The Nanny

Season 5 Episode 3

The Bobbie Fleckman Story

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Oct 15, 1997 on CBS
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The Bobbie Fleckman Story
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Fran feels threatened when Maxwell's old business partner Bobbie Fleckman (played by Fran Dreshcer) shows up and begins to make a move on Maxwell. Meanwhile, everyone tries to explain to Fran how much Bobbie looks like her, and perhaps that's why Max is interested in her.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • In Maxwell's office, he realizes that Bobbie is actually Fran by the big price tag sticking out of her dress. After he tells her he knows, the price tag miraculously disappears.

      • When they zoom in on Brian Seltzer, at certain angles you can see the actual stage lights in the background.

    • QUOTES (14)

      • Brighton: That's amazing she looks just like you!
        Fran: Really? (Pushes her hair back) Well maybe in about ten years!

      • Bobbie: You, don't talk.
        Fran: I'm sorry, did you lose your train of thought?
        Bobbie: No it's just your voice is so annoying, honey.

      • Niles: Miss Fine, it's been two weeks. The mourning period has to end!
        Fran: (Sniffling) It's just so tragic!
        Niles: A lot of people screw up their first date.

      • C.C.: Don't you see, Bobbi Flekman is an amalgamation of the two of us. She is everything he is searching for in a woman. (Points to herself) Beauty, brains, and (Points to Fran) a slut.
        Fran: Hey! You know, you may be onto something.

      • Fran: Forget it! He's never going to ask me out again.
        C.C.: It's only because he's torn between you and the woman he loves.
        Fran: Who?
        C.C.: ME!

      • Brighton: (about a favor Fran helped him with) Oh, by the way, how can I thank you for getting Dad to say yes.
        Fran: (holding up the ring finger on her left hand) Get your Dad to say yes.

      • Fran: (While pretending to be Bobbie Fleckman) Well, it's obvious that you're crazy about me, but it's just never going to happen. I mean, I'm old enough to be... that adorable nanny's mother!

      • Sylvia: Don't give up. So you're in a buffet, and there's one piece of cheesecake left, and some obnoxoious woman tries to grab it. What do you do?
        Fran: Cut in front of you, Ma.

      • Fran: Oh, you know what's wrong with this whole relationship between me and Mr. Sheffield, don't you?
        Val: Hmm?
        Fran: I'm not in it!

      • C.C.: (To Fran) So you blew it. Are you going to let one lousy date discourage you? You wuss. I didn't even let his wife stand in my way. You think I'm pathetic now... you should've seen me as her maid of honor!

      • Bobbie Fleckman: (To C.C.) Honey, you look like a smart woman. You're not, but you look like one.

      • Bobbie Fleckman: Oh, they're so sweet, they're so fresh... come on, they're the hottest band in town. Don't you love Wu Tang Clan?
        Fran: Uh, with chicken or pork?

      • Brighton: Hey, is it true back then people used to listen to their music on some sort of primitive, large black vinyl disc?
        Fran: Only when we weren't enjoying our favorite pastime "child hurling".

      • Maggie: Brighton, you are so pathetic. (To Fran) I mean he walks around the house all day with his guitar and he doesn't even know how to play.
        Brighton: Hey, you wear a bra.
        Maggie: Hey, at least I've actually seen one!

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Maxwell: Those were the days, my friend! Niles: (aside) We thought they'd never end. This is a reference to the song "Those Were the Days" by Mary Hopkin.

      • Maxwell: You know, um, I was in a rock group once. Yeah, the Strawberry Sheffields Forever!

        This is an allusion to the 1967 song, "Strawberry Fields Forever", recorded by The Beatles.

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