Lilith: Thank you. I am very proud to participate in the coming-of-age ritual of my son, Frederick Gaylord Crane.
(A boy laughs at this, interrupting)
Jeremy: (catching himself) Oh.
Lilith: Frederick, on this momentous occasion, I can only look at you and see that innocent, chubby-legged toddler who once danced naked at the Boston Pops... the little boy whose favorite dish was "buh-sghetti."
(Freddie covers his face in embarrassment)
Lilith: I can't count the number of bedtimes we spent cuddled together reading The Cat in the Hat.
(Freddie looks up at her in disbelief)
Lilith: "The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play, so we sat in the house on that cold, cold wet day."
(Frasier is also bemused by Lilith's antics. Lilith breaks into tears. The Rabbi tries to console them)
Lilith: Don't grow up! Not yet!
(She emotionally hugs Freddie)
Daphne: (to Niles) Nice girlfriend you've got there.
Niles: If you're trying to embarrass me, it's not going to work.
(However, that ship sails when a very emotional Martin leans across and
Martin: Come here, Daddy's little peanut man.
Frasier: (leading Lilith back to her seat) It'll be all right.