherry, the Boys Just Whine (1997) –
Frasier and Niles cannot stand Martin’s new girlfriend.
#82 Liar! Liar! (1997) –
Frasier feels guilty when he discovers that his prep-school prank got a bully expelled.
#83 Three Days of the Condo (1997) –
Frasier runs for condo board president.
#84 Death and the Dog (1997) –
Eddie is feeling depressed, so Martin calls a dog psychiatrist.
#85 Four for the Seesaw (1997) –
Frasier and Niles share a table at Cafe Nervosa with two attractive women, which develops into a double date and then a weekend trip to the country.
#86 To Kill a Talking Bird (1997) –
Niles has trouble removing his new pet bird from the top of his head.
#87 Roz’s Krantz & Gouldenstein are Dead (1997) –
Roz is sentenced to community service for a speeding ticket.
#88 The Unnatural (1997) –
Bulldog convinces young Frederick that Frasier is the best softball player on the station’s team.
#89 Roz’s Turn (1997) –
Roz decides to go forward with an open-air spot with Frasier’s blessing.
#90 Ham Radio (1997) –
Frasier tries to direct an old-time radio drama, but his over-directing turns the show into a complete disaster.
#91 Three Dates and a Breakup (1)  (1997) –
Martin and Sherry’s sudden breakup wreaks havoc with Frasier’s love life.
#92 Three Dates and a Breakup  (2) (1997) –
Martin and Sherry’s sudden breakup wreaks havoc with Frasier’s love life.
#93 Daphne Hates Sherry (1997) –
Sherry and Daphne are finding themselves embroiled in minor clashes over Martin’s breakfast.
#94 Are You Being Served? (1997) –
Maris serves Niles with divorce papers.
#95 Ask Me No Questions (1997) –
Niles asks Frasier if he thinks he and Maris are meant to be together.
#96 Odd Man Out (1997) –
Frasier is desperate for a new dinner companion.

Series Five

#97 Frasier’s Imaginary Friend (1997) –
Frasier has some trouble convincing his friends and family that his supermodel girlfriend from Acapulco is real.
#98 The Gift Horse (1997) –
Frasier and Niles compete to see who can buy Martin the best birthday gift.
#99 Halloween (1997) –
At Niles’ costume party, Roz confesses to Frasier that she thinks she’s pregnant.
#100 The Kid (1997) –
Roz breaks the news that she is pregnant to the baby’s father, a 20-year-old waiter at Cafe Nervosa.
#101 The 1000th Show (1997) –
Frasier realizes his landmark 1000th show is two weeks away and convinces the station to organize a celebration.
#102 Voyage of the Damned (1997) –
Frasier agrees to give a celebrity lecture on a cruise to Alaska. Niles, Martin and Maris also come.
#103 My Fair Frasier (1997) –
Frasier dates Samantha, a high-powered attorney, and it is she who wears the trousers.
#104 Desperately Seeking Closure (1997) –
When Sam breaks up with Frasier, he obsesses over the possible reasons.
#105 Perspectives on Christmas (1997) –
While receiving massages for their holiday stress the Cranes swap stories.
#106 Where Every Bloke Knows Your Name (1998) –
Frasier becomes taken with the “Fox and Whistle,” a British pub that Daphne patronises.
#107 Ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do (1998) –
Niles hires a private detective to check out Sherry’s background.
#108 The Zoo Story (1998) –
It’s contract renegotiation time at Seattle’s KACL and Frasier’s new agent wants a Crane named after him.
#109 The Maris Counselor (1998) –
Niles and Maris start seeing a marriage counsellor.
#110 The Ski Lodge (1998) –
Confusion runs rampant at a ski lodge.
#111 Room Service (1998) –
An unexpected visit from Lilith stirs old passions in Frasier.
#112 Beware of Greeks (1998) –
The Crane men are not invited to a family wedding because of a grudge.
#113 The Perfect Guy (1998) –
Frasier can’t believe a new radio doctor is as perfect as he seems and becomes hell-bent on discovering the man’s flaws.
#114 Bad Dog (1998) –
Bulldog accidentally spills coffee on a gunman holding up the Cafe, making him a local hero.
#115 Frasier Gotta Have It (1998) –
Frasier has trouble accepting that his latest relationship is largely built on physical attraction.
#116 First Date (1998) –
Daphne overhears Niles talking about the woman he loves without. When she asks him who it is, he randomly names a neighbour, Phyllis.
#117 Roz and the Schnoz (1998) –
Roz stays with Frasier while her new apartment is being painted.
#118 The Life of the Party (1998) –
Frasier and Niles throw a singles party at Niles’s apartment and Martin dyes his hair for it.
#119 Party, Party (1998) –
Frasier wants to spend time with a charming woman who he recently met, but he keeps missing their appointments due to a stream of circumstances.
#120 Sweet Dreams (1998) –
Frasier and Daphne join a protest outside a condemned bookstore.

