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.
A recently paroled inside trader enlists Murphy's help in starting a charitable foundation for breast cancer research.
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.
Murphy catches up with Walter Cronkite on a book tour, determined to learn what the legendary newsman thinks of her. With Tom Snyder.
Fed up with Kay's meddling, Murphy volunteers her to help Lansing revamp a talk show.
As the show prepares to anchor the election coverage, Murphy is held hostage by disgruntled secretaries she has fired.
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.
Murphy makes a snide on-air remark about a popular talk-show host, setting off a tempetuous tv rivalry. With Shelley Long, Fred Willard.
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