Season three of Friends hits its nadir with an undercooked, remarkably unfunny episode.
Frasier gets back to basics with a rewarding, amusing episode focused on the Crane brothers.
A trio of thematically connected stories marks a (slight) return to form for Friends’s third season.
The Cranes hit the road, and Frasier puts the strengths (and weaknesses) of season one on full display.
Friends’ recent pessimistic bent takes hold of three amusing, incidental stories (for good and for ill).
Frasier contends with dating a woman 20 years younger than him, in season one’s oddest entry.
Friends offers up a trio of limp romantic stories, but with a tantalizing final image.
Frasier gets back to basics with a quality Frasier/Marty story.
Friends lightens the mood with one of season three’s goofiest, strangest entries.
“And the Whimper Is” is an unintentionally accurate title for this underwhelming Frasier episode.