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A wealthy businessman wants to buy Stan and use him as a spokes-dog for his animal rescue campaign. Fearful that their parents will sell Stan, Tyler, Avery and Chloe hire actors to play their mom and dad, and turn down the offer.
Fran helps Maggie plan her wedding and is thrilled to learn the groom is related to Barbra Streisand, who will attend the ceremony. Unfortunately, Fran goes into labor on the big day but is still determined to see her singing idol. Streisand: Lorne Michael (more…)
Stabler works a violent rape case with his new temporary partner, Dani Beck (Connie Nielsen), who he learns has a reputation for being overzealous, which is a serious cause for concern for Cragen. Martin Trenway: Charles Shaughnessy. Lorraine Delmas: Lesli (more…)
Fran wants to tell Maxwell that Brighton was caught smoking in school, but Maxwell blows her off telling her to solve whatever the problem is herself. Fran: Fran Drescher. Maxwell: Charles Shaughnessy. Brighton: Benjamin Salisbury.
Niles poses as Fran's husband to impress her visiting relatives (Zack Norman, Nancy Frangione). Niles: Daniel Davis. Fran: Fran Drescher. Sylvia: Renee Taylor. Maxwell: Charles Shaughnessy. Brighton: Benjamin Salisbury.
Fran has to have her tonsils removed, so Maxwell puts C.C.'s reunion on hold to await the outcome of Fran's surgery. Maxwell: Charles Shaughnessy. C.C.: Lauren Lane. Niles: Daniel Davis. Brighton: Benjamin Salisbury. Maggie: Nicholle Tom. Grace: Madeline Z (more…)
On the way to catch a flight to the islands, heavy snow maroons the family at Fran's parents' home in Queens. Sylvia: Renee Taylor. Fran: Fran Drescher. Maxwell: Charles Shaughnessy. Niles: Daniel Davis. C.C.: Lauren Lane. Kenny: Gregg Rogell.
Fran has a run-in with the son of the town's toughest critic, and that could be catastrophic for Maxwell and C.C.'s new play. Frank: Eric Braeden. Frank Jr.: Miko Hughes. Maxwell: Charles Shaughnessy. C.C.: Lauren Lane.
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