Murphy Brown is the star reporter of F.Y.I., a television weekly magazine series. Murphy is sarcastic, ambitious, and often self-involved and bossy - but she is also dedicated and ethical. She and her co-workers: Jim, Frank, Corky and Miles are often at each other's throats.
Last Episode10x22 Never Can Say Goodbye (2) Aired: May. 18, 1998
Jim seeks some career advice from Mike Wallace. Mike tells him he is boring and has lost his spark. Murphy begins her interview with God, who …
Series Fun Facts
- The outside building shown as Murphy Brown's home is the same building used to show as the home of Diana Prince in "Wonder Woman" (1975).
- One of the running series jokes was Murphy Brown's inability to get a good secretary or one that could work with her. During the show's 10-year run, Murphy had a total of 93 secretaries.…
[show]One of the running series jokes was Murphy Brown's inability to get a good secretary or one that could work with her. During the show's 10-year run, Murphy had a total of 93 secretaries. (They were referred to by number in the closing credits cast list, as "Secretary #1," "Secretary #2," etc.) One that was very efficient was Marcia Wallace, playing her Carol Kester character from The Bob Newhart Show. At the end of the show, Bob Hartley (Bob Newhart) showed up and pleaded for her to return, which she did. In one episode, Murphy discovered there was a support group for her former secretaries, where they comforted each other over their inability to keep the job.
- The recurring character of Stuart Best (played by Wallace Shawn) is a reference to former Beatles members Stuart Sutcliffe and Pete Best.