The place for those things probably only the real fanatics would care about!
Many years ago, Laura of The Nanny Zone created a video featuring clips of The Nanny set to music. It was a big hit on the RUNHP. As the years went by, the equipment to do such videos has become more widespread and lots of fans have gotten into the act of making videos featuring our favorite show. I invite you to get creative and make your own! Submit them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org (If the file size is over 10 MB's, I recommend using yousendit.com) and I'll post them for everyone to enjoy! (Note: Due to server size limitations, I will only be able to host the videos for a few months. Fair warning! Save those videos you like!)
Fun Stuff To Look For
Lots of episodes have stuff in them that maybe you didn't know about or notice the first time through. Everything from casting in-jokes, to names worked into scripts, to actors breaking into laughter over in a corner. With syndication, we all have a chance to see the old episodes and I thought it might be fun to list some of these "fun things to look for" in the episodes.
Our Favorite Lines
|How many of these do you remember?|
All the songs in an easy to get to spot.
Nice to remember the episodes by the songs
we all associate with them.
The Songs the Show Has Used
The Songs the Page Has Used
The Picture Page
|A selection of a few pictures I have put up over the years that were my favorites. I think they deserve a permanent home on the page.|
Come With Me On My
Excellent New York Adventure
Come With Us On Our
Excellent LA Adventure
Come With Us To The
Taping Of The Finale
Articles and Videos
Fran Drescher's home was featured in In Style Magazine dated August 1996.
This is an article Fran Drescher wrote for Harper's Bazaar Magazine in Sept 98
The Hollywood Reporter celebrated The Nanny's 100th Episode with a special section on May 21st, 1997 that had four articles about the show. Scattered through the magazine were also ads from each of the cast members and others associated with the show.
Fran Drescher~~Question and Answer
In A Family Way
Charles Shaughnessy is featured in the Sept. 98 issue of Los Angeles Children Magazine.
Parade Magazine did a piece on Fran Drescher in Sept 98
|The January 1999 issue of In Style Magazine did an article about Fran Drescher's Malibu house.|
Australian Woman's Day did a nice piece on Fran called Solo In Paradise dated November 1, 1999.
On May 11th 2000, Fran Drescher participated in an online chat at Yahoo.com. One of our own has transcribed the chat and sent in for all of us that couldn't be there in person. There are a few questions that she missed in the middle of the chat--those have been approximated and are in italics. Thanks to Delph from all of us!
People Magazine (June 26, 2000) did an article about the cast of The Nanny as part of a "Where Are They Now" feature on several shows. Here is a reproduction of the article.
|"A Quiet Hell"|
Fran Drescher appeared as the cover story for the Premiere issue of Rosie O'Donnell's new magazine Rosie puplished in April of 2001. The story is a nice long question and answer piece covering Fran's recent bout with uterine cancer. I've reproduced the article for the folks who didn't have access to it.
The Broadway Theatre Archives is selling a video tape of a play that Daniel Davis did when he was 27. It's called "In Fashion" and Daniel is the lead. The musical is a farce about marital infidelity and features Daniel singing and dancing. For more information and to order, visit the The Broadway Theatre Archives site.Here's a Real Audio of Daniel singing in the show. This is only a 20 second clip, but still is 164 KB. Thanks to Mamie for sending the picture and audio in!
Fran Drescher on
The National Enquirer published an article about Fran and her book Cancer Schmancer in March of 2002.
Fran Drescher was interviewed in the June 2002 issue of Good Medicine magazine published in Australia. Daniela transcribed the article and sent it in for all of us to enjoy. Thanks Daniela--great job!
|More Fran Drescher recent talk show interview videos:|
|Tony Danza (Sept 05 ~ 10.1 MB)||Jimmy Kimmel (Sept 05 ~ 10.2 MB)||Ellen (Sept 05 ~ 14.3 MB)|
|Entertainment Tonight "Whatever Happened to the Stars of the 90's" (Jan 06 ~ 9.53 MB)||Tony Danza (Jan 06 ~ 8.21MB)||Martha Stewart (May 06 ~ 19.5 MB)|
Nikkiya sent in some photos of Fran in the play "Some Girl(s)." Be warned, this is slightly racy!
To promote the official opening of the Cancer Schmancer website and movement, Fran did an article in the July 07 Ladies Home Journal. Scan of Page One and Page Two
Pat was inspired to make a WAV file out of C.C.'s "You've Got Mail" comment for anybody who would like to be greeted with that in their mail program.
Netscape mail users can simply tell the notification program (the little mail symbol in the bottom tray if you have it enabled) to use this file. (Right click on the symbol, go to Options, Choose "Play this Sound" and indicate the file.)
For AOL Windows folks, installation is pretty simple too, though you have to rename some files. (MAC's, as usual, I have no clue about. You are on your own, but the process is probably the same.) First, open "My Computer" or Windows Explorer (or File Manager for 3.1 users.) Locate your America Online folder and within that look for a file named "gotmail.wav". Rename that file to something else (like gotmail2.wav) so in case you don't like the new one, you can restore your old one. Then move the new CC file into the AOL folder and name it gotmail.wav. That should do it.
Anakin made a Real Audio of Niles' "Six Bucks an Hour" song for all of us to sing along with!
Mathew (email@example.com) wrote out guitar tabbing for the Nanny Theme Song.
If any of you play guitar, here's your chance to rock on with Fran!