History Heartwarming / Frasier

11th Nov '16 8:10:02 AM themisterfree
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* 'The Proposal' generally is pretty heartwarming, but especially Frasier's reaction to it as he watches it in secret and then proceeds to tackle the trumpet guy to preserve the silence.

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* 'The Proposal' "The Proposal" generally is pretty heartwarming, but especially Frasier's reaction to it as he watches it in secret and then proceeds to [[ItMakesSenseInContext tackle the trumpet guy guy]] to preserve the silence.



* The episode when Niles [[spoiler: has heart surgery.]] During the episode Niles [[spoiler: almost out of his head on anaesthetic]] muses that [[spoiler: hospitals]] have memories and there are flashbacks throughout the episode to other times the characters were there at different points in their lives. [[spoiler: After Niles recovers, Daphne goes to awaken Niles]] and as she leaves him it pans to a room where [[spoiler: Daphne and Niles are welcoming their second child]]. It should be noted that the flashbacks are done like the [[spoiler: hospital]] remembering actual events.

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* The episode when Niles [[spoiler: has heart surgery.]] During the episode Niles [[spoiler: almost out of his head on anaesthetic]] anesthetic]] muses that [[spoiler: hospitals]] have memories and there are flashbacks throughout the episode to other times the characters were there at different points in their lives. [[spoiler: After Niles recovers, Daphne goes to awaken Niles]] and as she leaves him it pans to a room where [[spoiler: Daphne and Niles are welcoming their second child]]. It should be noted that the flashbacks are done like the [[spoiler: hospital]] remembering actual events.



* In one episode, Roz has recently broken up from a long-term relationship and seems, to Frasier's concern, a little too okay with the whole thing. In the mean time, they're doing a show in Spokane to try and get more listeners but are having a hard time getting people to call in. Frasier asks Roz to pretend to be a caller and she randomly picks a fear of the dark as her psychological problem. However as Frasier pretends to analyse her problem, it swiftly turns into an analysis of her failed relationship and she starts to break down and cry. Frasier dispenses some touching advice, including a strong urging that she let her friends help her, and as soon as the "call" ends, he immediately gets up, runs over to her and gives her a big hug. Awwww.

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* In one episode, Roz has recently broken up from a long-term relationship and seems, to Frasier's concern, a little too okay with the whole thing. In the mean time, meantime, they're doing a show in Spokane to try and get more listeners but are having a hard time getting people to call in. Frasier asks Roz to pretend to be a caller and she randomly picks a fear of the dark as her psychological problem. However as Frasier pretends to analyse her problem, it swiftly turns into an analysis of her failed relationship and she starts to break down and cry. Frasier dispenses some touching advice, including a strong urging that she let her friends help her, and as soon as the "call" ends, he immediately gets up, runs over to her and gives her a big hug. Awwww.



* In "The Guilt Trippers" and "Moons over Seattle" Niles went to Manchester in order to get Daphne's father Harry to reconcile with his wife Gertrude, getting thrown out of a pub six times for his trouble. He finally managed to convince Harry to fly back with him only for them to end up fighting and Daphne furious with him. When Daphne was alone with her father and was worried that her upcoming marriage with Niles will end the same way his and Gertrude's did, Harry told her that Niles was thrown out of the pub six times by him and still came back in to try to talk to Harry just to make Daphne happy, something he would have never done for Gertrude. Later Daphne shows up at Niles' house saying that she would rather elope with him right then than to spend one more minute without being his wife.

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* In "The Guilt Trippers" and "Moons over Seattle" Niles went to Manchester in order to get Daphne's father Harry to reconcile with his wife Gertrude, getting thrown out of a pub six times for his trouble. He finally managed to convince Harry to fly back with him only for them to end up fighting and Daphne furious with him. When Daphne was alone with her father and was worried that her upcoming marriage with Niles will end the same way his and Gertrude's did, Harry told her that Niles was thrown out of the pub six times by him and still came back in to try to talk to Harry just to make Daphne happy, something he would have never done for Gertrude. Later Daphne shows up at Niles' house saying that she would rather elope with him right then and there, than to spend one more minute without being his wife.



-->'''Roz:''' Actually, I didn't misunderstand anything. You made so much fun of my costume, I got so embarassed, so I lied. Wonder Woman really is my hero. I mean, she's smart and beautiful, moral, and totally independent.
** After this, Frasier is moved to sincerely apologise for his earlier dismissiveness.

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-->'''Roz:''' Actually, I didn't misunderstand anything. You made so much fun of my costume, I got so embarassed, embarrassed, so I lied. Wonder Woman really is my hero. I mean, she's smart and beautiful, moral, and totally independent.
** After this, Frasier is moved to sincerely apologise apologize for his earlier dismissiveness.
30th Oct '16 9:10:04 PM roseredhoofbeats
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-->'''Daphne''': ''[bursting into the Winnebago after escaping out the bathroom window]'' Hello... I was wondering if you might be free for a date.
-->'''Niles:''' Oh, my GOD, YES!
14th Sep '16 4:57:01 AM NB2000
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* In "The Guild Trippers" and "Moons over Seattle" Niles went to Manchester in order to get Daphne's father Harry to reconcile with his wife Gertrude, getting thrown out of a pub six times for his trouble. He finally managed to convince Harry to fly back with him only for them to end up fighting and Daphne furious with him. When Daphne was alone with her father and was worried that her upcoming marriage with Niles will end the same way his and Gertrude's did, Harry told her that Niles was thrown out of the pub six times by him and still came back in to try to talk to Harry just to make Daphne happy, something he would have never done for Gertrude. Later Daphne shows up at Niles' house saying that she would rather elope with him right then than to spend one more minute without being his wife.

