Here's Lucy: Season 2, Episode 14

Lucy Protects Her Job (22 Dec. 1969)

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Harry suggests Lucy is overworked and should hire an assistant. Suspecting Harry is really attempting to replace her, Lucy has Kim arrive to the office as temp secretary Shoiley Shopenauer, the world's worst office assistant.

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Harry suggests Lucy is overworked and should hire an assistant. Suspecting Harry is really attempting to replace her, Lucy has Kim arrive to the office as temp secretary Shoiley Shopenauer, the world's worst office assistant.

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