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The Apartment 

When Randall's approval rating drops because of his relationship with Claire, Charlie advises him to be discreet; so Randall and Claire freeload on Charlie. Paul hires a publicist.

Director:

Ted Wass

Writers:

Gary David Goldberg (created by), Bill Lawrence (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Sheen ... Charlie Crawford
Heather Locklear ... Caitlin Moore
Richard Kind ... Paul Lassiter
Alan Ruck ... Stuart Bondek
Michael Boatman ... Carter Heywood
Barry Bostwick ... The Mayor
Farrah Fawcett ... Judge Claire Simmons
Lou Cutell ... Shelly Hallerman
Jeff Corbett ... John, Lawyer (as Jeffrey Corbett)
Tricia M. Kelly Tricia M. Kelly ... TV Reporter (as Tricia Kelly)
Julie Dretzin ... Jill
Laura Stone ... Tanya
Holly Mandel Holly Mandel ... Rebecca
Helen Siff ... Woman on TV
Nate Reese Nate Reese ... Man on TV
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Storyline

Charlie suggests avoiding bad publicity about the mayor's relationship with married judge Claire by hiding at a friend's place, but finds them horrible guests when Randall invites himself and her, without any regard for Charlie's love - and fan life. Caitlin dislike of baby talk chances as soon as someone lets her hold an infant. She resolves to opt for single motherhood, so Stuart postulates in vain as 'donor', Carter convinces her to practice by minding his spoiled own dog Rags, which proves daunting. Having unwittingly badmouthed the mayor on TV, Paul hires sleazy 'publicist' Shelly Hallerman. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 October 2001 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Episode #1.3 of this show was also named "The Apartment". See more »

Quotes

Mayor Winston: Nothing tugs on your heart strings like a group of men singing like women.
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References The Apartment (1960) See more »

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Funny lines and Funny gags make this episode entertaining
9 August 2017 | by kfo9494See all my reviews

In this enjoyable episode, the public is beginning to make comments about the Mayor dating a married woman. So in order to keep the comments down, Charlie tells the Mayor that they need to stay away from the mansion and go to a friend's house. Little did he know that he would be getting a knock at the door that very evening. In fact, the Mayor actually moves in with Charlie so that he and Claire can be together. And as you can guess, this does not sit too well with Charlie.

In another story, after Caitlin goes to her friend's baby-shower, she begins to think that she would like to have her own baby. Since she has never been around children very much, Carter lets Caitlin take Rags (the dog) home for a period of time in order to see if she can take care of him. It's not long before she is at the Vet's office.

This episode has some very funny lines and also humorous gags. One of the better gags is when the Mayor throws keys at Charlie only to have it land in a pan of hot cheese. It was literally a laugh-out-loud moment. An entertaining show that was fun to watch.


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