When Frasier and Niles open their own restaurant, "Les Frères Heureux" (or "The Happy Brothers"), everything that can go wrong does.
Frasier agrees to write an introduction to a new book by a pop psychologist. After reading the book, Frasier realizes he can't endorse it, but he's so attracted to Dr. Honey Snow that he can't find a way to turn her down.
Niles and Frasier can't bring themselves to tell Martin that they're investors in the group tearing down his favorite bar.
With Niles unsure he's ready for the responsibilities of fatherhood, he takes to carrying a ten-pound sack of flour around Seattle to simulate a child.