Matchmaker dating episode
Both clients check out with someone they never expected...
Patti takes on Anna Lisa, a party girl who needs to curb her playgirl ways and get serious about love. Patti takes on Justin, the "Human Ken Doll" and Claudia, a 3x divorcee who cliff dives into toxic relationships.
After a late-night false fire alarm, caused by Daphne smoking a cigarette in her room, she confesses that she's been feeling depressed and lonely.
The next day, Frasier makes the mistake of telling Roz, who immediately offers to set Daphne up with one of her many ex-boyfriends.
Leon Kass, respected author, professor and bio-ethicist, puts words to our worst fears in this second excerpt from a three-part series. Reading romantic subtext into completely normal communication?
Though it's discouraging news, being able to expose the problem is the first step toward finding a solution. Maybe you've been through a breakup but you can't stop thinking about your ex.
Exiting the elevator on the wrong floor of his office building, Frasier runs into Charlotte, a matchmaker looking eagerly for new clients.
Frasier declines her help, but changes his mind after a disastrous encounter with an ex-girlfriend.
Patti takes on a high-powered perfectionist who can't find his "perfect" match and an overtly sexual singer who leads with her body, and not her heart.
When the famous musician Bobby Fleet and his band arrive in Mayberry, Andy and Barney scheme to arrest Bobby and his band so that Jim can get an audition.
It's canning time again, and Aunt Bee has put up another batch of pickles.
It is noteworthy in being Joe Keenan's first episode produced on the show, after which he became a regular writer and eventually executive producer on the show.
It won an award from GLAAD for its lighthearted satire of the various stereotypes surrounding gay men.