Here's Lucy (1968–1974)
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Lucy's Impossible Mission 

In this spoof of Mission: Impossible, Lucy inadvertently intercepts the tape and hears the secret message, leading to the Carters volunteering to impersonate Indian royalty at an embassy ball to help retrieve hidden microfilm.

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Lucy Carter
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Harrison Otis 'Harry' Carter
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Kim Carter
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Craig Carter
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Mahuli Omar
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Ambassador Korlik of the Slobtoni Embassy
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In this spoof of Mission: Impossible, Lucy inadvertently intercepts the tape and hears the secret message, leading to the Carters volunteering to impersonate Indian royalty at an embassy ball to help retrieve hidden microfilm.

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28 October 1968 (USA)  »

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Writer Robert O'Brien pays homage to the source material for this episode's spoof in the names given the two IM Force agents. Geller is named for Bruce Geller, the creator of Mission: Impossible (1966), and Johnson is named for Bob Johnson, the actor who provided the "mystery voice" heard on each week's self-destructing tape. See more »

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Mission: Impossible was made possible when it was given the go ahead by the president of Desilu who just happened to be Lucille Ball herself. See more »

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Spoofs Mission: Impossible (1966) See more »

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