Murphy Brown, which aired from 1988-1998, was one of the most popular shows on TV. In 1992, the lead character (played by Candice Bergen) became a single mom. All hell broke loose when presidential candidate Dan Quayle said, in a speech, that Murphy was "mocking the importance of a father, by bearing a child alone, and calling it just another 'lifestyle choice.'" It's been ten years, and this morning the cast reunited on the Today show and talked about the incident. The best part? When Faith Ford insists, "None of us were very political!" Bergen — who attended the University of Pennsylvania in her youth and once, as a prank, threw dollar bills on the floor of the New York Stock exchange with political activist Abbie Hoffman — totally gives Ford the stink eye. Clip above.