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September 16, 1993
Twenty one years ago today the pilot episode of Frasier aired. I felt the need to make this sappy, probably unnecessary post about this show and my love for it. It aired a couple years before I was born and I of course didn’t begin watching for a while until I was old enough to understand the humor. That still doesn’t change the way I feel about the show. I fell in love soon after I started watching, and I mean like minutes after I started watching, honestly. My first “big” purchase was the dvd box set. That summer I discovered it, I was completely consumed. I fell so in love with every aspect of it. The show became a sort of outlet for me. It was something I could always turn to to cheer me up and I still do. Watching it now always gives me a warm feeling, it’s like after watching it so much these characters became like a second family to me, as cliche or cheesy as it may sound. I know I always have Frasier to rely on when I need something to pick me up, to help me out. This show has gotten me through a lot and I has inspired me in many different ways. I’m just very thankful that this show exists and I honestly wouldn’t be the very person I am today without it.
Line of succession to the ♦ British throne.
What if the Disney Princesses were colorized the same way they are colorized in their merchandise?
IT’S IN ENGLISH! I GET IT NOW!
THANK. YOU. SO. MUCH.
I’m still really upset and angry. He did it once, the camera happened to be on him, he did it once and I think it’s the funniest joke that’s ever been on our show. - Michael Schur (x)
Never gets old