|Frasier desperately wants to read his book but Martin annoys him|
|Season 1, Episode 2|
|Air date||September 23, 1993|
|Written by||Sy Dukane & Denise Moss|
|Directed by||James Burrows|
|The Good Son||Dinner At Eight|
Dear God. It Wasn't A DreamEdit
After Martin and his physical therapist Daphne move in to his apartment, Frasier struggles with the loss of his personal space and his tensions with Martin. Daphne, Martin, and Frasier share their first day together adjusting to each other. Frasier wakes up he is disturbed at having to share his morning with Daphne and Martin. Eddie continues to annoy Frasier by staring at him.
The Best Laid Plans...Edit
After work Frasier comes home to find the apartment completely empty, he is able to only enjoy a few seconds by himself before Daphne, Martin and Eddie come home. Frasier and Martin then argue about being in each other's space. Frasier leaves and goes to Café Nervosa, when Niles comes in, and tells Niles about how he and Martin are in each other's space. Frasier is thinking of getting Martin and Daphne their own apartment, but Niles tells him to try to work things out with Martin
A Coupla White Guys Sittin' 'Round Talkin'Edit
Frasier comes home and tries to work things out with his father but his talk with his father doesn't go as planned. Frasier doesn't think things are working out and tries to tell his dad that maybe he should live elsewhere, but Martin says that he isn't going to go anywhere, he tells Frasier that becoming closer takes time and that it doesn't happen over a couple of days. They decide to give it another try.