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Frasier is planning his Victorian Christmas party at home, and is trying to keep it a secret at KACL, having only invited Roz out of his work colleagues. He has also invited Cam Winston, deciding to call their feud to a temporary halt. Daphne is having an awkward time, as Frasier does not remember what he said under the influence of his painkillers, and Niles does not yet realize that she knows his feelings. He, meanwhile, has to offer his condolences in person to Maris after her old gardener, Yoshi dies, but Frasier advises him not to tell Mel. She eventually finds out and is very angry, so he does his best to talk her round. Frasier's Christmas party is a disaster, and it does not take long for him to find out why: Cam Winston is holding a rival party in his apartment, and poaching all Frasier's guests. Daphne panics when she learns that Niles and Mel have broken up, and still more when she overhears Frasier in the kitchen advising Niles to "make his feelings clear to her" (not knowing that he means Maris).
The episode was included on the Frasier: The Complete 7th Season, released by Paramount Home Entertainment on November 15, 2005.
- "Miracle on Third or Fourth Street
- "Frasier Grinch"
- "Perspectives on Christmas"
- "Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz"
- "Mary Christmas"
- "We Two Kings"
- "High Holidays"