Niles Quote #654

Quote from Niles in The Impossible Dream

Niles: Perhaps you should tackle this from a free-association standpoint.
Frasier: God, must we?
Niles: Well, now, focus on any detail in the motel room. What's the first thing that pops into your mind?
Frasier: Uh, a crescent-shaped lamp.
Niles: Perfect. Crescent-shaped lamp. Run with that. Crescent. Moon. Daphne Moon. French maid. Brass bed. Satin robe.
Frasier: Niles! This is my dream.
Niles: I was just showing you the process.
Frasier: You were three words away from a cigarette.


 ‘The Impossible Dream’ Quotes

Quote from Niles

Frasier: Sorry, Niles. I'm just a bit distracted today. You see, this morning, a- a man from my building approached me with a very intriguing problem. It seems he's been having a recurring dream.
Niles: Oh, please. That little gambit didn't work when we were in knee socks. What was your dream, Frasier?

Quote from Gil

Gil: Frasier, I've come to tempt you.
Frasier: Really?
Gil: I'm reviewing the new pastry chef at Chez Shea. And I quote: "His amaretto eclair is so sinful, it will send you scurrying to your local padre for absolution."
Frasier: Uh, no, thank you, Gil. I'm on a diet.
Gil: Oh, come now! You know you want it.

Quote from Frasier

Frasier: Oh, my God! Well, close the record books. That was just the dullest three hours in the history of the Frasier Crane Show!
Roz: Oh, come on. It wasn't so bad. What about that woman who was so concerned about her appearance she wouldn't leave the house?
Frasier: That was a commercial! I believe Miss Clairol solved the problem.