When Roz, in an attempt to soothe Frasier's ego, fills out a service evaluation card to assess his lovemaking, he cautions her to remember that it was late at night "and I'm really more of a morning person." But back in the second episode of the series, Frasier delivers a speech to his father and Daphne, informing them that he is not a morning person. "I have to ease into my day slowly," he says.
At Chez Henri, Harry tells Niles that he met Gertrude at a soccer riot.
In reality, Brits rarely use the term soccer - it is nearly always referred to as football.
There is a chance that Harry Moon used the American term out of politeness to Niles, but that would seem completely out of character!
When Niles visits Harry in his bar in Manchester, you can see waitresses in the background taking drinks to tables. In British pubs you have to go to the bar to buy your drinks - you will only find waitresses in restaurants.
At Chez Henri, Niles points out how romantic it is with the candlelight and the romantic music. However, although there is a candle on the table, the lights are on full brightness, and there is no music playing.
It's a bit odd that Harry and Martin have to meet for the first time here; surely they would have met each other at Daphne's almost wedding? Then again, maybe Harry was drunk...
Daphne: I want to marry you.
Niles: I want to marry you!.
Daphne: No, I want to marry you now.
Niles: As in…now?!.
Daphne: Why? Because…you'd do anything, even put up with my insane family to make me happy. Because you'd travel halfway around the world to make my dreams come true, even the impossible ones. And because I can't stand one more second without being your wife, Niles Crane. Because I adore you.
Niles: But I always thought you wanted a big wedding.
Daphne: You want to make my dreams come true? This is my dream.
Frasier: Harry, let me get you a beer.
Harry: (following him to the kitchen) Give a man a beer, he drinks for five minutes. Teach him where they are, he drinks all day.
At the 2002 Emmy Awards, Kelsey Grammer was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance in the episode "The Love You Fake". In addition David Hyde Pierce was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his performances in the episodes "Room Full of Heroes" and "Deathtrap". The show was also nominated for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series.
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