• Episode 1 - Slow Tango in South Seattle

      Frasier fumes after Thomas J Fallow, a Boston bar buddy he once helped overcome writer's block, turns a confidential story into a bestseller

    • Episode 2 - The Unkindest Cut of All

      Frasier tries to take drastic action after becoming a reluctant foster father to a litter of puppies sired by Eddie

    • Episode 3 - The Matchmaker

      Frasier invites the new station manager home for dinner in an attempt to fix him up with Daphne

    • Episode 4 - Flour Child

      After helping their pregnant taxi-driver give birth, Niles shows signs of becoming broody...

    • Episode 5 - Duke's We Hardly Knew Ye

      Martin asks his sons Frasier and Niles to accompany him to the closing of his favourite bar

    • Episode 6 - The Botched Language of Cranes

      After publicly denouncing Seattle as a 'soggy' city, Frasier must deal with the angry words and 'gifts' of die-hard Seattleites

    • Episode 7 - The Candidate

      There's father-son rivalry when Martin favours right-wing political candidate Holden Thorpe, while Frasier and Niles support the left-wing option

    • Episode 8 - Adventures in Paradise (Part 1)

      Frasier thinks Madeline is the woman he wants to marry - so they run away together to a cottage on remote Bora Bora

    • Episode 9 - Adventures in Paradise (Part 2)

      Frasier is driven into a jealous rage by Lilith and her new boyfriend, but thinks he has the perfect opportunity for revenge

    • Episode 10 - Burying a Grudge

      Martin discovers that Artie, a former cop and friend-turned-foe, lies suffering in a hospital bed - and thinks it might be time for a reconciliation...

    • Episode 11 - Seat of Power

      When Frasier and Niles call in the plumbers, they realise the men who turn up to repair the toilet were the boys who bullied them when they were kids

    • Episode 12 - Roz in the Doghouse

      Bulldog offers Roz a job as his producer. Though fearful of his sexual advances, she accepts after a falling out with Frasier.

    • Episode 13 - Retirement Is Murder

      When Martin continues with his 20-year obsession with solving a murder, Frasier decides to step in with his own solution

    • Episode 14 - Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice

      Frasier attempts to psychoanalyse a self-confessed 'lazy' criminal who has stolen his car and briefcase

    • Episode 15 - You Scratch My Book

      In spite of his resistance, stunning pop psychologist Honey Snow (Shannon Tweed) makes quite an impact on Frasier...

    • Episode 16 - The Show Where Sam Shows Up

      Sam breezes into town and updates Frasier with the latest news on the Cheers gang. But it's soon apparent that he's on the run - from a nymphomaniac.

    • Episode 17 - Room With a View

      When Frasier searches for a missing book in Daphne's room, he inadvertently digs himself into a big financial hole

    • Episode 18 - The Club

      Sibling rivalry is rampant in the Crane household as Frasier and Niles compete for election into a prestigious gentleman's club

    • Episode 19 - Someone to Watch Over Me

      Frasier is nominated for a broadcasting award but has to call in a bodyguard when he is pestered by an unlikely stalker

    • Episode 20 - Breaking the Ice

      An insecure Frasier decides to gatecrash Martly and Niles' fishing trip for a spot of father-and-son bonding

    • Episode 21 - An Affair to Forget

      Frasier receives a call from a distraught wife who believes her husband, a fencing instructor, is having an affair. Strange that Maris's new passion is for fencing...

    • Episode 22 - Agents in America

      Frasier learns new lessons and tactics in the fine art of contract negotiations from his agent, Bebe

    • Episode 23 - The Innkeepers

      Frasier learns one of Seattle's most famous restaurants is about to close - and in a moment of madness offers to buy it

    • Episode 24 - Dark Victory

      After counselling his family and friends when all he wants is a little peace, Frasier comes to realise that sometimes you have to put others first