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Mrs. Moon thinks Daphne is a virgin. How come then she quite happily thought Daphne was pregnant in "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (2)"?
Robert Picardo (Charlie Koechner) is likely best known to TV audiences as "The Doctor" on Star Trek: Voyager.
When Martin has to keep his calm due to his blood pressure, Daphne forces him to watch romantic movies instead of sports. The movies are Message in a Bottle (1999) starring Robin Wright Penn and Kevin Costner and Ghost (1990) starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze.
Noel Shempsky does not actually say anything, he just waves to Bill Gates. Apparently they are "old friends."
There actually aren't anywhere close to 2000 tapes in Frasier's cabinet. Each small section contains 12 tapes. There are 6 sections in each columns and 11 columns are completely full. The 12th column contains 4 sections and Frasier puts the "2000th" tape in the first slot in the 5th section. This means that in total, there are only 841 tapes in the cabinet.
After Niles takes a picture of Tom and Frasier, Tom looks at the Polaroid and says that Niles' thumb was in front of the lens and insists he take the picture again. But as he hands the picture to Niles, you can clearly see it's still grey, having not fully developed yet.
After Martin squirts the grease on the floor, Frasier walks in. The camera then turns back and the spill is much bigger, with footprints in it that could not have been made in the time we were looking at Frasier.
Editing goof near the end of this episode. Throughout the scene where Martin brings out the new chair, and then Frasier brings out Martin's old chair, Daphne's legs keeps changing positions between shots. In some shots her legs are crossed, and in others, they are uncrossed. There also is a similar editing goof involving Daphne's legs in "Dark Victory".
This episode is the 8th anniversary of Martin moving in with Frasier, and takes place after Halloween. The pilot episode was set in September (i.e. Martin moved in in September 1993, not November)!
One of the trick-or-treaters in Frasier's building appears in a season 10 episode, 'Tales from the Crypt', as a boy in Niles' building who is feuding with Daphne's mother, Gertrude Moon.
As Joe Dimaggio, Martin is not sure if he was married to anyone before Marilyn Monroe. He was. In 1939 he married an actress named Dorothy Arnold. Although they had a son together, Joe Dimaggio Jr., the marriage never really took and they divorced several years later.
Roz may actually be Wonder Woman. She carried Alice to Frasier's room, put her down, changed into her costume and returned to the living room in only 30 seconds.
Martin is carrying several ties and asks for help picking out a Navy blue one to wear with his uniform. Niles says he'll help and takes the ties from him. Although the ties are never again dealt with, Martin suddenly has a Navy blue clip-on in his hand.
About 14 minutes into the episode, Martin is putting the final touches on his uniform in the mirror. The scene apparently required John Mahoney to finish up and then think back to the day he was shot. Clearly, however, he can't get the name tag attached to his pocket in time, so just holds it on with his finger as the scene dissolves to the flashback.
Frasier claims to have had - in his days of private practice - a great deal of female adulation, but Niles could have called him on it. In Season Five's "The Maris Councillor", Frasier complains that no patients have ever fallen in love with him, "...not even that fat lady who brought me fudge".
Goof: As Kirby is showing Roz his prom pictures, Roz's hair keeps changing positions, from on her chest, to slightly behind her shoulder, to completely behind her shoulder, without her moving it.
In the restaurant Frasier says "There's an ocean of fresh fish not 15 feet away," and you can even see the blue reflection of the water and it's movement as it laps against the shore. Why then, can't you hear waves crashing at all? This is especially strange as in every other scene in this restaurant you can hear it, but not in this particular one.
In the previous episode, Roz said she wanted "Friday the 15th" off. The only Friday the 15th in 2001 was in June, so presumably, this episode, set in May, takes place before the end scene of the previous episode, which takes place a few days before June 15th!
When Frasier is talking with Claire in the electronics store amidst the DVD organizers, a wedding band on his left hand disappears and reappears several times in between shots.
Daphne refers to "a youthful indiscretion" wherein she stole a teddy bear from the shops. By the time her story is done, she comes off sounding more like a saint than a sinner. In Season Eleven's "High Holidays", however, we get an entirely different picture. She says that as a teenager she was into (among other things) shoplifting - to the extent that she can carry a frozen turkey between her knees.
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