TELEVISION: DICK MORRIS, BUT PERKIER

WITH MICHAEL J. FOX AS AN ETHICALLY LAX POLITICAL AIDE, SPIN CITY IS THE SEASON'S BEST NEW SITCOM

It is a happy truth of working life that offices are generally not breeding grounds for zaniness, despite what so many sitcom producers would have us believe. Most of us do not jump up and down on trampolines placed next to our desks like the team on the short-lived software-company sitcom Dweebs. Most of us do not have catastrophe-magnet assistants afflicted with a taste for awful vintage clothing like the architects on last year's unfunny Partners. And most of us do not seek inspiration by unfurling toilet paper all over our desks like the copywriters on last season's insipid ad-world sitcom...

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