TV-PG | 16 September 1993 (USA)
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  • Reviews

    Simply A Masterpiece

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    Good concept, poorly executed.

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    It's complicated... I really like the directing, acting and writing but, there are issues with the way it's shot that I just can't deny. As much as I love the storytelling and the fantastic performance but, there are also certain scenes that didn't need to exist.

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    This movie feels like it was made purely to piss off people who want good shows

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    I probably watched this show about 3 times times and each time I found something new that I resonate more and more with fraiser. Great show! totally recommend it!

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    I absolutely love this show. The humor is excellent and the acting is amazing.

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    This is, without question, the greatest sitcom there has ever been, and is ever likely to be. Being brought up in London in the 80's, such an accolade would usually be lavished upon Only Fools of Blackadder but Frasier is perfect.Not a big Cheers fan myself it came out of left field. The pompous psyciatrist has a family. Who cares???? Well you should. Every single character is played to perfection, every piece of slapstick sublime and for a nice change not a single episode is dumbed down for the masses. If you get it, brilliant. If you don't, go and watch Benidorm.David Hyde Piers is sensational as Niles (Frasier's brother) and John Mahoney adds much needed grounding to the boys and also heart wrenching sentiment as their father.Please watch this and then re-watch it. It can't get any better than this. Thanks for listening Dr Crane

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    Parker Lewis

    It's hard to write a review spanning all the seasons of Frasier, but I remember Jeff Foxworthy's routine "We don't get the jokes of Frasier" which highlighted the class distinction between the shows that "common folk" watch and the Frasier viewers.I must admit I didn't really like Bob "Bulldog" Briscoe as he came across as way too forceful with no subtlety that's a hallmark of Frasier. I'm pleased his character was phased out half-way through the series, and not a moment too soon. Maybe there was one episode where his racism really caused an uncomfortable moment - where he did a horrible Chinese accent to mock a Chinese restaurant commercial on KACL - all on air! You think about it, the Chinese restaurant has paid big bucks to be advertised on KACL and you'd expect they'd get some dignity out of it. But no, Bulldog does the honors and trashes the restaurant. Okay, I get it, Bulldog was politically incorrect. He attacked political correctness. But the blindspot was that Bulldog never seemed to mock LGBTs. Never. Maybe there's an episode where he did, but if Bulldog is so politically incorrect, why were they off limits? I do wonder about this. Maybe an uncomfortable truth.

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