New York's deputy mayor plays politics with his staff.
Charlie Sheen, Heather Locklear, Barry Bostwick, Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman, Lana Parrilla, Michael Fox, Connie Britton, Alexander Chaplin, Victoria Dillard, Jennifer Esposito, Faith Prince, Alexander Gaberman, Carla Gugino, Taylor Stanley
Gary Goldberg (Executive Producer), Tom Hertz (Executive Producer), Reese Bryant (Writer), Ted Wass (Director), Robert Cornick (Writer), Tom Hertz (Writer), Hadley Davis (Writer), Bonnie Schneider (Writer), Stacy Traub (Writer), Bill Callahan (Writer), Philip Wen (Writer), Matt Drake (Writer), Michelle Nader (Writer), Mark Torgrove (Writer), Paul a. Kaplan (Writer), Chris Henchy (Writer), Hugh Webber (Writer), Jon Pollack (Writer), Tim Hobert (Writer), Mark Torgove (Writer), Stacy Taub (Writer), Bob Callahan (Writer), Peter Schneider (Writer), Paul Kaplan (Writer), Ted Hobert (Writer), Mark Banker (Writer), Michael Fox (Executive Producer), Jay Scherick (Writer), David Ronn (Writer), Andy Cadiff (Director), Philip Wenn (Writer), Tad Quill (Writer), David Rosenthal (Director), Dawn Urbont (Writer), Bill Lawrence (Writer)
|"Politically Incorrect" The mayor (Barry Bostwick) appears on "Politically Incorrect" and is accused of being a racist. Guest star: Bill Maher. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"That's Entertainment" The staff recalls their favorite movie moments when Mike makes them work the night of the Academy Awards. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"The Last Temptation of Mike" Mike (Michael J. Fox) agrees to donate sperm to help Claudia (Faith Prince) conceive; Stacy (Jennifer Esposito) is stalked by a tour guide at City Hall. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"Carter & Stuart & Bennett & Deirdre" Carter and Stuart (Michael Boatman, Alan Ruck) take revenge on each other by becoming friends with the other's ex-partner. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"A Star Is Born" Mike must decide whether to dump Mayor Winston's controversial nominee for chancellor of public schools. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"The Mayor With Two Brains" Tension erupts when a magazine profile about Mike (Michael J. Fox) focuses on Carter (Michael Boatman); James (Alexander Chaplin) develops a rash. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"Wall Street" Mike tries to teach James fiscal responsibility; an action figure of the mayor proves to be too much of a good thing. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"Klumageddon" Heidi tries to rekindle her romance with Mike when the mayor hires her to help publicize his animal rights campaign. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"Klumageddon" Nikki is led to believe Mike will leave her for Heidi Klum; the mayor doesn't realize Janelle wants to break up with him. (Repeat)||FXX|
|"Catcher in the Bronx" Mike tries to recall how Heidi Klum ended up in his bed; Mike must hire a manager for the mayor's Senate campaign. (Repeat)||FXX|
New York Mayor Randall Winston needs help running the city. So, for much of the series, he counts on Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty to help him. Flaherty, usually a man who is calm and organized, can ``spin'' out of control when it comes to his personal life, the ditzy mayor, and his abnormal co-workers. For the show's final two seasons, Flaherty is replaced as deputy mayor by Charlie Crawford after Michael J. Fox, who played Flaherty, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and left the show.
Charlie Sheen as Dep. Mayor Charlie Crawford
Heather Locklear as Caitlin Moore
Barry Bostwick as Mayor Randall WInston
Richard Kind as Paul Lassiter
Alan Ruck as Stuart Bondek
Michael Boatman as Carter Heywood
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