Murphy Brown

Season 4 Episode 2

Uh-Oh (3)

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Sep 16, 1991 on CBS
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Uh-Oh (3)
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Jake tells Murphy he has decided he isn't ready to settle down, and they both agree they can't do it together. Murphy decides to exercise her right to choose and her choice is motherhood. Even though it's Jake's baby, Jerry knows fatherhood isn't for him. While everyone else freaks out at the news, only Eldin is truly happy for Murphy. Murphy "Do you think I'll make a good mother." Eldin "No, but I will."moreless

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      • Murphy: Jake, for a guy who knows all of the words to 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida' you're starting to sound a lot like Pat Boone.

        The 1968 Iron Butterfly song "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" is iconic for the hippie era. Singer Pat Boone, on the other hand, is known for his safe cover versions of rock & roll and his conservative politics.

      • (Jerry finds Phil's deserted.)
        Jerry: Gee, I guess it's true. Scientists found traces of Phil's meatloaf in Zachary Taylor's remains.

        Zachary Taylor, the twelfth president of the United States of America, died in the second year of his presidency, presumably of gastroenteritis. As theories about poisoning remained persistent, his body was exhumed in 1991, at the time of this episode's original broadcast. The autopsy offered no new clues.

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