The newsroom sitcom starring Candice Bergen also had considerably softer numbers than premieres of similarly hyped yesteryear sitcom revivals in recent seasons - such as NBC's Will & Grace and ABC's Roseanne.
In character, Clinton admitted that she was frequently mistaken for a certain presidential candidate and former secretary of state, but insists that she is "not afraid of hard work, I'm qualified, and I'm ready on day one".
In the episode, Clinton's character was wearing her trademark pantsuit as she arrives for a secretarial position interview at Murphy Brown's cable news show "Murphy in the Morning".
"Absolutely", Clinton replied. "For four years, I was the secretary... of a very large organization". "I do have some experience with emails".
Murphy ultimately concludes that Clendon is overqualified for the role but takes her business card, anyway.
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Deadline Hollywood reported the Clinton's appearance is one of two planned this television season. Her latest cameo? Swinging by as the secret guest star of the Murphy Brown reboot. Let us know about this newly revived show and other new fall series by voting in our annual Fall TV Popularity Contest right here.
"We've always tried to blur the lines between fiction and reality" said creator and show-runner Diane English, according to Variety.
Back in May, she told People that the date "was really a dud".
"Murphy Brown" airs Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS.