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Gentleman's Agreement 

Mike tries to talk Mayor Winston out of joining a private club that prohibits women, but his efforts lead to both of them and several other staffers being trapped in the club steam room by ... See full summary »

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Mike tries to talk Mayor Winston out of joining a private club that prohibits women, but his efforts lead to both of them and several other staffers being trapped in the club steam room by a muckraking reporter. Meanwhile, Stuart tries to join the women's book club at the office and Paul tries to help when James is swindled by a local card shark. Written by Anonymous

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Mike Flaherty: [learning the Mayor is at the club] I'm heading down to Cabot House, you go back and hold down the fort.
Carter Heywood: Fine, but it I hear you had a hamburger or got a massage, so help me God there's going to be trouble.
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An all exclusive club is a problem for the Mayor.
7 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In the main story of this episode, the Mayor is a member of an exclusive club that offers to the rich and success. The 'Cabot Club' has long been a problem for the Mayor since they do not accept women. And now a local reporter is on a story to find the Mayor at the all men's club. Mike has talked to the Mayor about the situation but when the Mayor takes Mike with him, Mike falls in love with the club.

Now the reporter has a picture of the Mayor leaving the club. Mike offers some damage control at the time but when he calls to find the whereabouts of the Mayor, Winston is at the club. Mike goes to Cabot House to warn the Mayor and finds him in the steam room. But when they start to leave the room, the reporter is standing in the locker room. They are trapped in the steam room.

The story with the Mayor has some funny and unique lines. Thought the entire story was well written and well performed. The episode also has a side story about James and Paul playing a card scam. That story only enhanced the episode making for a wonderful watch.


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