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"Spit"
Season 1, Episode 6
Spit
Air date November 25, 2011
Written by Lyn Green & Richard Levine
Directed by Mario Van Peebles
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Spit is the sixth episode of the first season. It is the sixth episode of the series overall. It was first broadcast on November 25, 2011. It was written by Lyn Green & Richard Levine and directed by Mario Van Peebles.

PlotEdit

Kane takes a break from City Hall as his political image hits an all-time low. Kitty is at an emotional impasse, and Meredith, increasingly suspect of Kane's behavior, seeks opportunities of her own.

CreditsEdit

CastEdit

Starring

  1. Kelsey Grammer as Tom Kane
  2. Connie Nielsen as Meredith Kane
  3. Hannah Ware as Emma Kane
  4. Jeff Hephner as Ben Zajac
  5. Kathleen Robertson as Kitty O'Neill

Guest starring

  1. Martin Donovan as Ezra Stone
  2. Troy Garity as Sam Miller
  3. Daniel J. Travanti as Gerald "Babe" McGantry
  4. Rotimi Akinosho as Darius Morrison
  5. James Vincent Meredith as Alderman Ross
  6. Tim Decker as Ronnie Moretti
  7. Ricardo Gutierrez as Alderman Lalo Mata
  8. Joe Minoso as Moco Ruiz
  9. Nicole Forester as Maggie Zajac
  10. Danny Goldring as Ryan Kavanaugh
  11. Tony Mockus as Mayor Rutledge

Co-starring

  1. Chris Agos as Elliot McGantry
  2. John Carter Brown as Ward Boss #1
  3. Tony Difalco as Manuel
  4. Tom Gaitsch as Ward Boss #2
  5. Doug James as the Grey Haired Man
  6. John Judd as Eugene Hofstader
  7. Ed Kross as a Process Server
  8. Steve Lenz as Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
  9. Olumiji "Miji" Olawumi as E.Z.
  10. Ron OJ Parson as a Ross Caucus Member
  11. Tamberla Perry as Tia Ross
  12. Carmen Roman as Dr. Gabriela Reyes
  13. Craig Spidle as Peter Baine
  14. Christian Stolte as Frank Kohler
  15. Philip Toca as Haime

CrewEdit

Opening credits

  1. Peter Giuliano - Episodic Producer
  2. Bradford Winters - Co-Executive Producer
  3. Stella Bulochnikov - Executive Producer
  4. Brian Sher - Executive Producer
  5. Gus Van Sant - Executive Producer
  6. Lyn Green - Executive Producer
  7. Richard Levine - Executive Producer
  8. Farhad Safinia - Executive Producer
  9. Kelsey Grammer - Executive Producer
  10. Farhad Safinia - Creator
  11. Lyn Green &
  12. Richard Levine - Writer
  13. Mario Van Peebles - Director

Closing credits

  1. Randy S. Nelson - Associate Producer
  2. Angelina Burnett - Story Editor
  3. Kasper Tuxen - Director of Photography
  4. Daniel B. Clany - Production Designer
  5. Jo Francis - Editor
  6. Brian Reitzel - Music
  7. Joshua Throne - Unit Production Manager
  8. Todd Amateau - First Assistant Director (AD)
  9. Mike McNerney - Second AD
  10. Lauren Grey - Casting
  11. Claire Simon - Chicago Casting

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