Season 6 Episode 9

Roz, a Loan

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Dec 10, 1998 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Has there ever been a radio station that dumps their format and on-air talent, then rehires virtually everybody that was sacked a few months later? It doesn't sound right.

  • Quotes

    • Roz: I'm not sure I feel comfortable taking money from you.
      Frasier: Try putting your hair in a bun. That used to help Lilith.

    • Bulldog: This stinks! This is total BS!
      Frasier: Oh, what are you upset about, Bulldog? You've got a job.
      Bulldog: Not anymore. I got canned last Friday for somethin' I said on the air. I was talking to this golfer chick who said she wanted to enter the Women's Open. Like I'm supposed to leave that alone.
      (He grabs the magazine and stomps out)

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • The title for the third scene of this episode is "A Moveable Face", an allusion to the Hemingway book, "A Moveable Feast": memoirs of his early days in Paris, published posthumously.

    • When the gang returns to KACL, Bulldog says, "It's like we're soldiers coming back from the war" and promptly grabs a passing blonde woman, bends her over backwards and kisses her. This is clearly an allusion to the famous 1945 Life magazine photograph of a returning sailor kissing his fiancé in Times Square.

    • The second scene of this episode is titled "SPA VS. SPA", an allusion to Mad Magazine's "Spy vs. Spy".