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Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.

  • Fraszier: The Finest Unproduced Episodes
  • Recommended by Planet-man
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Synopsis: An ongoing Tumblr which describes a new episode every day or two (as of April 30th 2013 there are 124 episodes and counting). Synopses range from four-sentence summaries to elaborately detailed scene-by-scene descriptions multiple paragraphs long, depending on the episode. The premise is essentially a deadpan account of bizarre, "unaired" Frasier episodes which are thematically similar to the show's traditional antics but feature the characters getting caught up in off-beat, sinister, often vaguely supernatural situations along the way. Has a penchant for emphasizing or exaggerating the Cranes' worst traits, i.e. Frasier's tyranny and egomania, Niles' elitism, Martin's old-world sensibilities, etc.
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  • Comments: This could almost be described as a sort of hybrid between Frasier and The Twilight Zone, Welcome to Night Vale or the SCP Foundation. The audaciousness and tone are downright hilarious and the frequent references to real Frasier moments and running jokes betrays an endearing affection for the source material.


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