Niles-C.C. Relationship
Kissing at last!

Shipped Characters

C.C. Babock


Married; In Love

Niles-C.C. Relationship is one of the relationships on the tv sitcom The Nanny.


C.C.'s main opponent is Niles (played by Daniel Davis), the Sheffields' butler. He has despised her from the start, and frequently makes quips at her expense. One of C.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). Due to her lack of boyfriends and fixation on Maxwell, there are hints that C.C. is depressed and spends a fortune on therapy sessions. Her parents are divorced, although her father Stewart is portrayed as amiable.

C.C.'s luck changesEdit

During the final season of the show, the hate between Niles and C.C. reaches its climax; during an argument, their mutual rage turns to lust, and they suddenly start kissing each other passionately. Later, Niles finds that he can no longer effortlessly insult C.C. like he used to, and accidentally blurts out a marriage proposal. On once he is turned down, Niles proposes again several times, only to be rejected and mocked at each attempt. This
situation becomes so intolerable that both Niles and C.C. declare they are terminating their employment with the Sheffield house and Maxwell's business, respectively. However, before Maxwell and Fran are able to talk them out of this decision, they stumble on Niles and C.C. in bed together.

C.C. and Niles marry in the series finale, as Fran is giving birth to twins. After they're being pronounced man and wife, C.C. learns that she is pregnant with Niles' baby, which causes both of them to faint. During the wedding ceremony, it is revealed that "C.C." stands for "Chastity Claire," which shocks everyone there.

She, along with Niles, accompanies the family to California.

Trivia Edit

  • Niles tricked a frenchman into thinking that C.C. stood for "CaCa."
  • Niles also tricked a newspaper to make everyone call C.C. "Ms. Boobcock."
  • C.C got pregnant which meant they are both parents soon.
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