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Fox retains his wonderful timing and delivery, adroitly hitting his stride in his one-on-one romantic scenes with costar Carla Gugino. But the political satire that makes up the rest of the show is toothless, corny, passé.
Spin City is smart stuff. The one-liners zing, Mr. Fox and company are disarming and the 22 minutes flow by effortlessly. The only snag is that concept of spin. Are those who toy with the truth all that funny?
Sophisticated, snap-crackle clever and deeply cynical -- in fact, it is one of the most cynical television series I have ever seen. If that's your definition of smart, then you will adore this series..
Spin benefited not just from the charm of Fox but also was blessed with one of the better sitcom ensembles of the nineties. Plots are broad and the comedy is physical, but the show was well written and amazingly acted.