Frasier: Season 10 (2002 - 2003)


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Air date: Sep 24, 2002

Season ten of Frasier gets under way not long after Niles (David Hyde Pierce) and Daphne (Jane Leeves) have eloped to Reno. Feeling guilty over leaving Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) and Martin (John Mahoney) out of their wedding plans, the couple pretends to still be unhitched so that a more formal ceremony can take place in Seattle. What they hadn't counted on was the persistence of Daphne's mom, Gertrude (Millicent Martin), who demands a third ceremony at a place of her choosing; nor are they prepared for the return of Daphne's jilted ex-fiancé, Donny Douglas (Saul Rubinek).

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Air date: Oct 1, 2002

The scene is a parking garage, where a defiant Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) takes a stand -- and blocks traffic -- when he feels he's being unjustly charged for a full 20 minutes' parking when he only owes for a few minutes. Refusing to allow anyone to pay the fee for him, Frasier transforms an insignificant molehill into an impassable mountain, much to the dismay of his passenger Niles (David Hyde Pierce). Meanwhile, Roz (Peri Gilpin) makes an unexpected public confession when she subs for Frasier on his radio show.

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Air date: Oct 8, 2002

Realizing that he has made too many enemies to win the presidency of the condo board, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) contrives to have the more popular Martin (John Mahoney) run against him. The strategy is to get Martin elected so that Frasier can be the real power behind the throne -- but Frasier has forgotten that his dad can be just as contrary and intractable as he is. Meanwhile, Daphne (Jane Leeves) takes the first steps to becoming a U.S. citizen, and Roz (Peri Gilpin) misinterprets a "sexual signal."

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Air date: Oct 15, 2002

Zooey Deschanel guest stars as Roz's wild, impulsive, and highly opinionated cousin Jen. The girl's aggressive personality drives Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) up a wall and leaves Roz (Peri Gilpin) exhausted trying to keep up with her cousin's round-the-clock partying. About the only person who truly hits it off with Jen is KACL station manager Kenny Daly (Tom McGowan), who feels he needs her sort of excitement in his life -- maybe permanently. Elsewhere, Martin (John Mahoney) tries to snooker Daphne (Jane Leeves) into continuing to tend his needs.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2002

Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) has just about had enough of the practical jokes perpetrated by radio sports guy "Bulldog" Briscoe (Dan Butler). Clearly what is called for is a get-even scheme so elaborate and complicated that Frasier has to bring in "outside help." And on the subject of revenge, Daphne's mother, Gertrude (Millicent Martin), is determined to settle accounts with the youthful trick-or-treater who has "vandalized" Niles' door.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2002

Hoping to master Hebrew so that he can give a speech at his son's bar mitzvah, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) turns to nerdy Noel (Patrick Kerr) for help. Noel agrees to coach Frasier, but in return Frasier must obtain a valuable autograph at a sci-fi convention. Alas, things go very wrong, whereupon Noel cooks up a rather embarrassing revenge. Meanwhile, Frasier's ex-wife Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth) displays a side of her personality that no one has ever seen before -- and few ever want to see again.

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Air date: Nov 12, 2002

In the first episode of a three-part story, Niles (David Hyde Pierce) becomes convinced that his toothache is merely a "referred pain," and that he may actually have a heart condition. Well, maybe he didn't have one at the beginning of the episode, but he sure has one by fade-out time -- and it may all be the result of his own feverish imagination. Elsewhere, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) has a bad feeing about the "terrific" new caregiver (Ana Gasteyer) hired by Martin (John Mahoney).

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Air date: Nov 19, 2002

In the second episode of a three-part story, Niles (David Hyde Pierce) seems uncharacteristically calm as he prepares to undergo heart bypass surgery. Martin (John Mahoney) is not calm but pretends to be, while Daphne (Jane Leeves) cannot hide her anxiety. As the story progresses, a heavily sedated Niles suddenly begins reciting the story of his life, in minute and excruciating detail -- while helpful older brother Frasier bids fair to drive the attending physician crazy. This episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Editing.

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Air date: Nov 26, 2002

In the concluding episode of a three-part story, Niles (David Hyde Pierce) has successfully undergone heart bypass surgery -- but that doesn't keep him from being nervous about resuming his normal activities. As for everyone else, they are growing dog-weary of hearing Niles' stories of his "near-death experience." Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) in particular would love to tell Niles to shut up, but he has promised God that he'd be nice to his brother if he pulled through, and God is not someone who takes promises lightly. But there's a limit to Frasier's patience, and that limit comes when Niles takes over his brother's radio show to share his epiphany with everyone in Seattle!

