All Frasier's bad behavior seems headed toward a climax, or at least a confrontation.
Frasier and his brother are effete snobs and proud of it.
In Frasier's freshman season, those episodes pitting father against son are by far the most entertaining and touching.
Even if 'Frasier' does continue to fade, many viewers will maintain their emotional and intellectual investment in the show, motivated by nostalgia rather than the hallmarks of the first seven seasons -- originality, wit, and superb ensemble work.
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