Frasier

A comedy TV show that aired on NBC starring Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce

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Who does Kelsey grammar play on the simpsons?

Robert Underdunk Terwilliger AKA Sideshow Bob.

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What Frasier episode has the first ten minutes with Niles trying to iron his pants and fainting?

That's 'Three Valentines', season 6, episode 14, orig. aired Feb. 1999

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What was Frasier's brother's name?

From the TV show Frasier? His brother is Niles Crane.

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Which TV show ran longer FRIENDS or Frasier?

Frasier ran for 11 series, FRIENDS for 10

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Is john mahoney from Frasier alive?

Yes.

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What breed of dog is Eddie on the TV sitcom 'Frasier'?

Eddie (Moose/Enzo) is a large Jack Russell Terrier. During the run of the Frasier series, Moose was cast to play Eddie and then was replaced by Enzo (Moose's son). Because Moose was up in his years, Enzo was initially to be Moose's stunt double, but was later cast as Eddie toward the last two seasons of Fraiser. In June 2006, Moose, the animal Frasier Fans and Jack Russell Terrier lovers had come to adore died at the home of his trainer. We will always relive the happy times through aired syndication of Frasier or DVD (video tapes for those who use them).

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Who plays Niles Cranes' wife on the sitcom Frasier?

Marris was an off screne character the role was never cast.

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Why are there celebrity photos in Frasier closing credits?

Those photos represented the celebrities who called in to Frasier's radio program over a period of time.

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History of the United States
American Revolution
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Who was Col John Crane?

I am a 9th generation decendant directly from Col. John Crane, and have complied an extensive history on my grandfather(x9). Some of it is here for your education, knowledge, and enjoyment. Share it with your family. scrane212@msn.com. ************ For the following sketch I am indebted to the Hon. William Eustis, a highly respectable surgeon in the hospital department during the revolutionary war: COLONEL JOHN CRANE, AND OTHERS. The mechanics of Boston and its vicinity may take a just pride in having furnished from their ranks some of the bravest and most useful officers of the revolutionary army, and, among them, no one more brave or more useful than John Crane. In adverting to the sources whence they derived their knowledge of discipline and of service, our first object is to show, from facts and experience, the utility and importance of a well-organized militia, and to defend this invaluable institution from the reproaches of the ignorant and assuming, who would sap the foundation of the national defence; and secondly, to inspire the young mechanics with zeal in the military profession, that like their predecessors they may become the able and substantial defenders of their country. Previous to the war of the revolution, there was in Boston a company of artillery, commanded by Captain Adino Paddock, by profession a chaise-maker. It was composed principally, if not altogether, of the mechanics of Boston, and was distinguishing by its superior discipline, by the exactness of its manoeuvres and the accuracy of its firings. Paddock had tory connexions, adhered to the British, went to England, was consulted repeatedly by the British ministry, and was invested with the military command of the island of Guernsey. In this company were raised Colonel John Crane, Colonel (now General) Ebenezer Stevens, with others, all of whose names are not recollected. Crane and Stevens were house-carpenters, Perkins was a shoe-maker, Seward a hatter, Popkins a tailor, Allen a sail-maker, Carnes a rope-maker, Lillie a cooper, Johnson a painter, Treat a cooper, Burbeck a -, Hall a mason, D. Bryant a chair-maker, Cook a butcher, Thomas a cooper, and Allen a sail-maker. The greater part of these with others formed a regiment of artillery, not exceeded in discipline, valor, and usefulness by any regiment in service. Crane was made a major in 1776. An uneducated man, he had all the pride and ambition of a soldier. He was constitutionally bold and daring, courting danger wherever it was to be found. In 1775, when Boston was beseiged, his station was in Roxbury. On Boston neck a breastwork was constructed, and so soon as cannon could be procured they were mounted. Crane had the command, spent a great part of his time there, and was never more delighted than when he was permitted to fire on the British intrenchment. Our stock of powder was then small. It was on this theatre that he first displayed an undaunted courage, and a knowledge of the art of gunnery, not often displayed by old artillery officers. He repeatedly dismounted the cannon in the embrasures of the British works, killing and wounding their men. After the evacuation of Boston, he marched to New York. Whenever a British ship-of war appeared in the East or North rivers, or any firing was heard, Crane was on horseback, and galloped to the scene of action. Being reproached on an occasion when he exposed himself alone, riding through Greenwich-street, under the constant broadsides of a passing ship, he replied, "The shot is not cast which is to kill me." Not long after, a frigate run up the East river, and anchored on the Long Island side, near Corlaer's Hook. Four field-pieces were ordered to annoy her. They were only six-pounders. Crane, as usual, was present, and pointed the pieces. His sight was remarkably true - his aim was sure. He had from habit and the acuteness of his vision the faculty of seeing a cannonball on its passage through the air. A falling shot from the ship he kenned in a direction to strike him, as be thought, the lower part of his body. Not having time to change his position in any other way, he whirled himself round on one foot; and the ball struck the other foot while raised it in the air, carrying away the great toe and ball of the foot. Thus ended his usefulness for the campaign. He was afterwards removed to New Jersey, and, surviving the perils of a partial jaw-lock, so far recovered as to go home on furlough. He returned the next spring, and continued in service till the peace. The nature of this work will not allow us to follow him through the remainder of his career; but we cannot refrain from stating a closing anecdote, illustrative of his independent spirit. He had been among the number of those who thought the army had been neglected by the country, and spake as he felt, indignantly, at the treatment they had received. A board of general and field officers, with two hospital surgeons, were appointed to examine the wounded officers and soldiers in camp at the close of the war, and to report the rate of compensation to which they were severally entitled. A friend and brother-officer, who well knew the nature of his wound, waited on Colonel Crane, represented to him that, on his return to private life, his activity of mind and body would lead him to some kind of labor, and that having lost the ball of his foot, the bones would come through the cicatrix (scar tissue), and his wound open again, asking the favor of him to walk over, and suffer his foot to be inspected. Stamping the wounded foot on the floor, he replied, indignantly, "No sir; they never shall say that I eat their bread when I have done serving them." He entered afterwards on active and laborious business, and prospered for a number of years, met with adverse circumstances, his wound broke out again, he could no longer labor. After many years he came to the friend who had admonished him of the consequences of his wound, and said to him, with tears in his eyes, "My friend, I am now a humbled man, you may do with me as you please." He was immediately placed on the pension-list, but did not live a year to enjoy his pension. http://www.americanrevolution.org/t1783.html

