Spin City

Season 4 Episode 3

All the Mayor's Men

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Oct 05, 1999 on ABC
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All the Mayor's Men
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Caitlin implants secret background checks on all City Hall employees. Mike, Stuart and Carter break into her office to see the files. Caitlin goes to Nikki and Janelle's girls' night out. The mayor is offered a part in a movie filming in New York.

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    Michael Boatman

    Michael Boatman

    Carter Sebastian Heywood

    Michael J. Fox (I)

    Michael J. Fox (I)

    Deputy Mayor Michael 'Mike' Patrick Flaherty

    Connie Britton

    Connie Britton

    Nicole 'Nikki' Catherine Faber

    Alexander Gaberman

    Alexander Gaberman

    James Hobert III

    Richard Kind

    Richard Kind

    Paul Thomas Lassiter

    Alan Ruck

    Alan Ruck

    Stuart Bondek

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Mayor: When it comes to my past, I'm on a need-to-know basis.

      • Stuart: I can't believe we're breaking into our own office.


        Carter: Relax. It probably doesn't even break the penal code.


        Stuart: What code?


        Carter: You never listen! I said penal. Penal!


        (Stuart chuckles)


        Carter: (sighs) I get it. It sounds like penis. Is that what you want to hear? Penis! PENIS!


        (Stuart laughs hard)


        Mike: The next person who shouts 'penis' is losing theirs.

      • Mike (about Caitlin): We're going to be at the mercy of this fascist in high heels!
        Stuart: Wow. Vegas flashback...

      • Stuart (to Carter): You're the one with an incentive to get caught. Prison is like summer camp to you people!

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • The title of this episode is a play on the name of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, All the King's Men, published in 1946.

      • Mike: 215, it's my favorite Bible verse. "Go John, Johnny be good. Go, go, go."

        This quote is an obvious reference to Michael J. Fox's famous scene in Back to the Future where he plays Johnny B. Goode in the fifties.

      • Stuart: Ah, I remember high school girls, to be thirty again.

        This is of course is a reference to Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Alan Ruck, who was thirty at the time, played a character (Cameron Frye) who was a high school student.

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