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.
Recent hair loss - and wearing a wig - sends Murphy to a cancer support group.
A recently paroled inside trader enlists Murphy's help in starting a charitable foundation for breast cancer research.
Contract-renewal time for Murphy finds her believing that the network is grooming Corky as a replacement.
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.
Frank gets Murphy's approval on his girlfriend, but her foibles maker her a liability - not to mention her farm animals.
Murphy cheers up when Miller's popularity nose-dives, so she dreams up a way to get the underdog fired.
Corky and Miles finally have a wedding, but Corky neglects to tell her family. With Jean Stapleton.
A thankless Miller Redfield nabs a Humboldt Award - for a story mainly worked by FYI staffers. With Edwin Newman.
FYI goes on vacation when Murphy returns to her alma mater to receive an honorary degree.
After learning that a crew member has died, everyone recalls fond memories - except Murphy, who can't remember the guy.
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