No one got under [Frasier]’s skin like Lilith did. Lilith was as smart as he was; Lilith saw his every trick, his every move. So it was one of those great duos, where one character gets under the other character’s skin, and makes that character explode. (…) Frasier was - in his own, smart way - he was an everyman, a guy who’s very easily frustrated and thrown off his game. And Lilith was the perfect foil for that.
The casts of Frasier, Will & Grace, Friends and The Big Bang Theory reunited to pay tribute to veteran sitcom director James Burrows for an NBC tribute special to be aired on February 21st.
The two-hour special will also include cast members of
Cheers, Mike & Molly, Taxi, Crowded and Two and a Half Men, all shows that Burrows had a part in making hits through his visionary eye as a director.
Frasier but every Cheers cast episode is replaced by David Hyde Pierce staring at himself while standing in front of his bathroom mirror in his underwear; screaming at the top of his lungs nonstop, his husband wanders into the frame periodically and his dressed as a penguin
I’ve always liked the notion of meeting the great figures of history. But then I think, what if it’s like high school and all the really cool dead people don’t want to hang out with me? Mozart’ll tell me he’s busy, but then later I’ll see him out with Shakespeare and Lincoln. -Frasier (1993-2004)