Woody is looking for a roommate since his rent is being raised. He finds Terry Gardner - a she, not a he - who, despite her gender, he thinks is perfect, especially since she's from Indiana. But as quickly as Terry moves in, she moves out as she reconciles with her jealous husband, Cutter, who just happens to be a hot tempered old acquaintance of Woody's from back home. Woody has to decide if he will confess to jealous and large Cutter about living with his wife. Meanwhile, Lilith is taking singing lessons as she wants to be able to serenade Frederick, a task at which Frasier scoffs. She may make Frasier eat his words. Elsewhere, Rebecca reads in the society column that Robin's other girlfriend, Jeanne-Marie, the chargé d'affaires with the French consulate, is in town to attend a gala Franco-American ball. Rebecca, jealous, asks Sam to attend to the ball to spy on Jeanne-Marie and report back to her. He does so. In fact, he ends up sleeping with Jeanne-Marie in what he considers the ...
Did You Know?
In the cold open, Frasier talks about Lilith taking singing lessons and alludes to her terrible singing abilities. In reality, Bebe Neuwirth (Lilith) is a famed broadway performer. See more
When Cliff is being chased up the stairs by Cutter, Cliff slows down at the top of the stairs due to the fact that there is no place for him to go. See more
I'm advertising for a roommate. My landlord just raised my rent.
Why don't you just move?
Are you kidding, I love my neighborhood. It's so quiet there. Especially since the gangs started using silencers.
References The Jazz Singer
Written by Lew Brown
, Ray Henderson
and Buddy G. DeSylva
Performed by Bebe Neuwirth See more