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hen Roz is depressed about her love-life, Frasier advises her to look for a less-flashy, more substantial kind of man. He is alarmed when she starts dating one of Niles's patients, a compulsive womanizer. Frasier can't tell her the truth without violating doctor-patient confidentiality, but his oblique hints about the subject lead Roz to conclude that Frasier is romantically interested in her.

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