Frasier

Season 7 Episode 5

The Dog That Rocks the Cradle

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 21, 1999 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • Roz: Tell me something. Do I have the word "loser" tattooed across my forehead?
      Frasier: No Roz. But there is a rumor about a Tweety Bird on your upper thigh.

      This is nice continuity from the season 2 episode Dark Victory where Roz mentions she has a tattoo
      Roz: Well... every year I go to my reunion. My relatives crowd around me and
      I answer the same questions. No, I'm not married. No, I don't have any kids.
      Yes, I still have that tattoo. No, you can't see it. It would just be so nice if I could
      at least say I have a great career.

       

  • Quotes

    • Roz: (to Frasier) Between spending my days with you and my nights with [the baby] I'm dying for some real conversation.

    • Roz: Peas? How'd you get [Alice] to eat that?
      Bulldog: It's easy. You gotta pretend to sneeze them out your nose.

    • Daphne: upset that Martin's funeral arrangements mirror her wedding plans so closely If you kick off before I get married, you'll ruin everything!

    • Frasier: You're out of Verdant Hills? Oh, I am sorry. I know how much you were looking forward to being dead there.

    • Daphne: My uncle's a mortician. Lovely man. He's offered to do my make-up for the wedding.
      Frasier: I can just hear the whispers now. "Did you see the bride?Very life-like."

    • Roz: Tell me something. Do I have the word "loser" tattooed across my forehead?
      Frasier: No Roz. But there is a rumor about a Tweety Bird on your upper thigh.

    • (Niles just received his cemetary plot.)
      Niles: McGurk got me a shady spot on the high hill.
      Frasier: You mean..?
      Niles: Yes, I'll spend eternity looking down on Maris.
      Frasier: Oh, Niles.
      Niles: (gleefully) Checkmate!

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Title: The Dog That Rocks the Cradle
      The episode title is a reference to the 1992 Thriller "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle", which in turn took its title from the poem "The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Is The Hand That Rules The World" by William Ross Wallace, first published in 1865.

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