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      Season 5 – Spin City

      2000 Comedy List
      60% 5 Reviews Tomatometer New York Mayor Randall Winston needs help running the city. So, for much of the series, he counts on Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty to help him. Flaherty, usually a man who is calm and organized, can "spin" out of control when it comes to his personal life, the ditzy mayor, and his abnormal co-workers. For the show's final two seasons, Flaherty is replaced as deputy mayor by Charlie Crawford after Michael J. Fox, who played Flaherty, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and left the show. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Oct 18, 2000 Hello Charlie The new deputy mayor (Charlie Sheen) assumes his duties; Caitlin works to prevent a strike by tollbooth workers. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 25, 2000 Smile Charlie (Charlie Sheen) searches for a new dentist for the mayor (Barry Bostwick); Caitlin (Heather Locklear) hires a new assistant. Details Episode 3 Aired Nov 1, 2000 The Spanish Prisoner Caitlin thinks Charlie is taking a Spanish class to strengthen his relationship with the Latin community. Details Episode 4 Aired Nov 8, 2000 The Bone Collectors Caitlin is chosen as a guest host on "Live With Regis"; a construction crew finds bones underneath the Westside Highway. Details Episode 5 Aired Nov 15, 2000 Blind Faith Caitlin decides to work on her personality after a blind man breaks up with her because he finds her dull. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 22, 2000 Balloons Over Broadway Paul pretends Caitlin is his girlfriend when his mother visits; Caitlin is irritated that Charlie only dates women based on their looks. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 29, 2000 Lost and Found Charlie and Caitlin compete for the attention of Caitlin's friend Sam; the mayor must choose his travel companion. Details Episode 8 Aired Dec 6, 2000 All the Wrong Moves Charlie beats the mayor in racquetball, which crushes his ego; Stuart tries to find Carter his dream date. Details Episode 9 Aired Dec 13, 2000 The Burgers of Wrath The mayor and his staff end up behind the counter of a fast-food joint in an attempt to relate to the working class. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 20, 2000 Toy Story The mayor hopes to bag a great Christmas photo-op; Carter convinces Caitlin to help out at a retirement home. Details Episode 11 Aired Jan 10, 2001 The Perfect Dorm Paul tries to get over his ex-wife by moving into a college dormitory. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 17, 2001 Hey Judith The mayor's girlfriend becomes involved in policy issues; hockey coach Barry Melrose gives Stuart some pointers. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 24, 2001 The Gambler Charlie (Charlie Sheen) falls into his old habits when he plays poker with Stuart, Paul and Carter (Alan Ruck, Richard Kind, Michael Boatman). Details Episode 14 Aired Feb 7, 2001 In the Company of Dudes Charlie (Charlie Sheen) calls on an old college friend (guest star Jason Priestley) to help the mayor (Barry Bostwick) out of a legal jam. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 14, 2001 The Image Maker A professional consultant (guest star Joanna Going) suspects Charlie (Charlie Sheen) may be hurting the mayor's (Barry Bostwick) image with women. Details Episode 16 Aired Feb 21, 2001 Trainstopping Charlie gets trapped in a stalled subway train; the press has a field day when the mayor parks his limo in a children's van-pool spot. Details Episode 17 Aired Feb 28, 2001 Rain on My Charades The mayor (Barry Bostwick) asks Caitlin (Heather Locklear) for help when his daughter's lifestyle becomes a bit much. With Charlie Sheen. Details Episode 18 Aired Apr 25, 2001 You've Got Male Caitlin competes against Charlie for a significant account; the mayor takes Paul to a father/son golf-tournament. Details Episode 19 Aired May 2, 2001 Minor League Charlie attempts to relive his past by trying out for a minor league baseball team. Details Episode 20 Aired May 9, 2001 Science Friction Caitlin falls for a wealthy philanthropist (Scott Wolf); the mayor feels threatened when Charlie takes over as acting mayor. Details Episode 21 Aired May 16, 2001 Brotherly Love Charlie and Tim try to prove who's more macho to impress Caitlin; Carter's sister is mistaken for his lover. Details Episode 22 Aired May 23, 2001 A Shot in the Dark When a gun shot lands Charlie in the hospital, he uses his condition to milk Caitlin for attention. Details Episode 23 Aired May 23, 2001 A Shot in the Dark When a gun shot lands Charlie in the hospital, he uses his condition to milk Caitlin for attention. Details Next
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      Previous Brandy McDonnell The Oklahoman Even viewers who don't clearly recall the later years of the Big Apple office comedy will develop a sense that they've been there and done this - or at least that Sheen has Sep 14, 2018 Full Review Christel Loar PopMatters With both Locklear and Sheen basically playing characters they've played before (he's the slick charmer with a bad boy past, she's the cold, uptight, control-freak), it seems a little sluggish. 5/10 Sep 14, 2018 Full Review Barbara Vancheri Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Sheen, it turns out, is up to the task. He slides easily into the ensemble, especially in his scenes with Heather Locklear as Caitlin Sep 14, 2018 Full Review David Zurawik Baltimore Sun Bad-boy Charlie Sheen replaces good-boy Michael J. Fox, and the series looks like it could be better. Sep 14, 2018 Full Review Mike Lipton People Magazine Sheen's deadpan cool is the refreshing flip side to Fox's hyperkinetic heat, and his edgy chemistry with Heather Locklear has potential. Sep 14, 2018 Full Review Next
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      Season Info

      Director
      Ted Wass
      Executive Producer
      Gary David Goldberg, Tom Hertz
      Screenwriter
      Philip Wen, Jon Pollack, Mark Torgove, Michelle Nader, Hadley Davis, Reese Bryant, Ted Hobert, Stacy Traub, Peter Schneider, Mark Banker, Tom Hertz, Stacy Taub, Paul A. Kaplan, Bonnie Schneider, Tim Hobert, Bill Callahan, Bob Callahan
      Network
      ABC
      Rating
      TV-PG (L|D)
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Oct 18, 2000
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