Frasier is a spin off from the programme, Cheers.
In Frasier the character of Daphne Moon is English, Jane Leeves herself was born in England, as well as John Mahoney.
Kelsey Grammar is the person singing the lyrics for the theme tune.
The producer for this programme, Christopher Lloyd, is often confused with the Christopher Lloyd from Taxi and the Back to the Future Trilogy.
The first ever title card reads "The Job"
The first caller to Frasier's radio show is called "Bob"
The first ever order at cafe nervosa by Frasier is two cafe latte supremos.
When Niles cleans the chair with the hankercheif. This was James Burrows' idea to add a more fussiness to the character of Niles.
Frasier's doorbell has a different sound in this episode.
Delivery Man:: Cleto Augusto, who plays the delivery man Leo, also played the delivery man in the last episode 'Goodnight Seattle' and apart from the main cast, is the only person to appear in both the first and last episode.
Daphne: I'm a resident alien here from England. You know, the country that used to own you people.
Frasier: My wife had left me, which was very painful. Then she came back to me, which was excruciating.
Niles: ...I heard your show today.
Niles: You know what I think about pop psychiatry.
Frasier: Yes, I know what you think about everything. When was the last time you had an unexpressed thought?
Niles: I'm having one now.
Frasier: Maris is like the sun, except without the warmth.
Niles: Well then, we're agreed on what to do with dad...Golden Acres, we care so you don't have to.
Frasier: It says that?
Niles: Well it might as well.
Martin: I call him Eddie spaghetti
Daphne: Oh, does he like pasta?
Martin: No he has worms
Frasier: Niles you don't still have those brochures from those rest homes do you?
Niles: Of course I do, don't forget Maris is 5 years older than I am.