Daphne Quote #155
Frasier: Oh, bless you, Daphne. Are you sure you're up to coming to the memorial?
Daphne: Oh, it's just a little cold. Besides, in my family, when there was a funeral everybody went. I remember
when Grammy Moon passed on. My brothers had been off on a three-day bender. They couldn't even stand on their own. They were all pissed as newts! But they crawled to that chapel on their hands and knees.
Frasier: Very commendable.
Daphne: Yeah, well, they had an obligation. They were the pallbearers.
Quote from Frasier
Frasier: Well, well, well. What can I say about Aunt Louise? What can I say? Louise ... touched us all. In fact, she touches us still. [Frasier dusts off his jacket] Aunt Louise loved to teach us all lessons. You know, it's hard to picture her without hearing her saying, "I'm going to teach you a lesson." What particularly comes to mind, by the very way she lived her own life: she taught us how important it is to pursue our dreams. Whether we succeed or fail, what really matters is that we tried. And now as we say goodbye to Louise, a phrase comes to mind. It was coined by my very own father, "She's Such A Groovy Lady."
Quote from Niles
Niles: I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I don't mean to quibble but it seems like your heart is always going "hidy-hady", "ringy-dingy" or "scooby-dooby".
Martin: Look, I don't need another critic.
Niles: Fine. Perhaps a cardiologist?