Frasier continues to put all its focus into the Frasier/Marty dynamic in “Here’s Looking At You” – unsurprisingly, it works.
Like the first three episodes, the real magic of “I Hate Frasier Crane” is in its understated resolution.
Frasier’s strong start continues with “Dinner At Eight” and its impressive third act.
Frasier embraces the traditional pitfalls of the Second Episode to surprisingly watchable effect.
Frasier Crane’s original spinoff series begins with one of television’s most unassuming, underrated pilot episodes.
Ross and Rachel’s first anniversary arrives, and Friends makes a brave creative statement in an unexpected season highlight.
Friends channels a darker, more sardonic version of itself with the underrated “The One with Phoebe’s Ex-Partner”.
Friends balances emotional pathos and dick jokes in a superb mid-season episode.
The Ross/Rachel conflict heats up – and in a surprise turn, makes for an enlightening, mostly rewarding episode.
Friends remembers who the real jerk is in another subtly rewarding episode of season three.