Frasier Season 4
Frasier Season 4
First Air Date: September 17, 1996
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The fourth season of Frasier originally aired from September 17, 1996 to May 20, 1997 on NBC.
4x24 Odd Man Out (May 20, 1997)
After dining at a "couples" restaurant alone, Frasier realizes the void that single living leaves in his life. He impulsively rushes to the airport to meet a total stranger after she accidentally leaves a message on his answering machine.
4x23 Ask Me No Questions (May 20, 1997)
Niles asks Frasier whether he believes Niles and Maris are meant to be together. Frasier, touched that Niles thinks enough of him to ask him such an important question, ponders it for days, trying hard to give the question the thought it requires.
4x22 Are You Being Served? (May 13, 1997)
Niles seeks counsel from both Martin and Frasier when Maris serves him with divorce papers.
4x21 Daphne Hates Sherry (May 06, 1997)
Sherry's meddling in Daphne's personal life hits a new low when she hands out Daphne's phone number to strangers. Daphne makes Niles' dreams come true when she seeks refuge from Sherry at his home.
4x20 Three Dates and a Breakup (2) (April 29, 1997)
After Martin's breakup with Sherry, Frasier realizes that his father didn't really want to leave her, so he uses his professional skills to bring them back together.
4x19 Three Dates and a Breakup (1) (April 29, 1997)
Niles attends a benefit hosted by Frasier in the hopes of meeting an eligible woman. Unfortunately, Niles has to contend with Frasier, the self-professed "babe magnet," who manages to catch the eye of every attractive woman. Frasier calls Norm to gloat. Martin breaks up with Sherry over an inconsequential offense.
4x18 Ham Radio (April 22, 1997)
Frasier's ambitious plans to put on a "classic" radio drama are foiled after the actors, perturbed by Frasier's tyrannical style, revolt.
4x17 Roz's Turn (April 15, 1997)
Roz decides to audition for a radio show when a slot opens up. Frasier unwittingly torpedoes Roz's potential show after an offhand remark to his carnivorous agent Bebe sets her in motion.
4x16 The Unnatural (April 01, 1997)
Frederick is coming to visit and he wants to visit Microsoft. Frasier has been unable to book the visit and so takes Frederick to KACL instead. Frederick meets Bulldog and finds out that the KACL softball team is one man down as Roz injured herself during a game. Frederick suggests that his father play, and not wanting to let Frederick down, Bulldog says Frasier is too good for the team. Frederick insists to his father that he should play, since he's "really good." Frasier doesn't want to let his son down and so agrees. Of course, he knows nothing about baseball, so Martin takes him down to the park for some practice. Can Frasier learn how to play in just a few hours? Not very likely... Meanwhile Niles is jealous of his nephew's crush on Daphne, and how much attention she's paying him.
4x15 Roz's Krantz & Gouldenstein Are Dead (March 11, 1997)
Roz comes to be known as the "Angel of Death" after several people die on her while she's helping out at a retirement home. Meanwhile, Frasier begins to wonder about the effect his talk show has on people.
4x14 To Kill a Talking Bird (February 25, 1997)
Niles hosts a party to break in his new apartment. Unfortunately, his new pet bird, Baby, picks the night of the party to attach itself firmly to Niles' head.
4x13 Four for the Seesaw (February 18, 1997)
A spontaneous gesture gets the Crane boys a weekend double date with two attractive women. Frasier tries to help Niles overcome the feeling that he's betraying Maris.
4x12 Death and the Dog (February 11, 1997)
Eddie feels blue, so Martin hires a dog psychiatrist to determine the cause of his depression.
4x11 Three Days of the Condo (January 21, 1997)
Frasier fights against the condo board president's tyranny when his plans to install a door knocker are denied.
4x10 Liar! Liar! (January 14, 1997)
Frasier and Niles reminisce about an incident in their prep school days where a fellow classmate was punished for their transgression. Overcome with guilt, Frasier visits the man, now in prison, to try to pinpoint the beginning of his life of crime.
4x09 Dad Loves Sherry, the Boys Just Whine (January 07, 1997)
Frasier and Niles deal with Martin's abrasive new girlfriend, Sherry.
4x08 Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven (December 10, 1996)
Martin misinterprets Frasier's polite compliment of a painting as genuine sincerity, prompting him to buy it for his son. An ungrateful Frasier finds it difficult to express his feelings.
4x07 A Lilith Thanksgiving (November 26, 1996)
The Cranes pack up and visit Lilith and Frederick for Thanksgiving. Lilith and Frasier meet with the dean of a prestigious school, hoping to enroll Frederick. After their initial visit goes poorly, they return time and time again, hoping to ingratiate themselves with the headmaster.
4x06 Mixed Doubles (November 19, 1996)
Just as Niles finally gets up the nerve to express his feelings to Daphne, Frasier convinces him it could be a huge mistake. Niles is furious with Frasier after Daphne picks up a Niles-clone at a singles bar.
4x05 Head Game (November 12, 1996)
Niles is the talk of Seattle after a brief session with the local basketball team's slumping star turns the player's fortunes around. Justifiably proud of himself, Niles is mortified to learn that Reggie believes his good luck is due to Niles' hair.
4x04 A Crane's Critique (October 22, 1996)
Frasier and Niles are ecstatic when their father becomes good friends with reclusive author T.H. Houghton.
4x03 The Impossible Dream (October 15, 1996)
Frasier and Niles struggle to interpret Frasier's recurring dream, in which Frasier finds himself in bed with Gil Chesterton.
4x02 Love Bites Dog (September 24, 1996)
Frasier can't wait to go out with the gorgeous women Roz found for him, until Bulldog steals her away right under Frasier's nose.
4x01 The Two Mrs. Cranes (September 17, 1996)
When Daphne's ex-fiance comes to visit, she tries to let him down easy by pretending to be married to Niles. However, when Frasier, Martin, and Roz get involved in the charade, the evening spirals out of control.