frasier's curse (5) where sunny got me

Frasier opens the door to Roz who is dressed elegantly in a long black dress, has her hair done up and beautiful make up across her face. Frasier is wearing a T-shirt.
Roz: Just how is this thing tonight?
Frasier: Roz, I'm so sorry, I completely forgot to call and tell you that we're not going.
Roz: Wait a second. I found a babysitter at the last minute. I got a new dress, I Michelle to do my hair and just spent the last hour listening to this hefty lady describing her bladder operation just I could get a free makeover. And now you're saying we're not going.
Frasier: Roz, I can't go. You see, I have a curse on my head.
Niles: He thinks the fates are conspiring to him at every reunion.
Martin: Oh come on, you don't really believe that, do you?

Frasier: All right, let's the evidence. Daphne, would you assist me please. This is my school newsletter. The Price Academy Crier.
Niles: Which co-incidentally was Frasier's the first year he was there.
Frasier: Go to page eight. Scott Alexander, what's he been ?
Daphne: Wife, kids, has his own computer software . Who else? Patsy Curds? Mother of three, successful physician, has invented a drug that may aid in the of cancer.
Frasier: Won't they go green with envy when I top them all with this story of my life. Frasier Crane, , unemployed and living with his father. He spends his days scrubbing his oven and is anxiously awaiting his upcoming tooth cleaning.

Martin: Now, now, Frasier. Everyone has their ups and downs. You know, for all we know that cure for cancer didn't either.
Niles: One can only hope, dad.
Daphne: I bet if you just went in there with a sunny attitude, you'd have a good time.
Frasier: No, I tried sunny last time, you know where it got me? Table 97. Singing "Good-bye my Connie Island Baby" with the Checkmates.
Roz: Well, maybe this time will be different.
Frasier: That's the mistake I always make. that this year it will be different. That I can beat the curse, it's because it you think you can beat it but you can't. So, Roz, I apologize, I'll make this up to you some day. But right now, I'm going to go down to the store and run a little for my friend Eddie. And then I'm coming back home and spending the evening with Daphne, doing some light housework and listening to my new psychoanalysis tape: "Depression, Anxiety and Death."
Daphne: Now who's cursed.