In the sixth season of Frasier, Frasier finally begins to believe that his life is going smoothly, for once. The rug is soon pulled out from under him when the radio station changes its format to a salsa -- leaving him without a job in "Good Grief." Much of this season's first half follows a thoroughly disconcerted Frasier as he goes back and forth between pining after his former job and searching for a new one. Though he is eventually hired back, the rest of the season is hardly an easy path. Niles' long-standing attraction to Daphne leaves him lonelier and more confused after she becomes romantically involved with his divorce lawyer (Saul Rubinek) in a few episodes including "Visions of Daphne" and "Decoys." Martin has his own romantic ups and downs in "Our Parents Ourselves" and Frasier, who has switched his focus from his woes with KACL to deciding which of the two women he is currently dating makes a better candidate for a long-term relationship in "When a Man Loves Two Women." Notable guest stars include Teri Hatcher in "First Do No Harm" and Woody Harrelson in "The Show Where Woody Shows Up."