September 20, 1993 12:00 am
An arrogant new colleague threatens everyone on the staff, especially Murphy who's just reduced her role on FYI resulting from the pressures of motherhood. Their relationship hits it off real well just as the show is ready to air.
September 27, 1993 12:00 am
Murphy gets an interview with a reclusive '60s literary idol, but times and people have changed.
October 4, 1993 12:00 am
After going to a function with Mitchell, Murphy begins to date him. Is there anything there, or do they just like it when heads turn?
October 11, 1993 12:00 am
A series of on-air comments made by Peter and Murphy gets the staff forced to attend a seminar on political correctness.
October 18, 1993 12:00 am
The staff gets nervous when Peter whisks away a depressed Corky on her 30th birthday.
October 25, 1993 12:00 am
Peter and Murphy compete for the Middle East peace story. Miles obtains sideline passes to a Redskins' game where he plans to propose to Audrey via the scoreboard, but finds he is so wrapped up with work he didn't even notice that she has left him. Corky thinks the passes are cursed when more bad things occur to anyone in possession of them.
November 1, 1993 12:00 am
Murphy works reluctantly on a story the network brass wants on ""The Beltway Madam,"" a high priced call girl who's just been exposed and is the hottest story in town.
November 8, 1993 12:00 am
Murphy has nightmares about what her colleagues will say about her when they are interviewed for a biography that she has authorized to be written.
November 15, 1993 12:00 am
Peter, Frank & Murphy are all nominated for the Humboldt Award. While at the ceremony, Murphy can't understand how disinterested Peter is in the award and Frank hears a rumor about a network having to make cutbacks.
November 22, 1993 12:00 am
Murphy is obsessed with the need to try to explain death to Avery and bothers everyone for their perspective.
November 29, 1993 12:00 am
To improve upon her image, Murphy gets a publicist and makes an appearance on a children's puppet show.
December 6, 1993 12:00 am
Miles comes under public scrutiny when he is misquoted in a magazine article that makes him out to be the biggest male chauvinist in Washington, DC.
December 13, 1993 12:00 am
Miles manages to get an invitation to the White House for Murphy, but when she's driving back, she has another passenger in the car, Socks, the president's cat. Without knowing it yet, Murphy is braging at the bullpen on how great she behaved and how she monopolized Hillary. Frank shows up and tells them that the president's cat is missing, everybody thinks Murphy has something to do with it. Murphy is offended by their comments, she denies it and leave. Moments later she's back with something wrapped up in her coat. She tells Frank to her office and shows him Socks, soon after that the whole gang see it, and even though Murphy claims she's inocent, no one believe her. Miles says she must take the cat back. Murphy is afraid to do so, she things if they see her with the cat she'll be banned again from the White House. The next day, Murphy meets Miles at Phil's, she tells him she still has the cat, she's worried because the cat won't eat anything, and if there's anything worse than
January 3, 1994 12:00 am
Murphy gets rude remarks by radio personality, Marty Crane. She gets mad but the gang actually thin the things Marty says about Murphy are funny. They're all now at a charity event at Phill's, while every one of the gang donated something to be auctioned, Murphy decided to donate herself, that means the winner will spend a whole day with her in the office and then go to dinner. Marty Crane is there, and buys Murphy for 10 thousand dollars. Murphy doesn't accept it at first but then agrees, after all I can't be that bad. But it is, Marty shows up at the bullpen with cameras and girls with costumes. At her office, they start talking and Marty says that by the end of the day, she'll start seing him differently. Murphy doens't think so. At the restaurant Murphy doens't seem to want people to see her with Marty, which he notices. They have a honest talk, and Murphy starts to understand his point of view and they make plans to get together again. The next morning while driving to work,
January 10, 1994 12:00 am
An injured Peter returns from Bosnia and eventually they admit missing each other and decide to have a relationship they know will go down in flames.
January 17, 1994 12:00 am
Murphy's report and comments about modern art lead to her appearance on a PBS talk show, defending her views against art critics. Later she takes one of Avery's paintings and puts it on display to show them what they really know about art.
January 24, 1994 12:00 am
Jim decides to open an English pub called ""The Anchorman"" and it turns out to be a big success as a gay bar.
January 31, 1994 12:00 am
The team travels to Lillehammer, and Murphy, who's more interested in getting free stuff, has a ""fluff piece"" interview with a skater, which results in a disaster for Norway.
February 28, 1994 12:00 am
After her car is stolen out of her driveway, Murphy joins the neighborhood watch, but discovers that her neighbors are borderline vigilantes.
March 7, 1994 12:00 am
FYI's 17th anniversary show is more than complete when an annoying former anchor returns. They plot to get rid of him again until Murphy finds out what he once did for her before the 1st show.
March 14, 1994 12:00 am
Frank's psychologist tells him after 18 years of therapy that he's cured and needs to move on and he leans on Murphy for support.
March 28, 1994 12:00 am
When Murphy take Miles shopping for a new suit, he becomes humiliated when she ""sees it"" and then everyone else finds out. Later, everyone else lets out their most embarrassing moment.
May 2, 1994 12:00 am
Peter returns to town and he and Murphy pick up right where they left off. Back at her place, Murphy delays the inevitable.
May 9, 1994 12:00 am
Despite the network's policy against it, Murphy decides to play a ""small, but pivotal role"" in director Louis Malle's new film. After getting the script, Murphy goes to the set to get changes made that will protect her ""journalistic integrity.""
May 16, 1994 12:00 am
Frank, Jim and Murphy are all up for contract renewals as FYI celebrates the airing of its 500th broadcast and their egos go unchecked.