This is the best news of 2018.
After the ‘Roseanne’ spinoff almost happened, we didn’t know if we were brave enough to weather another 90’s sitcom revival that might start a slew of controversy. But we found a silver lining when ABC rightfully pulled the show and actress Fran Drescher announced that ‘The Nanny’ might make a comeback after 25 years, as a more liberal-esque replacement.
What did Benjamin Netanyahu say when he met Fran Drescher? “Sara, I think we found our new nanny.”
Is nothing sacred?
The stereotype about Jewish women being too ‘emotional’ has been used to mock us in movies like ‘Clueless’ and as a real-life insult to Democratic lawmaker Debbie Wasserman Schultz. A new study shows that women’s higher ‘emotional quotient’ is actually valuable in life — and even in the workplace.
Fran Drescher, more commonly known as ‘The Nanny,’ just got married to Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai — the man who holds the patent for ‘email.’
Fran Drescher plays the evil stepmother in ‘Cinderella’ on Broadway. But she’s more like a fairy godmother — or at least someone with magical powers.
It might not surprise you that celebrities were tweeting pre-, post- and even mid-Seder. Some typed clever quips, while others sent out heartfelt thoughts, including greetings for Easter, which coincides this year with the first days of Passover. Here are some of The Shmooze’s favorite Pesach posts of 140 characters or less:
Sarah Jessica Parker, Fran Drescher, Goldie Hawn, Harvey Weinstein, Mayim Bialik