Fran hears through various sources that her ex-fiancé-to-be, Danny Imperiali, has broken up with Heather Biblow, the women for who he dumped Fran and for who he fired Fran. That is indeed the case. Fran decides to confront Danny for what he did to her, and to tell him that he no longer has either Heather or her. Instead, Danny asks Fran to marry him. Surprised by this move by her previously noncommittal ex-fiancé-to be, Fran ultimately tells him yes. What's going to be harder for her is to tell Maxwell and most importantly the children. Except for the fact that she's marrying Danny, Maxwell is understanding of Fran's news. The children are less than understanding in any way. On the day of her final departure from the Sheffield house, Fran reconsiders if Danny means more to her than the Sheffield children when the entire Sheffield clan tells her their true feelings.
Did You Know?
The reference Fran makes to her mother about "Tony and Angela", and him driving into a tree, might be about Who's the Boss?
(1984). See more
When Fran is in the Bridal shop, and Danny is in the process of proposing to her. Watch the Mannequin in the background. First shot shows the wig for it on its arm, next its on its head, then its back on its arm. See more
[about Fran quitting her nanny job
Would you like me to be there when you tell the children?
Oh, do we have to tell the children?
I think they'll notice you're missing.
Just tell them I'm taking a bath?!
Miss Fine, you'll be gone forever.
Tell them I'm putting on my make-up.
References The Flintstones
The Nanny Named Fran
Composed by Ann Hampton Callaway
Spoken by Fran Drescher See more