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The Mayor May Not 

Tired of Stuart's pranks, Paul and James team up to fight back. Carter falls for a rich man whose principles he doesn't share. Randall ponders a run for Senator, and sends Mike and Caitlin to couples therapy to stop their bickering.

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Tired of Stuart's pranks, Paul and James team up to fight back. Carter falls for a rich man whose principles he doesn't share. Randall ponders a run for Senator, and sends Mike and Caitlin to couples therapy to stop their bickering.

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When Mike and the Mayor are talking about not running for Senator, the mayor is putting golf balls. Right when the Mayor bends down to set-up the ball, Mike goes across the room to get the campaign buttons. You see the boom microphone at the top of the screen following Mike. See more »

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Nikki Faber: [Carter has been seeing this rich guy] ... according to this, he has never given a cent to charity.
Carter Heywood: Oh my god. How can I fall for someone that doesn't do charity work.
Stuart Bondek: Wouldn't bother me.
Carter Heywood: Stuart, dating you is charity work.
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The Mayor is rethinking running for Senate.
14 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Mayor is having second thought about running for Senate which is the only thing that has brought Mike and Catlin together. It even appears that Mike and Catlin are, in their own way, starting to get along with one another.

In one of the more funnier story of this episode, Paul and James have teamed up to get back at Stuart for all the practical jokes. At first it does not go well then all of the sudden Paul and James get their sweet revenge on Stuart. But someone needs to tell them what exactly 'is' a practical joke.

There is another story about Carter dating a rich man but there was little excitement in that tale. Overall, the situation with Paul and James was by far one of those laugh-out-loud moments that happen every so often. Thinking about what happened it may not be funny now- but at the time it was brilliantly played by Richard Kind and Alexander Chaplin.

Things are beginning to come together as we hit early in season four. After some story-lines that seemed weak, the writers are back on the saddle with full and interesting topics. This was an episode that brings back the humorous side of the series.


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