I didn't mind Diana at the end of it, maybe just have less of her next season.
Nah, it didn't fall flat for me. But that said, I do agree with you about the administration never showing up there. Still liked the joke for what it was though.
That's unfortunate :(.
Found some good info on Walter Cronkite via History.com's site and via biography.com's site.
https://www.biography.com/people/walter-cronkite-9262057 (about him as a person and as a journalist)
https://www.history.com/topics/1960s/ask-steve-walter-cronkite-video (a bit about what was on this episode of Murphy, info wise)
Sources: history.com and biography.com
Found another interesting article: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/walter-cronkite-and-a-different-era-of-news-128375738/
Some of the younger generation may have not. It's not all about your generation (this is meant in a general sense). I can see why it can be viewed that way in terms of the dialogue, but in a way I can see why it needed to be mentioned. History is very soon forgotten.
Word. I'll never get the complaints about this show. Honestly. I figure it's in part due to viewing this show through rose tinted lenses. Only seeing the show as what it was and not what it is now. Is it perfect, no, but it's not trash. The actors are doing a good job and I'm proud of that and appreciate the show as it was back then and what it is now.