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7th Sep '15 5:13:13 PM Mr.Bubbles
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* In the final season, Brighton calls Fran "mom" and gets defensive when a bunch of his friends talk about how hot she is. Compare that to his EstablishingCharacterMoment where he had hated her on sight and tried to prank her by pretending to have been horribly stabbed.

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* In the final season, Brighton calls Fran "mom" and gets defensive when a bunch of his friends talk about how hot she is. Compare that to his EstablishingCharacterMoment where he had hated her on sight and tried to prank her by pretending to have been horribly stabbed.stabbed.
** Similarly, when Fran is hospitalized [[spoiler: and believes she might be pregnant]] and Sylvia and Maxwell are in the waiting room, Sylvia wonders when they're going to let them in to see her. Max calls her "mom" while reassuring her that Fran's going to be alright.
--> '''Sylvia:''' "That's the first time you called me 'mom.'"
--> '''Max:''' "Well, you've been more of a mother to me than my own mother ever was."
--> '''Sylvia:''' "You've certainly seen more of me."
27th Aug '15 3:38:42 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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-->'''Fran''': You're a lovely woman and I wish you well...[[MamaBear but if you ''ever'' hurt one of my kids again, they'll be wiping your blue blood off the walls.]] [[IronicEcho And I mean that in the nicest possible way.]]

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-->'''Fran''': You're a lovely woman and I wish you well...[[MamaBear but if you ''ever'' you]] ''[[MamaBear ever]]'' [[MamaBear hurt one of my kids again, they'll be wiping your blue blood off the walls.]] [[IronicEcho And I mean that in the nicest possible way.]]
15th May '15 8:49:01 AM CJCroen1393
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* The "The Way We Were" montage in the finale. It's fittingly hilarious and heartwarming in equal measure.

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* The "The Way We Were" montage in the finale. It's fittingly hilarious and heartwarming in equal measure.measure.
* In the final season, Brighton calls Fran "mom" and gets defensive when a bunch of his friends talk about how hot she is. Compare that to his EstablishingCharacterMoment where he had hated her on sight and tried to prank her by pretending to have been horribly stabbed.
22nd Sep '14 3:40:43 PM L4D2Ellis
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'''Sarah:''' I though she had a cold.

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'''Sarah:''' I though thought she had a cold.
1st Apr '14 5:25:32 PM Doodler
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** It's particularly sweet when they snark at the ex-boyfriend together.
--> '''Niles''':He was beneath you.
--> '''C.C.''':[[DoubleEntendre Not anymore.]]
17th Oct '13 2:20:14 AM RainbowPhoenix
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** More than that, she says she was the reason he even met Fran in the first place.

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** More than that, she says she was the reason he even met Fran in the first place. Which immediately shifts to a funny moment.
-->'''Maxwell:''' And you heard her speak?\\
'''Sarah:''' I though she had a cold.
2nd May '13 12:03:59 PM Premonition45
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** The sight of Maxwell dancing with Gracie standing on his toes is simply adorable, as Sylvia notes.
18th Dec '12 10:49:42 PM kaydorkeey
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**More than that, she says she was the reason he even met Fran in the first place.
10th Dec '12 5:24:54 PM Premonition45
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* In "The Butler, the Husband, the Wife and Her Mother", Maxwell and Niles swap roles due to a lie of Fran's. Halfway through the charade, the Butlers' Association drops by to make a surprise appraisal of how Niles is doing as a butler. Maxwell and the rest of the household keep up the charade, but of course things eventually fall apart. The Association representatives are getting ready to give Niles a horrible appraisal, when Maxwell points out that if a family is willing put on that kind of performance for their butler, he must be a truly spectacular butler indeed and that Niles is, basically, family.

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* In "The Butler, the Husband, the Wife and Her Mother", Maxwell and Niles swap roles due to a lie of Fran's.Fran's mother. Halfway through the charade, the Butlers' Association drops by to make a surprise appraisal of how Niles is doing as a butler. Maxwell and the rest of the household keep up the charade, but of course things eventually fall apart. The Association representatives are getting ready to give Niles a horrible appraisal, when Maxwell points out that if a family is willing put on that kind of performance for their butler, he must be a truly spectacular butler indeed and that Niles is, basically, family.



** Luckily, she comes back

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** Luckily, she comes backback.
6th Dec '12 5:22:52 PM Premonition45
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* Early in season one, C.C. told Gracie that Fran only pretended to love her because of her job. Fran straightened her right out with [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome one of the best speeches]] ever, all with a charming smile on her face:

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* Early in season one, one's "Here Comes the Brood", C.C. told Gracie that Fran only pretended to love her because of her job. Fran straightened her right out with [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome one of the best speeches]] ever, all with a charming smile on her face:
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