Maya's new assistant will stop at nothing to get ahead fast. She goes over Maya's head to get Jack to hire her as the new sex columnist. Elliot sets Kevin up with a date, but Kevin can't let Elliot go.

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Maya's new assistant will stop at nothing to get ahead fast. She goes over Maya's head to get Jack to hire her as the new sex columnist. Elliot sets Kevin up with a date, but Kevin can't let Elliot go.

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Maya Gallo: I had no idea finding an assistant was so hard.
Jack Gallo: Be patient. The right one will never let you down. It may even become your best friend.
Maya Gallo: Dad, "it" is standing right there.
Jack Gallo: Oh, right. Sorry.
Dennis Finch: That's all right. "It" just got goosebumps.
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Best Of The Season
1 February 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode, in my opinion, is one of the best of the season, and possibly the whole series. Featuring a perfectly cast Tiffani Amber Theissen (who has also made this bitchy type of role her own on Beverley Hills 90210) guest starring as Amy, A ruthless and beautiful wannabe journalist who applies for the job of Maya's assistant. needless to say, the ever conservative Maya hates the way Amy uses her sexuality to get ahead, and hostility quickly arrises, leading to an unusual showdown after hours, which only Dennis is lucky enough to witness. The episode and the whole series in general is a fine example of the wit and pace sorely missing from the majority of today's television comedy.


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