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 Frasier: The Best Show to Sleep To

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PostSubject: Frasier: The Best Show to Sleep To   Thu Jul 20, 2017 5:55 am

Stumbled across this article the other day:

Why Frasier is the best show to sleep to

It puts words to ideas I've never really thought through, but seems quite accurate!  I have some other "sleep" shows--King of the Hill and Everyone Loves Raymond before they were taken off Netflix, and I tried Malcom in the Middle but it just got too wild sometimes--but Frasier has been a consistent one since I started collecting the DVDs ten years ago (and now just use Netflix, of course!).  It all makes sense when it's spelled out for me: the musicality, the subdued introduction, the fact that their problems tend to be rather silly and easily-remedied.

For the past few years it's been difficult for me to sleep with the TV on, since my wife is not a TV-sleeper, but between a pair of sleep-headphones and a little tablet PC, I've been able to pull it off again!  Woohoo!
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PostSubject: Re: Frasier: The Best Show to Sleep To   Mon Aug 14, 2017 2:26 pm

Just wait until you fall asleep, and then are rudely awoken by one of Bulldog's horns, or the episode when Frasier composes the orchestral them tune for his show!
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