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1. Spin City (1996–2002)
Episode: How to Bury a Millionaire (1999)

30 min | Comedy

7.8
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Paul is set to appear on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and recruits the other staffers to help him in case he needs to "phone a friend." During a rescue operation to free a trapped baby, ... See full summary »

Writers: Gary David Goldberg, Bill Lawrence, Chris Case | Director: Andy Cadiff | Stars: Michael J. Fox, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman

2. Spin City (1996–2002)
Episode: The Great Debate (1999)

30 min | Comedy

7.6
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Mike courts a wealthy NYC socialite to fund Randall's Senate campaign, which Caitlin bankrupted. Nikki and Janelle compete to mentor a hunky intern. Paul moves in with coworkers temporarily after a tiff with Claudia.

Writers: Gary David Goldberg, Bill Lawrence, Jill Cargerman | Director: Andy Cadiff | Stars: Michael J. Fox, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman

3. Spin City (1996–2002)
Episode: Dead Dog Talking (1998)

30 min | Comedy

7.5
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Mike takes credit when someone else saves a baby from falling into the zoo's sea lion tank. Paul uses crutches to obtain undeserved sick leave but Stacy knows he's faking. Carter brings home a 19-year-old dog named Rags.

Writers: Gary David Goldberg, Bill Lawrence, Tom Hertz | Director: Andy Cadiff | Stars: Michael J. Fox, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman

4. Spin City (1996–2002)

30 min | Comedy

7.4
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In this sitcom, Charlie, who takes Mike Flaherty's place in later years, is the Deputy-Mayor of New York City, and his team of half-wits must constantly save the Mayor from embarrassment and the media.

Stars: Michael J. Fox, Charlie Sheen, Heather Locklear, Richard Kind

5. Spin City (1996–2002)
Episode: The Marry Caitlin Moore Show (2000)

30 min | Comedy

7.3
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In order to improve Mayor Winston's political advertisements, Mike hires a British director named Trevor who turns out to be more than just an old friend to Caitlin. James obsesses over ... See full summary »

Writers: Gary David Goldberg, Bill Lawrence, Tad Quill | Director: John Fortenberry | Stars: Michael J. Fox, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman

6. Spin City (1996–2002)
Episode: Suffragette City (2000)

30 min | Comedy

7.2
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Mike hires New York's oldest living voter, a 107-year-old woman, for a job. Caitlin's romance with Trevor upsets him. Paul muscles in on James' Hey Guy. Carter accuses a landlord of discriminating against gays.

Writers: Gary David Goldberg, Bill Lawrence, Tom Hertz | Director: Andy Cadiff | Stars: Michael J. Fox, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman

7. Spin City (1996–2002)
Episode: Uneasy Rider (2000)

30 min | Comedy

7.2
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Randall seems unaffected by his cold father's death and rides an emotional roller coaster; Paul uses the opportunity to kiss up to him. Staffers use Paul's Magic 8 ball to make simple decisions. Is Caitlin attracted to James?

Writers: Tim Hobert, Jon Pollack | Director: Andy Cadiff | Stars: Michael J. Fox, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman

8. Spin City (1996–2002)
Episode: The Spanish Prisoner (2000)

30 min | Comedy

6.7
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Charlie never graduated school due to a missed Spanish final exam, and Caitlin does more harm than good in trying to help. Randall installs a water cooler. Stuart is jealous of Carter's friendship with Caitlin and uses Rags to get even.

Writers: Gary David Goldberg, Bill Lawrence, Bill Callahan, Philip Wen, Stacy Traub, Bonnie Sikowitz, Hadley Davis | Director: Ted Wass | Stars: Charlie Sheen, Heather Locklear, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck