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Old 09-08-2017, 02:11 PM   #291 (permalink)
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Pfft you missed my sarcasm like who really watches that show to associate Dr. Crane with it.
**** you, twat disease. I loved Frasier. I cared when Niles and Daphne finally got together. I cared.
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Old 09-08-2017, 05:21 PM   #292 (permalink)
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Pfft you missed my sarcasm like who really watches that show to associate Dr. Crane with it.


In America only, 33 million viewers for the first and last seasons, and pretty consistently between that (lowest was just under 20 mill for season 9). Also won 37 Primetime Emmys. Yeah, just a little show tucked away that nobody ever heard of.
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In America only, 33 million viewers for the first and last seasons, and pretty consistently between that (lowest was just under 20 mill for season 9). Also won 37 Primetime Emmys. Yeah, just a little show tucked away that nobody ever heard of.
Grew up with Frasier. Was like a second Friends tbh. And that should mean as much as it means to all of you who know who you are.
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In America only, 33 million viewers for the first and last seasons, and pretty consistently between that (lowest was just under 20 mill for season 9). Also won 37 Primetime Emmys. Yeah, just a little show tucked away that nobody ever heard of.
I didn't say nobody ever heard of it but it's still a piece of **** show up there with Everybody Loves Raymond, Friends and Seinfeld. How many times have we said on this forum that popularity doesn't mean quality.

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**** you, twat disease. I loved Frasier. I cared when Niles and Daphne finally got together. I cared.
I don't care it was a garbage show. What were you doing watching that show at your age anyways? Boring piece of ****.
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Another fictional Crane - not a psychiatrist, but the titular hero of a tv series. This one is surely obscure ( with or without sarcasm) :-

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I don't care it was a garbage show. What were you doing watching that show at your age anyways? Boring piece of ****.
Cause I ****ing loved it, cocksucker.
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What was he on that show? A stuntman? An undercover cop?
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He was a tough businessman/small time crook with a soft heart, and the prog was clearly inspired by the film Casablanca. Have you seen that movie, dj?

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I didn't say nobody ever heard of it but it's still a piece of **** show up there with Everybody Loves Raymond, Friends and Seinfeld. How many times have we said on this forum that popularity doesn't mean quality.




I don't care it was a garbage show. What were you doing watching that show at your age anyways? Boring piece of ****.
Nah, **** it. You're not even worth arguing with. Just cos you don't like it doesn't make it garbage.
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