Murphy Brown (1988–1998)
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Murphy loses her voice right after getting her credentials restored to the White House press room. She desperately needs a quote from the president for an important story.

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Murphy Brown
Pat Corley ...
Phil
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Corky Sherwood
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Jim Dial
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Eldin Bernecky
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Frank Fontana
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Miles Silverberg
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Dan
Stephen Burks ...
Bill
Sally Champlin ...
Maureen
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Allen
Dana Craig ...
Security Guard
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George Bush (voice)
Charles Hutchins ...
Reporter
David A. Kimball ...
Ted
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Murphy loses her voice right after getting her credentials restored to the White House press room. She desperately needs a quote from the president for an important story.

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4 February 1991 (USA)  »

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A "double-or-nothing" bet means that if the winner of the original bet loses, he gets nothing from either bet; if the winner wins, he gets double the amount of the original bet. Yet when Miles loses the double-or-nothing bet he pays out money to all his colleagues, even though he won the first bet that Murphy would get into the White House. In reality, nobody should have collected money from the two bets. See more »

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