Martin Quote #1206
Niles: What's happening?
Frasier: It's a machine. It's asking me to enter my six-digit access code. What'll I do?
Martin: Why don't you just punch in whatever keys spell out "SNOBBY"?
Niles: You know, it might be worth a try.
Quote from Frasier
Daphne: So what kind of hoity toity place did it end up being?
Frasier: It was a hell hole! They had the nerve to call it a day spa, when it's nothing more than a mere front for a bona fide luxury spa which taunts those kept at bay outside its golden door.
Martin: If you didn't go in, how do you know it's better?
Frasier: It had to be! The door was gold, ours was only silver. Gold is better than silver.
Niles: [muttering] Stupid silver.
Quote from Frasier
[As Frasier carries Niles through the supposed "Platinum Door" of the spa:]
Frasier: [gasps] Niles! Healing warmth and light! It must be a magnificent solarium.
Niles: Goodbye sweet and edible facials, hello radiant life-givingsun!
[On the other side, which is revealed to be nothing more than an alley behind the spa:]
Niles: It's beautiful. It's beautiful.
Frasier: Yes. This is where we belong.
Niles: Do you smell garbage?
Frasier: Oh dear, Niles. I don't think this is part of the spa. [banging on the door] Hello! Hello! Anyone in the relaxation grotto!
Niles: Frasier, look at all those bees.
Frasier: Bees? Niles! Our sweet and edible facials! Run!
Quote from The Two Mrs. Cranes
Niles: So, now you've met the whole Crane clan.
Clive: Although, Daphne, I noticed in the phone book your surname still is Moon.
Niles: Oh, that must be an old book. Now she hyphenates. It's Moon-Crane.
Martin: I remember the first time I ever drove a moon crane. Damn near rolled it into the Sea of Tranquility.
Quote from The Good Son
Delivery Man: Where do you want it?
Martin: Where's the TV?
Niles: It's in that credenza.
Martin: Point it at that.
Delivery Man: What about this chair?
Niles: The chair? Here, let me get it out of your way.
Frasier: Niles. Niles, be careful with that! That's a Wassily! Oh. Dad, as dear as I'm sure this piece is to you, I just don't think it goes with anything here.
Martin: I know. It's eclectic.