Quote from Frasier in Something About Dr. Mary
Frasier: Just exactly how would that go? Why don't you play me and I'll be Mary.
Niles: All right. Uh, Mary?
Niles: I've been meaning to speak to you. You know, people listen to the show for my expertise.
Frasier: Oh, so my opinion's not worth anything?
Niles: Well, I'm the one with the medical degree. Now, I want you to contribute, but only up to a point.
Frasier: So, you want me to stay in my place, massa!
Niles: She's not going to say "massa"...
Frasier: [adopting the gestures associated with the stereotype of a sassy African-American woman] What, am I getting too uppity for you? You sherry-swelling, opera-loving, Armani-wearing elitist. You have no idea how difficult it is for a black woman in a white man's world!
Frasier: I don't think so!