Spin City (1996–2002)
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The Burgers of Wrath 

Randall, Carter, and Charlie spend time working in a fast-food restaurant. Stuart tries to impress Angie by feigning expertise on motorcycling. Paul teaches Caitlin the rigors of celibacy.

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In order to undo the image damage resulting from the mayor's mindless public silver spoon arrogance, he and team Charlie volunteer for a day to help out in a hamburger joint, counting on a slow day but an event causes a record rush. Carter's perfectionism drives his colleagues crazy, but his education pep-talks worked out even worse on the regular workers. Paul teaches Caitlin, sexually starved with Mike away, his tricks of ascetic celibacy, but may loose that knack instead. To impress a motor-obsessed city hall employee, Stuart volunteers to drive home her motorcycle, which requires overcoming his lifelong phobia and braving inter-island traffic. Written by KGF Vissers

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The title is derived from the 1939 novel "The Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1940 and the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962. See more »

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References The Mambo Kings (1992) See more »

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Could have been a funny show, however someone left out the comedy.
29 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a show that had so much potential, what we are left with is a show that was unfunny and uneventful. It was like waiting for something good to happen only to have it spoiled by dialog written for a drama and not a comedy.

The main part of the show centered around the Mayor sounding out news that the city had created many more jobs for its citizens. Then only to have Carter throw a bucket of water on the proceedings by saying that most of the jobs were minimal wage. So Charlie sets out for a photo-op where the Mayor will work at a fast food restaurant for an evening. This could have been a funny situation-- but it was again spoiled by Carter again dipping into the well for more water to ruin a good situation. It made the interesting condition a boring nightmare. There was another situation involving Caitlin and Paul but that had little bearing on the show.

The show had a good set-up and it was too bad it was not used. Someone should have stuck with comedy instead of going after political correctness in writing. It could have been funny, only problem - it wasn't.


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