Murphy Brown

Aired: Nov 29, 2018 , Thursday at 21:30 on CBS

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Episode Summary: When Frank is physically attacked while covering a political rally, Murphy becomes afraid to dispute the opposing viewpoint of a guest on her show.
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Media attacks were on Murphy Brown Season 11 Episode 10. That's what was on the menu. Once again, a preachy episode and it's getting old. Frank's attack was a ridiculous storyline. Likening the United States to the level of dangerous and violent third world nations around the world is taking their message way too far. People in politics have been disagreeing since the beginning of politics. Related: Enjoy UNL... more

 
 
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