History TearJerker / Frasier

5th Apr '18 7:37:37 PM Macgyver644200
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** Even Niles whining about his party is pretty depressing in context. He's getting divorced and his ex-wife is tearing his old social circle away from him.
7th Mar '18 4:27:35 PM GeorgeCastanza
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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack [[note]]cardiac event![[/note]], confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.

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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack [[note]]cardiac event![[/note]], [[note]][[InsistentTerminology cardiac event!]][[/note]], confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.
7th Mar '18 4:27:06 PM GeorgeCastanza
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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack [note]cardiac event![/note], confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.

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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack [note]cardiac event![/note], [[note]]cardiac event![[/note]], confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.
7th Mar '18 4:26:20 PM GeorgeCastanza
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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack [[note:cardiac event!]], confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.

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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack [[note:cardiac event!]], [note]cardiac event![/note], confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.
7th Mar '18 4:25:44 PM GeorgeCastanza
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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack, confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.

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** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack, attack [[note:cardiac event!]], confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.
15th Feb '18 12:03:23 PM LentilSandEater
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** Frasier's breakthrough in this episode really leads to some FridgeHorror TearJerker for the rest of the show and ''Series/{{Cheers}}''. Practically everything Frasier does is out of insecurity about himself to the point you realize he has no emotional or psychological stability. He's constantly afraid and hiding behind his profession and intellect to make himself feel good in every single moment of both shows. Even worse is his relationship and jealousy over Niles whenever he attains something he can't have, meaning that his damage has messed up his brother to a degree.
13th Feb '18 8:03:25 PM AnotherGuy
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** He explained that Mahoney played his father longer than he knew his own father and that he never had a brother either, meaning that his relationships with both men was very much like a RealLife counterpart.

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** He explained that Mahoney played his father longer than he knew his own father and that he never had a brother either, meaning that his relationships with both men was very much like a RealLife counterpart.counterpart.
** In "Boo!", Frasier and Niles, after Martin's suffered a heart attack, confessing they're not ready to lose him. Even before Mahoney's death, any middle-aged son or daughter have felt the same of their own elderly parent.
7th Feb '18 12:25:15 PM DrOO7
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* Sadly, John Mahoney (Martin) passing away in 2018 at the age of 77.

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* Sadly, John Mahoney (Martin) passing away in 2018 at the age of 77.77.
** Kelsey Grammer appeared on "''The Talk''" several days later and declared:
--> "He was my father and I loved him."
** He explained that Mahoney played his father longer than he knew his own father and that he never had a brother either, meaning that his relationships with both men was very much like a RealLife counterpart.
6th Feb '18 8:13:36 AM GaryKing95
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-->'''Frasier:''' Do ''you'' want to know what's bothering me? Well, here's a start: [[Funny/{{Frasier}} I'm talking to a dog, that bothers me]]. I'm another year older today. I suppose that bothers me. Though not as much as people seem to think. ''[Increasingly maudlin]'' I'm still single. That's a big one. Not having a woman to share my life with. The only women in my life are friends: Roz and Daphne. Daphne's not even here anymore, she'll be married soon. That's going to be tough on Dad... who am I kidding. It's going to be tough on me. It's been nice having her here. Even when my love life hasn't been going so well, I can always come home to a warm and considerate woman. You know, that's probably why I've been so brusque with her lately: I know that once she's gone, I'll probably be twice as lonely. Well, it's quite a realization isn't it? I really do love Daphne and I'm about to lose her. I've got to show her how I feel about her, while I still have the chance.

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-->'''Frasier:''' Do ''you'' want to know what's bothering me? Well, here's a start: [[Funny/{{Frasier}} I'm talking to a dog, that bothers me]]. I'm another year older today. I suppose that bothers me. Though not as much as people seem to think. ''[Increasingly maudlin]'' I'm still single. That's a big one. Not having a woman to share my life with. The only women in my life are friends: Roz and Daphne. Daphne's not even here anymore, she'll be married soon. That's going to be tough on Dad... who am I kidding. It's going to be tough on me. It's been nice having her here. Even when my love life hasn't been going so well, I can always come home to a warm and considerate woman. You know, that's probably why I've been so brusque with her lately: I know that once she's gone, I'll probably be twice as lonely. Well, it's quite a realization isn't it? I really do love Daphne and I'm about to lose her. I've got to show her how I feel about her, while I still have the chance.chance.
* Sadly, John Mahoney (Martin) passing away in 2018 at the age of 77.
16th Oct '17 9:14:22 PM mlsmithca
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* In "Room Full of Heroes," Frasier hosts a costume party where everyone's supposed to dress as their own personal heroes. Niles comes as Martin, which at first is incredibly heartwarming. But as the night goes on, Niles takes the role farther and farther, sinking into it more and more, until in a moment of passion, he declares both his "sons" complete disappointments and utter failures. It's sad enough that, deep down, Niles thinks that's his father's real opinion, but the saddest thing of all is Martin's face on the verge of tears as he looks at Niles and says angrily, "You stop right there! You ''will not'' put these words in my mouth. I was always proud of you boys, and I will not be portrayed as some drunken, judgmental jackass!"
** And the previous scene, talking about Hester.

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* In "Room Full of Heroes," Frasier hosts a costume party where everyone's supposed to dress as their own personal heroes. Niles comes as Martin, which at first is incredibly heartwarming. But as the night goes on, Niles takes the role farther and farther, sinking into it more and more, until in a moment of passion, he declares both his "sons" complete disappointments and utter failures. It's sad enough that, deep down, Niles thinks that's his father's real opinion, but the saddest thing of all is Martin's face on the verge of tears as he looks at Niles and says angrily, "You stop right there! You ''will not'' put these words in my mouth. I was always proud of you boys, and I will not be portrayed as some drunken, judgmental jackass!"
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jackass!" And the previous scene, talking about Hester.



* Roz ending up in tears about breaking up with her boyfriend, Roger. [[spoiler: Both times.]] The second time is especially sad. Frasier has recently debuted in a new market (Spokane,) but the audience is hostile since he is replacing a local legend. Frasier has Roz pretend to call in and fake a problem. In doing so, her insistence that she's perfectly fine shatters and she breaks down on the air.

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* Roz ending up in tears about breaking up with her boyfriend, Roger. [[spoiler: Both times.]] The second time is especially sad. Frasier has recently debuted in a new market (Spokane,) (Spokane), but the audience is hostile since he is replacing a local legend. Frasier has Roz pretend to call in and fake a problem. In doing so, her insistence that she's perfectly fine shatters and she breaks down on the air.
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