Nothing goes as planned when staff members prepare big changes in their second careers.
Damien's fainting spells get worse; Henry gets a job on children's television; Joy's sketches are displayed in a gallery.
Sally is thrilled to have a rich new fiance.
Sally dates older men; George meets Henry's niece; Helen tells her mother that she's a lesbian.
Helen tells her father that she's a lesbian; Henry and Sally look for other jobs; Dave tries to get fired.
Roy Merchant makes a promise not to cut jobs.
A documentary crew films the demise of Globelink news.
George gets sick; Henry receives bad news; Gus has disturbing dreams.
Helen has company on the night shift; George has a mind-altering experience; Joy reveals an unusual relationship.
Henry suffers midlife crisis; Sally makes a show of herself; Damien discovers he is not invincible.
Rumors run rampant; psychologist appraises mental health at Globelink.
Henry writes of his colleagues in the newspaper column; Gus plans a celebrity dinner; George prepares for a public debut.
Dave is anxious about his wedding.
Sally dislikes her face; George gets a puppy; Dave tries to be faithful.
Helen and Gus both have new women in their lives.
Gus has a date with destiny; a visit from John Major.
Gus hires a low-budget security firm; a hawk is hired to attack pigeons.
Gus tries to impress potential investors; a bishop loses his faith.
Helen is robbed; a friend is offered Henry; Sally returns after a nervous breakdown.
Damien dates the new weather girl.
Henry stays with Gus after his house floods; Dave arranges a stag party.
The staff goes on strike when Gus threatens layoffs.
Henry writes his life story; George is in a panic over an interview; Sally shoots a fitness video.
Sally gets the assignment in Acapulco; George becomes more mean.
Gus struggles to find crimes for his new program; Dave tries to forget his upcoming birthday.
Joy considers posing nude; Gus reveals the new Globelink logo.
Helen has not told her parents that she is a lesbian.
Damien receives death threats.
George is invited to his ex-wife's wedding; Damien's mother visits the newsroom.
Gus recovers from heart troubles; Joy trains for an appearance on "Gladiators."
The newsroom deals with Damien's car troubles and George's acting aspirations.
A story about Sir Royston is revealed at the British News Awards ceremony.
George seeks his delinquent daughter; a South American dictator turns the tables on Damien.
The team bond during a woods weekend in playing paint-ball.
Rejected by her married lover, Joy becomes a monster of efficiency.
Henry and Sally plot against the new member of the team, while Dave tries to charm her.
Sexual harassment surfaces in the newsroom; Damien tracks an alleged Nazi war criminal.
Sally sues a newspaper for libel; a gorilla wreaks havoc; Gus blackmails to ensure support for Sally.
Helen won't reveal sources; Gus vetos Damien's report on prostitution.
Henry's ex tells him she is remarrying; Dave wins a fortune gambling, then loses the betting slip.
Gus plots efficiency-minded Helen's downfall; Henry uses Sally's accountant.
Gus and George interview replacements for Alex.
The aftermath of the Globelink Christmas party.
The pressure becomes too much for Dave.
George resists pressure to quash a documentary; overenthusiastic Henry composes a rival's obituary.
Sally's grandmother's ashes disappear; an exclusive story is a hoax.
Damien lives as a have-not to report how it is; George's marriage falls apart.
The staff is stunned when Sally announces she has found God.
Damien discovers he is not the only one who can fabricate a story.
A visiting Soviet proposes to Alex; Damien needs more dead people for a story.
Sally's on-screen demeanor belies her nature; George doubts a story's veracity.
A charity softball tournament turns into war.
Sally brings her dog to the office; a would-be starlet dazzles Henry.
Globelink faces staffing cuts; efficiency efforts cause chaos.
The station owner's daughter spends a week in the newsroom; Gus quashes a Gulf War report.
George can't decide who will interview the prime minister.
Damien's coverage of an execution and an animal-liberation raid goes awry.
Gus' economizing threatens Damien's bribery; publicity benefits Sally; petty theft worries the staff.
Gus seeks to identify causes of stress; Henry and David disagree; Damien seems calm.
Gun considers running a story about M-16.
Denizens of a British TV newsroom wrangle. With David Swift, Victoria Wicks.
Prince Philip annoys Gus; Alex is singed by an old flame; Damien sets fire to a Buddhist.
The management and newsreaders clash over petty issues.
A charming newsreader masks her callous personality.
The staff of Globelink faces up to having a megalomaniac as their new owner.