"Supergirl: "The Super-Switch to New York"": Supergirl undoes a twister threatening the campus, changes clothes quickly and heads to her office. She comes upon administrator Benjamin Pierce, who calls her on the carpet again for keeping odd hours. Linda reminds him that her contract says she mak
- Now you listen to me, Mister Pierce! If you want to fire me, do so! Quit spouting percentages and attendance records in my face! I don't have to stand being spoken to like this in my own office!
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in Supergirl: "The Super-Switch to New York"
Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Super-Switch to New York"
Supergirl undoes a twister threatening the campus, changes clothes quickly and heads to her office. She comes upon administrator Benjamin Pierce, who calls her on the carpet again for keeping odd hours. Linda reminds him that her contract says she makes her own hours and no one has ever complained about her or her performance but him. The argument escalates until Pierce insults her in public, and she 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 feels conflicted about it, but after a talk with her cousin, applies for the role 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 Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The 5th Dimensional Hijack!"
- King Brpxz and other inhabitants of Zrfff
- Passengers on an airliner traveling from America to Europe
- Charlie Chaplin (In a photograph only)
- Mister Mxyzptlk (Earth-One) (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The 5th Dimensional Hijack!"
Clark and Lois are taking a flight to Europe. On the way, Mr. Mxyzptlk tricks all the passengers into saying his name backwards, and they are all transported to the land of Zrfff. Mxyzptlk sends the crowd to the Academy of Research except Lois, whom he takes to the Royal Ppalace, and Clark, whom he sends in a bank of clouds. Clark takes advantage of this to change identities and flies to the Royal Palace.
Superman eavesdrops on Mxyzptlk telling Lois that, as funny as pestering Superman is, when he gets back home he wants to rest and have nothing around to remind him of the Kryptonian. So Superman causes images of himself to appear everywhere and drive Mxyzptlk crazy until he lets everyone go.
Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Case of the Stolen Clock"
Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Case of the Stolen Clock"
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 Lane: "Lois' Dream Scoop!"
Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Lois' Dream Scoop!"
A radio message received by Lois's bridgework leads her to investigate a political bribery.
Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Mystery of the Missing Mail!"
Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Mystery of the Missing Mail!"
Jimmy Olsen accepts a challenge from Morgan Edge's niece Stephanie to find a mystery in a small town.
- Superman uses the word "Zyxma" to adjust himself to the world of Zrfff making him immune to Mxyztplk's powers.
- According to the editor note the word get out of the world of Zrfff is "Qrdmlzf". The editor note also states "but please don't ask how it is pronounced."
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