Frasier: Excuse me. Excuse me. You see that woman over by the coat-check?
Frasier: She's my dinner companion for the evening and things have taken a turn towards the romantic. I want to make her feel as special as possible. (He gives the violinist some cash)
Violinist: Then you should have offered to check her coat.
Frasier: Yes, thank you very much! All right, just play something romantic when she gets back.
(Cassandra comes back to the table, meeting Mario, the Maitre d', on
Mario: Miss Cassandra, so nice to see you again.
Cassandra: You too, Mario. And how's the sexiest Maitre d' in Seattle?
(She leans in and kisses him just like she did Frasier. Mario seats
her and Frasier sits as well)
Cassandra: Sorry again for keeping you waiting. I got sucked in at this cocktail party.
Frasier: Oh, you were at a cocktail party.
Cassandra: Some benefit thing. It was very fancy. Obviously, why else would I show up wearing this?
Frasier: Why else indeed.
(He waves away the violinist who is approaching)
Cassandra: Oh, they have the best wine list here. Do you feel like sharing a bottle?
Frasier: If you like.
Cassandra: Good thing I took a cab here, I'm a real lightweight. Then again, I'm sure a gentleman like you wouldn't mind escorting me back to my room after dinner, will you?
Frasier: Oh, I think that can be arranged.
(He waves the violinist back over)
Cassandra: I love the food here.
Frasier: What do you recommend?
Cassandra: I'll start with the anchovies and red peppers, and then the garlic chicken with scallions.
(Frasier waves the violinist away again)
Cassandra: Are you in the mood for oysters?
Frasier: Actually, I'm not sure.