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Murphy Brown

Murphy Brown is the star reporter of ``FYI,'' a newsmagazine series. Murphy is sarcastic, ambitious, often self-involved and bossy -- but she is also dedicated and ethical. She and her co-workers -- including Jim, Frank and Corky -- are often at one another's throats, even though they care about one another. Eldin, Murphy's house painter and confident, never seems to finish his painting contract at Murphy's house (before leaving the show). The comedy series tackles some serious topics, including Murphy being a single mother and being treated for breast cancer.

Nov 14, 1988
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All Upcoming Times for Murphy Brown

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The Square Triangle

S04, E05  (First Aired: Oct. 7, 1991)
Murphy finally finds a competent secretary, Miles' girlfriend.

Full Circle

S04, E06  (First Aired: Oct. 14, 1991)
Murphy mourns her mother's death; guest Darren McGavin.

Brown Like Me, Part 1

S02, E10  (First Aired: Nov. 27, 1989)
Murphy's divorced parents (Colleen Dewhurst, Darren McGavin) visit.

Brown Like Me, Part 2

S02, E11  (First Aired: Nov. 27, 1989)
Murphy's divorced parents (Colleen Dewhurst, Darren McGavin) visit.

The Smiths Go to Washington

S04, E07  (First Aired: Oct. 28, 1991)
The ``FYI'' team covets the rights to a saucy videotape made by a small-town family.

It Came From College

S04, E08  (First Aired: Nov. 4, 1991)
Murphy looks after a friend's 18-year-old daughter (Anne Heche).

The Queen of Soul

S04, E09  (First Aired: Nov. 11, 1991)
Murphy sings a duet with Aretha Franklin.

Inside Murphy Brown

S04, E10  (First Aired: Nov. 18, 1991)
Murphy learns her baby's gender.

Mission Control

S04, E11  (First Aired: Nov. 25, 1991)
The staff serves Thanksgiving dinner at a homeless shelter.

The Anchorman

S06, E17  (First Aired: Jan. 24, 1994)
Jim's English pub is a big success.

The Strike

S02, E12  (First Aired: Dec. 11, 1989)
The staff must deal with a technicians' strike.

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(First Aired: Nov. 14, 1988)
A high-profile reporter provides laughs in the newsroom.