Desperate to go to a trip to Atlantic City, Brighton plays Fran and Max off against one another, prompting Fran to make a decision.
Show: The Nanny
Air date: October 14, 1998
Once a Secretary, Always a Secretary: Directed by Peter Marc Jacobson. With Fran Drescher, Charles Shaughnessy, Daniel Davis, Lauren Lane.
Episode Info. Maxwell pays when he refers to wife Fran as "the nanny." Bob Goen has a cameo. Nanny Bowers: Marji Martin. Brighton: Benjamin Salisbury.
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One a Secretary, Always a Secretary is the 3rd episode of Season 6 of The Nanny. ... Season, Episode. 6, 3. INFO. Original airing. 14 October 1998. EPISODES ...
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Home / Series / The Nanny / Aired Order / Season 6 / Episode 3 ... Maxwell calls Fran the nanny and Sylvia advices Fran to hold up on "the bing-bing", ...