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This essay will be broken up into three parts 1 The analysis of the program 2 Whom does it amuse and 3 What techniques does it use to amuse its audienceThe television program that Im going to be talking about is one that I often find myself watching The program Frasier is one of those programs that once you start watching it really keeps you entertained throughout the entire show It is a comedy and one of the better ones shown on television Why is it a comedy or what makes it such a good comedy These are often questions asked by people My family has watched Frasier for a number of years and we are still as fond of it as when we first started watching it As the quote a comedy of rueful recognition brilliantly played by Emmy-winner Grammar and the rest of the cast Washington Post says it is really a brilliant comedy1To start off with a little background to the program will be given for those of us that arent too familiar with it Kelsey Grammer stars as Dr Frasier Crane a successful Boston psychiatrist who moved to Seattle to get a fresh start on life He is the host off a Seattle advice talk show The twice divorced Doctors peaceful home got turned upside down when his father an ex-cop was injured in the line of duty which forced him to move in with his son Frasier Marten his father played by John Makoney brought with him a semi-psychic live-in home-care provider Daphne Moon played by Jane Leaves his pesky Jack-Russell terrier Eddie and a duct-taped recliner that clashed with Frasiers more aesthetically pleasing Earnes and Wassily chairs Frasiers snobbish and competitive brother Niles played by David Hyde Pierce a recently divorced fellow psychiatrist often visits them At work his slightly jaded producer single parent Roz Doyle played by Pere Gilpin supports Frasier For his talk show he uses his
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