Season 6 Episode 17

To All the Girls I've Loved Before

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 11, 1988 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Frasier talks about how he feels he isn't ready for marriage but he was married previously to Nanette Gooseman so wouldn't he be experienced in marriage already?

    • Sam tells Woody about the raucous nature of a city stag party and how they are different to Indiana parties, but Woody was present at Sam's stag night, so he would already know.

  • Quotes

    • Frasier: Oh Lilith, just promise me two things; never leave me for another and don't throw up on me in the cab.

    • Norm: Frasier, just because some guy is stripping around her doesn't mean they're gonna end up in the sack together.
      Frasier: No, you don't know my Lilith. I tell you once the libido's cut loose, there's no tying her down. Unless of course that's what she's into for the evening.

    • Lilith: I have a small favor to ask regarding our impending wedding. since all of my close friends will be out of town and we have had a previous conversation and our eyes have met on a number of occasions I was wondering if you'd consent to be my maid of honor.
      Rebecca: Oh I'm very flattered. I guess so. Sure Lila.
      Lilith: Lilith.
      Rebecca: Right right. I knew that.

    • Frasier: You know it's uncanny my darling but there's not a room you step foot into where you're not the most beautiful woman there.
      Lilith: That's deplorable sentence structure, Frasier. What you mean to say is that I'm the most beautiful woman in any room I enter.
      Frasier: Yes, thank you for correcting me in front of 30 people.

    • Frasier: You know, gentlemen. I can't tell you how touched I am that you all came back for my party...
      Norm: We never left.

    • Fraiser: Well, then lets just see how the night progresses, maybe Lilith Sternin will get her wish after all...Now where's that stripper!

    • Sam: If you had a 200 pound marlin and you're about to haul him on the boat, would you stop and ask him if he wanted to go back in the water.
      Woody: Be careful Dr. Crane, this could be a trick question. I think the laws are different in each state.

    • Norm: That was more exciting than my first time...
      Guy: Wedding night, Norm?
      Norm: Uh, the following week.

    • Sam: The man of the Mr. Frasier Crane and to all the girls we've loved before.
      Cliff: I've loved quite a few, how about a fill up?
      Norm: Cliffy, there's a big difference between loving them and annoying them in the checkout line.

    • Frasier: Gentlemen! I was listening to a rock and roll station on the way over here, to put me in the mood. There was a passage in one of those tribal songs that I feel is the keynote of this evening...Everybody have fun tonight! Everybody Wang Chung tonight!

    • Sam: Around here when guys get together to send another guy off to his doom, things can get a little raunchy.
      Woody: You fellas ever dress up farm animals in woman's clothing?
      Sam: No
      Woody: Then I'm one up on you!

    • Sam: Do I hear the pitter patter of cold feet?
      Frasier: No, no, not at all! As long as I'm in love with this woman and she has my dear old mother tied up in the cellar, I'm gonna go through with it!

    • Lillith: I only wish there was some way I could repay you...
      Rebecca: Don't mention it
      Lillith: If you ever need to admit a family member to a mental institution, i could certainly speed up the paperwork.

    • Rebecca: What kind of shower do you, linen??
      Carla: Look at who she's hitching up with, better make it marital aids.

    • Carla: You know how hard it is to breast feed twins? I haven't had my bra off and on this much since junior high.

    • Norm: I can't stay...I promised Vera that I'd pick up some Chinese food.
      Guy: That's nice of you Norm!
      Norm: I know....I spilled it on the floor this morning.

  • Notes

    • Diane is mentioned by Frasier in this episode. He refers to the events of the season 3 finale, 'rescue me'.

    • One of the barflies comments on how his perfect woman is Kathleen Turner. Ted Danson starred in 'Body heat' with Kathleen Turner.

  • Allusions

    • The episode title is from a song of the same name, recorded as a duet by Willie Nelson and Julio Iglesias. It was a hit in 1984.

    • Frasier quotes lines from Wang Chung's Everybody Have Fun Tonight, which was released in 1986. See the quotes section for more info.