Maxwell dates Fran's double; Brighton has problems with junior high.
Fran anxiously anticipates a big party on her first anniversary with the Sheffields.
An elderly admirer courts Fran.
Fran's grandmother moves in and begins giving Maggie advice about sex.
Fran is mistakenly accused of kidnapping a baby.
Fran must woo a big investor after her mother and some friends back Maxwell's new play.
Fran and her mother argue about a fur coat she inherited.
Fran discovers her new boyfriend has a secret, which could cost Maxwell a fortune.
Fran regrets encouraging Maxwell to hire a young TV star for his next play.
Fran and C.C. find themselves locked in Maxwell's wine cellar.
Fran and Maxwell's disagreement over crossing a picket line becomes a very public affair.
After asking Maxwell to take her to a summer camp reunion, Fran learns she'll be going with Erik Estrada.
Maxwell tries keeping Fran from learning the identity of his celebrity houseguest.
Maxwell balks when Brighton asks to join Fran's canasta team in Atlantic City.
When Maxwell changes his will, Fran assumes he is about to die.
Fran uses Yetta to help Maxwell attract a new investor.
Fran confides in an attractive male that she thinks is gay.
Fran's preoccupation with his celebrity guests jeopardizes Maxwell's movie deal with Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop.
Fran gets Maggie hired as a hospital volunteer.
When Niles is hired to fill help out Maxwell with an audition, Fran's sister Nadine comes to cook for the Sheffields.
Fran helps an aspiring actress find a job at her favorite beauty salon.
Fran loses a rare Shakespearean manuscript when she's mugged in the park.
Fran and Maggie enter a kissing contest with country music superstar Billy Ray Cyrus.
A fellow nanny's retirement causes Fran to worry about her own future.