SEASON NINE


Events
·  Frasier dumps Claire to pursue Lana, but is foiled when Lana reunites 
   with her ex-husband.
·  Martin takes a job as a security guard.
·  Roz starts dating Roger, a garbage man.
·  Frasier accidentally destroys Martin's beloved armchair, but buys him 
   a spitting-image replacement.
·  Frasier and Roz celebrate their 2000th show.
·  Bulldog is hired back to KACL, but as an archivist.
·  On Frasier's recommendation, Kirby is hired as an intern at the radio 
   station.
·  Frasier fires Bebe when she signs a rival radio host as a client.
·  Daphne's father abandons her mother, Gertrude, and she comes to 
   Seattle to move in with Niles.
·  Frasier's feud with Cam Winston escalates when Frasier successfully 
   argues a motion to force Cam to park his Hummer in the subbasement; 
   Cam retaliates by draping a huge American flag from his balcony that 
   covers Frasier's windows; Frasier has no choice but to give up his 
   own parking spot. (This season aired in the immediate wake of the Sept. 
   11th tragedy)
·  Niles and Daphne get engaged.
·  Frasier and Cam are forced to become friends when Cam's mother, Cora, 
   starts dating Martin.
·  Traveling to Boston for a convention, Frasier is reunited with Cliff 
   Clavin, Norm Peterson, and Carla Tortelli from Cheers (one of 
   several "reunion" shows devised by NBC to commemorate its 75-year 
   anniversary).
·  Roger and Roz break up.
·  Frasier's show is syndicated in Spokane.
·  After commiserating with each other about their loneliness, Frasier 
   and Roz sleep together.  They manage to put the awkwardness behind 
   them and remain best friends.
·  Finale: Niles travels to England to try to convince Daphne's father, 
   Harry, to come back to Seattle and reunite with Gertrude.  Though this 
   fails, Harry tells Daphne that Niles is the one for her.


AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

Won

BMI FILM & TV AWARDS
·  BMI TV Music Award: Daryl Phinnessee
GOLDEN SATELLIE AWARD
·  Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Comedy, or Musical: Kelsey 
   Grammer
PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD

·  Favorite Television Comedy Series

Nominated

CASTING SOCIETY OF AMERICA (Artios)
·  Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic: Jeff Greenberg
EMMY
·  Outstanding Casting For a Comedy Series: Jeff Greenberg
·  Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Kelsey Grammer
·  Outstanding Supporting Actor in A Comedy Series: David Hyde 
   Pierce
GOLDEN GLOBE
·  Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy:  
   Kelsey Grammer
·  Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy
GOLDEN SATELLITE AWARD
·  Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical
PGA GOLDEN LAUREL AWARD
·  Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic - Comedy
SCREEN ACTOR'S GUILD AWARD
·  Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series: Kelsey 
   Grammer 
·  Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series: David 
   Hyde Pierce
·  Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series: Peri 
   Gilpin, Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves, John Mahoney, David Hyde Pierce
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