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The Show Must Go OnThe Nanny : Season 1 Episode 12 [UPDATED]

The first season of the American television sitcom The Nanny aired on CBS from November 3, 1993, to May 16, 1994. The series was created by actress Fran Drescher and her then-husband Peter Marc Jacobson, and developed by Prudence Fraser and Robert Sternin. Produced by Sternin and Fraser Ink Inc. and TriStar Television, the series features Drescher, Jacobson, Fraser, Sternin, Caryn Lucas and Diane Wilk as executive producers. Most of the season's episodes aired on Wednesdays at 8:30 pm while the first few aired on Wednesdays at 8:00 pm.

The Show Must Go OnThe Nanny : Season 1 Episode 12


The Nanny's first season debuted to moderate numbers and ratings for the channel, maintaining most of the initial audience through the season's broadcast. The season finale, however, generated a large increase in ratings, garnering the second highest rating for season behind the fifth episode "Here Comes the Brood", with 20.3 million viewers. The season was released on DVD by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in 2005, nearly 12 years after its premiere.

Drescher had previously starred in the television sitcom Princesses on CBS in 1991. The series, spearheaded by Jeff Sagansky, was plagued with rumors of behind the scenes drama. The series' launch underperformed and after only five episodes amidst declining ratings, CBS canceled the show.[1] Drescher met up with Sagansky during her flight to France and arranged for her and Jacobson to pitch an idea for CBS. After her trip to France and visit with Twiggy, Drescher told her idea to her husband, who stated "That's an idea that will sell." Four months later, the series was put into pre-production with Drescher and Jacobson signed on as writers and executive producers.[2]

  • Former Child Star: Alluded to:Max: Oh, these amateurs. Where are all the great child actors when you need them? Fran: Robbing 7-Elevens.

  • Kicked Upstairs: Fran is promoted to producer so that Maxwell can take over the production:Fran: I wasn't replaced, I was promoted to producer. Niles: Sucker.

  • Mistaken for Cheating: An unconventional variation:Max: This is Miss Emma Trusdale, Lexington's headmistress. Fran: Oh, head mistress, huh? Honey, you're living in a dream world. No matter what they say, they never leave their wives.

  • Mundane Made Awesome: Maxwell gives Mother Goose the Broadway treatment.

  • Self-Deprecation: The episode makes a number of jabs at show business:Fran: Well, what do I care about that little girl? Am I her nanny? Max: No, you're the director, and you're supposed to cast actors according to talent, not on who they know. Fran: What show business are you working in?

  • Shout-Out: When Gracie receives the leading role, she gushes, "They like me! They really like me!" (Which is actually a Beam Me Up, Scotty!, but never mind.)

But Magnum P.I. wasn't Lauper's first acting experience! She first appeared in the 1988 movie Vibes alongside a young Jeff Goldblum, and eventually won an Emmy for her portrayal of Marianne Lugasso on the NBC sitcom Mad About You. She also played a psychic, Avalon Harmonia, on several episodes of Bones over five different seasons.

Jeong, a gifted comedic actor, played private investigator Luther Gillis, one of Magnum's local competitors, on two episodes in the show's first season. In the first, he fobbed off a case to Magnum in which the client wanted more information about his fiancée, who secretively had major facial reconstruction surgery. In the second episode, Gillis, Magnum and every other P.I. on the island competed for a $200,000 reward offered by a bail bondsman for a suspect who jumped bail.

Sawa appeared in both Seasons 1 and 2 of SYFY and USA Network's Chucky, though all three of the characters he played died. (That said, the show was renewed for a third season, coming in Fall 2023, and his characters' Season 1 deaths didn't preclude his inclusion in Season 2.)

she can't keep living like this. When Nathan realizes that he failed Jamie by not being there for his soap box derby, he decides to get his life back to what it used to be and teaches Jamie how to not be afraid. Nathan then pays a visit to Dan in jail to tell him he is done with him for good. To prove that he is going to get his family back, he cooks Haley dinner and shaves. Haley, happy to see her husband back, tells him that she missed him and they all sit down to eat. Nathan later cuts his hair undergoes physical therapy, eventually learning to walk successful again. He also starts playing basketball with Jamie. Nathan decides to assist talented yet troublesome Tree Hill High School student Quentin Fields as he reminds him of his former self- a basketball star, yet cocky and arrogant. Quentin gives Haley trouble as her English student as well. Nathan even confronts Quentin, telling how much he regrets his own mistakes, and convinces him to go back to school after he drops out. Nathan's temper gest the best of him again when Jason, a musician in a band, touches Haley's behind. Quentin comes to her aid and punches Jason, damaging his hand and putting him out of basketball for some time. Haley, however, is disappointed about Nathan's temper.Marriage troubles arise after Haley hires Carrie, a nanny to help with Jamie because she and Nathan have jobs. Carrie pretends to be innocent towards Nathan, but secretly she attempts to seduce him by having her watch her swim naked in the pool. Nathan does not reciprocate or reject her advances because he still loves Haley, but is feeling ignored by her. After Carrie hits on him several times, Haley walks in on them in the shower. He truthfully tells her that Carrie snuck into the shower without his knowledge and he tried to get her out. But Carrie insists that she and Nathan are in love, angering Haley and getting them both kicked out despite Nathan trying to prove his innocence. Some time later, Nathan has an argument with Haley. During this time, Jamie falls into the pool, nearly drowning. Nathan and Haley soon look out the window to see him lying face down in the pool. Rushing to his aid, Nathan jumps in and pulls Jamie out. As Haley is sitting on the ground with Jamie in her arms, she angrily tells

