MURPHY BROWN: 'AWOL' Photos - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


December 13, 2018 by  

After Avery’s (Jake McDorman) on-air rebellion against Wolf Network, tonight’s MURPHY BROWN finds the journalist reassessing some things.

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"AWOL" - A disillusioned Avery seeks career inspiration from his extended "family" at "Murphy In The Morning," while the team simultaneously tries to salvage a major exclusive that hinges on a middle-eastern source who has gone dark, on MURPHY BROWN, Thursday, Dec. 13 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured L-R: Jake McDorman as Avery Brown and Candice Bergen as Murphy Brown Photo Credit: David Giesbrecht/2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved

CBS’ take on “AWOL”: “A disillusioned Avery seeks career inspiration from his extended family at “Murphy in the Morning,” as the team tries to salvage a major story that hinges on a source in the Middle East who has gone silent. Recurring Cast: Merle Dandridge (Diana Macomber). Guest cast: Robert Farrior (Major J.C. Stansfield); Zachary Storey (Mark Clark); Bubba Weiler (Jayden); Martin Barabas (Tom); Beau Baxter (Greg); Tom Day (Don).”

MURPHY BROWN, Thursdays, 9:30/8:30c, CBS


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One Response to “MURPHY BROWN: ‘AWOL’ Photos”

  1. old buckaroo on December 13th, 2018 11:39 pm

    This episode’s fawning, slobbering reference to Walter Cronkite and how he was responsible for the beginning of the withdrawal of US troops from Vietnam made me sick. I served with the US Army from 1/68 – 12/71, including a one year tour in Vietnam in 1969. We were winning when I was there, and the US had won militarily by 1972 when we had the VC and North Vietnamese communists agreeing to OUR PEACE TERMS at the Paris Peace Accords. Sniveling democrat cowards refused to enforce the terms of the Paris Accords two years later, thereby giving tacit approval for the North Vietnamese Communists to INVADE and conquer the former US/SEATO Ally, the Republic of Vietnam. Walter Cronkite was a pathetic dupe for the commies, having declared that the “war was lost”. This doddering old fool was totally wrong. He, along with fellow commie dupe Jane Fonda, are hated, despised and cursed by the vast majority of the 2.5 million American service men and women who sacrificed, with some giving their all, in defense of the people of the Republic of Vietnam, who were sold out by coward democrats. Cronkite is a worthless piece of $hit masquerading as a “reporter”. He’s a nothing. He’s a nobody. He cost the United States 58000 of their best and bravest and gave their victory away to the communists. Damn him.