As Daphne (Jane Leeves) grows more frazzled with her strong-willed mother's plans for her impending marriage, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) gallantly offers to pay for everything and takes over the planning, but he soon overinflates her simple wedding onto a bloated scale rivaling the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. Away from the flurry of activity, a beaming Niles (David Hyde Pierce) presents his statuesque new girlfriend (guest star Loryn Locklin) -- who has a curious habit of keeping tabs of the hours they've spent together.
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The title is a reference to the film of the same name. See more
When Frasier is opening a bottle of water to cure his hiccups, he unscrews the top twice between shots. See more
He's nothing but a hopeless romantic.
[He opens the door to Donny, who is on his cell phone
Any idiot knows you've got to pay a hooker in cash! I'm at a meeting, I'll call you later, bye.
I've got this client, he's in the middle of a divorce, right? And his wife finds all these charges from this place called "Executive Match." It turns out to be a call girl service. When she gets through with him she'll have his house, his car, she'd have his beach house too if I hadn't ...
When the title "Frasier" (in yellow) and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, several lights are being lit in the "windows" of the buildings. See more
References Father of the Bride
Written by Richard Wagner See more