Gabriella Paiella spent the pandemic watching all 264 episodes of Frasier. "During my Frasier journey, I found myself asking certain questions time and time again," she says. "Will Frasier ever stop getting hoisted by his own petard? How did the dog who plays Eddie become such a good actor? Why is this fake National cover of the Frasier theme song better than every other National song? God, Niles is so horny. (More of a comment than a question.) And, most importantly: How the hell did Frasier afford his apartment? My fixation on Frasier’s apartment can probably be chalked up to the fact that, as with a sitcom character, a disproportionately large percentage of my life was taking place within my home. A spacious bachelor pad with three bedrooms and three bathrooms was looking extra good, as were the soothing beige tones of the 1990s. I’m hardly the only one taken with Frasier’s space. Fans make floor plans and Zoom backgrounds and suggest Lego sets in homage to it. For the show’s 25th anniversary, in 2018, the interior design service Modsy even drew up a digital rendering of what Frasier’s apartment might look like in the present day. (Here’s hoping the revival will go for something a little less severe.) While characters living in unrealistically spacious apartments is a sitcom mainstay, the extravagance of Frasier’s apartment is central to the show, rather than an incidental."