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.
Contract-renewal time for Murphy finds her believing that the network is grooming Corky as a replacement.
Fighting cancer proves tough for Murphy, who considers using marijuana to fight the nausea that came since she underwent chemotherapy.
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's refusal to marry a billionaire media mogul portends the end of her job and the end of the FYI series.
Murphy catches up with Walter Cronkite on a book tour, determined to learn what the legendary newsman thinks of her. With Tom Snyder.
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.
Murphy must sweet-talk a combatitive neighbor to secure a permit to expand her townhouse - a plan both illegal and an architectural travesty.
Frank writes an autobiographical play he asks Murphy to produce, but its premiere reveals an unknown side of the author.
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