In the interest of company morale, both CONTROL and KAOS have their own bowling teams. Rated: K+ - English - Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,617 - Published: Dr Steele, CONTROL's sexy scientist/chorus girl teaches Smart and 99 how to walk barefoot on glass!

Episode 16 TV in the past didn’t offer the “extras” viewers are used to seeing today. Rated: T - English - Humor/Crime - Chapters: 6 - Words: 55,488 - Published: Season 1 Story 8.1 Takes place in Season 1, between episodes #8 The Day Smart Turned Chicken and #9 Satan Place. Fang (Agent K-13) is a poorly trained CONTROL dog who accompanies Max and 99 on several missions in the first two years. Again, this is not something that would have stuck out because our attention would have gone to 86 and 99.

In the season-one episode "Too Many Chiefs", when she is shown in a photograph, Max refers to her as "my Aunt Rose", but the Chief corrects Max by saying that she is actually KAOS agent Alexi Sebastian disguised as Max's Aunt Rose.

The result was so successful that the single episode was turned into two parts.[10]. This Get Smart trading card shows a scene from Mr. Big that we didn’t get to see.

At this rate, he’d better hope Kaos isn’t grading him on his insults. Warner Bros. Television owns international distribution rights. The Chief of Police put his arms around Max and Max cried into his shoulder. Obviously, they can get pretty silly!
The only one completed was Munster Go Home (1966), which was a box office flop, causing the cancellation of other projects, including the Get Smart movie. (A cleaning lady sits down in the open space when all of a sudden the machine pops up and knocks the woman into the ceiling!) Based on the movie. They decide on Maxwell Smart. In other matters, there are some issues with this episode: • 99’s not so good with the maths.

An early MadTV sketch titled "Get Smarty" placed the Maxwell Smart character in situations from the film Get Shorty. In the 1980s, Adams provided the (similar) voice of a bungling cyborg secret agent in the animated series Inspector Gadget. (The teaser for the episode shows an atomic bomb going off.) Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,600 - Reviews: 4 - Published: This features eccentric agent/beatnick painter 58. Outtakes and behind the scenes footage wasn’t at everyone’s fingertips. Watch for: 121 Linden St. – it’s a front, Max trying to get Fang to go into the vent and Herr Bunny’s search for his monocle.

For a time the DVD release was only available through Time-Life (a former Time Warner division).

In the short-lived 1995 TV series, Smart is trying to sell the Karmann Ghia through the classified ads. As Max and 99 keep SS-19 in sight, the Chief sets the trap to stop her robbery unit once and for all! The production company even secured a lookalike of the red Alpine that Adams used in the television series, making it a memorable promotion for those familiar with the series of nearly 20 years earlier. After the bad guys leave, 99 declares that she knew Max’s behavior was an act.

In the midst of defending themselves with the toys, 86 and 99 seem to be having fun with it – or are Adams and Feldon?

He starts to laugh and 99 points out that it’s laughing gas. [7] They work for CONTROL, a secret U.S. government counterintelligence agency based in Washington, DC.

In Get Smart, telephones are concealed in over 50 objects, including a necktie, comb, watch, and a clock. This episode is first set in Washington, D.C. and then in New York City. In seasons three and four, Smart drives a light blue Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, because Volkswagen had become a sponsor of the show. Rated: K+ - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 13 - Words: 14,648 - Reviews: 9 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 3 - Updated: Max learns a valuable life lesson while making a late night pregnancy craving run for 99. A late episode of the 1995 series shows that just as Siegfried is leaving a room, Maxwell Smart accidentally activates an atomic bomb just before the end of the show. • Helen Kleeb is best known for her role as Mamie Baldwin in The Waltons. He had an uncredited role as the narrator in the third season Get Smart episode “Don’t Look Back.”

One scene that got cut/reworked was actually documented – but not in the way you would think. It is glaring, but I always ignored it. No one had ever done a show about an idiot before. The surreal idiocy the viewer sees in Mr. Big is Maxwell Smart’s unwavering reality. Aunt Rose is Get Smart’s all-purpose extra and spotting her is as much of a game as spotting Robert Karvelas.

