Frasier Quote #632

Quote from Frasier in An Affair to Forget

Roz: We have Gretchen calling back about her husband's affair. She thinks she has more evidence.
Frasier: Hello, Gretchen. I'm listening.
Gretchen: "Oh, Dr. Crane. I took Roz's advice and gave my husband two choices for dinner, and he picked the diet plate!"
Frasier: But that is no proof that he's having an affair.
Gretchen: But Gunnar has a healthy appetite!
Frasier: No, no, the proof is-is phone bills, uh, credit card receipts- Gunnar?
Gretchen: I also found a love letter he wrote to her.
Frasier: And how long were you going to keep that a secret, Gretchen? Come on, work with me here. What does it say?
Gretchen: "Mein kleiner Leberknodel,"
Frasier: I-I'm sorry, I don't speak German.
Gretchen: It means, "my little liver dumpling." That used to be his pet name for me.
Frasier: Well, maybe he's writing to you.
Gretchen: "It can't be me. He says he loves her beautiful little body, as thin as his sword, and her skin as white as bratwurst, and that she's his nicht ganz menschliche Frau."
Frasier: What is that?
Gretchen: "I don't know if there's a word in English. The closest translation is, 'not quite human woman.'"
Frasier: Oh, dear God, it is her!


 ‘An Affair to Forget’ Quotes

Quote from Frasier

Roz: See, there's this great woman who lives in my building. She's beautiful, and funny-
Frasier: Just stop right there, Roz. I do not go out on blind dates. They're demeaning and a hideous waste of time. No, thank you. No.
Roz: It's not for you, it's for your father.
Frasier: Oh! What time should he pick her up?
Roz: Wait a minute. Blind dates are okay for your father, but not for you?
Frasier: Yes. That also goes for games with balls, domestic beer, and giant trucks that roll over smaller ones.

Quote from Martin

Frasier: Dad! Dad! I have to talk to you about Niles. I got a call on the show today from a German woman whose husband is a fencing instructor that she suspects is having an affair with his wealthy new client.
Martin: And?
Frasier: Don't you find that the least bit incriminating?
Martin: No, I find it a coincidence. Seattle's a big city, I'm sure there's a bunch of German fencing instructors, each one with dozens of students.
Frasier: Yes, but are they wealthy students?
Martin: No. They're inner-city kids trying to work their way out of the ghetto with nothing but a foil and a dream.

Quote from Frasier

Frasier: Apparently she worked for a German family that turned up in Guatemala... [deep voice] just after the war.