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March 20, 2000 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There were bunches of red roses on the "Spin City" set Friday night here on Stage D of Manhattan's Chelsea Piers entertainment complex. A special 100th episode cake decorated with the faces of all the sitcom's stars had been ordered, and actress Heather Locklear said she'd never seen so many people huddled around the glowing monitors on the darkened studio floor, watching the action. They had come to see the taping of "Goodbye," the season finale of ABC's hit sitcom and Michael J.
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March 20, 2000 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There were bunches of red roses on the "Spin City" set Friday night here on Stage D of Manhattan's Chelsea Piers entertainment complex. A special 100th episode cake decorated with the faces of all the sitcom's stars had been ordered, and actress Heather Locklear said she'd never seen so many people huddled around the glowing monitors on the darkened studio floor, watching the action. They had come to see the taping of "Goodbye," the season finale of ABC's hit sitcom and Michael J.
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September 26, 1999 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, Paul Lieberman is a Times staff writer
This is the day for the cast and crew of "Spin City" to put the finishing touches on the opening episode of a new season, on a baseball field, and for the character played by the show's own rookie, Heather Locklear, to discover that she's signed on to be the campaign manager for a New York mayor who wants to be a U.S. senator but who is--at every turn--a bozo.
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September 26, 1999 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, Paul Lieberman is a Times staff writer
This is the day for the cast and crew of "Spin City" to put the finishing touches on the opening episode of a new season, on a baseball field, and for the character played by the show's own rookie, Heather Locklear, to discover that she's signed on to be the campaign manager for a New York mayor who wants to be a U.S. senator but who is--at every turn--a bozo.
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October 7, 1997 | MICHELE WILLENS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
About 10 months ago, early into the first season of "Spin City," its star, Michael J. Fox, and its co-creator and executive producer, Gary David Goldberg, sat down for some "Mama Bear Oatmeal" at Sarabeth's Kitchen on New York's Upper East Side. There the two men--whose much-heralded TV reunion came seven years after their previous smash series, "Family Ties," had ended--confided that they were both miserable.
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October 7, 1997 | MICHELE WILLENS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
About 10 months ago, early into the first season of "Spin City," its star, Michael J. Fox, and its co-creator and executive producer, Gary David Goldberg, sat down for some "Mama Bear Oatmeal" at Sarabeth's Kitchen on New York's Upper East Side. There the two men--whose much-heralded TV reunion came seven years after their previous smash series, "Family Ties," had ended--confided that they were both miserable.
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