as he watches the Slamball championships on television. Q asks if he really gave it up for Jamie or because he stopped believing himself. Q angrily tells him that this was his second chance and that he should be grateful he got one because Q himself didn't. Q also tells him that he still has a chance to follow his dream. After Q's pep talk, Nathan asks Haley to promise him that they won't be afraid of chasing their dreams to which she does. Nathan attends a trial for D-league basketball and after initially getting turned away for not belonging to a team he is called back by the general manager who offers him a coaching position. After a successful trial Nathan is selected to play for the Charleston Chiefs, but when he shows up for his first training session he discovers that he has been given the number 15 jersey instead of the number 23. Another teammate, Devon Fox, plays in Nathan's position and already has the number 23. Devon threatens Nathan and says he's not going to be taking his spot. After struggling during the training session he returns to see the photos of Haley and Jamie ripped up, as well as one of him and Quentin. Angered and spurred on by this Nathan threatens Devon, saying that he's going to take his spot and he can have it back after Nathan is called up to the NBA. Nathan also asks his coach if he can wear the number 12 instead as a tribute to Jamie ( which is actually written in but is for Jenny Lynn Snyder, 17, a fan of the show who died of a heart attack that year). Later in the season, when Devon ruins five straight games for the Chiefs',

birthday and a woman named Renee asks to take a picture with Nathan and later the woman tells Clay that she slept with Nathan. After going through doubting Nathan and offering to pay the woman off, Haley decides to support him and not pay her anything. Dan and Rachel convince Renee to come onto Dan's talk show to tell her side of the story. The day that Renee appears on the show, Nathan becomes enraged and goes outside, where Haley convinces him that they shouldn't watch the rest and should enjoy the beautiful day. In a surprising turn of events, Dan submits Renee to a surprise lie detector test, and all of the answers she gives come across true. He goads her into revealing that she did have sex the night of the party and got pregnant, but not by Nathan. After hearing that, Haley buries her head in Nathan's shoulder as she begins to cry and he tells her it's finally over. Their relationships seems to get stronger after the scandal. Before Dan leaves Tree Hill for good, Nathan brings Jamie to say goodbye and says thank you to his Dad for helping him get to the NBA. Later on in the season, Nathan helps Haley and James come to terms with Haley's mothers death. Also, Nathan spent the whole day bonding with Jamie while Haley and her sister Quinn were hosting an art gallery. Once Haley came home from that, he told her that he thought about it and he wants more children because while he and Jamie were bonding, Jamie kept

Pre-One Tree Hill, Nathan was a nice guy. But Dan influenced him in high school and almost turning into his father. Let's just say he was a jerk and a bully back then. He was that close to turning into his father, until Lucas joined the basketball team. Mostly Dan wanted him out of there, because he was threatened by his son losing his scholarship to him. Mostly in the beginning of the first season, they got off the wrong foot. But they become friends when he and Peyton broke up and saw Haley for the first time. First he wanted to date her, just to get close to her to mess with Lucas. But he wanted to date her, because he wanted to be the guy he was back then. Nathan wanted to change himself and be the guy who he used to be. Nathan and Haley started dating, Nathan become a better man and a lot more responsible. He also made friends with Lucas and the river court gang like Mouth and Skills. He also become a better friend to Peyton and they are more like brother-sister figures now. Nathan was a born rich kid, unlike Brooke he never flaunts his wealth or his money. He works hard for his money, when he emancipated himself because of their parents divorce. He was tired of being in the middle. Also to get away from his father and his influence. Nathan is a nice guy and he also more like a nerdy slacker sometimes. Sometimes Nathan is a little bit childish. Nathan is a good guy who is very wise and people go to his advice or somebody talk to. Nathan is always been faithful to Haley, he also had a lot of temptations from Carrie, Rachel and Renee but he said no they backed off from him. Nathan is like a superhero, he is more like Batman on the show. Who is willing to take a bullet for somebody. He is also a good father to Jamie and Lydia. He and Jamie have a tight bond. He also have a tight bond with Haley James Scott. 041b061a72

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