President Clinton pays a visit to City Hall, during which James helps Paul to obtain a photograph with the President. Nikki and Carter have a flirting contest.



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Geoffrey Ewing ...
Agent Duncan (as Geoffrey C. Ewing)
Janine Solfort
Carol Quinn
Wali Collins ...
Cab Driver
Flirtatious Man in Bar


Mike tries to cure the mayor's phobia about absurdly hitting president Clinton before he actually visits city hall. Secret Service agent Duncan is determined to keep unauthorized persons away, including Paul, who commandeers James as decoy to shoot a picture. Meanwhile Carter and Nicki's vanity leads to a contest in seductive flirting. Written by KGF Vissers

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19 April 2000 (USA)  »

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The President makes a visit to City Hall.
10 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The President is set to visit City Hall and Mayor Winston is wanting his support for a Senate run. But it seems that Winston is nervous about the meeting and wants Mike by his side when he meets the President. The reason why he wants Mike around is to calm him down because he has this thought in his head that he is going to slap the President.

In the meantime, Caitlin is upset at not being chosen to meet the president and goes out to a bar with Stuart. She becomes intoxicated and then decides to go to City Hall to find Mike. It just so happens she runs into the President and needless to say things do not go well.

There are also a couple of other stories going on in this episode as one involves Carter and Nikki having a bet about who can pick up a woman the fastest. Things do not go well in their plot either. Paul and James are out to get a photo with the president but it seems that they do not use the best way to communicate their actions.

This had some nice stories that was interesting from beginning to end. A well acted and well written episode that was fun to watch. There are laughs all around as each story held-up nicely and made for an entertaining event. Good watch.

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