Fran and Maxwell realize that Fran needs more therapy after Fran chastises Maxwell for some innocent making out with his date. Fran has a break through with Dr. Miller. Despite Dr. Miller's diagnosis being rather straightforward, Fran proclaims him to be a genius. She quickly changes her mind about Dr. Miller when she sees him in a public non-office setting, he clandestinely picking his nose. Fran is totally disgusted. However, when Maxwell learns second hand from Sylvia that Dr. Miller "did something inappropriate and put his hands where they shouldn't be", Maxwell comes to another conclusion. Fran feels like she needs to work through this problem directly with Dr. Miller. Maxwell also feels he needs to work through this problem directly with Dr. Miller. Meanwhile, C.C. needs to find a last minute date for an awards show after her current beau, Chandler, dumps her. Her choice of date is unexpected.
Did You Know?
This same storyline---of the lead's therapist being found in an embarrassing position in public by his patient, who can then no longer take her therapist seriously---was already used the year before in Ellen: Looking Out for Number One
(1996). But, whereas Fran sees her therapist picking his nose in the lobby of a movie theater, Ellen sees her therapist urinating in a parking lot. See more
[as C.C. walks in the room
Ooh, look at you. You look very sixties.
Chastity Claire 'C.C.' Babcock
[twirling to show off her outfit
It's Dolce and Gabbana.
I was talking about your face.
References The Twilight Zone
The Nanny Named Fran
Performed by Composed & Performed by Ann Hampton Callaway See more