Frasier Complete Collection [DVD]
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One Frasier CD was released featuring a number of songs taken from the show: Tossed Salads & Scrambled Eggs was released on October 24, 2000.Frasier Has Entered Lifetime's Building" (Press release). Broadcasting & Cable. March 23, 2004. Archived from the original on January 26, 2023 . Retrieved July 4, 2023.
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The cast of characters includes arguably career-best performances from David Hyde Pierce as Niles, Frasier’s younger and even more tightly-wound brother; John Mahoney as Martin, Frasier’s retired cop of a father who is as down to earth as his sons are pretentious; Jane Leeves as Daphne, Martin’s live-in physical therapist and Niles’ not-so-secret crush; and Peri Gilpin as Roz, Frasier’s producer and friend. Each performance is perfectly calibrated to play with each other; different episodes find different pairings for the characters, and there’s never one that doesn’t work, with each character bringing out a different attribute in the other. And then, of course, there’s Martin’s dog Eddie (played by Moose through most of the run, with Moose’s son Enzo taking over for the final years), one of the best uses of a canine co-star in a sitcom.In spite of the criticisms of the later seasons, these critics were unanimous in praising at least the early seasons, with varied commentary on the series' demise ranging from believing, like Bianco, that the show had run its course to those like Dana Stevens, who bemoaned the end of Frasier as the "end of situation comedy for adults".  Critics compared the farcical elements of the series, especially in later seasons, to the older sitcom Three's Company.    NBC News contributor Wendell Wittler described the moments of misunderstanding as "inspired by the classic comedy of manners as were the frequent deflations of Frasier’s pomposity".  Frasier: The Official Companion to the Award-Winning Paramount Television Comedy by Jefferson Graham offers a behind-the-scenes look at the series and several collections of scripts.