Working at an investigative-news television show means you get to keep up to date on all the latest current events—but if you work at For Your Information, the show anchored by Murphy Brown, you might get to be the latest current events. No-nonsense reporter Brown has plenty of faults and knows how to push her co-workers’ buttons, but she’s so ready to go to bat for her choices that she also pushes buttons elsewhere…like, in the real world. When Murphy Brown had a baby out of wedlock in 1992, then-Vice President Dan Quayle spoke out against the message she sent to viewers. Murphy Brown and Murphy Brown fought back by incorporating the attack into their fictional world and, in that year’s season premiere episode, responding on-air on FYI. Suffice it to say, a job behind the scenes on FYI would be exciting—and, even better, you’d know your co-workers were on your side.
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