Posts tagged as frasier

Left Handed Radio: 'Margot Sullivan-Chesterfield's African Drum Explosion'

On this episode: Dealbreaker!, a commercial for the all-new Latteatto, the WLHR Telethon, Frasier sings other theme songs, a man makes a bit of a flub when dialing 911, a man tries to buy a gun, "FriendZone!" the cool game for nice guys, an ad for Weekend Dad Beer, and two people profess their love to its limit.

Left Handed Radio is written and performed by Adam BozarthDan ChamberlainMatt Little, and Anna Rubanova, with Joe Stanton

See the next Sequel Machine show live: Die Hard 6. UCB Theater East, 3rd Street & Avenue A. Thursday, February 7th, 11:00 PM.

Oh, the Kelsey Grammar and John Lithgow Body Swap that Could've Been

"On Frasier, a network executive once suggested that one week we have John Lithgow play Frasier and Kelsey Grammar play Lithgow's role on 3rd Rock From the Sun; I've been deeply afraid of the idea of a crossover ever since." – Modern Family showrunner Christopher Lloyd on the brilliant ideas of 90s NBC Executives. They're both balding and pompous, so it's hard to say for sure this crossover didn't actually happen.

It's That Episode 46: Broad City, Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs

On "It's That Episode" Craig Rowin (UCB Theatre) invites guests over to watch any episode of any TV show they want. They discuss the episode and other crap.

Abbi Jacobson (Broad City) watches the episode of "Frasier" where Niles professes his love to Daphne. Learn about the original sitcom idea that led to Frasier, find out about the time Abbi was in the studio audience for an episode of "Friends," and hear what Abbi learned while shooting the Comedy Central pilot for "Broad City."

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Kelsey Grammer Explains the History of Sideshow Bob's Voice

This story has everything: Cheers lore, Simpsons lore, some old gay the audience never heard of. But CONAN!!! Why didn't you have him do the "getting hit in the face with a rake" noise? It is every Simpsons fan's favorite Sideshow Bob quote. Below watch him talk briefly about Frasier. It's interesting if you imagine it's not Kelsey talking to David Hyde Pierce but Bob talking with his brother Cecil.