Murphy Brown

Season 1 Episode 3

Nowhere to Run

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Nov 28, 1988 on CBS
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Nowhere to Run
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Murphy investigates a federal prosecutor who's linked to mob-run prostitution, Miles fears for his life when he receives his first death threat.

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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)

    Fran Ryan

    Fran Ryan

    The Asp

    Guest Star

    Michael Gregory

    Michael Gregory

    Tiffany Howard

    Guest Star

    Lily Mariye

    Lily Mariye

    Secretary #6

    Guest Star

    Ritch Brinkley

    Ritch Brinkley

    Carl

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Miles: Some guy called. He said if we don't drop the story he's gonna send me to Toledo in several small sandwich bags.
        Murphy: Is that what this is all about? Hey, everybody, Miles, just got his first death threat! Death threats happen to every good journalist, Miles. You've gotta look at it as a right of passage.
        Miles: I'm sorry I had my right of passage. There was a rabbi and a big buffet.

      • Eldin: (while listening to Motown with Murphy) You dance like a white girl.

      • Murphy: Has anyone seen Miles?
        Carl: Silverberg? He's still alive?

      • (Speaking to Murphy after introducing herself and giving exceptional references)
        Secretary #7: And when I spoke to Satan this morning after breakfast he said this would be a great opportunity.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Murphy: (trying to help out Miles with his death threat) I could pass the story on to Jane Pauley and maybe they'll kill her.

        Jane Pauley was the co-host of Today from 1976-1989. She later went on to co-anchor Dateline NBC.

      • Title: The title of this episode refers to the Martha and the Vandellas hit of the same name.

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