I didnt see a Frasier thread so I looked back a few pages and still didnt see one, so I apologize if this is a duplicate thread.
Which leads me to the point of this thread, the series ends tonight and not many people are talking about it.
Why do you feel that the series finale of Frasier seems to have received 1/100th the attention of the "Friends" finale?
The charecter of Dr. Frasier Crane is the longest running charecter in sitcom history - the good Dr. having been on tv in some form for the last 20 years. And Frasier was on the air one year longer than "Friends" and acheived similar ratings and won a wheelbarrow full of Emmys.
Was the "Friends-mania" just larger than life or did Frasier touch a different type of target audience that prefers a more subtle and boutique type of send-off?
The "Friends" finale is a tough act to follow - its like going to a kegger party the day after New Years. Yeah its nice, but you were just there and still have the hangover.
(again I apologize if this is a dupe thread)