Murphy Brown

Season 10 Episode 22

Never Can Say Goodbye (2)

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM May 18, 1998 on CBS
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Never Can Say Goodbye (2)
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Jim seeks some career advice from Mike Wallace. Mike tells him he is boring and has lost his spark. Murphy begins her interview with God, who tells her she must make the best of the gifts she has been given. The surgery uncovers the abnormality was just a cyst, Murphy can go on with her life. The gang is happy for her, but unsure what to do with themselves without Murphy as a part of FYI. Frank and Julia finally get together and arrange a date. Jim prepares to leave and Murphy returns to the office. She is ready to tell everyone that she's changed her mind, when they all mention what they have in the works for their careers. Murphy confesses her selfishness, but mentions that she doesn't want to leave. After a group hug, they all get together to reminisce on memories of the past. At the end of the day, Murphy returns to her townhouse. Ten years later, Eldin makes the same entrance back into her life. Seems Avery used his mother's Sprint card to track Eldin down. Eldin proposes marriage to Murphy, but instead she offers him the opportunity to give the place a touchup.moreless

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    Diane English

    Diane English

    Doctor (uncredited)

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    Julia Roberts

    Julia Roberts

    Herself

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    Alan King

    Alan King

    God

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    Haley Joel Osment

    Haley Joel Osment

    Avery Brown

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      • The lines in the final scene were taken from, the first episode, except for the Marriage Proposal stuff.

      • Also the end of the episode featured a commercial by Sprint featuring clips and the following message. "Congratulations, your show was wonderful. But, we're a little partial to your commercials. Thanks Candice." Candice was a longtime spokesperson for this long distance provider, does this mean she has retired from this as well.

      • This two part episode was sponsored exclusively by Ford, who are the largest sponsors of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation's "Race for the Cure." They sponsor 5K running events where proceeds are used in the community where they are run to provide education, screening and treatment programs. They can be contacted at 1-888-603-RACE that is a different number from the one listed in episode #230.

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