Yetta's Letters

The Nanny episode (season 6, episode 20)
While still shocked about finding out Niles and CC's secret affair, Fran and Maxwell worry about something else: Max's chances of winning a Tony award. He needs a new play idea, so Fran gets out Yetta's love letters from a man she met on the boat...
Show: The Nanny
Season number: 6
Episode number: 20
Air date: June 16, 1999
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Yetta's Letters: Directed by Peter Marc Jacobson. With Fran Drescher, Charles Shaughnessy, Daniel Davis, Lauren Lane. Maxwell uses Yetta's letters as the ...
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Maxwell sorts through a number of terrible musicals, including one written by Niles, and Fran excitedly suggests that Yetta's letters could be adapted into ...
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Where do I sign? Hello, hello. There's spring in the air. ... over to Andrew Lloyd Webber. -What do you have to say about that? -Why are these doors closed? It's ...
Maxwell uses Yetta's letters as the basis for a play on Broadway beating out Andrew Lloyd Webber who also wanted to use them.
The letters get accidentally sent to Andrew Lloyd Weber's office and he tries to buy the play rights for Yetta's letters, but Maxwell steps in – thanks to ...