Fran is feeling a little under-appreciated in the Sheffield household. She learns that others always try to woo away Niles to other employment, yet no one ever tries to do that with her. But what is bringing Fran down the most is that it is nearing the first anniversary of her employment in the Sheffield household, and apparently Maxwell has not remembered nor does he seem to really care. On the actual anniversary date, Maxwell and C.C. are supposed to be at a nationally televised awards show in Washington D.C., whereas Fran initially thought Maxwell was planning a first anniversary celebratory party for her. Niles ultimately has to tell Maxwell what is bothering Fran. Maxwell decides to make a grand gesture to make it up to her. Meanwhile, Fran has volunteered to be Gracie's troop mother for the Red Robin girl's club. As a community outreach measure, Fran partners each member of the troop with a senior at Yetta's nursing home. Grace thinks she's a jinx as she is always partnered with...
Did You Know?
[telling Yetta a story
Where was I? Oh yeah... no wait... oh yeah... no wait...
You see sweetie? You're not a curse, I'm not dead
and I wish I was.
References The Nanny: The Nanny
THE NANNY NAMED FRAN
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