In short, Frasier (the show, italicized) was pretty gay, even if Frasier (the character, non-italicized) was always 100% hetero.
Over its 11 seasons, Frasier touched on gay topics a few times. First, there's the Season 2 episode 'The Matchmaker', in which Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) is romanced by his gay station manager (the hunky Eric Lutes), and lastly, there 's the Season 1 episode 'The Doctor Is Out,' in which Frasier is publicly (and incorrectly) outed as gay.
However, it's the fourth-season episode 'The Impossible Dream' that might be the most interesting to talk about in terms of the overall vibe of the show. In it, Frasier has a recurring sexual dream about his coworker, Gil Chesterton (the openly gay Edward Hibbert). Sitcom hilarity ensues, but so does more introspection than we see from most TV characters.
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