Frasier's owning a dog and his obvious affection for the animal seems odd in light of his antipathy and downright hostility towards Eddie, later in Frasier.
Frasier: I suddenly realized the only thing that spoiled an evening with Diane was having to say good night to her.
Sam: Really? That was one of my highlights.
Sam: I just wonder if this whole so-called allergy thing might not be psychosomatic.
Diane: Sam, I'm very impressed. That's a complex psychological concept coming from a man who who has to write "L" and "R" on the bottom of his shoes.
Sam: Isn't it interesting that I automatically spring to mind?
Diane: No. You automatically spring to mind whenever I hear something stupid.
Frasier: Changing the dog's name hurts me a little. Don't you think two Diane's will be a little confusing.
Sam: Maybe you're right, haven't thought of that. Well, we'll just have to call your girlfriend Pavlov. By the way, how are Pavlov's allergies now that I got Diane.
Diane: Aren't you going to say gesundheit?
Frasier: Diane, I'm afraid we've moved past "gesundheit". We're now on our way to "stuff a sock in it."
Norm: Frasier walks out of here with Diane and you get to go home with a dog.
Sam: Yeah, somebody up there likes me.
[Diane's allergy causes her to speak in a high-pitched Munchkin-like voice.]
Diane: [squeaky] Well? Aren't you going to gloat?
Sam: [mock squeaky] I'd like to think I'm above that, Diane.
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