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"The Super-Switch to New York": After being called on the carpet again by administrator Benjamin Pierce for keeping odd hours, Linda Danvers angrily quits, giving Pierce a piece of her mind in the process. Peter Barton, overhearing Linda's tirade, perceives her acting and vocal talent and insis



Appearing in "The Super-Switch to New York"

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Synopsis for "The Super-Switch to New York"

After being called on the carpet again by administrator Benjamin Pierce for keeping odd hours, Linda Danvers angrily quits, giving Pierce a piece of her mind in the process. Peter Barton, overhearing Linda's tirade, perceives her acting and vocal talent and insists she apply for a job with the soap opera Secret Hearts, whose star, Linda Larue, is leaving. Linda Danvers does so and gets the job. This necessitates a move to New York, so, to ward off suspicions, she has Supergirl start operations in the Big Apple a few days before Linda moves. In that time, she tracks down and captures a terrorist bomber. Linda finally arrives in New York City and signs a contract with the producers of Secret Hearts.

Appearing in "The 5th Dimensional Hijack!"

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Appearing in "The Case of the Stolen Clock"

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Morgan Edge wants Clark Kent to get him a rare radio-premium clock for his collection, but a rival from Edge’s boyhood wants it, too, and takes it at gunpoint.

Appearing in "Lois' Dream Scoop!"

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A radio message received by Lois’s bridgework leads her to investigate a political bribery.

Appearing in "Mystery of the Missing Mail!"

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Jimmy Olsen accepts a challenge from Morgan Edge’s niece Stephanie to find a mystery in a small town.

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