In the scene on the Caspian Queen, when Frasier hands Peter's business card to the Russians the dialogue between the two is best translated as:
"He's had some business cards made."
"What an idiot, eh!"
Later when Frasier stipulates how much caviar he wants:
"Get me another can."
Altough the French shopkeeper, Robert is the same as in Season 5's "The Perfect Guy", the layout of the store itself is completely different.
Niles: It's like being kissed by a lusty mermaid.
Frasier: What was the name of the ship...?
Niles: HMS Bounty?
Frasier: This isn't Trivial Pursuit, Niles!
For this episode, and for 'Fraternal Schwinns', David Hyde Pierce (Niles) was nominated for the 2003 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series".
Originally scheduled to air March 11, 2003.
Title Card: They Call Him Vlad The Importer
This is a comic allusion to Vlad The Impaler, or Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia (1431-1476). He was also called Vlad Dracula or simply Dracula, and well known for the exceedingly cruel punishments he imposed during his reign. In the English-speaking world, Vlad III is perhaps most commonly known for inspiring the name of the vampire in Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula.
Title: Roe to Perdition
The title is a take-off from the 2002 gangster movie "Road to Perdition", about a hit man who is on the run with his son from dangerous people out to get them.
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