After her fortune telling hair dresser sees Maxwell in bed with a blonde while in California Fran flies out to check on him. Fran Fine Sheffield also runs into actress Fran Drescher and there is a bit of a resemblance.

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Libby, the receptionist at the Chatterbox, tells Fran and Val their fortunes. Val's is good: the letter "F", which Val attributes to Fred the pharmacist, a condo and lots of babies. Fran's is not so good: Maxwell in bed in Beverley Hills with a sexy, leggy blond with piercing blue eyes. In Fran's hormonal state, she's devastated with this prediction. It becomes even worse as Val's prediction seems to be coming true when she and Fred start dating. It seems like Fran's prediction is also moving toward reality when Maxwell is called off to Beverley Hills on a business trip. What's more, he taking along with him a sexy, leggy blue-eyed blond: C.C. Not only is Fran concerned, but now so is Niles. They decide to go out to Beverley Hills themselves and see if Maxwell and C.C. end up together in bed. When they arrive in Beverley Hills, Fran manages to sneak into Maxwell's room, and Niles manages to sneak into C.C.'s room. Although Fran does catch Maxwell in bed with a blue-eyed blond, it's ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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12 May 1999 (USA)  »

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Fran Drescher guest starred as herself and reminded the audience to watch the final episode the next week. See more »

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C.C. Babcock: Nanny Fine, you have nothing to worry about. I found my man and I am completely, and totally...
C.C. Babcock: [leans forward and speaks slyly] and multiply satisfied.
Fran Sheffield: [shocked and fascinated] Reeaally?
C.C. Babcock: That is the joy of being with a man who lives to serve others, baby!
[both start laughing hysterically]
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References My Cousin Vinny (1992) See more »

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