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First Do No Harm (1998)

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Martin has arranged for Frasier to meet up again with Duke's daughter, Marie , whom he first met when they were both children. Frasier is pleasantly surprised at how beautiful she has become, and enjoys having dinner with her, but cannot help noticing that she has some neurotic tendencies. She meticulously arranges her cutlery and food, and avoids even looking at the balcony owing to acrophobia. Later on, she tells him in great detail about a recurring dream she has. When Frasier relates these idiosyncrasies to Niles, his brother posits the suggestion that Marie is attracted to him because of his psychiatric expertise. Frasier is indignant, but cannot get the idea out of his mind, and later finds his suspicions confirmed, causing him to break up with Marie. Martin is angry, fearing the possible repercussions on his friendship with Duke, and Niles suggests Frasier give the relationship another chance. This he does, but Marie's recurring dream is still exercising his mind, causing Niles to change his opinion about the source of the problem.


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