Lana is less than happy when her ex, Bob (the man Frasier counseled in Part 1) returns. She throws him out and looks to Frasier for advice. He swallows his feelings and advises her to take ...
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Lana is less than happy when her ex, Bob (the man Frasier counseled in Part 1) returns. She throws him out and looks to Frasier for advice. He swallows his feelings and advises her to take him back, leaving Frasier alone again. He takes a trip to clear his head and figure out his problems with women, which go back much farther than he ever dreamed.Written by
The title Don Juan in Hell refers to a play within a play performed in Man and Superman by George Bernard Shaw written in 1903. See more »
Hester Crane's arms changes positions between shots. In close-ups, her arms are crossed. However, in long-shots, her arms are to her sides. See more »
[after Lana orders her ex-husband out of the house]
You know, as ugly as that was, things couldn't have worked out any better for you. I mean, she's vulnerable, there's a full bar, she's already in the bedroom... almost takes the sport out of it.
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"In loving memory of our friends Lynn and David Angell" appears just prior to the ending credits. The Angells were aboard one of the planes that struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. See more »
This is one of the better episode of Frasier. It was great to see Lilith Sternin and Diane Crane again. And Rita Wilson was great as Frasier's mother. Although they might have found a better actress to play Frasier's first girlfriend.
But this episode was clearly based on Neil Simon's play and TV movie "Jake's Women" of 1996. Just like Frasier, Jake imagines himself talking to all the women from his past. That was five years before this episode of Frasier aired.
Kudos to the Frasier writers for producing this fine episode. But why do I feel that Neil Simon should get a piece of your royalty checks?
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