A nervous Fran is in the hospital almost ready to give birth to the twins. Meanwhile, C.C. is also glad to be at the hospital since she's been vomiting ever since she accepted Niles' marriage proposal earlier that evening. She wonders if nausea is due to the proposal itself affecting her mental state. Fran convinces her that she's just nervous about being married. So to get over the nerves, C.C. and Niles decide to get married in Fran's hospital room right in the middle of her delivery. Although the nausea does subside after the ceremony, C.C. learns her nausea is due to something more natural. Back with Fran, she finally gets her nine month wish of getting the babies out of her: she gives birth to two beautiful babies. This act is the beginning of the next phase for the Sheffields, with Maggie and Brighton heading off to Europe, and Fran, Maxwell, Grace and the two babies - Jonah Samuel and Eve Katherine - heading to a California for their new life. Written by
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Final acting role of Vito Scotti. See more
When Fran and Grace are carrying the babies down the stairs, the babies are baby dolls. See more
[upon seeing Fran's newborn baby boy - Sylvia's grandson - for the first time
Oh my God, how precious. I could eat him up.
[to Maxwell as she is thinking Sylvia could be speaking literally
Get him away from my Mother!
References The Way We Were
The Way We Were
Composed by Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics by Marilyn Bergman
and Alan Bergman
Performed by Barbra Streisand See more