The end of the world in all dimensions.
George's therapist suggests he has latent homosexual tendencies.
George lectures at the university, wowing the class enough to catch the eye of a young student.
Conrad Scott stops by the newsroom.
George and his segment producers take an interest in producing a sitcom.
Jim gets abducted in Baghdad; George is on the short list for the Order of Canada.
Alex attempts suicide after being dumped by his girlfriend.
George secretly cancels his trip.
George tries to sell an idea for a cheese commercial; Jim develops a form of anorexia nervosa.
A film crew invades the newsroom, making George anxious.
George's jealousy gets him arrested.
George and Alex fight over finding money, which results in Alex losing his job.
George escapes jury duty in an animal rights case.
George hires a temp hoping that connections will pay off.
George's dream date; Karen dumbs herself down for sex; Jim's book deal.
Sniper kills again; dog dies in the office; power lunch goes awry; George regrets using the handicapped washroom.
Racism infiltrates the newsroom.
George fails a job evaluation; a veteran newsroom employee dies.
Jim is hired by a morning show in New York.
The newsroom staff directs Jim's political campaign for a provincial office. With Ken Finkleman and Jeremy Hotz.
Afraid for his life, George can't cover the impending nuclear disaster.
With a meltdown looming, George (Ken Finkleman) tries to make nuclear scientists believable but entertaining.
A nearby nuclear accident evokes vastly different reactions from members of the newsroom staff. With Ken Finkleman. Guest star: David Cronenberg.
George becomes increasingly paranoid when events seem to conspire against him.
Lise Leger is attracted to Jim when she appears on Toronto News to discuss the Canadian unity situation.
The young head of regional programming hired by The Corporation has definite ideas about George and the Toronto News.
George trolls the cafeteria for bran muffins and ends up in a fight.
George (Ken Finkleman) offends Linda McQuaig (as herself), and she walks off the show.
George airs a failed screenwriter's taped suicide threat to boost ratings; a killer virus may have links to the newsroom.
When rumors of network cutbacks loom over the newsroom, George (Ken Finkleman) vows to keep the team employed.
A second anchor person (Amanda Tapping) is hired when solo anchor Jim (Peter Keleghan) makes a gaffe on the air. With Ken Finkleman.
An ambitious news director oversees a news staff's efforts to win ratings. This episode: George hires an assistant.