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6th Feb '16 9:15:14 PM nombretomado
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* The faux-Sam actor in Diane's play (in her ''{{Frasier}}'' episode) is Lance Apollinaire, the "Greek-God-like" student she almost fell for in "Knights Of The Scimitar".

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* The faux-Sam actor in Diane's play (in her ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' episode) is Lance Apollinaire, the "Greek-God-like" student she almost fell for in "Knights Of The Scimitar".



[[WMG: Sam and Diane get back together after Diane's appearance on ''{{Frasier}}'', but before Woody's.]]

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[[WMG: Sam and Diane get back together after Diane's appearance on ''{{Frasier}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', but before Woody's.]]



** The last time we see Sam, in his appearance on ''{{Frasier}}'', he is single--but the episode ends with a hopeful exchange between him and Frasier....

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** The last time we see Sam, in his appearance on ''{{Frasier}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', he is single--but the episode ends with a hopeful exchange between him and Frasier....



* THIRD--Diane's play in her own ''{{Frasier}}'' episode is a [[HerCodeNameWasMarySue not-so-subtle spoof]] of ''Cheers''--one that emphasizes the Sam/Diane romance. Diane herself shares a passionate kiss with the "faux-Sam" actor.

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* THIRD--Diane's play in her own ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' episode is a [[HerCodeNameWasMarySue not-so-subtle spoof]] of ''Cheers''--one that emphasizes the Sam/Diane romance. Diane herself shares a passionate kiss with the "faux-Sam" actor.



*** Actually, this fits quite well with the ''{{Frasier}}'' Season Seven episode "Hot Pursuit", which has Frasier just returned from a visit to Boston...and suddenly reflecting on the fact that he's alone, and currently without much of a love life. In hindsight, FridgeBrilliance: In addition to visiting Frederick, he was in Boston for Sam and Diane's wedding!

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*** Actually, this fits quite well with the ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' Season Seven episode "Hot Pursuit", which has Frasier just returned from a visit to Boston...and suddenly reflecting on the fact that he's alone, and currently without much of a love life. In hindsight, FridgeBrilliance: In addition to visiting Frederick, he was in Boston for Sam and Diane's wedding!
12th Feb '15 8:38:47 PM Brandon
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** Brent Spiner appeared in an episode. Perhaps Data was taking part.
27th Jan '15 4:30:51 AM Gaz112
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*** Cute idea, but the "Man Who Knocks" is credited as James Burrows, one of the show's creators. The kid in the beginning was played by John P. Navin, Jr. The actor was about 14 at the time, according to imdb.

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*** Cute idea, but the "Man Who Knocks" is credited as James Burrows, one of the show's creators. The kid in the beginning was played by John P. Navin, Jr. The actor was about 14 at the time, according to imdb.imdb.
*** It could still be the same character, played by different actors.
10th Jan '15 9:05:16 PM shamblingdead2
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*** Cute idea, but the "Man Who Knocks" is credited as James Burrows, one of the show's creators. The kid in the beginning was played by John P. Navin, Jr. The actor was about 14 at the time, according to imdb.
11th Nov '13 9:42:04 PM RushLimborg
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*** Actually, this fits quite well with the ''{{Frasier}}'' Season Seven episode "Hot Pursuit", which has Frasier just returned from a visit to Boston...and suddenly reflecting on the fact that he's alone, and currently without much of a love life. In hindsight, FridgeBrilliance: He was just in Boston for Sam and Diane's wedding!

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*** Actually, this fits quite well with the ''{{Frasier}}'' Season Seven episode "Hot Pursuit", which has Frasier just returned from a visit to Boston...and suddenly reflecting on the fact that he's alone, and currently without much of a love life. In hindsight, FridgeBrilliance: He In addition to visiting Frederick, he was just in Boston for Sam and Diane's wedding!
11th Nov '13 9:39:48 PM RushLimborg
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** Sam and Diane are having a charming "scandalous affair" that the gang knows nothing about, involving Sam using various excuses to cover for his annual visits to Los Angeles--and Diane. (The secrecy's part of the thrill....) And they won't reveal it to all until they agree it's time to tie the knot--which they will, post-Woody's-episode.

