I'm ramping up my viewing of Frasier because - while I don't want it to end - the series is so good that it lends itself to binge-watching Some of my favorite episodes/storylines from Seasons 6-7: -Frasier & Niles want to get tickets to a well-known play, but don't want anyone to know they don't actually have tickets and have to wait in line for possible cancellations (like being on "stand-by"). So, when they're outside the building & standing in line, they have to "pretend" that they're not really in line because they're so concerned with what their snobbish "friends" think - and thereby miss getting tickets. They then try to get into the building anyway, and are refused - LOL. Later, they stupidly go to an exclusive restaurant "after-party" with the play-goers, and end up discussing the play - with the playwright ...where they have to pretend to have seen the play (when they haven't). Hilarious! -Frasier's love life is going great, and he ends up dating two women at once; the voluptuous & gorgeous Cassandra (Virginia Madsen), and the beautiful Faye (Amy Brenneman). However, despite the fact that he initially never acted like the relationship(s) were anything other than casual dating - at one point he decides he needs to just devote his time/energy to one of them, so reluctantly breaks up with Cassandra (who seems to takes the break-up well) & starts dating Faye exclusively. However, as it turns out, while he was dating both of them he kept "accidentally" calling Faye "Cassandra", and he actually keeps this up even after he dates Faye exclusively (probably because he preferred Cassandra, but didn't want to admit this to himself - ha ha). Faye puts up with this for a while, though Frasier has to make sure that the two don't meet each other - LOL. However, it's not long before Faye actually meets the real "Cassandra" & finds out her name - then promptly breaks up with Frasier - LOL. Frasier is such a [email protected]$$, but that's obviously where a lot of the humor on show show stems from He is his own worst enemy, and keeps unintentionally?! sabatoging his life - partially because he over-analyzes everything - ha ha.