"Hey baby, I hear the blues a-callin', tossed salad and scrambled eggs." Who can forget the classic theme song to one of the funniest sitcoms on TV? Take this quiz to see what else you remember about Frasier, Niles, Daphne and Roz.
Frasier aired for 11 seasons, from 1993-2004.
Between "Cheers" and the spinoff "Frasier," Grammer played the character Frasier Crane for 20 consecutive years.
Eddie Murphy's concert film "Eddie Murphy: Raw" raked in a whopping $50 million at the box office.
Frasier and Niles were named after two lab rats their mom was using in an experiment when she was pregnant with Frasier.
Frasier becomes a regular at The Fox and Whistle but gets thrown out of it for making fun of England.
Bob Bulldog Briscoe works at KACL radio station as host of the "Gonzo Sports Show."
Niles has been married three times, to Maris, Mel and then Daphne.
Kudrow lost the role because she couldn't come across as "forceful" enough, so the character Roz went to Gilpin. Kudrow went on to play the role of Phoebe on "Friends," so it all worked out for her, too.
Cleto Augusto played the deliveryman who drops off Martin Crane's easy chair in the first episode and takes it away in the final episode.
Mahoney and Gilpin each appeared as different characters on "Cheers" during the show's final season.
Frasier attended Harvard University and the University of Oxford; Niles attended Yale University and the University of Cambridge.
Daphne was born in Manchester, England, and moved to Seattle to start a new life.
Niles is madly in love with Daphne, who is oblivious to his secret affection.
The writers made sure that Frasier reiterated that he missed Frederick in the pilot episode.
Roz was named as a tribute to Roz Doyle, producer of the television series "Wings," who died from breast cancer in 1991.
Of course it's Maris Crane, Niles' first wife.
Kirstie Alley was the only one of the "Cheers" main actors to not make an appearance on "Frasier," possibly because the psychiatric profession conflicts with her beliefs as a Scientologist.
Believe it or not, it was Eddie the dog that got the most mail.
Her family got rich from urinal cakes, but she tells people they made their fortune from timber.
Obviously Grammer was nominated on "Cheers" and "Frasier," but he also made an Emmy-nominated guest appearance as Frasier Crane on "Wings."
The title "Goodnight, Seattle" is based on Frasier's signature radio sign-off.
The baby is named David in honor of one of the show's creators, David Angell, who was killed in the 9/11 attacks.
"Cheers" had more episodes but not by many. "Cheers" had a total of 275 episodes, while "Frasier" ended up with 264.
"Frasier" took home 37 Emmys, including five for outstanding comedy series.
Kevin Bacon, Billy Crystal, Stephen King and Halle Berry were among the famous callers to Frasier's radio show.
Grammer is actually tied with James Arness, who played Marshal Matt Dillon in "Gunsmoke" for 20 years.
John Mahoney was born in Blackpool in Lancashire, England, but grew up in Manchester, England.
He was nominated 11 years in a row and took home the Emmy four times.
Frasier accepts a job in San Francisco, but we learn that he's actually flown to Chicago to follow his girlfriend Charlotte, played by Laura Linney.
Frasier was nominated for a total of 272 different awards and took home 130, including a slew of Emmys, Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild awards.