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An Affair to Remember 

Mike plans a star-studded party for the Mayor's 50th birthday, but tries to keep him away from Holly Cohen, Randall's romantic interest from the governor's office so that the Winston marriage doesn't suffer.

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Mike plans a star-studded party for the Mayor's 50th birthday, but tries to keep him away from Holly Cohen, Randall's romantic interest from the governor's office so that the Winston marriage doesn't suffer.

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Even with the celebrities, it was just an average show.
3 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Mayor is having a birthday party and Mike has planned a big party in his honor. But things in Mayor Winston's life have been troubling. He has been spending a lot of time with a woman named Holly Cohen from the Governor's office. They have been working together on a project and now both seem to have feeling for each other. This is not going to sit well with Mayor Winston's wife.

It has got so bad that Paul has been taking questions about the Mayor's relationship with Holly. And now, at the birthday party, Winston is ready to make the relationship public, even if it cost him his political career.

The episode was fine but it did not have the same excitement that past shows have produced. In fact, it was more of a downer than a fun comedy sitcom. Other than the cameo of a few celebrities wishing the Mayor a happy birthday, there really is not much more that is fulfilling. Just an average type show.


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