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Frasier

What artwork is in Frasier's apartment?

Dale Chihuly, Gustave Klimt, Joan Miro, African artifacts, Coco Chanel couch, native American jar. Art deco pottery

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What was the name of the hotel that is now The Legacy apartment Building at 4520 N Clarendon Ave?

I think it was the Sheldrake Hotel. Don't know if that spelling is correct, but I noticed an address for my great-great Uncle in my Grandmother's address book and it said, Rm 815, Sheldrake Hotel, 4520 N. Clarendon St., Chicago, IL.

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What was the name of Frasier's dad on Frasier?

Martin Crane

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What episode of Frasier does Frasier join the condo committee?

There are two episodes of Frasier where Frasier is involved with the condo committee, however I don't think he ever actually managed to get on the condo committee itself. The first is in Season 4, episode 11: Three Days Of The Condo. In that episode Frasier runs against the president of the condo board after she refuses his request to have an antique door knocker. The other is in Season 10, episode 3: Proxy Prexy. In this episode Frasier gets Martin to run for condo board president but using Frasier's ideas.

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Why was season 11 DVD of Frasier released before season 10?

It is my understanding that the 11th (final) season of Frasier was released on DVD right after it aired on television to capitalize on the series leaving prime time. Since season 9 was just released recently (May/ 2007), there will probably be a decent wait before 10 finally makes it to the shelves.

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Dog Breeds
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Why is your Jack Russell terrier chewing on there foot?

My dog did that too, though he's a Border Collie. I looked it up and some of the article said different things. One said it was because they didn't like there environment, another said it was because of their pawpads, and the last said they like the taste of sweat (they sweat from their paw pads)

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When is season 10 of Frasier coming out?

Apparently, Season 10 is expected to be released sometime in 2007. Now that it's Aug, it'll be in the latter half of the year(!). This isn't certain as Paramount said it would be released in 2006 so don't hold your breath.

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How long did the TV series Frasier run?

This sitcom was first aired on September 16, 1993 and ended on May 13, 2004 (approximately 11 years) had 11 seasons with 263 episodes. This is one of the longest tv series aired on TV. Add to that the fact that Frasier was a "spin off" of Cheers, which also ran for 11 years, you have a total of 22 years of great television from the same writers and producers. Very impressive.

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What is roz bi laban?

Roz bi laban (Rice pudding)

* 1 cup sugar

* 2 ½ cups milk

* ½ cup rice

Dissolve sugar in milk, add rice and cook over a low flame until the rice is tender. This is the basic recipe and it is usually served cold. Stir raisins into the pudding and sprinkle some powdered cinnamon on top before serving.

hey ftaylor ,, i answered it properly :p

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When did Frasier and Niles visit Martin at his apartment?

Season 3, episode 24: You Can Go Home Again.

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What is the name of frasier crane's radio show?

It doesn't have a name as far as I know, although I could be wrong.

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Name of martin cranes dog?

Eddie.

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When Will Frasier Episode 8 9 10 and11 be distrubuted to Australia?

Episode 8 will be released on Feb 14 2008

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What is the name of the painting by Otterson in 'Frasier' and what is the artists Christian name?

I don't know the name of the work but I believe the artist was Joel Otterson, it was painted in 1939 and as far as I'm aware the original is owned by 'Art & Artifacts' in los Angeles.

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What Frasier episode was called the funniest seven minutes you'll see on tv?

I think the Frasier episode "Three Valentines" was promoted by NBC with the slogan "the funniest seven minutes you'll see on TV".

The slogan refers to the first scene, which is a mime act performed by Niles Crane (David Hyde Pierce).

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Jack Russell Terriers

On the TV sitcom Frasier what type of terrier is Eddie?

Jack Russell

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