History YMMV / SpinCity

18th Mar '17 5:08:23 PM Brandon
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** [[Series/Bones John Francis Daly]] appears in a Season 6 episode playing an intellectual student who becomes fascinated with Charlie's lifestyle.

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** [[Series/Bones [[Series/{{Bones}} John Francis Daly]] appears in a Season 6 episode playing an intellectual student who becomes fascinated with Charlie's lifestyle.
18th Mar '17 5:07:59 PM Brandon
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** [[Series/Bones John Francis Daly]] appears in a Season 6 episode playing an intellectual student who becomes fascinated with Charlie's lifestyle.
15th Jan '17 2:53:06 PM Brandon
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Stacy was a very popular character despite only appearing in 2 of the 6 seasons.
21st Aug '16 9:44:39 AM maxwellsilver
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** The closest they got to acknowledging the disappearances of James, Nikki, Janelle, and Stacy was in Season 5's "Smile", where the Mayor (while grieving over the death of his favorite dentist) expresses lament over the fact that some people who were important to him have left within the past few months. Granted, he doesn't mention any names, but let's just say he's talking about Stacy, Nikki, Janelle, James, and of course Mike.* FunnyAneurysmMoment: "Age Against the Machine" features Charlie ultimately deciding that he's too old to party every night. If only Creator/CharlieSheen had come to that same conclusion...

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** The closest they got to acknowledging the disappearances of James, Nikki, Janelle, and Stacy was in Season 5's "Smile", where the Mayor (while grieving over the death of his favorite dentist) expresses lament over the fact that some people who were important to him have left within the past few months. Granted, he doesn't mention any names, but let's just say he's talking about Stacy, Nikki, Janelle, James, and of course Mike.Mike.
* FunnyAneurysmMoment: "Age Against the Machine" features Charlie ultimately deciding that he's too old to party every night. If only Creator/CharlieSheen had come to that same conclusion...
21st Aug '16 9:44:07 AM maxwellsilver
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: "Age Against the Machine" features Charlie ultimately deciding that he's too old to party every night. If only Creator/CharlieSheen had come to that same conclusion...

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* EpilepticTrees: James had already gotten fired last season and was on Mike's payroll as the "Deputy Deputy Mayor", so when Mike left..?
** James was re-hired as the Mayor's speech writer prior to Mike's departure, presumably due to budget cuts which meant they were understaffed.
** The closest they got to acknowledging the disappearances of James, Nikki, Janelle, and Stacy was in Season 5's "Smile", where the Mayor (while grieving over the death of his favorite dentist) expresses lament over the fact that some people who were important to him have left within the past few months. Granted, he doesn't mention any names, but let's just say he's talking about Stacy, Nikki, Janelle, James, and of course Mike.
* FunnyAneurysmMoment: "Age Against the Machine" features Charlie ultimately deciding that he's too old to party every night. If only Creator/CharlieSheen had come to that same conclusion...



* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode Mike and his crew accidently hires an interpretor for deaf people, who fakes his sign language, angering the deaf community. This later happened in RealLife [[http://www.cbsnews.com/news/mandela-service-interpreter-for-deaf-accused-of-faking-it/ at Nelson Mandela's funeral in 2013]].

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* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode Mike and his crew accidently accidentally hires an interpretor interpreter for deaf people, who fakes his sign language, angering the deaf community. This later happened in RealLife [[http://www.cbsnews.com/news/mandela-service-interpreter-for-deaf-accused-of-faking-it/ at Nelson Mandela's funeral in 2013]].



** More and more? It already started in the second episode, with Stuart asking Carter on a date (ItMakesSenseInContext).

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** More and more? It already started in the second episode, with Stuart asking Carter on a date (ItMakesSenseInContext).date.



* TheScrappy: Caitlin. To a lesser extent [[ReplacementScrappy Charlie]] qualify too.

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* TheScrappy: Caitlin. To a lesser extent [[ReplacementScrappy Charlie]] Charlie qualify too.



** It's even more of a tearjerker if you consider that Michael J. Fox only left because of [[GameBreakingInjury Parkinson's]]. Otherwise the show might have continued.

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** It's even more of a tearjerker if you consider that Michael J. Fox only left because of [[GameBreakingInjury Parkinson's]].Parkinson's. Otherwise the show might have continued.
26th Apr '16 9:14:55 AM Brandon
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** Fans of ''Once Upon a Time'' will recognize Lana Parilla as Charlie's secretary Angie in Season 5.
20th Jan '16 9:25:22 PM Brandon
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* HarsherInHindsight: Carla Gugino's final episode has Mike being worried that his and Ashley's differing political views and competitiveness could result in the destruction of their relationship. Ashley assures him everything's fine, and their relationship can withstand anything. Seems heartwarming, at first, but ''the very next episode'', had Mike just been dumped by Ashley, and going through a HeroicBSOD. Damn....
20th Jan '16 9:22:12 PM Brandon
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* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode Mike and his crew accidently hires an interpretor for deaf people, who fakes his sign language, angering the deaf community. This later happened in RealLife [[http://www.cbsnews.com/news/mandela-service-interpreter-for-deaf-accused-of-faking-it/ at Nelson Mandela's funeral in 2013]].
** From "The Spanish Prisoner." Caitlin tells Charlie, "You're so self-confident, so self-assured, with so little reason to be that way." Considering the kind of smug {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Sheen would later become ("Tiger Blood", "Winning")...
** On "How to Bury a Millionaire", Paul wins the top prize on Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire. Three days after the episode's original air date, John Carpenter became the first top prize winner on the real show.



* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode Mike and his crew accidently hires an interpretor for deaf people, who fakes his sign language, angering the deaf community. This later happened in RealLife [[http://www.cbsnews.com/news/mandela-service-interpreter-for-deaf-accused-of-faking-it/ at Nelson Mandela's funeral in 2013]].
** From "The Spanish Prisoner." Caitlin tells Charlie, "You're so self-confident, so self-assured, with so little reason to be that way." Considering the kind of smug {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Sheen would later become ("Tiger Blood", "Winning")...
** On "How to Bury a Millionaire", Paul wins the top prize on Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire. Three days after the episode's original air date, John Carpenter became the first top prize winner on the real show.
7th Jul '15 7:28:26 PM nombretomado
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** Jorge Garcia (Hurley from ''{{Lost}}'') appears briefly as a taxi driver in one of Michael J. Fox's TheBusCameBack episodes.

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** Jorge Garcia (Hurley from ''{{Lost}}'') ''Series/{{Lost}}'') appears briefly as a taxi driver in one of Michael J. Fox's TheBusCameBack episodes.
21st Jun '14 11:43:25 PM Brandon
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** Jorge Garcia (Hurley from ''{{Lost}}'') appears briefly as a taxi driver in one of Michael J. Fox's TheBusCameBack episodes.
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