While Maxwell is in Boston, Fran throws a singles party and gets arrested.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Uncle Manny
Rachel Chagall ...
Kane Picoy ...
The Judge
Merrick Deamon ...
Man at Party
Kevin Light ...
Man at Party
Andrew Steel ...
Man at Party


Fran and Val are lamenting their current and in the foreseeable future single status. To rectify this problem, they decide to hold a singles party at Benny's Clam Bar. It looks like it's going to be a success for the two as the registered list is fifteen men for every woman. When they hear that Benny's Clam Bar has burned down, Fran, against her better judgment, takes the opportunity of Maxwell and C.C.'s business trip to Boston (with Brighton and Grace in tow) to hold the party at the house. Unfortunately for Fran, the men are mostly losers. Unfortunately for Fran, the one man she is interested in, Jeff, is a police officer who arrests her for not having a business license. And unfortunately for Fran, Maxwell comes home early to find the obvious remains of a wild party at the house, which he strictly forbade prior to leaving. He assumes that Maggie was the one who held the party. Although Fran tries to correct Maxwell's misassumption, Maggie takes the blame to save Fran's job. ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family | Romance





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6 November 1995 (USA)  »

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The title is a song from the musical 'Bells Are Ringing', book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green and music by Jule Styne. See more »


A city business license violation would not be a state situation (the state versus...) as mentioned by the judge, nor would any arraignments be held in a US court. It would be a city matter, and resolved in city buildings. See more »


Man at Party: [dancing seductively with Fran] I love the way you look! Those heels are so sexy. Mind if I try them on?
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References Bells Are Ringing (1960) See more »


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Performed by The Weather Girls
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