Daphne: Feeling a bit lonely are we?
Niles: Only when I'm by myself or when I'm with other people.
Frasier: (looks at watch)
Martin: I saw that!
Frasier: I'm not bored, I was simply wondering how long we've been sitting here enjoying ourselves.
Fraiser: You've broken up with a lot of people, what do you say to them?
Roz: I love you and I want to have your baby.
Frasier: What do you do when the romance goes out of a relationship?
Roz: I get dressed and go home.
Frasier: . . . And while I agree that washing his hands twenty to thirty times a day would be considered obsessive-compulsive behavior, bear in mind that your husband is a coroner. Thanks for your call Jeanine. Whom do we have next, Roz?
Frasier: She's not like the old Diane - convinced the whole world revolves around her. And I'm not the same Frasier. The last few days have drained me of all my old animositites. People do change, Dad.
Martin: You're right, they do. Take me for instance. The old Martin would have said, "You're oud of your mind. I'd rather see you go gay and shack up with the punk who shot me than go off with her. I'd rather see you sewed inside the body of a dead horse. But the new Martin says 'Viva l'amour.' "
Frasier: The new Frasier resists the temptatin to correct your French.
Frasier: How would you describe Niles, Dad?
Martin: I usually just change the subject.
Niles: Not interrupting anything personal, am I?
Roz: Yeah, Niles, we just eloped. I'm your new mom!
Niles: Well, I'll be a son of a bitch!
Niles: Well, as some illustrious person said, "Popularity is the hallmark of mediocrity."
Frasier: You just made that up, didn't you?
Niles: Yes, but I stand by it.
Caller/Mark: Uh, hey, Dr. Crane. It's Mark.
Frasier: Hello, Mark. I'm listening.
Mark: Okay, well, I work at this all night mini-mart. And, um, I've been watching myself on the video camera. And the camera me is doing things I don't approve of.
Daphne: Oh, come on now, Dr Crane. It's not like men have never used sex to get what they want.
Frasier: How can we possibly use sex to get what we want? Sex is what we want!
Sherry: I just love making people laugh. I think humor is like medicine.
Niles: [whispers to Frasier] Oh, we must be in the placebo group.