Most radio talk shows use a five or eight second delay in their shows, however Frasier's conversation with Stephen, who hears voices in his radio, takes place in real time.
If anyone doubts that Frasier was filmed in front of a live audience, check the VU meters on Roz's console while she is flossing her teeth. Frasier's voice causes the meters to jump to about two-thirds maximum when he says the line "Don't bother, Roz, I'll get it," and then the audience laughter which follows registers at about one-third.
Frederick turns 11 in this episode, set in January 1999. But on "Cheers" he was born in November 1989, so he should only be 9 years and a few months old!
Niles: These balloons come in an unsealed package, covered in some mysterious dust, straight from some southeast Asian sweatshop. Doesn't that worry you?
Martin: Oh, you bet it does. I remember back in Korea, we'd crouch in our foxholes, scared to death those bastards were gonna drop balloons on us.
(Niles picks up his brother from jail)
Niles: You certainly took your sweet time. I've been waiting here two hours.
Frasier: Well, I'm sorry, Niles. I guess what with the pillow fight in the holding tank and the pre-mug shot makeover, time just got away from me.
Frasier: For the next couple of days, you're going to hear some rather nasty stories and some snide jokes about your old man ...
Freddie: Mom's coming?
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Frasier dělá dobré skutky (Frasier Does Good Deeds)
The title for the fourth scene "Mr Good Deeds Goes to Town" is a pun on Mr Deeds Goes to Town, the 1936 Frank Capra movie.
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