Series Six

#121 Good Grief (1998) –
Frasier grieves over the loss of his job.
#122 Frasier’s Curse (1998) –
Frasier believes in the high school reunion curse.
#123 Dial M For Martin (1998) –
As Frasier is home all day, he and Martin get into explosive arguments.
#124 Hot Ticket (1998) –
Frasier and Niles will do anything to secure tickets to the theatrical event of the season.
#125 First, Do No Harm (1998) –
Frasier believes that his new girlfriend is only with him for free therapy.
#126 Secret Admirer (1998) –
Frasier mistakenly believes that he is the object of a secret female admirer’s affection.
#127 How to Bury a Millionaire (1998) –
With his legal bills mounting, Niles has to give up his apartment.
#128 The Seal Who Came to Dinner (1998) –
Niles is determined to win the “Golden Apron.”
#129 Roz, a Loan (1998) –
Roz is struggling.
#130 Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz (1998) –
A Jewish woman sets Frasier up with her daughter because she thinks he’s Jewish too.
#131 Good Samaritan (1999) –
Trying to be a good samaritan, Frasier stops to help a woman stuck in the rain- and discovers that she’s a prostitute.
#132 Our Parents, Ourselves (1999) –
Frasier plays cupid for Martin and Roz’s visiting mother.
#133 The Show Where Woody Shows Up (1999) –
Frasier’s old bartender at Cheers in Boston, Woody, shows up.
#134 Three Valentines (1999) –
Three different stories about Frasier, Daphne, Niles and Martin on Valentine’s Day.
#135 To Tell the Truth (1999) –
Niles is persuaded to get a new lawyer, Donny Douglas, for his divorce proceedings.
#136 Decoys (1999) –
Donny is now going out with Daphne, but he has secured Maris’ lake-front cottage for Niles in the divorce settlement.
#137 Dinner Party (1999) –
Frasier and Niles believe that they might be spending too much time together.
#138 Taps at the Montana (1999) –
Niles wants his old apartment back.
#139 IQ (1999) –
Frasier and Niles spend eight thousand dollars for a lunch with three Nobel Prize winners.
#140 Dr. Nora (1999) –
Frasier is taken by a new doctor at the radio station.
#141 When a Man Loves Two Women (1999) –
Frasier is unsure about which of two women he prefers.
#142 Visions of Daphne (1999) –
Niles finds out that Donny has bought an engagement ring for Daphne.
#143 Shutout in Seattle (1) (1999) –
Niles and Roz compete on who has the worse love life.
#144 Shutout in Seattle (2) (1999) –
All of the Crane men end up being single in the period of one day.