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* In "The Guild Guilt Trippers" and "Moons over Seattle" Niles went to Manchester in order to get Daphne's father Harry to reconcile with his wife Gertrude, getting thrown out of a pub six times for his trouble. He finally managed to convince Harry to fly back with him only for them to end up fighting and Daphne furious with him. When Daphne was alone with her father and was worried that her upcoming marriage with Niles will end the same way his and Gertrude's did, Harry told her that Niles was thrown out of the pub six times by him and still came back in to try to talk to Harry just to make Daphne happy, something he would have never done for Gertrude. Later Daphne shows up at Niles' house saying that she would rather elope with him right then than to spend one more minute without being his wife.
9th Aug '16 5:18:55 PM Murataku
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** In general, also the fact that whenever Niles has a meltdown, Frasier is almost always willing to drop everything and comfort him. The man really does love his little brother.



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2nd Jan '16 12:14:20 AM lorgskyegon
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* Despite his hatred for his father's chair, Frasier went to great lengths to return it the two times it was lost. After it was accidentally thrown out, Frasier has to act in a middle school play to get it back. Even better, though, when Frasier accidentally destroys it, he has an ''exact'' duplicate made, getting the original company to reweave the fabric and hiring a master builder to construct it. It ends up becoming the most expensive piece of furniture in the entire apartment. Given Frasier's penchant for expensive designer pieces, that means it like cost over $10,000.
28th Dec '15 10:15:52 PM SPBurke
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** It also helps that after Niles ends things with Maris for good, he spends the evening trading shots with Frasier and Martin over how mutually pathetic their love-lives are. One of the best bonding moments amongst the Crane boys in the whole show.
27th Nov '15 6:15:01 PM AnotherGuy
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** We later learn in "Crock Tales" the day after, Daphne confided to a gobsmacked Roz that Niles ruined her for any other men.

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** *** We later learn in "Crock Tales" the day after, Daphne confided to a gobsmacked Roz that Niles ruined her for any other men.
27th Nov '15 6:14:37 PM AnotherGuy
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** We later learn in "Crock Tales" the day after, Daphne confided to a gobsmacked Roz that Niles ruined her for any other men.
7th Nov '15 1:23:36 PM Octoya
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-->'''Martin:''' I have a question.
-->'''Daphne:''' ''*annoyed*'' What?
-->'''Martin:''' If you two have been married for three days, ''*opens door*'' why aren't you on your honeymoon?

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-->'''Martin:''' I have a question.
-->'''Daphne:''' ''*annoyed*'' What?
-->'''Martin:'''
question. If you two have been married for three days, ''*opens door*'' why aren't you on your honeymoon?
4th Nov '15 11:06:48 PM Protectronics
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* In the episode "The Gift Horse", Martin says that Niles' birthday gift of his old police horse was the best gift he could get. After he thanks him, Niles lies and says that the horse was from both of them.

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* In the episode "The Gift Horse", Martin says that Niles' birthday gift of his old police horse was the best gift he could get. After he thanks him, Niles lies and says that the horse was from both himself and Frasier--who was earlier upset that he'd lost their "gift-giving" competition because of them.that horse.



---> '''Martin:''' Gee, I didn't need to hear that!

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---> '''Martin:''' Gee, Geeze, I didn't need to hear that!



* 'The Proposal' generally is pretty heartwarming but especially Frasier's reaction to it as he watches it in secret and then proceeds to tackle the trumpet guy to preserve the silence.

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* 'The Proposal' generally is pretty heartwarming heartwarming, but especially Frasier's reaction to it as he watches it in secret and then proceeds to tackle the trumpet guy to preserve the silence.



-->'''Daphne:''' Because you'd do anything, even put up with my insane family to make me happy. Because you traveled half way around the world to make my dreams come true, even the impossible ones. And because I can't spend one more second without being your wife, Niles Crane, because I adore you.

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-->'''Daphne:''' Because you'd do anything, even put up with my insane family to make me happy. Because you traveled you'd travel half way around the world to make my dreams come true, even the impossible ones. And because I can't spend one more second without being your wife, Niles Crane, because I adore you.



* After Niles finds out Maris has been having an affair with their marriage counselor, he comes into a joint therapy group he and Frasier are hosting and makes a complete fool of himself, breaking down in front of the patients. After they leave, Frasier calls him out for acting like an idiot. That is until Niles tells him what the counsellor did and Frasier switches from being angry ''at'' Niles to angry ''for'' Niles in the blink of an eye.
-->'''Frasier:''' That contemptable bastard.

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* After Niles finds out Maris has been having an affair with their marriage counselor, he comes into a joint therapy group he and Frasier are hosting and makes a complete fool of himself, breaking down in front of the patients. After they leave, Frasier calls him out for acting like an idiot. That is until Niles tells him what the counsellor counselor did and Frasier switches from being angry ''at'' Niles to angry ''for'' Niles in the blink of an eye.
-->'''Frasier:''' That contemptable contemptible bastard.
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