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When she appears on the doorstep of wealthy widower Maxwell Sheffield's New York home, cosmetics saleswoman Fran Fine unexpectedly gets a job as the nanny for the Broadway producer's three children, Maggie, Brighton and Grace. Fran brings her no-nonsense honesty, sharp sense of humor and "Queens logic" into the Sheffield household, helping them become a happy, healthy family -- a family that Fran eventually joins when she marries Maxwell. Also in the Sheffield household is sarcastic English butler Niles.

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Fran (Fran Drescher) learns that some of Maxwell's (Charles Shaughnessy) high-society chums are making fun of her behind her back. Guest stars: Dick Martin and Mort Drescher.
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When Fran learns that Maxwell has bought a diamond ring, she suspects a marriage proposal is in the air.
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Fran and Grace (Fran Drescher, Madeline Zima) visit the Middle East and wind up being held captive by a swooning sultan (Charles Shaughnessy in a dual role).
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On the advice of her therapist (Spalding Gray), Fran (Fran Drescher) forces Maxwell (Charles Shaughnessy) to overcome his fear of intimacy.
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Fran (Fran Drescher) makes the mistake of telling a gossip columnist (Cindy Adams) that a famous actress (Joan Van Ark) has a fake mole.
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Fran's romantic evening with Maxwell at a Michael Bolton concert is ruined by a rash her doctor can't cure.
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Fran (Fran Drescher) invites Maxwell (Charles Shaughnessy) to her family reunion at Niagara Falls hoping he'll feel romantic. Guest star: Spalding Gray.
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Fran's love affair with her dream man is put in jeopardy by a little white lie and his obsession with astrology.
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Fran fulfills her dream of being a weather forecaster when her grandmother's fiance turns out to be Bryant Gumbel's uncle.
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The orphan whom Fran and Val adopted for a grade-school project looks them up while visiting the United States.
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Fran (Fran Drescher) plays up a meeting with Chevy Chase (guest starring as himself) to make Maxwell (Charles Shaughnessy) jealous.
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Niles (Daniel Davis) quits in a huff when he learns that Fran (Fran Drescher) makes more money than he does. Guest stars: Dr. Joyce Brothers, Lainie Kazan.
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Fran (Fran Drescher) must find a way to raise $20,000 after she allows a dognapper to snatch C.C.'s (Lauren Lane) pooch.
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Promoter Bobbie Fleckman (Fran Drescher in her "Spinal Tap" role) shoots a rock video at the Sheffield mansion.
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Maxwell and Fran (Charles Shaughnessy, Fran Drescher) have their first date -- at a party being thrown by Elton John (guest starring as himself).
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Fran (Fran Drescher) thinks she has finally landed Maxwell (Charles Shaughnessy), but a visit from her cousin (Roseanne) soon puts a stop to that.
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Fran (Fran Drescher) hopes to turn Maxwell's (Charles Shaughnessy) business trip to London into a romantic getaway for the two of them. Celine Dion appears as herself.
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Fran (Fran Drescher) realizes just how much she misses her mother when Sylvia (Renee Taylor) buys a condo in Boca Raton, Fla. Guest stars: Miss Universe Alicia Machado and Miss USA Brook Lee.
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The widow (guest star Pamela Lee) of Fran's (Fran Drescher) former fiance lands a part in Fran's favorite soap opera. Peter Bergman, Shemar Moore, Melody Thomas Scott and Hunter Tylo also guest star.
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Fran's one day on the job as a nanny for a wealthy man's son results in the child prodigy giving up the piano.
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Fran decides her destiny is to write music as she tries to get a famous rock star to record one of her songs.

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