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The Finale (2)
C.C. and Niles get married while Fran is in labor and find out that they are also expectant parents. Maggie and Brighton head off to Europe as the Sheffields head to California with the new twins and a new life together.

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The Finale (1)
C.C. flees after Niles proposes again. Fran runs after her and gets stuck in an elevator with her and goes into labor.

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The Baby Shower
When Libby, the Chatterbox hairdresser/fortune teller, predicts Val will hook up with Fred the pharmacist and it happens, Fran worries her prediction might come true too. Libby said she saw Maxwell in bed with a leggy blonde in Beverly Hills.

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Maggie's Wedding
Michael got a modeling job in Japan, so he proposes to Maggie so they don't have to be apart. Maxwell has a hard time accepting the fact that his little daughter has grown into a mature woman, but eventually comes to terms with Michael.

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Yetta's Letters (3)
While still shocked about finding out Niles and C.C.'s secret affair, Fran and Maxwell worry about something else: it seems like Max's biggest chance to beat Andrew Lloyd Weber at the Tonys is going to be wasted, since he can't get a decent play script and thus won't open any new shows. Fran shows him Yetta's old love letters she wrote to a waiter she met on the ship that brought her from Romania, but Maxwell doesn't think those will make a good play. The letters get accidentally sent to Andrew Lloyd Weber's office and he tries to buy the play rights for Yetta's letters, but Maxwell steps in – thanks to Sylvia's power of attorney – and opens one of the most exciting plays of the season!

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The Dummy Twins (2)
Ms. Babcock finds Niles's proposal pathetic and laughable. Fran tries to contour the situation and teaches Niles a better way for him to start things with Ms. Babcock – call her by her first name, or take her out to a romantic dinner. During the dinner, Niles gets nervous and proposes two more times. C.C. won't let it go and keeps rubbing it into his face, until Niles is fed up and decides to quit, for he can no longer live under such humiliating circumstances. Neither Fran nor Maxwell can do anything to make him stay, and even C.C.'s promise to let it go count for nothing. Finally, Niles tells C.C. she's pathetic and lonely, and will spend the rest of her life waiting for a man that will never come, until one day she looks back and sees she wasted her entire life. Niles storms out and C.C. realizes what he said is true. She decides to move on and quit too. At night, while fighting over some dummy twins the doctor gave Fran, she and Max go to Niles's room and find him and C.C. sleeping

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The Producers (1)
Niles shows Fran a script for a play he got from a friend of his. He wants to show it to Mr. Sheffield and become a producer so he can be something more than just the help. When pushed to tell why he wants to change his social status, Niles reveals to Fran he's in love with Ms. Babcock! Shocked, and yet merciful for her friend, Fran decides to take some money of her and Maxwell's joint account to finance the play. But neither Fran nor Niles have a name in the market, so they pass as C.C. and Maxwell and produce the play under Sheffield-Babcock Productions. Unfortunately, they're fined 250,000 dollars and find themselves with no solution but revealing the truth to Maxwell. Fran appeals to C.C.'s efforts to befriend with her (because Maxwell threatened to end their business partnership if she didn't solve her issues with Fran) to soft the shock. She's not so lucky with Max, who gets furious. Nevertheless, he helps them produce the play. After the premiere, Fran encourages Niles to tell h

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Ma'ternal Affairs (2)
Fran decides to do a little investigation on the man her mother is seeing, and discovers him to be a lovely man. Sylvia finds out she was at the doctor's office and breaks up with Fran.

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California Here We Come (1)
Maxwell is offered to turn one of his failed plays into a movie, and tells Fran they might be moving to California! The deal is quickly changed from a movie to a sitcom, and Fran's afraid the news is going to devastate her mother.

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The Yummy Mummy
After Fran undergoes a sonogram, Dr. Reynolds delivers some exciting news to the proud parents-to-be.

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The Fran in the Mirror
Maxwell's old college friend Rodney Pembrook is in town, and asks Maxwell to loan him one million dollars. Before they close the deal, Maxwell has to fly London for business, and Rodney takes the chance to get the money from Fran.

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The In-Law Who Came Forever
Aunt Freida decides to get back at Sylvia for not letting her sing at the wedding and buys her condo, leaving her with no place to go. Sylvia and Morty move in to the Sheffield mansion.

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The Hanukkah Story
Fran's excited about celebrating her first Hanukkah with Maxwell, only he has to drive to Boston on business, and takes C.C.

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Oh, Say, Can You Ski?
Fran's obsessed about getting pregnant, so Max decides to take her up to a ski trip in Aspen to get her mind off it a little. He arranges for them to be at the First Family's table on his gala dinner, but advices Fran about all the things she's forbidden to talk about in their presence.

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Making Whoopi (3)
Fran's devastated after hearing from Dr. Reynolds she was never pregnant at all, that it was a false positive.

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Mom's the Word (2)
Fran is very excited about her pregnancy, but worries about Maxwell's reaction since he said a baby was he last thing they needed in their lives. While trying to tell him, Fran gets upset and storms out of the house to chill her mind at Central Park.