[9], The cast and crew contributed joke and gadget ideas, especially Don Adams, but dialogue was rarely ad-libbed.

Second and third calls come in, each with its own alias, the last of which is his own real name of Maxwell Smart, which he initially does not answer. Agent 13 (portrayed by David Ketchum) is an agent who is usually stationed inside unlikely or unlucky places, such as cigarette machines, washing machines, lockers, trash cans, or fire hydrants. [2] Brooks described it as "an insane combination of James Bond and Mel Brooks comedy".

Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,194 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Published: This is based on the episode about a flooded phone box.

There’s even a glimpse of Fang’s nose. The Sunbeam Tiger, the Karmann Ghia, and the Opel GT all make brief appearances in the 2008 film. [31], Christopher Sergel adapted a play in 1967, Get Smart, based on Brooks's and Henry's pilot episode.[32].

She offers to help pay off the $400,000 fly that Max swatted with a $10 a-week loan, which she determines would take 900 years.

The Chief threatens to fire him, but Max is not afraid; according to CONTROL's seniority policy, "If I get fired from CONTROL, Larrabee moves up!" Max checks in with Agent 12 who is disguised as a department store Santa. Glick meter:  I’m again getting shades of Don Adams’ old stand up routines, specifically when he delivers his speech on the toys.

He replaces it with a new device that is again destroyed by Max — a light bulb.

Rated: T - English - Humor/Crime - Chapters: 8 - Words: 49,620 - Published: Season 1 Story 8.1 Takes place in Season 1, between episodes #8 The Day Smart Turned Chicken and #9 Satan Place. The series featured several cameo appearances by famous actors and comedians, sometimes uncredited and often comedian friends of Adams. This preferably needs to happen before Kaos makes its next transmission, which the Chief fears is on Project Skyblast, the army’s new anti missile defense system. He should know Control paid a lot of money to have all those nice holes ripped into that coat. We get an apt portrayal of Max’s cheapness with his obsession over few cents the Chief owes him from a phone call. The telephone banking service was called SmartLine, and Sherwin Greenberg Productions (a video production company and bank subsidiary) produced radio and television ads, as well as a series of still photos for use in promotional flyers that featured Adams's Maxwell Smart character wearing the familiar trenchcoat and holding a shoe phone to his ear.

HBO currently[when?] Max and Dante start talking but a Kaos agent interrupts and begins intimidating them. owns the copyrights to the series itself, due to Time-Life Films' 1977 acquisition of Talent Associates. • Uncredited, Robert Karvelas, a.k.a. Smart, however, is resourceful, skilled in hand-to-hand combat, a proficient marksman, and incredibly lucky, causing him to be one of the top agents at CONTROL. He also appeared in another series of Canadian commercials in the late 1990s for a dial-around long-distance carrier. After giving the cowboy the brush off, Max hopes for bad luck at a table game with the Kaos guys. The most logical reason is that it probably took too long and they needed to tighten things up. So my question is, after that, how did he not wind up with alcohol poisoning or at least with his head on the toilet seat? CONTROL has a policy of burning pertinent documents after cases are closed; the reasons were detailed in its Rules and Regulations book, but nobody can read them since it burned the only copy. In the next scene, after everyone dodges bullets and the smoke clears, the door is no longer damaged. Max first attempts to stall and then convinces the Kaos agents to leave the room so he can work.

[3], The show generated a number of popular catchphrases during its run, including "would you believe...", "missed it by that much", "sorry about that, Chief", "the old (such-and-such) trick", "...and loving it", and "I asked you not to tell me that". ), he mainly skulks around the store with Gorcheck on his side and a stuffed bunny in his arms. In the scene before the gunfire, we see a Kaos agent that needs obvious patching to his wet suit and a door full of bullet holes. He was played by Bill Murray in the 2008 film. Dell Comics published a comic book for eight issues during 1966 and 1967, drawn in part by Steve Ditko. (a 1989 made-for-TV sequel to the series), as well as a 1995 revival series and a 2008 film remake.

Carell and Hathaway are set to return, but the status of other cast members has not yet been announced. It was wrecked and repaired several times, and its current whereabouts are unknown.