Niles and Frasier fight over who will host the family Christmas.
Frasier dates a woman that reminds him of his mean gym teacher.
Frasier's got the hots for his ex-wife.
Scott, Stiles and Kira have their first Lacrosse game. Lydia seeks help with her powers.
The remaining home cooks face the most intimidating Mystery Box challenge yet, when they go head-to-head with the judges to prepare a restaurant-quality dish using the most exquisite wild Alaskan king salmon. The winner of the Mystery Box challenge will be safe in the next elimination round, during which the home cooks will need to create a dish using a selection of one judges' favorite ingredients. Find out who will advance to the next round and which home cook will flounder under pressure.
A misunderstanding leads the town to believe that Frasier is gay.
The tenth season of Frasier is highlighted by a three-part story arc, "Rooms with a View", "Bristle While You Work", and "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," in which Niles (David Hyde Pierce) comes face to face with his own mortality when he undergoes heart bypass surgery, an event that has a curious effect on Niles' marriage to Daphne (Jane Leeves). It also brings "Kissing Cousin," in which newly divorced KACL radio station owner Kenny (Tom McGowan) briefly finds a kindred spirit in Roz's younger cousin Jen (Zooey Deschanel), a woman no one else can stand. Later, "The Harassed" introduces KACL's new financial analyst Julia Wilcox (Felicity Huffman), who will become the latest in a long line of women whom Frasier cannot live without. Frasier's ex-wife Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth) shows up in "Lilith Needs a Favor" to ask a favor involving artificial insemination. Plus, Dr. Phil McGraw becomes the object of Frasier's wrath merely by hiring Frasier's former agent, the redoubtable Bebe (Harriet Sansom Harris) in "The Devil and Dr. Phil". As for Martin (John Mahoney), he tentatively relights the flame with Cora (Emily Yancy), the mother of Frasier's contentious neighbor Cam Winston in "Fraternal Schwinns." In the season finale, "A New Position for Roz," she prepares to quit her job as Frasier's producer and leave Seattle forever, a decision largely motivated by her outrage over the romance between Frasier and Julia.
Frasier gets jealous when Dr. Phil comes to Seattle.
Martin runs for condo board president and Frasier does all the work.
The sixth season begins with Michael reading an unflattering story to an audience that includes his mom and dad, grandparents, and uncle in "The Angry Family." Plus, unsatisfied with their sex life, Raymond and Debra play Sensuopoly in "No Roll." When Debra decides to run for school president, Raymond sabotages her chances so he won't have to stay home alone with the kids in "A Vote For Debra." And don't miss "The First Six Years" which highlights top moments from the series to date.
Martin gets high on a pot-laced brownie. Frederick visits the dark side.
Lizzie's dinner party continues where tensions between Shannon and Heather reach a boiling point, leaving the ladies to pick sides. Later, Vicki and Briana see a therapist to face the "Brooks issue" once and for all. Meanwhile, Tamra is shocked when Ryan gives his two week notice from the gym, but is blindsided during a family dinner where Ryan and his new girlfriend, Sarah, drop a bomb that leaves Tamra in tears.
When winter unleashes its full fury Kyle and Ben get caught in its crosshairs. In Alaska, Marty's gamble on new country pays off. The polar assault brings Eustace's progress in North Carolina to a standstill. And far north in Maine, Charlie breaks the ice to finally cash in on some fur.
"What's Wrong with People?" asks Sebastian Maniscalco, as he hilariously tries to bridge the Italian-American Old World he grew up in with the contemporary frenetic world we all live in today.
Everyone is horrified when Debra's newly divorced father brings a date to Thanksgiving dinner.
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