Murphy Brown: Season 6 (1993-1994)





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Diane English's hit sitcom about the brassy star reporter for a TV newsmagazine and her coworkers. Based in Washington, D.C., Murphy is mouthy, driven, assured and frequently politically incorrect. She also has a real problem holding on to secretaries (going through 93 of them during the Emmy-winning show's 10-season run). In 1992, Murph ran into criticism from Dan Quayle (and scored loads of free publicity) when the vice president slammed the working single mom's `alternative lifestyle.'


Candice Bergen
as Murphy Brown
Faith Ford
as Corky Sherwood
Joe Regalbuto
as Frank Fontana
Grant Shaud
as Miles Silverberg
Robert Pastorelli
as Eldin Bernecky
Julius J. Carry III
as Mitchell Baldwin
Beau Gravitte
as Tom Del Rubio
Marta Kristen
as Inge's Mom
Connie Sawyer
as Woman on Elevator
Melissa Chan
as Susie Ahn
Jill Jacobson
as Diner #1
Dick Martinsen
as Inge's Dad
Byron Mann
as Quan Chang
Michael Krawic
as Stage Manager
Gene Weygandt
as Diner #2
Bob Newhart
as Dr. Bob Hartley
Anjul Nigam
as Sanjay Khandwhalla
Maura Soden
as Reporter #1
Eugene Lee
as Man #2
Tim Hutchinson
as Reporter #2
Garry Marshall
as Stan Lansing
Jan Cobler
as Reporter #3
Eve Brenner
as Norwegian Woman
Richard Schiff
as Mel Woodworthy
Fred Applegate
as Stuart Allen
Anita Finlay
as Woman #1
Sean Masterson
as Reporter #4
Maggie Baird
as Woman #2
Ritch Brinkley
as Carl Wishnitski
Fred Stoller
as Bartender
Mark D. Hutter
as Ken Webster
Barbara Billingsley
as Mrs. Stritch
Edward Conery
as Roger Kentilworth
Judith Cohen
as Secretary #65
J. David Krassner
as Patron No. 3
Frank Kopyc
as Patron No. 4
Bruce Grey
as Jim Clone
Dan Hildebrand
as BBC Cameraman
Julius Carry
as Mitchell
Robin Krieger
as Woman #3
Rowanne Brewer
as Nefertiti
Douglas Roberts
as Ted Pierce
Michael Heintzman
as Secretary No. 61
Lou Felder
as Anchor
James Thiel
as Secretary No. 64a
Wallace Shawn
as Stuart Best
Steve Fitchpatrick
as Secretary No. 62
Wayne Thomas Yorke
as Photographer
Jeffrey Thiel
as Secretary No. 64b
Nathan LeGrand
as Frank Clone
Marla Frees
as Woman in Bar
John Gegenhuber
as Sean Van Ohlen
Fred Sanders
as Mr. Cooper
Philippe Bergeron
as French Reporter
Heidi Anderson
as Corky Clone
Richard Voigts
as Presenter
Alan Palo
as Man #4
Mike Wallace
as Himself
Lisa Sturz
as Murphy Brown Bear
David Bickford
as Patron No. 1
Al Septien
as Spanish Reporter
Amanda Carlin
as Mrs. Cooper
Ed Bradley
as Himself
Billie Worley
as Pizza Delivery Guy
Michael Halpin
as Patron No. 2
Pat Crawford Brown
as Mrs. O'Brien
Mary Stein
as Woman #4
Tony Sabin Prince
as Puppeteer No. 3
Nancy Sinclair
as Murphy Clone
Harriet Sansom Harris
as Yvonne Bentley
Ian Abercrombie
as Prof. Willendorf
Paunita Nichols
as Mrs. Ballard
Steve Kroft
as Himself
Ron Canada
as Sgt. Foley
Tom Poston
as Old Man Swenson
Lesley Stahl
as Herself
Morley Safer
as Himself
Bob Dole
as Himself
Orrin Hatch
as Himself
Alan Simpson
as Himself
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The series gets most of its class from Bergen.

January 25, 2018 | Full Review…
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