Clever editing makes it seem like Murphy infiltrated the White House briefing room.
The former presidential candidate serves up a painful reminder.
"I was home very early," the "Murphy Brown" star said.
The cast and creator revealed new details of the CBS revival during a Television Critics Association panel.
She and her sweater speak from experience.
We'd join their "Book Club."
“Mary Tyler Moore really opened the door for women not defined by a relationship, for women trying to have a career."
By Sunday he was back east, at the annual chairman's reception, addressing the crowd including Alex Gibney, Mariska Hargitay, Bob Balaban and many others.
Blythe Danner is a sublime and funny actress, as we've seen in the Meet the Fockers comedies and decades of movies and stage plays. In I'll See You in My Dreams she's the femme fatale of the geriatric set, sure to make you rethink 70.
That she will win the Oscar this year seems a given. And the career salute from the Museum of the Moving Image, is just the proverbial icing on the year's cake.
The very prolific Gurney is a cross between Anton Chekhov and Alan Ayckbourn. Like Chekhov, Gurney has a feel for both farce and tragedy and writes about characters trapped in what they don't realize is an expiring culture.
Michael J. Fox is extending his TV family: Candice Bergen and Charles Grodin have been tapped as Fox's character's parents
"Murphy Brown" took on a number of issues during its 10-year run on CBS, but the show will always be remembered for its infamous