Simon prays for a second chance, Ruthie prays for a pony, and Matt meets the girl he believes is the answer to his prayer.
Kay's proposed clip show sends staffers into a tailspin - and Murphy to her childhoold home in Philadelphia.
Fighting cancer proves tough for Murphy, who considers using marijuana to fight the nausea that came since she underwent chemotherapy.
Murphy gets ready to take a White House post and Joan Lunden prepares to fill Murphy's shoes at FYI.
Miller weaves a web of lies to impress his intimidating mom - who would love to think her son is married to Murphy, as well as the father of her child.
A guilt-ridden Murphy intends to make amends in an interview with a recent hero - old friend Stuart Best, who put out a museum fire that threatened prized television artifacts.
Murphy catches up with Walter Cronkite on a book tour, determined to learn what the legendary newsman thinks of her. With Tom Snyder.
Frank gets his girfriend's wayward son a job at FYI, where the staff takes advantage of the boy's main talent - intimidation.
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.
Frank gets Murphy's approval on his girlfriend, but her foibles maker her a liability - not to mention her farm animals.
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.
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