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The lynching victim hanging from the Space Needle is just one of many subtle hints of white supremacy slipped into the program.

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Frasier is a vile, low-brow, crude, immature television show whose humour derives from the star of the show, Frasier "Fat Bastard" Crane (Kelsey Grammar) wreaking havoc on Seattle. Typical misadventures include exploiting people's trust to get money out of them and deliberately giving out poor advice on his radio show. Nevertheless, Crane's rebellious antics have made him popular with young viewers, although he has received much critism from television regulators and the Christian right, who have repeatedly tried to get the program banned.

Almost as shocking as Frasier is the character of Niles, Frasier's brother, in the programme. Niles, whilst putting on the persona of an emotionally repressed homosexual, is in fact a sexual predator and much of the programme focused on his ploys to ensnare the innocent maid Daphne into his twisted web of sexual deviance. This finally occurred when Niles left his wife-to-be on their wedding day and drove off with Daphne. The later series focused on his abusive relationship with Daphne, culminating in the birth of their child which Niles promptly sold into sexual slavery to buy more expensive suits. David Hyde Pierce was blasted by Feminist groups for his portrayal of the misognistic and abusive Niles and has been refused many high profile roles as a result. He stands by his decision to play the character, however, stating 'There's a Niles in all of us waiting to come out. Those who can't accept that don't deserve to watch television let alone criticise it.'

The show also regularly features supposedly witty one liners and smug references that appear on a black background, referring to the events of the following scene. Over time, however, these became more and more overtly racist in tone and soon bore little relation to the actual content of the programme. The now infamous phrase 'Rights for Whites' recurred more and more frequently until by the Eighth Season it was the only message displayed during the show. When asked for comment Kelsey Grammer said 'The show was so shit by that time very few people noticed'.

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Kelsey Grammar

Kelsey Grammar, star of the hit comedy shows Cheers, Frasier and that one with the wife from "Everybody Loves Raymond" where he's a news anchorman. He also appears on Easter Island Head Hour from time to time.

The character of Frasier Crane can be traced back to the lovable '80s sitcom Cheers in which Crane was a regular at the Boston bar. Here, he would engage in banter with the rest of the barflies and even give free pschyciatric advice to those who requested it. However, as the series progressed Crane became more and more frustrated with his pedestrian role in society and became lured into the mysterious arts of pretentiousness, a "dark side" if you will. By the eleventh and final season Crane was almost beyond salvation, opting for a Martini or a Creme de Menthe over the usual beer, wearing a monacle at every opportunity and meeting Cliff's dubious trivia with a curt "Hmph!" before continuing to read the Wall Street Journal. In the series finale, Sam Malone attempts to change Frasier back into who he used to be with a zany Oktoberfest grill-off that blends the high culture of aristocratic Germany with the tastes of the Common Man. Competition between the two spins out of control however, and a fire breaks out in the Cheers bar, trapping the two inside. Crane refuses to call the fire brigade, stating that "to stay in the bar and imolate would be the gentlemanly thing to do".. Sam is unable to turn Frasier and narrowly escapes, shouting "You were the Chosen One! It was said that you would destroy the higher classes, not join them!". Frasier is eventually rescued, badly burned, and is put in the hands of Niles, who fixes him up with a face mask complete with breathing apparatus, which gives him his trademark smooth, baritone voice, perfect for radio. Crane becomes Darth Frasier.

