Season 2 Episode 3

The Matchmaker

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 04, 1994 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Frasier: Yes well, I know how bleak these times can be. But believe me, they will come to an end sooner or later. I remember a time back in Boston when I was going through exactly what you're going through now. Just a week later I met a lovely barmaid – sophisticated, if a bit loquacious. We fell madly in love, we got engaged... (realizes) Of course, she left me standing at the altar. But the point is, I didn't give up. I took my poor, battered heart and offered it to Lilith... (thinks, as Daphne lights a cigarette) Who put it in her little Cuisinart and hit the purée button! But, I rebounded! And look how far I've come... I'm divorced, lonely, and living with my father.

    • Frasier: What on earth could have made him think I was interested in him? All I did was ask him if he was attached, and then we talked about the theater and men's fashions. Oh, my God!

    • Daphne: Do you have any idea how uncomfortable a strapless bra is?
      Frasier: Well, actually, thanks to my fraternity days...yes...yes I do.

    • Tom: Does this mean your dad's not gay either?
      Frasier: No, no, Dad's not gay.
      Tom: But Niles...come on!
      Frasier: No, I'm afraid not.
      Tom: Huh. So wait a minute. This Maris guy he kept mentioning is a woman?
      Frasier: Well, the jury's still out on that one.

    • Niles: There's something I have to tell you. Dad wanted to, but I won the coin toss.

    • Roz: Here we go! He's a tennis instructor, and his name is Brick.
      Niles: Dear God, Frasier - Sven, Gunther, Brick? Why not just lather Daphne up with baby oil and hurl her over the wall of a prison yard?
      Roz: Excuse me, but I've dated all these guys.
      Niles: Well, where do you think I came up with the imagery?

    • Roz: Oh, this one's perfect! Gunther Dietrich. He's loads of fun, and he's a runway model.
      Frasier: Ooh, a German narcissist; now there's an appealing combination.

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