Series Seven

#145 Momma Mia (1999) –
Frasier starts dating Mia Preston and she is the spitting image of his and Niles’s mother, Hester.
#146 Father of the Bride (1999) –
Daphne is annoyed about her mother’s pushiness in planning her wedding.
#147 Radio Wars (1999) –
Frasier is repeatedly phone pranked by KACL’s new comedy team, “Carlos and the Chicken.”
#148 Everyone’s a Critic (1999) –
When Niles lands a job as a magazine art critic, Frasier is jealous.
#149 The Dog That Rocks the Cradle (1999) –
Bulldog is now delivering pizzas, so Roz offers him a job as a babysitter.
#150 Rivals (1999) –
Frasier returns home to find a strange woman in a towel using the phone.
#151 A Tsar is Born (1999) –
Martin and his sons go to “The Antiques Roadshow.”
#152 The Late Dr. Crane (1999) –
While waiting in hospital, Niles hears the name of Maris’s plastic surgeon and decides to confront him about a billing error.
#153 The Apparent Trap (1999) –
Lilith and Frederick arrive for Thanksgiving dinner.
#154 Back Talk (1999) –
Frasier becomes crippled with back pain.
#155 The Fight Before Christmas (1999) –
Daphne is unsure about how to deal with Niles’s feelings for her.
#156 RDWRER (2000) –
The cranes use Martin’s Winnebago to go to the wine club’s festive get-together in Idaho
#157 They’re Playing Our Song (2000) –
Frasier crafts his radio jingle.
#158 Big Crane on Campus (2000) –
At Cafe Nervosa, Frasier runs into his unrequited high school crush and former prom queen.
#159 Out With Dad (2000) –
Fraiser’s new girlfriend thinks Martin is gay and tries to set him up with her uncle.
#160 Something About Dr. Mary (2000) –
Roz’s stand-in, Mary, soon starts taking over Frasier’s show.
#161 Whine Club (2000) –
Frasier and Niles run against each other to be elected cork master of the wine club.
#162 Hot Pursuit (2000) –
Frasier and Roz are forced to room together at a broadcasting conference.
#163 Morning Becomes Entertainment (2000) –
Frasier’s show is pulled off the air for a week and Frasier reckons that it’s for leverage in contract renegotiation.
#164 To Thine Old Self Be True (2000) –
Frasier learns that his attractive neighbor Regan has recently become available.
#165 Three Faces of Frasier (2000) –
Frasier’s caricature is hung on the wall of his favourite restaurant but is less than pleased with the likeness.
#166 Dark Side of the Moon (2000) –
Daphne has a session with her therapist.
#167 Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (1) (2000) –
Daphne decides to profess her love for Niles but then he drops a bombshell.
#168 Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (2) (2000) –
Daphne is torn between Niles and the man she’s engaged to marry.

Series Eight

#169 And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon (1) (2000) –
Daphne flees her wedding to Donny to be with Niles.
#170 And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon (2) (2000) –
The tensions build amongst Daphne, Niles and Frasier.
#171 The Bad Son (2000) –
Frasier uses his father in order to date the attractive owner of a home for senior citizens.
#172 The Great Crane Robbery (2000) –
Frasier adopts the role of cultural mentor to a Silicon Valley billionaire, the station’s new owner.
#173 Taking Liberties (2000) –
Mel turns up unexpectedly at a party at Frasier’s house.
#174 Legal Tender Love and Care (2000) –
Frasier hires an attractive lawyer to handle his lawsuit with Donnie.
#175 The New Friend (2000) –
Roz introduces Frasier to her new boyfriend, Luke. The two really hit it off but then Roz breaks up with him.
#176 Mary Christmas (2000) –
Frasier gets to co-host the Seattle Christmas parade but his co-host comes down with food poisoning.
#177 Frasier’s Edge (2001) –
Frasier receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Seattle Broadcasting Awards.
#178 Cranes Unplugged (2001) –
Frasier wants the three generations of Crane men to head out to the woods for some family bonding.
#179 Motor Skills (2001) –
Frasier and Niles enrol in an auto repair night class.
#180 The Show Must Go Off (2001) –
Frasier and Niles try to reawaken the career of Jackson Hedley an actor, but then realise how bad he is.
#181 Sliding Frasiers (2001) –
We see alternate realities of Frasier’s speed-dating.
#182 Hungry Heart (2001) –
Niles finally notices Daphne’s weight gain.
#183 Hooping Cranes (2001) –
The Cranes go to a Sonics game.
#184 Docu.Drama (2001) –
Roz gets to put on a special radio show about outer space.
#185 It Takes Two to Tangle (2001) –
Frasier and Niles desperately search for a wealthy patron to lend support to the failing prep school they both attended.
#186 Forgotten but Not Gone (2001) –
Frasier resigns from his beloved wine club to avoid a conflict of interest.
#187 Daphne Returns (2001) –
Daphne returns from her weight-loss spa, but an argument threatens Niles and Daphne’s relationship.
#188 The Wizard and Roz (2001) –
Daphne tries to convince Niles that she is psychic.
#189 Semi-Decent Proposal (2001) –
Frasier agrees to escort his former high school prom queen to her surprise birthday party but he really wants to spend time with her attractive friend.
#190 A Passing Fancy (2001) –
Frasier’s study sessions with Kirby are not going well, which threatens his chances with Claire.
#191 A Day in May (2001) –
Frasier comforts husband whose house has been put up for sale after his wife abandoned him, taking the children with her.
#192 Cranes Go Caribbean (2001) –
Frasier is horrified when he learns Martin, Niles and Daphne will accompany him on his trip to Belize with Claire.

