Together, they shared their progress on reducing maternal and infant mortality, as well as the work that still needs to be done.“Public-private partnerships are one of the most promising ways to help stop the tragedy of women dying giving life,” said Mr.
Frazier, who noted that although has pledged $500 million over 10 years to help eradicate maternal mortality, more needs to be done.
“I believe that these commitments must go beyond dollars, important as funding is,” he said.
[Fade out.] [Scene 2 - A fancy restaurant (Chez Henri? [He sits in the chair that the waiter has placed on the side of the table. [He exits.] Martin: So Fras, tell everybody about that new antique you picked up today. The waiter approaches.] Frasier: Oh, yes, excuse me, if I could get a place setting, that would be lovely. [An elderly man, the restaurant owner, rises from his table.] Owner: [announcing] Welcome everyone! Bottomsley follows.] Frasier: Well, what shall we two bachelors do this evening, Mr.
[Niles smiles, irritated but tolerant, at Frasier.] Maitre d': All we have is a table for four. This one's always on my lap after the second drink anyway. [He leads them to their table.] Frasier: You know, there's really no need to go to all this trouble. [They all respond with "Oh, no," "Don't be silly," etc.] Frasier: All right, um, Well, um... A bruschetta for you, a bruschetta for your love, and so on. [They all agree with the suggestion.] Waiter: Very good. [They all agree warmly.] Frasier: All right, listen, all of you just knock it off.
Bottomsley gives Frasier an alarmed, warning look.] I'm just teasing.
Niles comes down the stairs with some apparently unopened dress shirts.] Niles: Mrs. Crane ask you to buy them for me, because I already have shirts just like these. Gablyczyck: [heavy eastern European accent] No, no, after I wash, I pin them and wrap in plastic. Frasier: I don't want to go out with somebody I'm not interested in. That way you'll be ready when Miss Right comes along, and Ann Hodges is a born placeholder. My cousin's in town, why don't you help me show her the city? Very valuable if it has the original glass, which mine does. It's got lights all around the edges, and it has three settings. And now, we hope that all you loving couples out there will help celebrate our happiness by joining us in a dance. As the dance continues, Frasier gestures refusal of the booster seat and begins to stew in self-pity. I talked to her, and she really thought you were cute and sweet and... ) The party of Niles, Daphne, Martin, Ronee, and Frasier are waiting at the counter to be seated.] Niles: [over fade-in] Reservation for Crane. It is "too low," and the table is about on the level of Frasier's chest.] Frasier: I'm sorry, do you have anything higher? Frasier: Well, it's-it's a late Regency fruitwood mirror. Martin: If you like mirrors, you should see the one Ronee's got in her dressing room. 42 years ago tonight, I married my beautiful Theresa. A waiter comes out of the kitchen with a child's booster seat, which he offers to Frasier as another waiter bumps Frasier on the way back to the kitchen. Gablyczyck, is meticulously cleaning a lampshade with a penknife.