Murphy Brown

Season 8 Episode 20

The Bus Stops Here

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Mar 11, 1996 on CBS
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The Bus Stops Here
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Miles gets to use the new T-2000 bus to cover a primary campaign stop in Madison. The bus breaks down before they get there, so they decide to do their coverage from a local diner. GOP aides and other networks discover the broadcast and descend on the diner, turning it into just another campaign story. Meanwhile, Jim and his team get to Madison and get the real story.moreless

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  • Pretty sad.

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    Actually, this was one of my favorite episodes. The reason I thought it was sad was because FYI was gong to do a story about average Americans expressing their concerns regarding the upcoming elections, WITHOUT THE INFLUENCE OF THE CAMPAIGNERS! Sadly, the campaigners come in and ruin it. (One guy, an undecided voter, made up his mind after hearing two of the campaigners arguing about their candidates. He decided to vote for Cinton. ) Well, this episode is certainly timely today, with the upcoming elections.moreless
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Alyson Reed

Waitress

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Brian Blondell

Brian Blondell

Secretary #80

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Jeff Doucette

Jeff Doucette

George Turner

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Christopher Rich

Christopher Rich

Miller Redfield

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Ritch Brinkley

Ritch Brinkley

Carl

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