Frasier

Season 7 Episode 15

Out With Dad

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 10, 2000 on NBC
9.4
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Episode Summary

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An unlikely chain of events forces Martin to pretend to be gay on Valentine's Day.

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  • Funny yet almost a repeat

    8.9
    A good episode falling short of greatness only because they already did almost this exact episode in The Matchmaker and that was executed better than this one, as it was funnier with more realistic characters. It was very unrealistic how Emily suddenly interjected that Martin was gay The episode managed to be very funny whilst highlighting the unrealistic nature of Frasier in its farcical elements. However, I suppose this is something which you really have to not think about to enjoy the sitcom. Frasier is the only programme which makes me laugh and like it so much while also aggravating me.moreless

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Daphne: And you'd think that being engaged, I'd have a guaranteed date. But no! Donny had to go to Florida, his grandmother. She'd do anything to come between us.
      Martin: Oh, what did she do this time?
      Daphne: She died.

    • (On Edward.)
      Frasier: He didn't seem gay to you?
      Martin: He's English. They all seem gay!

    • Niles: Every restaurant in town's been booked for weeks. I ran into Archie Wilfong today. He told me he had to settle for two seats at the counter at 'The Salad Experience!' What would you suggest I do?
      Frasier: (Angry) Bring your own wine and order the Spicy Caesar!
      Niles: (Stalks to the door) May your opera box be full of cellophane crinklers and the stage swarming with standbys!

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    • Frasier: "I have laughed with her during Figaro and I've cried with her during Tosca. I even had a dream about her during Einstein on the Beach."
      The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Mozart is one of the world's most famous comic operas. Likewise, Giacomo Puccini's Tosca is one of the best-known tragic operas. Einstein on the Beach is a 1976 opera by composer Philip Glass. Its five-hour running time (performed without intermission!) combined with Glass' minimalist, repetitive style has put a few other patrons to sleep besides Frasier.

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