20 Facts About NBC’s Frasier That Viewers Aren’t Likely To Know

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Creating a sitcom that’s as clever as it is laugh-out-loud funny is tricky. Indeed, it’s probably never quite been done in the same seamless manner as that of comedy classic Frasier. And while a storyline based around a radio psychiatrist might not seem like an obvious place for comedy gold to form, that’s where its writers deserve great praise. In fact, they managed to create a show that’s as refined as the Merlot Frasier sips on and as elegant as the tailor-made suits he wears.

However, despite its popularity, there are a few secrets about the show that slipped under the radar somewhat. Here, for example, are 20 facts about Frasier that even fanatical fans might not know.

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20. Good evening… Los Angeles?

Despite featuring prominently in the opening credits, being the focal point of many of the storylines and coming alive almost as another character on the show, Seattle, Washington, isn’t actually where the show was put together. In fact, most filming was done on set in Los Angeles, California, with just one episode – “The 1000th Show” – shot in the famous city.

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