Frasier (season 2)

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Frasier Season 2
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Original run September 20, 1994 –
May 23, 1995
Home video release
DVD release date January 6, 2004
Season chronology
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The second season of Frasier originally aired from September 20, 1994 to May 23, 1995 on NBC.

List of episodes[edit]

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date
25 1 "Slow Tango in South Seattle" James Burrows Martin Weiss September 20, 1994 (1994-09-20)
Frasier is shocked and offended to learn that an old friend (John O'Hurley) has turned a romantic episode from Frasier's past into a popular novel but did not credit him in the acknowledgments. When the writer's apology fails to provide the closure he seeks, Frasier tracks down the leading lady of the story — his long-ago piano teacher (Constance Towers) — and revisits a chapter from his past.
26 2 "The Unkindest Cut of All" Rick Beren Dave Hackel September 27, 1994 (1994-09-27)
When Eddie fathers a litter of puppies by a neighbor's dog, Frasier gets irritated at Martin, who is supposed to have had Eddie neutered.
27 3 "The Matchmaker" David Lee Joe Keenan October 4, 1994 (1994-10-04)
Sympathetic about Daphne's unsatisfactory love life, Frasier tries to fix her up with Tom Duran, the new station manager (Eric Lutes), only to discover that Tom has misinterpreted his intentions.
28 4 "Flour Child" James Burrows Christopher Lloyd October 11, 1994 (1994-10-11)
After witnessing a birth, Niles contemplates becoming a parent. Meanwhile, Frasier attempts to retrieve a get-well card for a colleague because he wrote an inappropriate message on it.
29 5 "Duke's, We Hardly Knew Ye" James Burrows Linda Morris & Vic Rauseo October 18, 1994 (1994-10-18)
Frasier and Niles are caught in a bind when they discover that their successful new investment group is about to tear down Martin's favorite bar, Duke's.
30 6 "The Botched Language of Cranes" David Lee Joe Keenan November 1, 1994 (1994-11-01)
When Frasier makes a disparaging remark about Seattle's weather, he winds up in hot water with his listeners — and his attempt to remedy the situation by speaking at a charity dinner makes things worse.
31 7 "The Candidate" James Burrows Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano November 8, 1994 (1994-11-08)
When the congressional candidate whom Martin supports demeans Frasier on air, he decides to publicly support the man's opponent, but he re-evaluates his decision when the latter confides a secret that causes Frasier to question his competency to run for public office.
32 8 "Adventures in Paradise (Part 1)" James Burrows Ken Levine & David Isaacs November 15, 1994 (1994-11-15)
After Frasier admires a woman featured in a magazine article on eligible singles in Seattle, Roz brings them together; a promising romance begins, but it results in a major shock for Frasier.
33 9 "Adventures in Paradise (Part 2)" James Burrows Ken Levine & David Isaacs November 22, 1994 (1994-11-22)
The surprise encounter from the end of the preceding episode leads to significant complications on Frasier's romantic getaway.
34 10 "Burying a Grudge" Andy Ackerman David Lloyd November 29, 1994 (1994-11-29)
When Maris is admitted to the hospital for a facelift, Niles and Frasier discover that Martin's former partner, from whom he is estranged, is also hospitalized, and they try to mend the rift.
35 11 "Seat of Power" James Burrows Steven Levitan December 13, 1994 (1994-12-13)
After Martin bemoans his sons' rarefied tastes and avoidance of all that is ordinary, they try to prove him wrong by fixing the toilet; they make the problem worse, call in a plumber, and find that they've hired Danny Kriezel, a bully who tormented Niles long ago.
36 12 "Roz In the Doghouse" James Burrows Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano January 3, 1995 (1995-01-03)
After Roz sustains an injury, Frasier makes an offensive remark that prompts her accept Bulldog's offer to be his producer. The partnership begins swimmingly (Roz even manages to get Wayne Gretzky on Bulldog's show) and Frasier suffers, but then Bulldog reveals his hidden agenda.
37 13 "Retirement Is Murder" Alan Myserson Elias Davis & David Pollock January 10, 1995 (1995-01-10)
With the help of Niles and Daphne, Frasier uses his psychiatric expertise to help Martin solve a cold case that has puzzled him for years. Martin takes his findings to the police, gets kudos for solving the case, and at a small celebration gives Frasier credit — but Frasier's explanation of how he arrived at his conclusion raises more than a few eyebrows.
38 14 "Fool Me Once, Shame On You..." Philip Charles MacKenzie Christopher Lloyd February 7, 1995 (1995-02-07)
Frasier's briefcase is stolen and, because it contains his personal effects, so are his dry cleaning and his car. Shortly thereafter, a woman calls KACL, claiming to have spent the previous night with Frasier and canceling their second date. Frasier decides to confront the miscreant.
39 15 "You Scratch My Book..." Andy Ackerman Joe Keenan February 14, 1995 (1995-02-14)
Frasier pretends to be a fan of several insubstantial self-help books in order to pursue a romance with the author (Shannon Tweed). Meanwhile, Niles attempts to cover up the losses when he helps Daphne invest some money.
40 16 "The Show Where Sam Shows Up" James Burrows Ken Levine & David Isaacs February 21, 1995 (1995-02-21)
Sam Malone, Frasier's longtime friend from Cheers, visits Seattle to seek relationship advice from him. A seemingly straightforward counsel turns into an ethical dilemma when Frasier realizes that he has had an intimate encounter with Sam's fiancée (Téa Leoni).
41 17 "Daphne's Room" David Lee Linda Morris & Vic Rauseo February 28, 1995 (1995-02-28)
Frasier retrieves a book from Daphne's room while she's out, and she's displeased when she finds out. Although he agrees to respect her privacy, he finds himself there again, under more complicated circumstances.
42 18 "The Club" David Lee Elias Davis & David Pollock March 21, 1995 (1995-03-21)
When Niles hears about openings at an exclusive club that has long fascinated the brothers, Frasier decides he'd like to try for membership, too.
43 19 "Someone to Watch Over Me" James Burrows Don Seigel March 28, 1995 (1995-03-28)
Frasier's show is nominated for a radio award, but his concerns about Kari (Renée Lippin), an over-enthusiastic admirer whose attentions verge on stalking, make it a less-than-pleasant evening.
44 20 "Breaking the Ice" Philip Charles MacKenzie Steven Levitan April 18, 1995 (1995-04-18)
After Roz and Frasier talk about emotional connection, Frasier decides to accompany his father and Niles on an ice-fishing weekend in an effort to deepen their relationship.
45 21 "An Affair to Forget" Philip Charles MacKenzie Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano May 2, 1995 (1995-05-02)
Frasier receives a call on air from a woman whose husband he suspects to be having an affair with Maris, leading to a confrontation with unexpected consequences.
46 22 "Agents in America, Part III" David Lee Joe Keenan May 9, 1995 (1995-05-09)
When the station plays hardball instead of giving in to Frasier's demand for a raise, Frasier begins to worry — but his agent, the notorious Bebe Glazer, has a few tricks up her sleeve.
47 23 "The Innkeepers" James Burrows David Lloyd May 16, 1995 (1995-05-16)
After the brothers hear that Seattle's oldest restaurant is closing its doors, they decide to buy it and become restaurateurs; opening night is a real blast.
48 24 "Dark Victory" James Burrows Christopher Lloyd and Linda Morris & Vic Rauseo May 23, 1995 (1995-05-23)
Frasier tries to cheer up Roz — unhappy because she's missing a family reunion — by inviting her to the birthday party he's throwing for Martin.

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