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Episode where Daphne dates Niles's "twin" Rodney

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    PikeBishop

    [1]Jun 3, 2006
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    This is driving me nuts. What episode is it?  I can't find it!
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    Diogo22

    [2]Jun 4, 2006
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    season 4, mixed doubles
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    PikeBishop

    [3]Jun 5, 2006
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    Thank you.  For some reason I thought it was season 5 or 6.  That was driving me nuts. Thanks
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    BlondeAtHeart

    [4]Jun 6, 2006
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    That episode is one of my favorites ever! It is so funny!
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    PikeBishop

    [5]Jun 9, 2006
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    One of my favorite quotes "Maybe we should tie a string around the real Niles so we can tell them apart!"

    Also the scene where Roz spins Nile around on his stool to face the lovely Adelle, and then Niles's "hanging on every word she says" response to Adelle saying how her name is spelled, "Really!!!!!!!!"

    Superb episode!

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    supermarlene

    [6]Jun 9, 2006
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    I love that episode, specially when in the end Daphne is talking with Niles and started to say the things that she didn't liked about "the twin" and Niles asked her to stop because he didn't liked where it was headed.

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    birkoff1

    [7]Jun 17, 2006
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    it was a little red mark
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    birkoff1

    [8]Jun 17, 2006
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    I must say this is perhaps one of the best episodes in the first third of the series. It was both incredibly sweet and incredibly funny, and had the sincerity I found lacking in season 3's "Moon Dance".
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    Diogo22

    [9]Jun 18, 2006
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    I too loved this one, and I don't understand the people that say this is in any way not as funny as cheers. its true they are very different, and basically they used the name of frasier to help sell the show to an audience, as KG admitted the original concept was nothing like what it became, and the character changed very much from one show to the other. the thing is.. the humor of frasier is way more subtle, and doesn't rely on things like "a machine that spits out fortune cards that come true" or hunting imaginary animals in the jungle. this is bigger and better, it's the comedy of larger situations, and pretentious posh people, with some farse and some very endeering characters. although I love the humor of cheers and it's characters, this show makes you really watch it for the subtler details (like the amount of foam on a capucinno, or niles wiping his chair in the coffee house, or Roz's reaction through the glass at the radio station. this hardly neeeds any dialogue, and yet it produces great humor or sweetness (the dance sequence in moon dance) each final scene of a show is silent, and relies on the quality of the performers to make it funny. and also the first act of 3 valentines. on cheers they relied solely on the written word, and this show showed there's great comedy in what's not said.
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    no1bean

    [10]Jun 27, 2006
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    i haven't actually seen this episode but after what you say about it i will try to catch it if possible. i think it will be funny
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