Frasier is pacing up and down his apartment while a storm goes on outside. Niles arrives, annoyed at being called away from the "gifted infants' toy expo", and Frasier confesses that he has committed a crime, punishable by US law. There then follows a flashback while he explains: Frasier had been having a bad day. During his radio show, he came down with a coughing fit and Roz had to advise his kleptomaniac caller, Babette, after which she claimed he had been dispensing the same advice for ten years. He was later turned down by an attractive woman who had parked her car in his space, and cornered at his front door by an elderly neighbor (Estelle Parsons) who said she could set her watch by his routine. He also did not appreciate coming home to two happy couples - Niles and Daphne, and Martin and Ronee - while he himself is still single. Calling round to change a light bulb for his neighbor, he learned that even she is still dating at the age of 83. At this point, Niles learns of ...
Did You Know?
is the celebrity caller in this episode, the last one for the series. Mirren voices the character of Babette, a kleptomaniac. See more
(at around 28 min) When Frasier is carrying Niles on his back and Niles hits his head into the pillar, you can see the pillar trembling lightly. Concrete block doesn't tremble like that, so it's probably a studio prop. See more
You must be drunk in this picture, Niles. You got your arm around a floor lamp.
Dr. Niles Crane
Oh, no, that's Maris in her Easter hat.
When the title "Frasier" (in golden letters) and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, a rain cloud that starts to emit rain appears in the sky. See more
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller
and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer See more