Maxwell admits that Fran has become an integral part of the Sheffield household, almost like a mother to the children. Jealous, C.C. wants to fill that role, although she would rather have the associated role of Maxwell's wife instead without the children. But to show that she can fill that role, C.C. decides to go on an outing with Maxwell and the kids to the zoo. The outing happens without Maxwell when he comes down with an unexpected toothache which requires a visit to the dentist. After an exasperating day for C.C. and the kids - the latter who would rather have spent the day with Fran - C.C. tells them that Fran is the hired help and only spends time with them because she's paid to do so. Meanwhile, it's Fran's day off. She's at her parent's place getting ready to go to a family wedding. But disturbed by what C.C. said, Grace runs off to Flushing and Sylvia's house to find Fran. This move by Grace even convinces Sylvia that this could mean trouble as the kids are getting too ... Written by
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The title refers to the composition "Here Comes the Bride" which is also known as "The Wedding March", "The Bridal Chorus" and "Treulich geführt" from the opera "Lohengrin" by the German composer Richard Wagner and was first performed in Weimar, Germany in 1850. See more
[Fran and Sylvia were getting ready to go to a wedding. Fran is helping Sylvia with a tight new dress, the back of which has a series of criss-crossing spaghetti straps which are digging into Sylvia's skin
Oh, I don't know about these straps, Ma. You look like a ham.
The salesgirl said I looked like a dream.
Maybe Oscar Meyer's.
She should choke on her commission.
References Free Willy
"Put on a Happy Face"
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Lee Adams
Performed by Blake McIver Ewing See more