Living with Fran

Season 2 Episode 6

Going Crazy with Fran

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Aired Unknown Jan 13, 2006 on The WB
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Going Crazy with Fran
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Riley's over protectiveness kicks in when his younger sister, Jenny, comes for a visit. To make matters worse, Riley learns that Fran asked Josh to take Jenny out for a good time, which leads to them returning the next morning a married couple.

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  • Fran is back! The best ever!

    9.0
    A very great Episode! A very funny epiode for the restart of the new episodes! The Cast is back with one of the bests episodes ever! Josh married Allsions friend and than she help to make this problem backwards! Fran is very shocked! I hop that of lot of great episodes came true!

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Trailers for the "Living with Fran" return:

      Trailer #1
      Fran: We were never cancelled. That was just a vicious rumor started by my cousin Cheryl, who -by the way- had a boob job! But you didn't hear it from me!
      (the announcer goes on and some clips are shown of the new episodes)
      Fran: Cancelled schmancelled!

      Trailer #2
      (Fran and Riley are kissing on the couch. Fran realizes that the cameras are rolling.)
      Fran: Oh, hi there. "Living with Fran" is coming back with all new episodes next week. Now, if you'll excuse us, we're rehearsing! (Continues kissing Riley)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Judge: Was the marriage physically consummated?
      Jenny: No, your honor.
      Judge: (after taking a closer look at Jenny) Alright. Husband is gay.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • (In the trailers): "Cancelled Schmancelled!"

      This line is a reference to Fran's latest humor-memoir book, Cancer Schmancer(written in 2002), which chronicles her battle with cancer (1999-2001) after her hit show, The Nanny ended. It is also the follow-up to her first humorous autobiography, Enter Whining (written in 1996).

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