Secretary #93: A rich and spoiled woman with a chihuahua.
Bette Midler, who has the distinction of playing Murphy's last secretary, actually has "ties" to Murphy Brown, as she had previously appeared in films with Lily Tomlin, Robert Pastorelli, and Pat Corley. She also attended the memorial service for Louis Malle, (Candice's husband), in February 1996.
Secretary #90: An older man who kept joking about people.
Secretary #92: An actress who kept starting to sing.
Secretary #91: A very forgetful woman who kept getting names mixed up.
Secretary #89: A woman who spent all the time making coffee.
Secretary #88: A woman who kept talking on the phone.
Secretary #87: A woman who was curious about Murphy's new relationship.
Secretary #86: A woman who kept exaggerating everything.
Secretary #84: A man dressed like Spiderman, clinging to a wall outside Murphy's office.
Secretary #83: A rude woman that kept ignoring her job.
Secretary #82: A self-conscious woman who kept finishing Murphy's sentences.
Secretary #81: A man obsessed with health and staying young.
Secretary #80: A critic that kept rating Murphy.
Secretary #79: A rude 104-year-old woman.
Secretary #78: A nudist.
Secretary #77: A man that kept repeating what everyone said in a mocking voice.
At the end of the episode, Murphy and Frank are supposed to be playing Super Mario Bros. 3 for the Nintendo system. However, the background noise from the game is from Super Mario World for Super Nintendo.
At the end of the episode Frank and Murphy play a video game. They claim it's "Super Mario Brothers 3", and the controllers appear to be from the correct system, original NES, however the sounds are clearly from the opening demo of Super Mario World, which only was available on the Super NES, which used a very distinct different controller.
Louis Malle was Candice Bergen's real-life husband at the time. This was their first, and last, appearance together, as Louis passed away on Thanksgiving Day 1995 (of T-cell Lymphoma).