Spin City: Season 3, Episode 25

Klumageddon: Part 1 (18 May 1999)

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Randall asks Heidi Klum to help with an animal rights campaign, but she comes between Mike and ailing Nikki. James objects to Randall adding humor to his press conferences.

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Paul's blind flattery encourages the mayor to insert inappropriate, often clumsy 'humor' in his press conferences, which James tries to make clear but hardly dares, while the press revels. Just when Mike nurses sickly Nikki, the mayor brings Heidi Klul back in his life as spokesperson of the city's campaign against cruelty to animals, and she openly intends to win Mike back, recalling their sexual past. Written by KGF Vissers

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Paul Lassiter: [thinking about trying to liven up the press conferences] What am I suppose to do tell 'Knock-Knock' jokes?
Mayor Randall M. Winston Jr.: Wait, wait, that's a great idea.
Paul Lassiter: Thank you, Sir.
Mayor Randall M. Winston Jr.: We need to make our policy statements more entertaining. You know, spice things up with a few jokes.
James Hobert: Sir, I think that's a bad idea.
Mayor Randall M. Winston Jr.: Well then its official, we're doing it.
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Mike's love for Nikki will be tested.
13 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode Mike and Nikki's relationship is fully known to the staff. In fact, Mike wants everyone to know. But on this day, Nikki happens to be sick and will stay at Mike's apartment to recover. When Mike gets to work, the Mayor has a surprise for him. Heidi Klum, whom he use to date, is being used in the Mayor's campaign and it looks like she wants a little Mike Flaherty. Mike's love for Nikki is going to be tested when Heidi puts the moves on Mike in more ways than one.

In another story, the Mayor feels that his press conferences are not going well. So Paul and him insert some jokes into the items of the day. In the beginning things look like there going well, until the jokes wear thin.

Always nice to see the beautiful Heidi Klum on the screen. Plus it even appears that her acting ability has progressed since the last time she was at City Hall. This time she even appeared comfortable in front of the camera which will make for a better show. Even the Mayor with the lame jokes was easier to watch. A good entertaining show.


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