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I'm Pregnant (1)
Fran walks in Maggie and Michael in bed together, and as she tries to cover it, Maxwell also walks in. He forbids Maggie to do that in the house, and Fran has to convince him to forgive Maggie.

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Maggie's Boyfriend
Maggie wants to bring home her new boyfriend Michael, but is afraid of how her father will behave in front of him. She asks Fran for help, but Maxwell is a little too stubborn.

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Sara's Parents
Sara's parents are visiting, and Max is afraid they might not like Fran, as he never told them about the marriage. Fran tries to do all the right things, but can't get it right.

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Once a Secretary, Always a Secretary
Brighton wants to go to Atlantic City, and after his father says no he goes to Fran for help. But Maxwell is implacable and won't give in, so Brighton plays Fran against him saying he doesn't respect her or her opinion.

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Fran Gets Shushed
When Maxwell shushes Fran on their first night together in their bedroom, she hits the roof, refusing to keep her voice down. They resolve the argument by agreeing that the key to a successful marriage is compromise, and Fran vows to be more demure while Maxwell promises to be less uptight.

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The Honeymoon's Overboard (3)
Fran and Maxwell find themselves alone in a deserted island after falling off their honeymoon yacht. While the rest of the family is worried if they're still alive, Fran and Max have to learn how to survive without the luxuries of their NY mansion.

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The Nanny is a classic American television sitcom that first aired in November 19, 1993 till June 23, 1999 on the CBS broadcast network. This popular and beloved show, which spanned six seasons and contained 146 episodes, masterfully combines elements of comedy, romance, and family dynamics into a delightful viewing experience filled with memorable moments and characters. The show primarily revolves around the life of Fran Fine, extravagantly portrayed by actress Fran Drescher. We get to meet Fran in the first episode as a middle-class woman from Flushing, Queens, New York who unexpectedly finds herself thrown into the cosmopolitan world of the Sheffield family, serving as a nanny to the three Sheffield children. Her journey starts after she experiences a streak of horrendous luck - being both dumped and subsequently fired by her long-time boyfriend - and she ends up selling cosmetics door-to-door. As fate would have it, one of the doors she knocks on belongs to none other than the wealthy, British, Broadway producer named Maxwell Sheffield, played by Charles Shaughnessy. The sharp contrast between Fran's brassy femininity, her no-nonsense approach to life, and her unique, occasionally piercing Queens accent against Maxwell's stiff-upper-lip British demeanor and upper class lifestyle results in instantaneous comedy. Even more humorous and touching is the way the Sheffield family, initially wary of Fran's flamboyant style, gradually grow accustomed to and eventually, learn to love her. Maxwell's children – Maggie (Nicholle Tom), Brighton (Benjamin Salisbury) and Grace (Madeline Zima), accept Fran as their nanny despite her unorthodox child-rearing methods, a far departure from the bevy of revolving, prim and proper nannies their father usually employed. Over the course of the show, the children and Fran form a powerful bond, which is both heartwarming and includes a healthy dose of humor. Also integral to the narrative of this hit sitcom is the Sheffield butler, Niles, portrayed wonderfully by Daniel Davis. Niles serves as a reliable source of humor in the series with his quick wit, his love for gossip and constant banter with Maxwell's business associate, C.C. Babcock (Lauren Lane), who is as snooty as she is hilariously out of touch with the realities of domestic life. Fran's mother, Sylvia Fine (Renée Taylor), her eccentric grandmother Yetta Rosenberg (Ann Morgan Guilbert) as well as her best friend, Val Toriello (Rachel Chagall) also add comedic color to the television series with their various quirks and frequent visits to the Sheffield residence. "One part fish-out-of-water story, one part romantic comedy, The Nanny brings together relatable situations, endearing characters, clever dialogue, and the effervescent charm of Fran Drescher in the leading role. Each episode presents new comedic challenges for Fran and the Sheffield family, reflecting the complications of melding two very different worlds – the middle-class Queens and the elite Manhattan. The Nanny strikes a perfect balance between hilarity and heartfelt moments, never shying away from exploring meaningful life lessons within the Sheffields’ unusually blended family. This smart writing and the on-screen chemistry of the cast won the hearts of viewers, firmly placing The Nanny among popular television shows of the 1990s. Throughout its run, The Nanny maintained a delightful blend of timeless family warmth juxtaposed with modern metropolitan edge. As much as it was a sitcom, the show often read like a love letter to New York City, showcasing its diversity and spirit alongside its biting humor and high fashion. With a memorable theme song that still echoes in the minds of fans, this sitcom is a testament to the 90s television golden age. In conclusion, The Nanny offers audiences an enjoyable blend of comedy, romance, and family drama. Balancing outrageous scenarios with moments of genuine emotion, it remains a classic sitcom packed with unforgettable characters, significant lessons, and — of course — plenty of laughs. Whether you're an old fan revisiting The Nanny for the nostalgia ride, or a newcomer intrigued by its reputation, the series promises to delight and entertain you.

The Nanny is a series categorized as a canceled/ended. Spanning 6 seasons with a total of 146 episodes, the show debuted on 1993. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.1.

Fran Drescher, Charles Shaughnessy, Daniel Davis
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