Spin City: Season 2
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Michael J. Fox returns as New York City Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty in Spin City Season Two. Still the slickest, smartest pol around, he manages the daily problems of the greatest city in the world with confidence and crossed fingers while mitigating the mishaps of Mayor Randall Winston (Barry Bostwick, Rocky Horror Picture Show). There is no shortage of characters at City Hall, and most of them work for Mike. Abetted by his trusty staff (Richard Kind, Mad About You; Alan Ruck, Ferris Buellers Day Off; Michael Boatman, Arliss; Connie Britton, Friday Night Lights; Alexander Chaplin, The Basketball Diaries; and Victoria Dillard, Ali), Mike juggles the weight of the citys biggest problems and the endless blunders of the mayor with his own personal crises. This season he has got a little more help from his new hire, hard-nosed secretary Stacey Paterno (Jennifer Esposito, Samantha Who).
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Edit April 2010 Well, luckily that was just a bad blip in quality on those few episodes. There is still the occasional clunker in there; some episodes work better than others, the whole Heidi Klum thing has been dreadfully overplayed and the Mayor is morphing from simply naive to the idiotic. But it's still entertaining, although I find that the Stuart character (Alan Ruck) is becoming more OTT and unlikeable.
I loved "Spin City" when it was on TV, so the show going to DVD was a long time coming. Michael J. Fox has, had, and will always have a witty sense of humor. The show's writers were amazing, providing the cast with memorable lines and opportunities for great comedy. The cast members were perfect for each other, and by season 2 everyone was pretty well established in their characters. I've always loved workplace comedies; "News Radio," "The Office," "Frasier," "Sports Night." If you like any of those, you will also enjoy "Spin City."
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at least SHOUT has issued the whole series