Series Nine

#193 Don Juan in Hell (1) (2001) –
Frasier returns from a disastrous trip to Belize with his family.
#194 Don Juan in Hell (2) (2001) –
Frasier is unsure whether to end his relationship with his current girlfriend.
#195 The First Temptation of Daphne (2001) –
Daphne encounters the green-eyed monster when she discovers that Niles has a patient with an obsession for him.
#196 The Return of Martin Crane (2001) –
Martin prepares for his first night’s work as a security guard.
#197 Love Stinks (2001) –
Frasier hosts a party for the staff at the radio station and Roz dates a binman.
#198 Room Full of Heroes (2001) –
Niles drinks a few too many beers at a Halloween party.
#199 Bla-Z-Boy (2001) –
Niles gives piano lessons to a talented Roz and a not-so-talented Daphne.
#200 The Two Hundredth (2001) –
Frasier celebrates his 200th radio broadcast.
#201 Sharing Kirby (2001) –
Frasier and Niles befriend Kirby when they discover his girlfriend’s grandfather is a well-known wine connoisseur.
#202 Junior Agent (2001) –
Frasier’s agent passes him off to her assistant.
#203 Bully for Martin (2001) –
Frasier tries to help when Martin’s boss starts acting like a bully.
#204 Mother Load (1) (2002) –
Niles and Daphne agree to move in together.
#205 Mother Load (2) (2002) –
Frasier boots Daphne’s unpleasant brother out of his home.
#206 Juvenilia (2002) –
Frasier is ambushed when he agrees to appear on a teen-oriented radio show.
#207 The Proposal (2002) –
Niles plans the perfect evening as the backdrop for asking Daphne to be his wife.
#208 Wheels of Fortune (2002) –
Blaine Sternin, Lilith’s half-brother, arrives in a wheelchair but Frasier still believes him to be a conman.
#209 Three Blind Dates (2002) –
Niles & Daphne, Roz and Martin each take a shot at setting Frasier up with someone.
#210 War of the Words (2002) –
Frederick is in town for the National Spelling Bee Championship.
#211 Deathtrap (2002) –
Frasier and Niles uncover a human skull under the floor of their childhood home.
#212 The Love You Fake (2002) –
Frasier and his neighbour try to put an end to their long-lasting feud.
#213 Cheerful Goodbyes (2002) –
Frasier meets up with some of the old Cheers gang for a retirement party.
#214 Frasier Has Spokane (2002) –
Frasier is delighted when his show is picked up by a station in Spokane.
#215 The Guilt Trippers (2002) –
Daphne’s birthday party sets in motion a surprising and unexpected chain of events.
#216 Moons Over Seattle (2002) –
Niles finally convinces Daphne’s hard-drinking father to return from England.

