The second season of Frasier originally aired from September 20, 1994 to May 23, 1995 on NBC.
Frasier discovers that an old acquaintance from Boston has written a steamy romance novel that includes an incident from Frasier's life, an affair with his piano teacher when he was only 17. Fearing the exposure could embarrass his teacher, Frasier pays her a visit and finds she's not quite what he expected.
After Eddie impregnates a neighbor's dog, it's decided it's time for Eddie to get neutered. As Niles and Frasier try to catch Eddie, he flees out the door and into Seattle.
Frasier sets up a date for Daphne with the new station manager, Tom, unaware that Tom is gay and believes he's actually dating Frasier.
With Niles unsure he's ready for the responsibilities of fatherhood, he takes to carrying a ten-pound sack of flour around Seattle to simulate a child.
Niles and Frasier can't bring themselves to tell Martin that they're investors in the group tearing down his favorite bar.
Frasier's advice to a caller prompts criticism after he offends all of Seattle. To get back in their good graces, Frasier agrees to emcee a charity benefit, which in true Crane style only leads to further calamity.
Frasier agrees to make a television commercial for his candidate of choice in a local election, only to learn some very distressing information moments before they film.
Frasier takes a date to Bora Bora...and runs into an unexpected person.
Frasier makes a fool of himself in Bora Bora, obsessed with one-upping Lilith.
While visiting Maris at the hospital (she's having a face-lift), Frasier finds Martin's old partner Artie. He convinces Martin, who hasn't spoken with Artie in years, to patch up their differences.
Frasier calls in a plumber who just happens to be Danny Kriezel, the bully who terrorized Niles back in high school.
Roz accepts an offer from Bulldog to produce his sports show, ignoring Frasier's protests that Bulldog's only trying to seduce Roz.
Martin tries to solve a case he's been unable to close for years: the "Weeping Lotus" murder, involving a prostitute, a cop and a monkey.
A conniving man steals Frasier's briefcase, then goes around Seattle impersonating Frasier.
Frasier agrees to write an introduction to a new book by a pop psychologist. After reading the book, Frasier realizes he can't endorse it, but he's so attracted to Dr. Honey he can't find a way to turn her down.
Frasier's old friend from Boston, Sam Malone, drops in on Frasier with a problem: he was supposed to be married the day before and couldn't go through with it. Frasier believes he can solve all of Sam's problems, until he meets his fiancé.
Daphne decides to move out of the Crane residence after Frasier continually invades the privacy of her room.
Niles and Frasier sabotage each other's chances for acceptance into Seattle's prestigious Empire Club.
Frasier becomes convinced a crazy fan is stalking him and hires a female bodyguard to protect him at the Sea Bee broadcasting awards.
Frasier realizes that his father has never told Frasier he loves him, so Frasier tags along with Niles and Martin on an ice-fishing trip to try to get closer to his father.
Niles takes up a sword to fence for Maris' honor after a caller to Frasier's show gives Frasier the idea that Maris is having an affair with her fencing instructor.
On Bebe's advice, Frasier stages a "sick-out" to finagle a pay raise. After the station paints over his parking space, cleans out his cubicle and auditions replacements, Frasier demands that Bebe negotiate. Of course with Bebe, negotiations are never simple.
Frasier and Niles open their own restaurant, "Les Frères Heureux" (The Happy Brothers). When Opening Night arrives, everything that can go wrong does.
Martin's birthday finds everyone in a bad mood. Daphne and Martin are arguing, Niles loses a patient because of Frasier, etc. A citywide power outage does nothing to soothe jangled nerves. Frasier uses his professional training to help bring everyone together.