>Marty is dead
>more black people
Niles died of aids.
He was killed by the urinal cake mafia.
>more black people
The GF nigga is kinda hot, tho.
I just don't see the hook without Niles. The show wasn't called "The Crane Brothers" but it was still built around their dynamic and Marty.
they shouldn't have called it frasier. They should have came up with a new name so it would be the 3rd show to have frasier in it.
Scrambled Eggs All over muh Face
"My Son and his Mystery Meat Girlfriend"
Lilith > Roz > Daphne
Do we know the episode order? I hope it's not 10 like most modern sitcoms.
I don't remember Frasier being a persnickety homosexual. I do find it likely however that his son would be a race traitor dating a "talented tenth" mulatta.
lel, there's an episode where it's revealed both of them have the cultural taste of a homosexual man
that was a lot of episodes
the one where they meet Martin's wife assistant
>I don't remember Frasier being a persnickety homosexual.
This. Frasier was always pinky in the air, but him not letting his son sit on a couch because it has fancy pillows and because his son is wearing jeans is the definition of try hard writing.
The opening of the trailer where he calls wine some elaborate name about grapes is an example of losing the character. He never referred to wine that way but always by name particularly sherry. The number of times they talked about sherry is almost engraved in my memory. They couldn't even get that right and through a thesaurus for roundabout way to say wine at the script.
>why do i prefer beer to wine when I'm in Boston?
Going to be a lot of jokes that are basically that but hidden behind big words from the looks of it.
What phenotype is his son's gf?
>sitting in a coffeehouse like Frasier...but they're drinking beer like CHEERS
>typical "Frasier is now overbearing dad to his son"
>no Niles/Daphne (would have been cool if Frasier had to move in with them)
>more black characters
>an even snootier bong Niles replacement
Instead of making Frasier, they made generic algorithmically generated 202x sitcom + Frasier glued onto it.
Could have been alright if it had the balls to be weird, have Frasier doing some weird side career shit and starting over in some new locale. Make it recapture the feel of 80s / early 90s spinoff sitcoms but do something slightly unique with Frasier's character so there's actual development and anticipation of where it's going to go next. This feels like a Nickelodean show.
Daphne was awful
>Daphne was awful
That's the point. She was great for the show and added lots of chemistry and comedy to it. We could have seen late stage Niles/Daphne as well as seeing how Daphne reacts to Frasier living her place, after she live in Frasiers for so long.
Daphne being awful absolutely wasn't the point. Early seasons she's simply eye candy. Later on they turn her into a cunty average joe foil to Frasiers elitism. Also the actress looks and sounds like a miserable bitch as the years went on. She offered nothing to the show. Niles character takes a massive comedic hit when he marries her too
>Niles character takes a massive comedic hit when he marries her too
This is the only thing I agree with. But Daphne was funny and a great part of the show until she married Niles. The actrress being bitchy? I don't care. And again, I would love to see the Niles/Daphne marriage collapse. It was inevitable.
I like Daphne, but I agree the show was much better when Niles was pining after Daphne.
Here's what Frasier 2023 should have been
>Frasier getting ready to go on a book tour around the country
>Freddy getting into trouble and has a bad relationship with Frasier
>Lilith and Frasier come up with the plan to have Freddy go with Frasier on his book tour
>they travel to together, have some bantz, stay in different hotels and restaurants
>they can go to cities and run into past cast members of Frasier/Cheers
>they can go to Martin's grave
Instead we get this slop
You know. I have the feeling studios wouldn't approve of Grammer's original idea for a sitcom so he decided to use the name Frasier for it. Even then, seeing that the set is probably the same as the iCarly sequel series, they probably gave him a very small budget to work with.
So the show takes place in Boston, but Frasier doesn't go to Cheers anymore? This doesn't make any sense. Unless if Cheers burned down, or if Sam doesn't own it any more.
It's a fag club now
I won't believe it until I see it.
Maybe Sam sold the bar and retired since he's 75
Logical. But I would love to hear confirmation on the show about this. If Sam still owned Cheers (lots of restaurant owners pass it off to their kids and just hang around the place like it's the old days) and Frasier just didn't go there that would break 75 year old Sam's heart.
>Coach would've been 120 years old now
Is Frasier good
Frasier here is written like a hyperbolic parody of the original Frasier. Terrible writing that doesn't understand the character.
He seems exactly the same. Awkward, fumbling, desperate, pretentious.
Seems exactly like something he would do
>Seems exactly like something he would do
He never did you dumb homosexual. He never told people not to sit on a certain piece of furniture because they were wearing jeans (Frasier himself wore jeans a lot). Frasier was a combination of cultured with the blue-collared Cheers infused in to him. Niles was the snooty one.
Some big name who was involved in both Cheers and Frasier said that the key to Frasier was turning him into Sam Malone in Frasier, which was helped by introducing Niles, who is like the uber-Frasier from Cheers.
Ironically, Frasier was less working class like in Frasier than he was in Cheers. What changed was comparing Frasier to working class types in Cheers to high society types in Frasier. Yet Frasier, who enjoyed working man behaviors such as playing baseball for example, somehow becomes extremely athletically stunted in Frasier.
Because of Niles.
What show did you watch? Part of the fun of their characters is that they were very certain of who they were and confident about it. They got a little manic in later seasons though, which I guess could be construed as awkwardness.
Same with Friends, but really that was all 90s sitcoms, somehow the "mild" vibe of the early 90s in which people could just be silent for a moment wore off and everybody had to be screaming and quipping constantly.
Half the jokes in Frasier were him literally frantically physically bumbling around in awkward and ironic situations
His job was literally a charismatic radio celebrity.
>what is a comedy of errors
A man dealing with awkward situations it not necessarily an awkward man.
>He seems exactly the same
Maybe for you who only know him from Family Guy skits, but anyone who watched the show can see the writing is way off base.
frasier video game would work better imo
>marty is dead but deepfake marty appears as a ghost from time to time to advise frasier on relationship issues or when he's taking things too seriously. these scenes take on a bladerunner feel and frasier actually accesses marty on his in-game computer.
>daphne returns as a quasi-love interest of frasier briefly after Niles dies of aids. they dont sleep together, they just have moments and she goes away but occasionally comes back with a new boyfriend but sends frasier snapchats sometimes.
>frasier now inhabits the world of the dark Machiavellian city politics of Boston but every mission his plot to take over the city is foiled by some three's company like misunderstanding and that fact that Irish-Americans confuse him for a blackmailable homosexual
>roz and frasier start a podcast but realize it's easier to promote it on tiktok by dancing to the latest black craze and placating to the far right but his show gets bombed a lot by poltards who don't think he's radical enough. this in turn promotes the show on the real tiktok and pol
>eddie's has become m2m transgender bodybuilder. It can talk and sells liver supplements on google shorts.
>scrambled eggs nightcore is used as the podcast theme as a nod but the show gets a new theme song sung by frasier.
>Frasier hosts a Black Lives Matter fundraising event only to have his Salmon Bouillabaisse recipe be from a noted white supremacist
>Frasier has to accept the fact that a red white can be identified as a white wine because wine is colorless, much like how humans are genderless
>Frasier is against men in women's sports, but comes to realize how wrong he is. Guest star Ted Danson and his trans son that wants to be on a girls softball team
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