Kate plans to tranquilize Abby's dog with spiked meatballs, which Mike eats.
Mike's yearly trysts with Murphy Brown signal national disasters.
Death threats prompt Leo to hire Kate's boyfriend to guard Mike.
Kate is mortified that Abby wants to make a society debut; Mike agrees so he can get an interview.
Competitors Mike and Jack Stein abandon ethics for an exclusive interview.
A long-standing feud flares when Abby's grandfathers both show up for her school play.
Mike and Kate appear on a late night talk show and bicker; CBS offers them a show together.
Kate's sister (Kirstie Alley) uses Mike to test her "rules to catch a man."
Mike's obituary is accidentally printed in the newspaper; guest Jay Thomas; Jonathan Katz.
Mike interrupts Kate's romantic evening; Brian is living with Kate.
Death threats arrive at the paper prompting Kate Montgomery to get a bodyguard.
An argument turns into a food fight, prodding Kate and Mike into counseling.
Every writer wants to be on the front page of The Sun's centennial issue.
Abby gets a tattoo and moves in with her dad; Mike has to deal with having a teenager; Alan gets to go for a ride in a police car.
A socialite madam's client list has Alan's (Saul Rubinek) name on it.
Mike and other reporters support a printers strike; Mike needs the strike to end so he can get a job story.
Mike and Kate each fend off persistent admirers; with Paul Mazursky.
The first person to eat the Mike Logan (Ted Danson) deli sandwich dies of a heart attack.
When a rival paper woos Mike (Ted Danson), Kate (Mary Steenburgen) offers his column to Jack Stein (Jay Thomas).
Mike and Kate panic when they find marijuana in Abby's coat pocket.
A column by Mike (Ted Danson) triggers a lawsuit, forcing budget cuts by Kate (Mary Steenburgen).
Complications greet newly divorced newspaper reporters (Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen) when a promotion makes her his boss.