Legal Tender Love and Care

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Quotes (10)

  • Martin: How many lawyers does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Abby: I don't know. Depends on how many cops planted it there?

  • Frasier: No, no! Actually, I just forwarded you an ad for reduced mortgage rates. Abby: Why are you blushing, Frasier? Frasier: Because they're embarrassingly low.

  • Niles: Can you imagine anything more embarrassing than seeing us here tonight? Abby: Your menu's on fire. Niles: Well, yes, that would be embarrassing... OH! (They all try to put it out)

  • Niles: This restaurant has a wonderful Roquefort ravioli. Daphne: I kind of had my heart set on lobster. Come and help me pick one out. Niles: I was just getting up to do that! Daphne: No you weren't. Niles: I was too. Both: Spooky!

  • Frasier: I admit four thousand dollars does seem rather high for phone consultations. Who the hell's she talking to? Martin: All her friends, braggin' about the new sucker she's got on the line.

  • Niles: Frasier, these are for you. Your doorman gave them to me. Apparently some of your mail went to the wrong box. And these are for you, my love. (He hands the flower box to Daphne) Daphne: Oh, Niles, you spoil me. Niles: I picked them myself. (She opens the box and pulls out large cookies on flower stems) Daphne: Ooh, Niles, cookies. Niles: Sweets for my sweet. Daphne: Let's go put these in some milk. (They head for the kitchen) Niles: Hey, I was just going to say that! Daphne: No you weren't. Niles: I was, I swear. Daphne: Okay, this is gettin' spooky.

  • Abby: The pleasure's been all mine. Frasier: Oh, you know, I'd hate to see my relationship with you end, uh, right now. I just... (The doors start to close) Abby: Frasier, if you're going to ask me out, you better hurry. Frasier: Will you go out with me? Abby: Yes!

  • Frasier: Oh, my. That suit is very becoming on you. Is it new? Abby: Yes it is. And thank you for noticing, Frasier. Frasier: No, thank you for being so, ah... noticeable.

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Trivia (1)

  • The first classical selection that Frasier plays for Roz he introduces as "Beethoven's Sonata in C Sharp Minor". This piece is better known to the rest of us as "The Moonlight Sonata".