Fran is picked up in a single's bar by Bob, who looks to be her perfect man: he's handsome, single, a rich doctor and Jewish. He's so perfect, Fran quickly decides that she's going to marry him. However, her plans reach a snag when she runs into him at a family wedding and discovers that he's her cousin. Fran ends up being both disgusted and heartbroken. To help her over her misery, Maxwell decides to do something drastic: send Fran to a therapist. Dr. Jack Miller quickly discovers Fran's problem: she has an obsession with wanting to be married. Although Fran tells Maxwell that Dr. Miller has cured her of his obsession, Fran secretly uses the therapy for her own plan for happiness. Meanwhile, Val tries to convince C.C. to be her friend.
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First appearance of Dr. Jack Miller. See more
The psychiatrist picks up the phone and presses only one button and starts talking to his personal contractor, without waiting for the phone to dial and pick up. He was not talking to his receptionist because he said "why don't you go ahead with the imported white tile", so he clearly is talking to his contractor. See more
Hello Lalique! You're looking BUTCH as always!
You're just jealous because I don't have to wear shoulder pads.
References Kissin' Cousins
The Nanny Named Fran
Performed by Composed & Performed by Ann Hampton Callaway See more