Please say this is true. C’mon. Do it. It would be incredible!
Or, as a sophisticated French person eating caviar before attending the opera would say, “incroyable!”
Some sitcoms just need to keep going.
In less than 24 hours, the painful reality of a live-action ‘Aladdin’ hitting the silver screen in a few months sans the late, incomparable Robin Williams was relieved–in the form of an appropriate mind game—with the news from
Dr. Kelsey Grammer regarding a ‘Frasier’ revival. And what’s encouraging is that it sounds like the original cast and possibly some original writers, with the exception of the late John Mahoney, may be on board to tell a genuinely exciting new chapter of the amazing NBC sitcom that ended in 2004. Frasier Crane
We all want more of this.
“Wish me luck.”
These were the final words spoken on the ‘Frasier’ series finale. Hopefully, there will be another series finale in the future.
Upon hearing the news of a potential ‘Frasier’ revival from the man himself, we’re all wishing him and that small group of people luck on bringing ‘Frasier’ back on the air again.
“To be or not to be: That is the question.”
The actual question today is whether the world will be gifted a ‘Frasier’ reboot? Let’s find out from a pretty good source, plus a sneak peek into Kelsey Grammer’s new Netflix film with Kristen Bell titled ‘Like Father.’
One thing’s for certain:
A ‘Frasier’ reboot would cure nostalgia’s ever-present pull whilst leading viewers into the future.
Kelsey Grammer is the quintessential sitcom actor. But the crazy thing is that Kelsey Grammer was not that far off from not being a beloved TV star, as revealed in a recent chat with Conan O’Brien.
Speaking as a Kelsey Grammer fan, I’m not quite sure if the role of the smuggling badass named Han Solo would have been right for the actor best known as Frasier Crane. On the other hand, Mr. Grammer is a brilliant actor with a wide-range of talent (ie – Boss on Starz several years back).
I’ll need a few more (par)secs to decide.
The psychology of sleeping is funny.
As Daylight Savings approaches this Sunday, it’s essential that we are getting all the sleep we can these days. Some nights we fall right to sleep, while other nights can involve a lot of staring into the darkness for no particular reason or effectiveness. The latter is (hopefully) a very rare occurrence. But still, why does it happen? Was it something we ate? Something we drank? Are we cognitively consumed with something important, either consciously or unconsciously?
Might be time to consult a psychiatrist (or two).
Don’t forget to turn off the lights, set your alarm, and to kick-out your annoying TV brother who is spending the night.