Simon prays for a second chance, Ruthie prays for a pony, and Matt meets the girl he believes is the answer to his prayer.
Jim's reputation goes up in smoke after he's busted with the marijuana he once purchased for Murphy during her chemotherapy.
Fighting cancer proves tough for Murphy, who considers using marijuana to fight the nausea that came since she underwent chemotherapy.
Frank gets his girfriend's wayward son a job at FYI, where the staff takes advantage of the boy's main talent - intimidation.
A comedy of errors follows the staff's plans to air a CIA expose - while keeping Murphy's trusted source a secret from Kay.
With Jim in the hospital a not-so-bright newswoman arrives to help, and Frank and Murphy argue over who will provide Jim's commentaries.
Fed up with Kay's meddling, Murphy volunteers her to help Lansing revamp a talk show.
Murphy cheers up when Miller's popularity nose-dives, so she dreams up a way to get the underdog fired.
Frank writes an autobiographical play he asks Murphy to produce, but its premiere reveals an unknown side of the author.
Staffers try to maintain a united front against Kay until she passes out plum assignments, and moves a story meeting to her plush office.
A time-slot change and staff reductions are rumored as Murphy notes her eighth year of sobriety, in which she hopes to take steps to make amends.
Corky and Miles finally have a wedding, but Corky neglects to tell her family. With Jean Stapleton.
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