The Nanny (1993–1999)
Cal mentions, in a letter to Maurice and read by Barbara, that he enjoys watching The Nanny.
same make up, wardrobe and hair like Fran Drescher at the '96 Emmy's and Roseanne says "Hey look, I'm the Nanny!"
A ghostly version of Fran Fine appears in "Great Ghouly Governess."
Niles and Fran meet Fran Drescher, to whom they talk about her television show which strangely mirrors the life of the Sheffield household.
The Nanny is the subject of the documentary.
Klaus refers to this show.
Dialogue: "[Riley] watched a re-run of The Nanny and got all sad 'cause she reminded him of you."
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "Get Some Help"
Mentioned in Charles Shaughnessy's introduction, and used as a category title
Mammaw yells numerous times at her husband, Maury. This is a reference to Renee Taylor's character, Sylvia in "The Nanny".
Mentioned in Charles Shaughnessy's introduction
pictures of the stars of the forgein verison are shown
In the storage unit full of vintage toys, there's a Fran Fine doll.
At the book signing, Gregory Sherwood asks Fran who he should make the autograph out to. She says, "Fran," to which he quickly replies, "Fine." At another point she also squeals, "Oh, Mister Sherwood," the same way Nanny Fine would squeal, "Oh, Mister Sheffield." Gregory Sherwood is played by Charles Shaughnessy who played Maxwell Sheffield on The Nanny (1993) with 'Fran Drescher.
Referenced in the "Bein' Quirky" segment
referenced by Todd
Dave Attell wonders if he's watching Fran Dresher in The Nanny
Fran (walking down the stairs in a house she's looking at): "It reminds me of that sitcom, with the big staircase and... the butler... what was it called?"
Reinhold begins to laugh out loud and then explains, "I was recalling a very funny episode of the German version of 'The Nanny.'"
Mentioned in dialogue
Diane Kruger says she loves this series and Fran Drescher; and Jimmy has the dvd of this series' first season for Diane Kruger as a present for her birthday
When Paul and Ira are in their old apartment, the theme song is playing on the TV.
clips from this show are used in this special
a clip is featured
Footage from this TV series was edited into this mini-series.
Clips shown in a segment on Fran Fine and Maxwell Sheffield.
Clips shown in a segment on The Nanny Named Fran.