Murphy Brown

Season 6 Episode 21

Anything But Cured

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Mar 14, 1994 on CBS
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Anything But Cured
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Frank's psychologist tells him after 18 years of therapy that he's cured and needs to move on and he leans on Murphy for support.

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Grant Shaud

Grant Shaud

Miles Silverberg (1988-1996)

Jane Leeves

Jane Leeves

Audrey Cohen (Seasons 2-5, Recurring Afterwards)

Faith Ford

Faith Ford

Corky Sherwood

Pat Corley

Pat Corley

Phil (Seasons 1-9, recurring otherwise)

Joe Regalbuto

Joe Regalbuto

Frank Fontana

Lily Tomlin

Lily Tomlin

Kay Carter-Shepley (1996-1998)

Bob Newhart

Bob Newhart

Dr. Robert Hartley

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Richard Schiff

Richard Schiff

Mel Woodworthy

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Marcia Wallace

Marcia Wallace

Secretary #66 (Carol (Kester) Bondurant)

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Frank says that he's been in therapy for 8 years but earlier in the episode his Psychiatrist says he's been there for 18 years.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Frank: Hey, Murph.
      Murphy: Oh hey, Frank.
      Frank: I'm having lunch alone today.
      Murphy: Good for you. I have a yeast infection.
      Frank: You may want to pull back a little on the intimacy.
      Murphy: Sorry, still kind of new to me.

    • Dr. Larkin: Alright what's this about?
      Murphy: I want to know where the hell you get off telling, Frank I'm the cause of all his problems.
      Dr. Larkin: Is that what you told her, Frank?
      Frank: No.
      Murphy: What?
      Frank: Okay, okay. I may have allowed her to assume certain things.
      Dr Larkin: Frank, why did you lie to Murphy?
      Frank: I don't know.
      Murphy: I'm not all that knowledgeable about therapy but it's because he's a ROTTON STINKING LIAR!
      Frank: Oh, that's nice, my best friend behind me every step of the way.
      Murphy: You know, Frank, that is your problem you always want someone behind you every step of the way. Should I ask her out? Should I get the chicken or the fish? Do you like these socks?
      Frank: Oh like you're perfect. Like you're some kind of Pope or head nun or something perfect an orange or something.
      Murphy: An orange!

    • Frank: It was Murphy's fault.
      Murphy: What?
      Frank: She said I would never survive out of therapy. She tore down my confidence, Miles. She said I was a spineless worm incapable of standing on my own two feet.
      Murphy: What are you saying? I just said I wasn't used to you being out of therapy, that's it.
      Frank: Same thing. Not used to me being out of therapy, spineless worm, same thing.
      Murphy: You know what, Frank, you don't belong in therapy. You belong in a room with some non-toxic paste and a pogo-stick.

    • Frank: I can do this. I'm okay.
      Dr. Larkin: Yes, you are. And you're going to discover some very important things about yourself.
      Frank: Right. And some of those things might be?
      Dr. Larkin: No, I said you'll discover them.
      Frank: I'll discover them. But they begin with the letter?

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