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Spin City (1996)
Great show...then came Heather...and Parkinson's
For three years, this show was awesome. The chemistry between the characters was amazing. It was so believable that all of them had been working closely in an office for years. The jokes never got old. That was all before Hurricane Locklear hit the stage and crippled the show. Then Parkinson's took out Michael J. and Charlie Sheen was brought in which was the death blow of this show. 1996-1999 seasons are the best and the only one's anyone should watch. Connie Britton was so much more hotter than Heather Locklear could dream of being. Britton's legs are more than perfect. Michael Boatman, as Carter Haywood, played his role perfectly and convincingly. I think he played the Gay role with respect and it wasn't always the subject of the show, which as a straight conservative Texan, I appreciated. Richard Kind as Paul Lassiter, what else can be said but the perfect bozo, great actor. Alan Ruck may not be a womanizing prankster in real life, but when he plays Stuart Bondek, how could you see him otherwise? Barry Bostwick showed great acting ability and superb comedic timing that only an actor of his level could pull off. Finally, we have Michael J. Fox, a great actor and comedian. It was a sad day when I learned he had Parkinson's Disease. His character Deputy Mayor Mike was the key man in the whole series. He was needed to make everything come together. Of course, I agree with several of the other comments that Charlie Sheen wasn't all that bad and, was a pretty good replacement for Michael J. But again we come back around to the Locklear factor of terrible. I'm sure that as the years have passed all involved with these shows will be able to look back with complete satisfaction of these few episodes.
Stitch! The Movie (2003)
Just not as good as the original!
This movie was okay, but I feel that it lacks in comparison to the original Lilo & Stitch Movie. I am a HUGE fan of the orginal, becuase I love how obnoxious Stitch is. I also love the first one better becuase the movie seems to incorporate Stitch's awkwardess on earth. I just love the part where he dresses like Elvis and plays guitar. Stitch The Movie is a good effort, but it does not have the magic that the first has. Plus, the fact that this movie is only one hour seems to make one believe that there is money lost in buying the DVD. I gave Lilo and Stitch a 10, but I have to give Stitch The Movie a 5.