It's Valentine's Day, and Roz and Daphne are planning to watch sad chick movies as Roz doesn't have a date and Donny had to fly to Florida for his grandmother's funeral. Frasier is planning to go to the opera with Niles as Mel is out of town but when he arrives, he is on the phone to Mel who has changed her mind and wants to spend time with Niles. He asks Frasier to give up his opera ticket for him and Mel but Frasier refuses. He still wants to go to the opera because there is a lady there he has taken quite a liking to and wants to ask her out, so he asks his father to go with him because he doesn't want to go alone or with a woman. Reluctantly, Martin agrees but finds all operas stupid as they are based on improbable events.
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Roz introduces Frasier, Niles and Martin to her new boyfriend Barry in Cafe Nervosa but Frasier and Niles pick up on the fact that he goes to the gym and he likes shopping for clothes, and deduce that he must be gay. Martin, of course, wholeheartedly disagrees and tells Roz as much. She, as you would expext, tells Frasier that he is just guilty of lazy sterotyping, and he apologises - but the Crane brothers both think they are still correct in their judgement. While all this happening, Frasier and Niles spy Alistair Burke - the head of the Seattle Opera Guild - at the counter and quickly introduce themselves to him, telling him they cannot wait to see his latest production.
John Bridges is a published author of history, and politics. His doctorate is in criminal justice. He is a huge fan of the show Frasier. He is the first person to receive Emmy nominations for playing the same role on three different shows Cheers , Wings, and Frasier.
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