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Arnie Nuvo has worked on the loading dock at Continental Flange for years, and is quite content in his blue-collar life. When he suddenly gets promoted to Head of Product Improvement one day, his life is turned upside-down. Unsure of how to deal with his new white-collar coworkers and feeling isolated from his old friends, Arnie and his family must make some big adjustments as they struggle to get used to their new surroundings. Written by
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Elaine Shore was the best surprise of the show. Her comic timing working with Arnie as Felicia, his secretary, made every office scene in that show shine. She put Arnie in his place and added some spunk each time she appeared on screen. The first episode provided a clue about how she would "handle" Arnie by attempting to empty his briefcase while Arnie was embarrassed to show that the contents were simply a brick. From that point on, the show shined in the office and tended to wane in the home scenes. Every time Elaine came on the screen, Tom Pedi, Roger Bowen, Herb Voland, and Herschel Bernardi had a special camaraderie that kept the momentum.
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