Maxwell's latest play is a flop. He lost a tennis match to just learning tennis player Fran. He has been biting everyone's heads off at the smallest little issues. These issues makes Maxwell reflect on his life, which he thinks has been a total failure. On false pretenses, Fran manages to get Maxwell to see a psychologist to talk about his problems. With the regular psychologist away, Maxwell sees the substitute psychologist, Dr. Joyce Brothers. Her diagnosis of Maxwell: midlife crisis. Her diagnosis is accurate as Maxwell changes his attire from suits and ties to jeans, t-shirts and leather jackets, he buys a Porsche sports car, he dyes the gray streak out of his hair and he wants to quit working. Fran has to figure out how to convince him that his life is a total success. Although she manages to do so, it's not before there's a major failure just before a climax. Written by
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The title is a parody of the song "That's Life" written by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon for Frank Sinatra
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Young Jewish Woman
[Maxwell has arrvied in front of Sylvia's building in a new Porsche and is immediately surrounded by a crowd of women. Fran is on her way down via the fire escape. An attractive woman pushes herself through the crowd, in front of Maxwell, who's sitting on the hood of his new car
Are you stalled? Do you need a jump?
[from the final ladder
Hey, hey, hey! If anybody's gonna jump him, it's gonna be me!
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The Nanny Named Fran
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