It seems that things will end badly, until a love of soap operas bonds Fran, the mother, and even the police chief and helps solve the issue.
Fran misconstrues this when Brighton tells her he was in the locker room at the time, to which Fran describes to Mr. In order to teach Brighton a lesson about rejecting girls, Fran goes on a date with a man (Richard Kind) that she had rejected back in high school. One of Fran's old high school friends sets her up with her husband's business partner to see how she likes someone who is loaded.
The man is now a playwright, and threatens to commit suicide unless Mr. The idea would sound mighty fine if Fran's date (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) was not so old.
It is the first anniversary since Fran started working for the Sheffields, but Maxwell does not seem to recall this very important occasion.
Also, Fran leads Gracie's girl scout troop to "adopt" their very own grandmas at Yetta's retirement home, but each of Gracie's grandmas die.
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