The Nanny

The Nanny (1993)

3 corrected entries in season 1

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My Fair Nanny - S1-E3

Corrected entry: In the scene at the breakfast table where the family is discussing wether or not Maggie should become a debutante, Fran refers to Maggie as Angela, the name of the actress who plays Maggie.

Correction: It's a litte hard to hear but (also according to the subtitles) Fran says "But, angel, I think, .". And the first name if the actress who plays Maggie is Nicholle.

My Fair Nanny - S1-E3

Corrected entry: Nile's opens the door for CeCe. She walks into the room where everyone is sitting. Behind her you see someone hidden by the wall and then run across the hall opening.

Correction: It is Maggie who is walking back there.

Bowling255 Premium member

Bowling 255 is correct. I went back and rewatched this scene and it is indeed Maggie in her peach shirt and plaid pants. She hesitates as she walks out, so it does look like an accident. She steps back and then walks out again, but the scene cuts to her already standing by the stairs. So this is actually a continuity error.

Maggie the Model - S1-E13

Corrected entry: In the office, when Maxwell's phone on his desk rings, the ringing sound is an old-fashioned telephone bell, although the phone is a modern electronic one.

Correction: Many electric telephones can be programmed to have various rings. The telephone in this scene could have been programmed to sound like an old fashioned phone.

The Whine Cellar - S2-E10

Other mistake: When Sylvia is outside the Sheffield mansion she says "I wonder if my daughter Fran is at home? I will see if she is" the doorbell rings as soon as she finishes that line, but you can see both her hands are visible. She can't have rung the doorbell.

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The Gym Teacher - S1-E19

Trivia: At the end of the show, Fran and The Gym Teacher, played by Rita Moreno, are discussing Fran's high school boyfriend. Moreno's lines in the scene are from the song "A boy like that" that her character Anita sang in the 1961 movie West Side Story.

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