Frasier: Season 7 (1999 - 2000)

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Air date: Sep 23, 1999

Season seven of Frasier begins as Martin Crane (John Mahoney) celebrates another birthday. As a means of recalling happy days gone by, Martin's sons, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) and Niles (David Hyde Pierce), watch videotaped copies of their childhood home movies in which their late mother, Hester, is a key player. It so happens that Frasier's birthday party guest is his new girlfriend Mia (Rita Wilson) -- and as the evening and the home movies unwind, it becomes distressingly obvious that Mia is the living image of Hester Crane!

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Air date: Sep 30, 1999

Anxiously preparing for her marriage to lawyer Donny Douglas (Saul Rubinek), Daphne (Jane Leeves) welcomes the assistance, financial and otherwise, of Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) and Martin (John Mahoney). In the absence of Daphne's real dad, Frasier revels in his role as "surrogate father" -- and drives Daphne crazy in the process. Meanwhile, Niles (David Hyde Pierce), ruminating over the fact that Daphne will soon be lost to him forever, goes out with another woman (and what a woman!); and Roz (Peri Gilpin) hopes against hope that she will not be asked to serve as a bridesmaid...especially since Donny is her former boyfriend.

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Air date: Oct 7, 1999

John Ennis and Bryan Callen guest star as "Carlos and the Chicken," the zany new morning team hired by radio station KACL. Stuffy Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) hopes to keep his distance from the duo, who is known for its wild and often sadistic practical jokes. Unfortunately, station manager Kenny Daly (Tom McGowan) has encouraged Carlos and the Chicken to perpetrate their jokery on the rest of the KACL staff -- and guess who their favorite target turns out to be.

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Air date: Oct 14, 1999

Niles (David Hyde Pierce) is thrilled when he is appointed art critic for his favorite upscale publication. While Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) is happy for his brother, he is also a tad jealous since he's always wanted to be a critic as well. In fact, Frasier is convinced that he would be excellent in this capacity on his own radio station. But first he must convince management -- or more specifically, the station owner's daughter Poppy (Katie Finneran), who never shuts up long enough to listen to anyone else.

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Air date: Oct 21, 1999

No longer a Frasier regular, Dan Butler makes a "special guest appearance" in his familiar role as KACL radio's gonzo sports guy Bob "Bulldog" Briscoe. Hoping to take a break from her maternal responsibilities, Roz (Peri Gilpin) asks Bulldog to be her nanny for a few days. This turns out to be a major mistake, as Bulldog uses the opportunity to screw up Roz's social life. Elsewhere, the Cranes (Kelsey Grammer, David Hyde Pierce, John Mahoney) try to face up to their own mortality.

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Air date: Nov 4, 1999

As might be expected, the title of this Frasier episode concerns the lifelong sibling rivalry between Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) and his brother Niles (David Hyde Pierce). This time, the bone of contention -- actually bones -- are Frasier's new girlfriend, Poppy (Katie Finneran), and Niles' latest sweetie, Regan (Gigi Rice). For reasons that make sense only to themselves, each Crane brother is convinced that the other has designs on his girl.

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Air date: Nov 11, 1999

A hitherto unknown Crane family heirloom has Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) and Niles (David Hyde Pierce). If authentic, the heirloom will prove that the brothers are descended from Russian nobility. What to do? What else is there to do? Artifact in hand, Frasier and Niles show up on the popular PBS series Antiques Roadshow (or at least, a reasonable facsimile thereof) in hopes of getting to the truth of the matter.

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Air date: Nov 18, 1999

Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) is appalled when his own obituary is accidentally released to the media. Although reports of his death are highly exaggerated, the mistake sets Frasier to thinking about his future...or how much future he actually has. Meanwhile, Niles (David Hyde Pierce) begins seeing an attractive doctor named Mel Kanorfsky (Jane Adams, in her first series appearance) -- who happens to have been his ex-wife Maris' plastic surgeon.

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Air date: Nov 25, 1999

Bebe Neuwirth once more steps into the shoes and mercurial personality of Dr. Lilith Sternin, volatile ex-wife of Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer). When Frasier invites Lilith to Thanksgiving dinner with the Crane family, she is delighted, but Niles (David Hyde Pierce) and Martin (John Mahoney) are less so, especially when Frasier's son (Trevor Einhorn) seems to be conniving to get his parents back together. Martin, in fact, has two major gripes about the upcoming holiday festivities -- his second complaint centering on Daphne (Jane Leeves) and her weird menu selections.

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Air date: Dec 10, 1999

Though Martin (John Mahoney) has long had dibs on the title of the Crane family's "resident invalid," this changes when Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) throws his back out. As Frasier recuperates, all manner of silly complications and misunderstandings revolve around him. The limit comes when Daphne (Jane Leeves) is led to believe that Frasier is carrying a torch for her -- whereupon a heavily medicated Frasier finally spills the beans about Niles (David Hyde Pierce)...sort of.

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Series 7 of the 'Cheers' spin-off in which psychiatrist Frasier Crane returns to his native Seattle, where he hosts a call-in radio show and spars with his fussy brother, their ex-cop father and dad's physical therapist.

Critic Reviews for Frasier Season 7

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (1)

Frasier's cast has some weak links... This leaves the triangle of Grammer, Pierce, and John Mahoney pawing the same comedic ground week after week; they remain valiantly exuberant, but the strain began showing last year.

Jun 26, 2018 | Rating: B | Full Review…

In his ninth year of playing Frasier Crane, Kelsey Grammer remains endlessly funny.

Apr 21, 2020 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…

Mama Mia, though you can see many of the obvious jokes coming, it's still funny stuff.

Apr 21, 2020 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Frasier: Season 7

  • Oct 16, 2017
    There was something about this season and the culmination of events that left me very satisfied. Unfortunately, the hot angles will be tough to duplicate and the cliff hanger isn't really much of one. Where we go from here will most certainly be a let down, but the acting and writing is so good it's hard to see Season eight falling off much.
  • Jul 22, 2016
    Pretty good, better than season 6.

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