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Murphy Brown
Episode 20 : Dial and Substance

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Episode 20 : Dial and Substance

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Season 10

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30m

Murphy finds a secretary that she likes; only nobody else likes his abrasive approach. Jim is planning a rendezvous with Doris in Maine. When he tries to go through the metal detector at the airport he is found to be in possession of a small quantity of marijuana, the marijuana that he purchased to help Murphy get through her chemotherapy. He dismisses it all as a minor inconvenience until the press gets hold of the story. In the ensuing media frenzy, Jim prefers to remain silent, Murphy thinks ...


Genres: Comedy

Episodes
Episode 1 : Murphy Redux
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Episode 2 : A Butcher, A Faker a Bummed-Out Promo Maker
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Episode 3 : Ectomy, Schmectomy
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Episode 4 : Operation: Murphy Brown
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Episode 5 : Florence Night-en Corky
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Episode 6 : Waiting to Inhale
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Episode 7 : Petty Woman
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Episode 8 : From Here to Jerusalem
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Episode 9 : Tempus Fugit
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Episode 10 : I Hear a Symphony
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Episode 11 : From the Terrace
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Episode 12 : The Last Temptation of Murphy
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Episode 13 : Turpis Capillus Annus (Bad Hair Day)
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Episode 14 : Wee Small Hours
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Episode 15 : Then and Now
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Episode 16 : Opus One
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Episode 17 : Seems Like Gold Times
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Episode 18 : Second Time Around
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Episode 19 : A Man and a Woman
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Episode 21 : Never Can Say Goodbye (1)
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Episode 22 : Never Can Say Goodbye (2)
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