The Nanny

Season 4 Episode 15

The Nose Knows

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Feb 05, 1997 on CBS
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Fran sees her psychiatrist picking his nose at the movies, and is so disgusted she has problems seeing him again.

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Ann Morgan Guilbert

Ann Morgan Guilbert

Yetta Rosenberg

Fran Drescher

Fran Drescher

Fran Fine Sheffield

Charles Shaughnessy

Charles Shaughnessy

Maxwell Sheffield

Lauren Lane

Lauren Lane

Chastity Claire "C.C." Babcock

Daniel Davis

Daniel Davis

Niles

Nicholle Tom

Nicholle Tom

Margaret "Maggie" Sheffield

Brenda Epperson Doumani

Brenda Epperson Doumani

Danielle

Guest Star

Merrick Deamon

Merrick Deamon

Patient

Guest Star

Spalding Gray

Spalding Gray

Dr. Jack Miller

Recurring Role

James Edson

James Edson

Popcorn man

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  • QUOTES (12)

    • (Maxwell bursts into Dr. Miller's office)
      Maxwell: What the hell do you think you're doing to this woman?! You should have your license revoked!
      Dr. Miller: You must be looking for Dr. Pepkit.
      Maxwell: No, I'm looking for a doctor that takes advantage of poor, vulnerable patients!
      Dr. Miller: Yes, that Pepkit.

    • Maxwell: (Not knowing Sylvia is talking about Dr. Miller picking his nose) What did he do?
      Sylvia: Let's just say he put his hand some place he shouldn't have.
      Maxwell: Oh my God! And nobody's going to do anything about it?!
      Sylvia: What are you gonna do, call the police? They'd have to arrest every man on the subway.

    • Yetta: (about seeing Dr. Miller pick his nose) What's your shrink trying to do? Pick his own brains?

    • Val: Why can't I lose weight? Maybe I should see a therapist to help me stop eating. You know, it's the only thing I haven't tried besides diet and exercising.

    • Maxwell: I assure you Miss Fine, I am not jealous.
      Fran: Denial.
      Maxwell: I am not in denial.
      Fran: Denying denial.

    • Dr. Miller: Don't you see? You're responding to him as if you're in a relationship! Now, listen to me carefully.
      Fran: Ok.
      Dr. Miller: He's your boss. You are the nanny.
      Fran: (Speaks slowly, as realization dawns on her) Woooooooow.
      Dr. Miller: You mean no one's ever pointed that out to you before?
      Fran: Oh constantly, but you know, when you're paying a hundred and forty bucks an hour...it's got so much more resonance.

    • Dr. Miller: You're doing the same thing to me as you do to Mr. Sheffield! It is very common for a woman to idolize the men in her life, hoping that she'll find one as perfect as her father.
      Fran: Oh, you're right, doctor. A guy who sleeps all day, wears a bad wig, and stinks like chopped liver doesn't fall off trees!

    • Patient: Excuse me. I don't mean to be presumptuous, but you are one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen!
      Fran: Oh ho ho... well, thanks! Gee, you know, you seem pretty together. What are you doing going to therapy?
      Patient: Oh... I'm a compulsive liar.

    • Niles: Oh, look at you. You look very sixties!
      C.C.: It's a Dolce and Gabbana!
      Niles: Hmmm. I was talking about your face. Oh, by the way, this came for you. (Hands C.C. an envelope)
      C.C.: What are all those big creases in it?
      Niles: It was stuffed in the mailbox.
      C.C.: I was talking about your neck.

    • Fran: Oh, Dr. Miller, I keep seeing him with that woman over and over again in my head! I mean, if all he wanted was a night of cheap, tawdry sex with some floozy, well... I'm already on the payroll!

    • Niles: (Offers pastry to Maxwell) Tart, sir?
      Fran: Been there, done that!

    • Fran: Now, look here honey, here we don't need some cheap floozy in tight clothes turning his head around. (Slams door in Danielle's face) That's what I'm here for!

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Fran: It adds a whole new meaning to being "busy with three boys of your own".

      This is a reference to the theme song of The Brady Bunch.

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