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I think it'd be great to have a spinoff just continuing in Seattle from after Frasier left. Perhaps Ronee and Martin could live in Frasier's old apartment (but maybe decorate it differently) and Niles and Daphne in theirs with their child.
Roz being the new station manager would keep up the involvement of KACL, so you could still have the fun characters in there such as Gil Chesterton, and we could even meet Frasier's replacement at the station (who could be Niles with his own new producer? Or perhaps not)
This way there is a humongus dose of familiar with the remaining 4 characters from Frasier, plus some new and exciting storylines from new characters such as Ronee and Frasier's replacements.
|Wow at some of these responses. A spin-off would be terrible. They've already exhausted most of the characters. Note they also changed the Frasier character a bit from the Cheers version. He went from being a beer drinking, cigarette smoking commonfolk wannabe over-intellectual average household citizen to an isolationist sherry-swilling anti-smoking pretentious anti-beer snob & antique art collector who became exceedingly critical and detail obsessed who became a radio psychiatrist which the show played heavily off of. The seeds were planted of Frasier Crane in Cheers, but they didn't fruitage until "Frasier". And any spin-off, they'd have to do that with the characters as well. Even Hester Crane went from being a knife-stabbing crazy lunatic to a deceased beloved mother. And for the other options like Lilith, Kenny, Roz and Niles & Daphne, I've already had a lifetime's worth of them, especially the latter. There was already signs of Daphne being overbearing and annoying as a wife.|
Wow. Not much of a fan eh?
Why did you bother even posting here?
Did you watch "Frasier" to punish yourself?
|If they did another spin off it should be about Lilith. She deserved her own show. |
Once again, another one of you posters lacks perspective. I've been watching Frasier since Day 1, and I watched Cheers since Day 1, and if that doesn't make sense, it means the day the shows premiered on NBC. And if you checked my show ratings, you'll see I gave both shows a 10. And if you still need it spelled out, I'm a huge fan of both shows and I still watch both shows in reruns. That said, a spin-off would be a horrible idea, and no plot with the remaining characters would be good at all. We've already seen the Niles / Daphne plots, and they weren't that enjoyable, let alone a series wouldn't be any better.
So why don't you let people who support the idea of a third spinoff talk about it in peace, without you chiming in with post after post tearing apart the idea? You've made your point -- now be done with it and leave the thread to people who like the idea.
Not really. The Lilith character wasn't that developed or was that interesting, and who would be a fan of it? - the lousy woman already cheated on Frasier. She has a sterile personality, has no friends and at this point, Freddy would be off to college leaving a crusty bitter monotoned woman all by herself.