Frasier (1993–2004)
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Adventures in Paradise: Part 2 

After Lilith's presence on Bora Bora causes Frasier to lose control, he returns to Seattle and tries to patch up things with Madeline.

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After Lilith's presence on Bora Bora causes Frasier to lose control, he returns to Seattle and tries to patch up things with Madeline.

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Trivia

This episode is an homage to Noel Coward's play 'Private Lives', in which two exes are honeymooning in side by side hotel rooms with their new spouses. See more »

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Frasier: [to Lilith, thinking she's Meredith] Put down that mango, my dear. It's time you tasted the forbidden fruit.
[Lilith stands up and turns around]
Frasier: YAAAAAHHHHHH!
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When the title "Frasier" and the usual silhouette of Seattle are on screen, fireworks shoot to the sky. See more »

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Featured in Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter (2004) See more »

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Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs
Written by Bruce Miller and Darryl Phinnessee
Performed by Kelsey Grammer
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A transition episode part 2
2 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is the second part of an episode that tries to reignite Frasier's love life.

The reintroduction of Lilith adds for good fun, though the joke that the other characters are so scared of her runs a bit thin, and the sight of Martin throwing his cane away is silly.

There are some nice moments of heart in this episode though, as Frasier moves on, but equally there are moments where as an audience we wince at his actions as this apparently smart man goes to pieces over the slightest thing.

As with the first part this is a transition episode for the character rather than an overly funny one.


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