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** Sam and Diane are having a charming "scandalous affair" that the gang knows nothing about, involving Sam using various excuses to cover for his annual visits to Los Angeles--and Diane. (The secrecy's part of the thrill....) And they won't reveal it to all until they agree it's time to tie the knot--which they will, post-Woody's-episode.post-Woody's-episode.
*** Actually, this fits quite well with the ''{{Frasier}}'' Season Seven episode "Hot Pursuit", which has Frasier just returned from a visit to Boston...and suddenly reflecting on the fact that he's alone, and currently without much of a love life. In hindsight, FridgeBrilliance: He was just in Boston for Sam and Diane's wedding!
4th Aug '13 8:08:42 PM RushLimborg
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* It all takes place on a holodeck. Now, stay with me. See, all the characters drink all that beer and suffer no real ill-effects. It's obviously synthehol. Norm, is of course, Morn from Deep Space Nine visiting other friends. And Captain Bateson likes to play the part of a nuerotic psychatrist. And there's that long-lived Vulcan officer who took a turn playing the hysterical human woman who 'owned' the bar.
[[WMG: The faux-Sam actor in Diane's play (in her ''{{Frasier}}'' episode) is Lance Apollinaire, the "Greek-God-like" student she almost fell for in "Knights Of The Scimitar".]]
* He certainly looks and sounds kinda like him...and there's also Diane's ''exchange'' with him.

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* The faux-Sam actor in Diane's play (in her ''{{Frasier}}'' episode) is Lance Apollinaire, the "Greek-God-like" student she almost fell for in "Knights Of The Scimitar".
** He certainly looks and sounds kinda like him...and there's also Diane's ''exchange'' with him....
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It all takes place on a holodeck. holodeck.]]
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Now, stay with me. See, all the characters drink all that beer and suffer no real ill-effects. It's obviously synthehol. Norm, is of course, Morn from Deep Space Nine visiting other friends. And Captain Bateson likes to play the part of a nuerotic psychatrist. And there's that long-lived Vulcan officer who took a turn playing the hysterical human woman who 'owned' the bar.
[[WMG: The faux-Sam actor in Diane's play (in her ''{{Frasier}}'' episode) is Lance Apollinaire, the "Greek-God-like" student she almost fell for in "Knights Of The Scimitar".]]
* He certainly looks and sounds kinda like him...and there's also Diane's ''exchange'' with him.
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4th Aug '13 8:07:17 PM RushLimborg
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[[WMG: The faux-Sam actor in Diane's play (in her ''{{Frasier}}'' episode) is Lance Apollinaire, the "Greek-God-like" student she almost fell for in "Knights Of The Scimitar".]]
* He certainly looks and sounds kinda like him...and there's also Diane's ''exchange'' with him.
7th Jun '13 2:02:44 PM RushLimborg
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* Put it all together, and...

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* Put it all together, and...and...
** Sam and Diane are having a charming "scandalous affair" that the gang knows nothing about, involving Sam using various excuses to cover for his annual visits to Los Angeles--and Diane. (The secrecy's part of the thrill....) And they won't reveal it to all until they agree it's time to tie the knot--which they will, post-Woody's-episode.
4th May '13 6:44:35 PM RushLimborg
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* Put it all together, and...we have our couple at some point after Diane's episode initiating a "scandalous" secret love affair, kept hidden from everyone ostensibly for the "thrill" of it!--not revealed until some point after Woody's episode, of course...where we follow with a beautiful "happily ever after". Pretty romantic, when you think about it....

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* Put it all together, and...we have our couple at some point after Diane's episode initiating a "scandalous" secret love affair, kept hidden from everyone ostensibly for the "thrill" of it!--not revealed until some point after Woody's episode, of course...where we follow with a beautiful "happily ever after". Pretty romantic, when you think about it....
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