The fourth episode of the rebooted Frasier was about Dr. Frasier Crane coming to terms with the high-risk job his son Freddy is involved in. He eventually has a conversation with him to understand his son better. Freddy was also intrigued to see his father’s trying to involve himself in his life. The next episode will further discuss Frasier’s life in Boston and how he is managing to make the most of it.
Who Gets The Invitation To The Founders’ Society Party?
Frasier was distressed because his colleagues Alan and Olive were always invited to faculty parties, while he had been kept away. He feels his persona, and the fact that students love his classes could be the reason for the jealousy emanating from the teaching staff. Dr. Frasier happens to be a celebrity and was known to be the star of many parties up until then. Alan and Olive were excited about such gatherings, and both revealed their invitation to the Harvard Founder’s Society party. It is a prestigious club that invites only a certain few from the university. An invitation could mean both might be in the running to become the members of the club, which could give them many perks at the campus. Initially, Dr. Frasier is jealous after learning the news. He initially belittles the club until he receives the invitation himself.
Why Was David Taking Dating Tips From Freddy And Eve?
David arrived at Freddy’s home as Dr. Frasier and his colleagues headed out for the Harvard Founders’ Society party. David showed his interest in dating Eve, but Freddy discouraged him. Freddy and Eve have been friends for a long time. He never considered dating her because of Eve’s past relationship with his deceased best friend.
David asks Eve out in an embarrassing manner. He was the type of guy who had a hard time conversing with women in general. Eve and Freddy took it upon themselves to help him make small talk with the opposite sex. David was glad to be receiving help from Freddy because he was under the impression that his cousin might have dated many women in the past. It was Eve who broke the illusion around Freddy’s life. The narrative was probably added to preempt the idea that Eve and Freddy might date each other in the future. Freddy could be harboring some feelings for her, but the tragic history could be the reason why he was not asking Eve out.
Will David Ask A Girl Out?
David had a hard time understanding how to ask a girl out, despite Eve and Freddy going out of their way to aid him with conversational topics. David was a studious boy, which could be the reason why he has had limited interaction with the female gender. Eve, Freddy, and David head to a local pub, and David ends up meeting a young woman who is as awkward with interaction and conversation as David. The young boy was quick to understand that the woman was just like him and offered to take her to a bookstore without realizing that he had asked a girl out. David seems to have subconsciously imbibed all the information imparted to him by Eve and Freddy.
Who Are The Frontrunners For A Seat At The Founders’ Society?
The highlight of the episode was the Founders’ Society party that Dr. Frasier, Alan, and Olive attended to secure membership in the club. The three decide to ally with each other so that no one will be a loser. The alliance will also showcase the camaraderie that the three shared, which could be an added advantage as it was understood that none of the faculty at the university got along with each other. Dr. Frasier, Alan, and Olive were desperate for the spot because there could be incidental benefits to it. The legacy of being a part of the distinguished club will remain a part of their academic career.
The duo, Alan and Dr. Frasier, have had a history of being removed from prestigious clubs during their college days in Oxford. Frasier wanted to make sure Alan did not do a repeat show. Alan was an irresponsible person, which could be noticed as he did not show as much interest in teaching as Frasier did. His tenure was the reason why he remained laidback all the time. Frasier knew Alan was only keen to join the club so he could access vintage whiskies.
Frasier and Olive, on the other hand, were serious about securing the two seats. Olive always wanted to reach a position of power because she had a competitive streak going on with her only sister. Frasier was used to the fame coming his way, and since he was a renowned personality, he was under the impression he deserved a spot in the club. The frontrunner for the spot at the Harvard Founders’ Society was Olive, and she was given the choice to nominate either Alan or Dr. Frasier.
How Did Dr. Frasier Get Into The Harvard Founders’ Society?
Dr. Frasier was more desperate than Alan because he felt he would receive a sense of belonging in the club if he was ever given membership. All these years, he never thought he belonged to one place in general. His fame took him everywhere, but he could not return to the one city that he considered his. He was back in Boston after years, and he had an inherent need to make this city his own. The membership of the club could fulfill that part. Even though Alan tries to make him understand that this could be the age where he can choose to live a laid-back life, Dr. Frasier’s quest to aspire greater things had not ceased yet. Acquiring membership in the Harvard Founder’s Society could lead him toward his goal. Alan politely walks away from the race because he understands this means a lot more to Frasier. Alan was a true friend and was happy for Frasier when he was inducted into the club. Frasier finally achieved what he wanted, and even though it might come across as silly, his quirkiness made him a dynamic personality.