Episode #16 (Second Season of the series)
Telecast: November 26, 1978
Rebroadcast: June 22, 1979
Ray's marriage proposal to would-be country singer Garnet McGee (Kate Mulgrew) is tarnished, when he learns that she has been secretly negotiating with J.R. for a recording deal in which J.R. would receive a percentage and her sexual services.
Dallas - The Complete First and Second Seasons on DVD
Telecast: October 23, 1984
Short-lived series with Lindsay Wagner as Dr. Jessie Hayden, a psychiatrist assigned to a city police department. This episode deals with the rehabilitation of a policeman who has been badly burned after he & his partner were ambushed in a warehouse. Kate Mulgrew plays Maureen McLaughlin, the wife of the policeman.
Episodes #85 & #86 - Season Four Episodes
Telecast: February 19, 1986 & February 20, 1986
Flashbacks to interwoven decades present the men and women of St. Eligius at pivotal points in history, beginning with the optimistic beginnings in 1935 with the oft-mentioned Father McGabe. This episode won an Emmy for "Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series (Single Episode)" in 1986. Story and teleplay by Tom Fontana, John Tinker and John Masius.
Last 3 episodes of Season 4
Telecast: May 1, 1986 (Pt. 1), May 8, 1986 (Pt. 2), & May 15, 1986 (Pt. 3)
Part 1 - When Sam starts seeing the pretty politician Janet Eldridge (Kate Mulgrew), Diane fears that he is headed for a serious relationship.
Part 2 - Diane's worries that Janet will dump Sam after she wins the election turn out to be false, and Sam and Janet's relationship seems to be going great. Janet feels that Diane needs to leave the Cheers nest, and at Janet's encouragement, Sam fires Diane so she ``can get on with her life.''
Part 3 - Diane comes in to Cheers to apologize to Sam, but instead decides to ask some rather personal questions at Sam and Janet's press conference. Sam throws Diane out of the bar, and Janet breaks up with Sam. At the end of this episode Sam is seen making a phone call during which he proposes to someone. Is it Diane or Janet? In the first episode of the Fifth Season we find out that of course it was Diane and Janet is never seen again.
Cheers - The Complete Fourth Season on DVD
MURDER, SHE WROTE
Episode Title: The Corpse
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Episode Title: Ever After
Episode Title: The Dying
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Telecast: October 24, 1987
Peter McDermot (James Brolin) notices Leslie Chase (Kate Mulgrew), who he knew years ago, at the front desk of the St. Gregory where she is asking that a newspaper from her hometown be sent up to her. He is told that she is running her business out of the Windsor Suite until her permanent offices in the financial district are ready.
Peter delivers the newspaper and Leslie is surprised and pleased to see him. They reminisce and Peter suggests dinner. She'd love it she says as he leaves. In the meantime, she continues to run her 'escort service' out of the hotel suite.
Peter and Leslie share several dinners and all goes well between the two. Sparks appear to fly until one of Leslie's employees is beaten up by her escort. The cat is out of the bag as to exactly what kind of business Leslie runs and Peter leads the police to her suit.
Summary by Sr. Mary Kathryn
Episode #99 - Season Four Episode
Telecast: May 4, 1992
The network tries a temporary replacement, Hillary Wheaton (Kate Mulgrew), for the pregnant Murphy; however Murphy recognizes the same signs in her that show she is on the same path Murphy once traveled, alcoholism.
Mulgrew was awarded the Tracey Humanitarian Award for this performance.
Episode Title: Web
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