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Air date: Dec 10, 2002

Accustomed to hosting his family's Christmas dinner, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) objects to breaking tradition by having the festivities at the home of Niles (David Hyde Pierce) and Daphne (Jane Leeves). The ensuing quarrel prompts an angry Martin (John Mahoney) to bypass the dinner altogether and sign up for work on Christmas Eve. Suddenly contrite, Frasier and Niles do everything in their power to get their dad to change his mind. Elsewhere, Roz (Peri Gilpin) takes a liking to a personable department store Santa (Dean Cain).

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Series 10 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.


Kelsey Grammer
as Frasier Crane
David Hyde Pierce
as Niles Crane
John Mahoney
as Martin Crane
Jane Leeves
as Daphne
Millicent Martin
as Mrs. Moon
James Oliver
as Barista
Ashley Thomas
as Alice Doyle
John Turturro
as Voice of Grant
Patrick Kerr
as Noel Shempsky
Edward Hibbert
as Gil Chesterton
Bradley Whitford
as Voice of Stu
Monica McSwain
as Facialist
Timothy Cathart
as Mr. Grant
Rick Fitts
as Supervisor
Karen Kim
as Motorist #1
Alice Dodd
as Surgical Nurse
Tony Paqualini
as Motorist #2
Laura Linney
as Voice of Mindy
David Alan Basche
as Woody Wiswell
Damian Lewis
as Motorist #3
Corey John Fischer
as Rabbi Gendler
Annie Wersching
as Esthetician
Dominic Rambaran
as The Other Niles
Steve Kehela
as Orderly #1
Samuel Johnson
as Reno Officiant
Brandon Johnson
as Orderly #2
David Ogden Stiers
as Leland Barton
Daniel Davis
as Dr. Schafer
Mario Prado
as Bike Clerk
Kila Kitu
as Motorist #4
Trevor Einhorn
as Frederick Crane
Robyn Johanna
as The Other Daphne
Laurel Green
as Flight Attendant
Bob Hoskins
as Coach Fuller
Dale Dickey
as Mrs. Grant
Anna C. Miller
as Motorist #5
Hal Sparks
as Spa Receptionist
Oleg Stefan
as Vladimir
Linden Chiles
as Dean of Admissions
Saul Rubinek
as Donny Douglas
Brooks Almy
as Mrs. Richman
Sam Johnson
as Reno Officiant
Bill Paxton
as Voice of Ernie
David Boyd
as Waiter
David St. James
as Admissions Officer
Morocco Omari
as Tow Truck Driver
Kendall Schmidt
as Young Frasier
Michael Winters
as Bank President
Ron Canada
as Judge Stern
Murphy Giller
as Young Niles
Billy Bean
as Voice of Jerry
Holmes Osborne
as Principal Atwood
Jack Axelrod
as Old Frasier
Amita Balla
as Waitress
Hira Ambrosino
as Judge Anderson
Charles Busch
as Voice of Mark
Michael Kropeck
as Toddler Frasier
Booth Colman
as Mr. Slobodkin
John O'Leary
as Old Niles
Booth Colman
as Mr. Slobodkin
Salvatore Rendino
as Customs Officer
Leelee Sobieski
as Voice of Sheila
Darion Basco
as Zombie #2
Brendan Hill
as Steve Berman
Bridget Sienna
as Teller #2
Kathe Mazur
as Beverly White
Amanda Corday
as Campbell
Jean Sincere
as Old Daphne
Lia King
as Employee
J. Kenneth Campbell
as Mr. Michaels
JD Cullum
as Donald White
Nate Bynum
as Bank Guard
Amy Hill
as Maureen
Nino Del Prete
as Chef Etienne
Sarah Brooke
as Mrs. Michaels
Endre Hules
as Russian Crewman
Tony Pasqualini
as Motorist #2
Damian D. Lewis
as Motorist #3
Sandra Teles
as The Masseuse
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Critic Reviews for Frasier Season 10

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (0)

Call it a rut or a groove, but the cast and crew had settled in at this point; they knew their jobs and did them well.

Apr 21, 2020 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Frasier: Season 10

  • Aug 03, 2020
    Une of the best sitcoms out there
  • Mar 12, 2018
    As season 10 of 'Frasier' rolls on, it becomes more farcical, but still funny and entertaining. It's basically the same way 'Cheers' wound up. Hard for a show like this to stay fresh with ideas for so long.

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