Randall needs dental work, but his long-time dentist drops dead during the procedure. Charlie interviews personal assistants until Caitlin hires one based on looks. Stuart goads Carter into aggression when Carter's parking space is stolen.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Paul Lassiter
Stuart Bondek
Carter Heywood
Dr. Marsh Laughlin, DDS
Christina Carnell ...
Anne Bellamy ...
John Carney ...


The mayor must launch a 'Smile, New York' campaign, but needs dental care first. Charlie must take Randall to his childhood dentist, Dr. Marsh Laughlin, but he dies on the spot and sycophant Paul convinces the boss he still look good enough. Caitlin gets to hire an assistant for Charlie and her, but can't resist gorgeous airhead Blake's unprofessional charms. He becomes Paul's disciple and every girl eye-candy, but must be fired. Stuart feeds Carter's indignation over a bicycle stealing his parking space until it turns him into a bully, then snaps the trap. Written by KGF Vissers

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25 October 2000 (USA)  »

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Caitlin Moore: I hired Blake strictly based on his qualifications.
Charlie Crawford: Not on his looks?
Caitlin Moore: Nooo. Why, you think he's good looking?
Mayor Randall M. Winston Jr.: For god sakes Caitlin, open your eyes. The man's delicious.
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Was expecting more but got less.
10 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, we convert back to the norm as three separate situations are touched-on in the show giving all main characters a chance to bake in the limelight. The main story involved Caitlin's dislike that Charlie is picking an assistant based solely on how the woman looks in a tight sweater. When Charlie gives the duty of selecting the assistant over to Caitlin, it seems that she has the same flaws.

The better story involved the Mayor having to have some dental work for an upcoming poster that features the new campaign for the city as 'Smile, New York'. But when the Mayor goes to his dentist, the one he has had for over fifty years, things do not go as planned. It looks like the Mayor will not be part of the photo setting when the new campaign poster are set.

There was another mild story that had Carter getting upset at a person that was parking a bike in his parking slot, but that story went no where. -- There was a few funny lines in the show but they were few and far between. The story of Mayor was much more interesting but it seemed that the writers wanted to feature a less humorous story about the assistant. This made the episode rather plain. Was expecting more but got less.

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