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Frasier was an NBC sitcom which ran from 1993 until 2004. A spin-off of Cheers, it focused on psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane, his new career as a radio therapist, and his family and co-workers. The show often used celebrities to voice radio callers.
- In the third season episode "Look Before You Leap," Frasier and his producer Roz Doyle are volunteering at a PBS pledge drive. Roz, who is answering telephones, remarks (apparently to a small child) "No, Lamb Chop's not here. Big Bird isn't here either. What are you doing up so late? Oh. Do you have your mommy's credit card handy?"
- In the seventh season episode "The Dog That Rocks the Cradle," Alice's playthings include Elmo and Cookie Monster dolls.
- In the seventh season episode "The Dark Side of the Moon," Daphne complains she is overworked, saying that her boss, Frasier, "keeps her in stitches," to which he responds "Wocka Wocka!"
- In the eleventh season episode "Caught in the Act," Frasier and Roz wait at a children's bookstore signing. The shelves include Sesame Street books, most visibly I Like School, as well as The Four Seasons and Happy and Sad, Grouchy and Glad.
- Jason Biggs played Dr. Hauck in "Goodnight, Seattle" (2004)
- Matthew Broderick voiced Mark in "She's the Boss" (1995)
- Blair Brown played Jill in "Shrink Rap" (1995)
- Mel Brooks voiced Tom in "Miracle on Third or Fourth Street" (1993)
- Dan Castellaneta played Brad in the episode "Maris Returns" (2003)
- Robbie Coltrane played Michael Moon in "Goodnight, Seattle" (2004)
- Laura Dern played June in "Sleeping with the Enemy" (1995)
- Kelsey Grammer played Dr. Frasier Crane
- Edward Hibbert played Gil Chesterton (1994-2004)
- Ron Howard voiced Stephen in in "Good Samaritan" (1999)
- David Hyde Pierce played Dr. Niles Crane
- Judith Ivey voiced Lorraine in "I Hate Frasier Crane" (1993)
- James Earl Jones played Norman Royster in "Roz's Krantz & Gouldenstein Are Dead" (1997)
- Nathan Lane played Phil in "Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice..." (1995)
- Jane Lynch played Cynthia in "A Lilith Thanksgiving" (1996)
- William H. Macy voiced Ralph in "Good Samaritan" (1999)
- Virginia Madsen played Cassandra Stone in four episodes (1999)
- Brian Stokes Mitchell played Cam Winston in three episodes (2002)
- Megan Mullally played Beth Armstrong in "Four for the Seesaw" (1997)
- Brittany Murphy played Olsen in "Give Him the Chair!" (1994)
- Bebe Neuwirth played Dr. Lilith Sternin (1994-2003)
- Rhea Perlman played Carla Tortelli LeBec in "Cheerful Goodbyes (2002)
- Ben Stiller played Barry in "Miracle on Third or Fourth Street" (1993)
- Lisa Waltz played Tricia in two episodes
- Wendy Wasserstein voiced Linda in "Head Game" (1996)
- Paxton Whitehead played Dr. Campbell in "A Lilith Thanksgiving" (1996)
- Rita Wilson played Hester Crane in "Momma Mia" (1999) and "Don Juan in Hell" (2001)