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Throughout history, passion has lead people to do remarkable things and achieve extraordinary heights.

An unfettered passion for equality and freedom brought an end to slavery; doctors passionate to find cures for Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis teeter on the brink of medical breakthroughs.

In one of her first scenes, whilst they were at a party to get backers for his new play, C. noticed Fran coming down the staircase in a lovely red dress, and she asked, distastefully, "What's that? plunges into depression, gains weight, loses her sanity and has to be institutionalized for a month; This plot device was written to coincide with Lauren Lane's real-life pregnancy. He has despised her from the start, and frequently makes quips at her expense. C.'s character traits is that she is perennially unlucky in romance, which deteriorated so far that the bartender at the local singles bar knows her by name, and that she tries online dating (which fails when her "man" is revealed to be Maxwell's son Brighton). She was one of Maxwell's college friends (when she was still a brunette and a bit plump) so they were friends, but nothing closer. C accidentally blurted out to Fran that Maxwell should be her husband and Fran's babies should be hers. However in one episode Val is seen as a great annoyance to C. after she becomes excited that 'Miss Babcock' knows her name.

Babcock (cousin)Unnamed grandfather (paternal grandfather) Grandmama Babcock (paternal grandmother) Unnamed uncle Mimi (aunt)Niles (husband) C. takes pride and enjoyment in creating situations of conflict in the household and so in the show is always referred to as being cold-hearted and being seen as the villainess. eventually realizes that her feelings for Maxwell are unreciprocated, and decides to re-evaluate her life. C.'s main opponent is Niles (played by Daniel Davis), the Sheffields' butler.

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She always refers to Fran as "Nanny Fine", even after Fran is wed to Maxwell and becomes the new lady of the house. C.'s Pomeranian dog, Chester, a gift from Maxwell, adores and favours Fran immensely, but growls whenever C. Later, Niles finds that he can no longer effortlessly insult C. like he used to, and accidentally blurts out a marriage proposal. and Niles declare they are terminating their employment with the Sheffield house and Maxwell's business, respectively. She, along with Niles, accompanies the family to California. C.'s despised Fran from the first time she set foot in the Sheffield home. She once made a bad impression with Maxwell and wanted to use the children to fix her mistakes. has experienced a few interesting things with the Sheffield children; C. met Niles long ago when they were still very young. Eventually, it became love, and Niles messed it all up when he proposed to her.

C., their relationship remains strained throughout the show's run. A running joke is Maxwell's seeming obliviousness to C. When Fran Fine (played by show creator Fran Drescher) comes to work as the new nanny, C. immediately views her as a threat to Maxwell's affection. During the final season of the show, the hate between Niles and C. reaches its zenith; during an argument, their mutual rage turns to lust, and they suddenly start kissing each other passionately. C." stands for "Chastity Claire," which shocks everyone there except for the now love-struck Niles who tells her that her name is 'beautiful'. A running gag on the show is that she never remembers the names of the Sheffield children. worked with Maxwell (she used to be his secretary before his business partner), he despised her, and would argue with her every time he gets a chance, joking about C. being a spinster, being old, being evil/witch-like, and being a man. Another one is during Fran and Maxwell's wedding, when C. and Yetta danced, and Yetta said that she would be lying if she said she wasn't turned on.

And behind every great movement, there is a passionate voice—one voice that through persistence, diligence and fortitude becomes a thousand voices speaking for ten thousand more.

If Fran Drescher has her way, her voice will be heard by millions and will save countless lives.