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  • In one episode, after hearing about an Indian immigrant's negative opinion about his radio show, Frasier plots his revenge. He manages to trace the man's location down to a news-stand, where the gentleman worked for a living. After threatening the owner, Frasier scares him off and razes the news-stand to the ground. He is last seen dancing round the fire singing 'Burn Baby Burn' before giving his trademark maniacal laugh.
  • In another, Crane hatches a mischievous plan to take money off some homeless people. On Christmas Day he goes to a cafe full of homeless men, eats a meal there and pretends that he can't afford to pay. In an act of kindness, the tramps gather what little money they have to pay for the meal, including an entire day's donations for playing the guitar on a street corner. Frasier then takes out his wallet, burns a 50 dollar bill in front of all in the shelter and drives off in his expensive car, while laughing like a maniac.
  • One horrifying episode of season "whatever" titled "Beware the Greeks" has the cranes visiting the wedding rehearsal of their half-Greek cousin Nikos, A young man that Frasier tricked in being a juggler to have no competition for his keen "more impressive" medical degree. Before doing so he was first to mind-rape his Aunt Zora, head chef of a four-star Greek establishment and Nazi killer. Immediately arriving to the rehearsal the drank all the Champagne(with the inclusion of the French wine they brought). Drunk off their ties, Niles breaks the heart of his porn-star distant cousin Yvonne and having Daphne stab her with the nearest knife and dumping her in the garbage truck. Frasier then contacts Nikos's former lover and having them reconcile while he gives a speech, thus ruining the wedding. Frasier sings his theme song while Martin and Daphne destroy every tape Martin's cousin Eddie recorded during the family reunion. Frasier then says, "What is a boy to do"
  • Another shocking episode sees Frasier and Niles joining a car-repair course in order to psychologically torment the teacher. After writing a litany of insults in French concerning the teacher's terminally ill sister, the pair are kicked off the course. As the credits role, Frasier and Niles are seen accosting the teacher behind Cafe Nervosa before assaulting him and forcing him to perform oral sex on the pair. Niles and Frasier laugh maniacally throughout the abuse(although it later became apparent that this scene was unscripted and was a practical joke played by Kelsey Grammar and David Hyde Pierce on the actor that was shockingly caught on camera).
  • Another controversial episode featured Frasier savagely beating Roz and forcing her temporarily out of a job. He then hires an poor inner-city black woman as her replacement. Mary tries to speak her mind during Frasier's shows but this just enrages Frasier, causing him to send a tirade of racist comments towards her. This deeply scars Mary and turns her into a nervous wreck, until one day she finally breaks out and tells one of Frasier's callers something that contradicts Frasier, causing him to beat her to a bloody pulp. She is near death when Kenny, the station manager, enters to offer Mary her own show. At this point the scene fades out with Frasier turning to Kenny with a menacing glare in his eyes. This episode drew heat for it's constant use of racial epithets by Frasier. He uses words like "nigger" and "monkey fucker" ad nauseum and the graphically violent beating scenes (these were later revealed to be real, and the actress who played Mary was reportedly on life support for 4 days after shooting wrapped up).
  • The infamous episode "Sweeney Doc" sees Frasier's most disastrous dinner soirée yet(this time held at Niles' apartment) take a turn for the worse with Frasier savagely beating a snooty wine club member over a trivial remark made at the expense of his signature chanterelle sauce. Panicking, and left without an entrée due the damage caused by the fight, Crane juliennes the man and hides the remains in a vat of gourmet seasonal chili Niles had been stewing for months. As the rest of the guests arrive, Daphne unknowingly serves the macabre meal while Frasier and Niles are forced to juggle an increasingly complex web of lies and misdirection to keep guests from entering the blood-streaked kitchen, wondering about the missing wine club member, or discovering that Roz is not actually reclusive fashion designer Minola DeFranc(in an unrelated subplot). The dish proves a huge hit in the dining room, but when an obese, despised heiress (whose seat on the Seattle Opera Board Frasier has long-coveted) discovers the grisly scene one room over, Frasier hatches a plan to systematically do in a number of his bitter rivals while simultaneously gaining popularity among well-connected socialites by continuing to host upscale dinners centered around the popular recipe. He silences the heiress with a poison dart from an ornamental tribal blowgun while Niles ushers out the rest of the guests, and the two begin making preparations for future dinners featuring more of their newly-dubbed "Chili Con Crane". The massive network of lies eventually comes crashing down in the third act when the entire Seattle Epicurean Society, drawn by Eddie's barking, witnesses a psychiatric rival of the Cranes' stagger from Frasier's kitchen impaled by an antique shrimp skewer. As the victim collapses before he can name his attacker, a quick-thinking Frasier's passionate, three-minute long speech(filled with showy but false deductive reasoning) is able to direct all suspicion toward his nemesis Cam Winston. The episode ends with Winston being carted away by police, screaming revenge in front of the terrified dinner guests as Frasier devilishly savours the last bite of his meal.
  • A later episode finds Frasier and Martin at odds over whether or not to buy digital cable. Frasier hatches a plot to get his father to agree with him. Frasier proceeds to seduce Martin's new girlfriend, whilst his father remains ignorant at a low-quality play, the tickets to which Frasier stole from a poor man who spent his life's savings to buy, in order to make a gift for his family. Frasier then has sex with his father's girlfriend, video-tapes it, uses software to super-impose his brother's face over his own, and then mails the tape to his father. His father proceeds to disown Niles, and Frasier takes all his worldly possessions, blaming it on the foreign men that drove the moving truck. He then sits down on his couch, his father screaming hysterically at his girlfriend from the other room. We see a fade out shot of his father brutally rape his girlfriend, and his maid when she enters the room, and we hear Fraiser laughing maniacally.

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  • One of the creators, David Angell, was killed in 9/11. It was later revealed that David Hyde Pierce and Kelsey Grammer were involved in his death, in ways such as paying David $1000 to get on that particular plane. Grammer used his immeasurable wealth to stop this getting out.
  • Rather than being played by one single dog, hundreds of thousands of Eddies were bred in a specially adapted warehouse for the show. The cruel conditions in which this was done were famously exposed by FOX News in its piece 'Frasier Dog Factory'. Series producer David Angell defiantly said on FOX News 'These things don't mean anything to us. We don't even see them as animals. We call them units, and I'm afraid we need to get through at least fifty units a day to keep Frasier fresh and funny.' This incident led to PETA boycotting the show for many years and Kesley Grammer had many attempts on his life by animal rights activists.
  • Each mention of an obscure wine, literary work or piece of classical music contains a hidden reference to racial topics. For example, while dining at a fancy restaurant, Frasier is often seen ordering a bottle of 1982 Château Élire Le Pen, before discussing the delights of Heydrich's enchanting opera, Der herrliche Völkermord, While sipping his afternoon latte, Niles often reads The Turner Diaries by William Luther Pierce.
  • David Hyde Pierce has since received few roles due to the abusive and violent nature of Niles. Though in interviews he blames his near-constant drunkenness on his character's horrific behaviour, he still defends Niles, saying there is "a Niles in everyone".

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