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"Spin City" An American Deputy Mayor in Paris (2000)

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Original Air Date:
10 May 2000 (Season 4, Episode 23)
Mike follows Caitlin to Paris in order to break up her engagement to Trevor. James preps Randall to receive an award that he may not have earned. Stuart asks Nikki to pose for a calendar so that he can donate proceeds to charity. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Andy Cadiff 
Writing credits
Gary David Goldberg (created by) &
Bill Lawrence (created by)

Philip Wen (written by) &
Bill Callahan (written by)

Produced by
Walter Barnett .... producer
Danelle Black .... consulting producer
Andy Cadiff .... executive producer
Bill Callahan .... co-producer
Chris Case .... producer (as Christopher Case)
Richard Day .... executive producer
Michael J. Fox .... executive producer
Tom Hertz .... co-executive producer
Tim Hobert .... producer
Bill Lawrence .... executive producer
John Michel .... co-producer
Jon Pollack .... producer
Tad Quill .... producer
David Ronn .... producer
Steve Rose .... producer
David S. Rosenthal .... executive producer
Jay Scherick .... producer
Randall Winston .... associate producer
Original Music by
Shelly Palmer 
Cinematography by
Richard Quinlan (director of photography) (as Dick Quinlan)
Film Editing by
John Michel 
Casting by
Bonnie Finnegan 
Production Design by
Cabot McMullen 
Art Direction by
Doug Ellis 
Set Decoration by
Diana White 
Costume Design by
Patricia Field  (as Pat Field)
Rebecca Weinberg  (as Rebecca W Field)
Makeup Department
Matiki Anoff .... key makeup artist
Lynn Campbell .... key makeup artist (as Lynn Cambell)
Beatrice De Alba .... key hair stylist
Lisa Hazell .... hair stylist
Michelle Johnson .... key hair stylist
Jovan Vitagliano .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Christopher Aubin .... production supervisor
Steve Rose .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Julie Meehan .... first assistant director
Paul B. Pedreira .... second assistant director (as Paul Burke Pedreira)
Art Department
Joel Barkow .... property master
Pam LeNau .... charge scenic
Raymond J. Stenzel .... construction coordinator (as Ray Stenzel)
Rachael Weinzimer .... props
Travis Wright .... leadman
Eric Yount .... construction foreman
Sound Department
Dan Guachione .... boom operator
Rich Jacob .... production sound mixer
Scott Delaney .... post-production audio (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Dana Altomare .... camera operator
Michael Caracciolo .... camera operator
Brad Goss .... key grip
Gábor Kövér .... camera operator (as Gábor Kovar)
Gregory Principato .... first assistant camera
Donna Quante .... camera operator
Greg Quinlan .... gaffer
Paul Wachter .... best boy grip
Carol Wetovich .... camera operator
Casting Department
Danielle Diller .... casting associate
Bonnie Finnegan .... original casting
Susan Vash .... original casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Michael Anzalone .... wardrobe supervisor
Kate Southern .... key costumer
Marian Toy .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
John Alexander Acosta .... assistant editor (as John Acosta)
Roger Doran .... colorist
Pat Kelleher .... on-line editor
Gina Santonas .... post-production coordinator
Transportation Department
Jimmy Nugent .... transportation captain
Other crew
Bill Callahan .... story editor
Jill Cargerman .... story editor
Deirdre Donohue .... production coordinator (as Deirdre Cook)
Gary David Goldberg .... executive consultant
Kathleen Goldpaugh .... second team
Timothy Hardin .... production staff (as Tim Hardin)
Robb Hunter .... second team
Marisa Katz .... assistant to executive producer
Carl Lauten .... technical coordinator
Miyoko Chatel Love .... assistant to executive producer
Steven Prigge .... production assistant
Ben Rimalower .... assistant to executive producer
Wills Robbins .... second team
Chrissy Spino .... production associate
Dawn Urbont .... story editor
Karen Wald .... script supervisor
Philip Wen .... story editor
Jann Yogman .... production associate

Series Crew
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Writing credits
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Bill Lawrence  created by

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Additional Details

Argentina:30 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Members of the Long Island Rugby Club were used as background actors in the scene where Mike can't get any sleep on the airplane.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Usual Suspects (1995)See more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
After so lacking episodes, this was worthy watching., 1 March 2015
Author: kfo9494 from United States

In this episode, Caitlin is off to Paris to remarry her former husband. Right before she is to fly over, she makes an appearance at Mike's apartment and wants to kiss him one more time. Then she leaves without Mike saying anything. The next morning Mike tells Carter the story and wishes that he had told her that he loved her. Now he is setting off to Paris to tell Caitlin that he is in love with her.

There are also two other ideas floating around the episode. one involves Stuart trying to get Nikki to pose in a swimsuit. he tells her that it is raise money for an orphanage but in fact it is just to satisfy Stuart's fantasy. -- In what was probably the funniest part of the show, plus the least amount of time spent on the idea, was the Mayor getting an honor for his time in the military. The Mayor's unit had blown-up an enemy bridge but when he tells James the real story of what happened that night, it turns into comedy gold.

This was not a bad episode. There was enough humorous things going on that the show kept its interest. Again Barry Bostwick proved his worthy as he made the story of his military service very funny by his quirks and sense of timing. After some episodes that were lacking, this episode brought the series back to what is expected. Good watch.

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