A demolition order shuts down the Summerwind; Fitz sets out to figure who is behind it.
Fitz's identity is accidentally deleted; he and Larry go to Miami for a birth certificate.
With his campaign coffers running low Fitz decides to seduce the old money establishment.
With Chester Vince firmly in control of the multicultural vote, Fitz sets out to prove that he too is a friend of the "ethnics".
Fitz' sex-for-votes tactic backfires when the president of the Ladies Auxiliary dies.
Fitz's "Last Honest Man" campaign is in danger of being derailed by Barry, a surly twenty-something who claims he's Fitz's illegitimate son.
With his popularity on the rise, Fitz sets out to seal his win by securing the sympathy vote.
Fitz starts his own religion.
Fitz tries to find another way to repeal the by-law and get his bar open.
Larry realized he is the only one who can stop Mayor Fitz.
There's only one thing standing between Fitz and survival; fruit-flavoured cereal.
Fitz tries to get the dealership back before his son is born.