Series Ten

#217 The Ring Cycle (2002) –
Niles and Daphne marry on an impulse while on holiday in Reno.
#218 Enemy at the Gate (2002) –
Frasier and Niles are pitted against the owner of a local garage in a battle over principles.
#219 Proxy Prexy (2002) –
Frasier campaigns to become condominium president.
#220 Kissing Cousin (2002) –
Roz’s 20-year-old cousin proves to be quite the party girl.
#221 Tales From the Crypt (2002) –
Frasier plots revenge on Bulldog after an office prank.
#222 Star Mitzvah (2002) –
Frasier makes a deal with Trekkie workmate Noel that he’ll get him Scott Bakula’s autograph if Noel teaches him Hebrew.
#223 Bristle While You Work (2002) –
Frasier interviews potential housekeepers for Daphne’s replacement.
#224 Rooms With a View (2002) –
The Cranes pay an unexpected visit to the local hospital.
#225 Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (2002) –
Niles has acquired a new lease of life since his midlife crisis.
#226 We Two Kings (2002) –
Niles and Frasier vie to host the family get-together.
#227 Door Jam (2003) –
Frasier and Niles become obsessed with a new day spa.
#228 The Harassed (2003) –
Frasier gets accused of sexual harassment.
#229 Lilith Needs a Favor (2003) –
Lilith wants Frasier to donate his sperm so that she can conceive another child.
#230 Daphne Does Dinner (2003) –
Niles plans a dinner party to mark the purchase of a new painting he’s bought.
#231 Trophy Girlfriend (2003) –
Frasier dates a gym teacher bringing back nightmares of an abusive coach from his childhood.
#232 Fraternal Schwinns (2003) –
Frasier and Niles learn to ride bicycles to participate in the KACL Bike-a-thon.
#233 Kenny on the Couch (2003) –
Frasier becomes Kenny’s shrink after his divorce comes through.
#234 Roe to Perdition (2003) –
Frasier and Niles become caviare “dealers.”
#235 Some Assembly Required (2003) –
Frasier becomes a nuisance in a house-building project.
#236 Farewell, Nervosa (2003) –
Frasier and Niles on a search for a new coffee bar due to ambient guitar music.
#237 The Devil and Dr. Phil (2003) –
Bebe lures Frasier into dark pathways after revealing that she is also agent to Dr. Phil McGraw.
#238 Fathers and Sons (2003) –
Martin starts to wonder if he is really Niles and  Frasier’s father.
#239 Analyzed Kiss (2003) –
Julia has finished her affair with Frasier’s accountant, Avery – Frasier offers his support.
#240 A New Position for Roz (2003) –
Roz prepares to leave the radio station and join a rival company.

Series Eleven

#241 No Sex Please, We’re Skittish (2003) –
Roz comes back to KACL, and Frasier believes her attachment is based on her deep attraction to him.
#242 A Man, a Plan and a Gal: Julia (2003) –
Frasier breaks up with Julia – Niles believes that he has a fear of commitment.
#243 The Doctor Is Out (2003) –
A misunderstanding leads the town to believe that Frasier is gay.
#244 The Babysitter (2003) –
Frasier decides to resume private practice.
#245 The Placeholder (2003) –
Roz sets Frasier up with her friend, Ann, so that he keeps his dating skills sharp.
#246 I’m Listening (2003) –
Frasier accidentally hears Ronee making a date with another man.
#247 Maris Returns (2003) –
Maris seeks protection from Niles for her violent new boyfriend.
#248 Murder Most Maris (2003) –
Maris is arrested for the murder of her boyfriend using a crossbow that Niles loaned her.
#249 Guns N’ Neuroses (2003) –
Lilith comes to town for a psychiatric conference, and Frasier arranges to meet with her.
#250 Seabee Jeebies (2003) –
Maris’s case makes Niles and Daphne the center of Seattle’s attention.
#251 High Holidays (2003) –
Frederick visits and he is going through a “Goth” phase.
#252 Frasier-Lite (2004) –
Niles and Martin nurse an ailing pigeon back to health.
#253 The Ann Who Came To Dinner (2004) –
Ann Hodges falls and breaks her leg in Frasier’s apartment – Frasier is afraid she will sue.
#254 Freudian Sleep (2004) –
The Cranes are plagued by bizarre nightmares on a trip to the mountains.
#255 Caught in the Act (2004) –
Frasier’s libido fights a losing battle with his conscience.
#256 Boo! (2004) –
Frasier accidentally gives Martin a mild heart attack by scaring him dressed as a clown, holding a knife.
#257 Coots and Ladders (2004) –
Frasier resorts to crime for some excitement but soon feels guilty.
#258 Match Game (2004) –
Frasier hires an attractive professional matchmaker but ends up on a string of bad dates.
#259 Miss Right Now (2004) –
Frasier is disappointed to learn his attractive matchmaker, Charlotte, already has a boyfriend.
#260 And Frasier Makes Three (2004) –
Frasier goes out to dinner with his attractive matchmaker, Charlotte, and her boyfriend.
#261 Detour (2004) –
Frasier and Charlotte are stranded after Frasier’s car breaks down.
#262 Crock Tales (2004) –
Frasier considers throwing out an old pot, but it brings back many memories.
#263 Goodnight, Seattle (2004) –
Frasier and Charlotte have a final dinner together before she leaves for Chicago.
#264 Goodnight, Seattle (2004) –
Frasier is feeling lonely on his own in the flat.