Note: Due to the events of September 11, 2001, ABC News reported 12/02 that if the Statue of Liberty or structures in Washington, D.C. are attacked, a team of architectural technicians has a digitized model that could be used for rebuilding. A team from Texas Tech has been working for 2 years using a laser scanner to measure it from all angles. The same has been done for Mt. Rushmore and the U.S. Capital according to N.Y. Daily News. Copies of the 3-d models will be kept at the Library of Congress, the National Archives, and an "Undisclosed location." A team of workers is ready to repair or rebuild any national monument or building attacked as quickly as possible. We now return you to Get Smart episodes
Here's a randomly selected episode description from the 2nd season I saw some time back:
#32 "The Only Way To Die" To counter the "Blaster," who plans to destroy a national monument, the government has a team of workers and engineers standing by to instantly rebuild the mad bomber's targets.
"In 1965 the cold war was made a little warmer and a lot funnier due in part to the efforts of an inept, underpaid, overzealous spy: Maxwell Smart, Agent 86. The hit comedy series Get Smart (1965-1970) is the creation of comic geniuses Buck Henry and Mel Brooks. Henry (The Graduate, Catch-22 and Saturday Night Live) teamed with Brooks (Your Show of Shows, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Dracula: Dead & Loving It) to create what has undoubtedly become one of the finest parody/satires of all time. The project seemed headed for success from the start: ABC had green lighted it based on the strength of the concept, and they had an actor already under contract to play Smart (Tom Poston.) Brooks was approached to write the pilot. As he was looking for a way to finance his new movie The Producers (now a Broadway musical), he agreed. Deemed "not funny", the initial script was rejected by ABC. Undaunted, the production team shopped the script around and NBC accepted it with one minor change. They wanted Don Adams in the title role. And so, an unlikely legend was born."
Set in Washington, D.C., the show features Agent 86 (Maxwell Smart), his boss (The Chief), Smart's partner and later wife (Agent 99) and a host of other agents both good and evil. Perhaps one of the most important elements of the show is the gadgetry created to help Smart in his quest to keep the free world free. On this show, anything including the kitchen sink can be a phone, a tape recorder, a camera or weapon. Looking for an Agent? Check under your seat cushion. Want a weapon? Try your finger-gun. Need to make a phone call? Open up that bologna sandwich. The show was painted in the broadest of strokes and played every moment for its own delightful reality.
In order to give the agents of CONTROL (not an acronym) a series of worthy opponents, KAOS (also not an acronym) was created. Smart and 99 battled the likes of Mr. Big, The Claw, and Siegfried.
On the home front, Max and 99 had a relationship that developed as the show ran and eventually they married. 99 soon gave birth to twins (a boy and a girl) and the Smart family (and the show) began to experience some growing pains.
Get Smart ran from 1965 through 1970 on both NBC and CBS. For one month in 1995 FOX attempted to bring the series back with some changes; Max as the Chief, 99 as a Congresswoman, and the Smart twins were now inexplicably only one child (Zach, played by Andy Dick of the sitcom NewsRadio). Despite the lack of success experienced by the sequel, Get Smart remains a favorite by agents and civilians alike.
1 "Mr. Big" Smart must prevent Mr. Big from destroying the country's major cities if he does not receive 100 million dollars in ransom. Mr. Big, who has captured Professor Dante, plans to make good his threat with Professor Dante's Inthermo, a doomsday machine. Mr Big: Michael Dunn (Professor Loveless of Wild Wild West)
2 "Our Man in Toyland" Smart makes contact with a saleswoman in the cosmetics department. The store's manager, Mr. Bunny, a KAOS kingpin, soon becomes suspicious of Smart.
3 "KAOS in Control" Smart is in charge of maximum-security measures for the arrival of six top scientists scheduled to meet at CONTROL headquarters, which seems to have been infiltrated by KAOS.
4 "School Days" Smart enrolls in CONTROL'S espionage training school as Alexander Loomis to learn the identity of a KAOS infiltrator. He makes contact with Agent 99, who has been planted in the school's processing department to help him crack the case.
5 "Diplomat's Daughter" Smart must guard a visiting Scandinavian princess when a number of women--all blondes--disappear in a rash of mysterious kidnappings in Washington, D.C.
Guest Star: Leonard Strong
6 "Now You See Him--Now You Don't" KAOS kingpin Ehrlich sends an invisible agent to recapture the scientist, Dr. Haskell, who has fled to Smart's apartment after escaping from his kidnappers.
Guest Stars: Joseph Ruskin, Gregory Morton
7 "Washington 4--Indians 3" Smart calls a maximum alert when the American Indians threaten war unless they get their country back. Smart and 99 are assigned to learn what they can of Indian war plans and their secret weapon.
Guest Stars: Anthony Caruso
8 "Our Man In Leotards" A leaping thief steals Imoblio, a new drug that causes momentary paralysis, from CONTROL. Smart suspects Emilio Nahrana, renowned Latin American ballet dancer.
Guest Star: Michael Pate
9 "The Day Smart Turned Chicken" A dying cowboy stumbles into Maxwell Smart's apartment with information about a plot on an ambassador's life. The Chief of CONTROL starts doubting Smart's sanity, especially when he hurries to his apartment and finds no trace of a dying cowboy.
Guest Star: Simon Oakland, Kolchak's boss in Kolchak the Night Stalker tv-series
10 "Satan Place" Smart and 99 try to rescue their Chief from KAOS. Smart learns that Harvey Satan, a KAOS agent, holds the Chief and demands $200,000 ransom.
Guest Star: Joseph Sirola
11 "Too Many Chiefs" Smart must protect Tanya, a CONTROL witness against KAOS, from assassination. For the sake of safety, Tanya is ordered to stay at Smart's apartment.
Guest Star: Susanne Cramer
12 "My Nephew the Spy" Smart must keep his true occupation a secret from visiting relatives. Complications arise when Victor, a KAOS agent, tries to kill Smart just as Uncle Abner and Aunt Bertha arrive at the apartment.
Guest Stars: Conrad Janis of Mork & Mindy, Maudie Prickett, Charles Lane
13 "Weekend Vampire" When a CONTROL agent is murdered mysteriously, Smart and 99 search for a vampire. They pretend to be newlyweds whose car has broken down to gain entrance to the eerie home of Dr. Drago, a former CONTROL scientist replaced recently by Professor Sontag.
Guest Stars: Ford Rainey, Martin Kosleck
14 "Aboard the Orient Express" Smart must take a half-million-dollar payroll to CONTROL's freelance agents behind the Iron Curtain. The money is contained in an electrically charged briefcase chained to Smart's wrist.
Train Conductor: Johnny Carson
15 "Double Agent" Smart pretends to hit the skids to make KAOS believe that he can be bought. Smart's efforts to pose as a derelict are hampered by 99, who doesn't know he is a double agent.
16 "Survival of the Fattest" Smart matches brain and brawn with Mary Jack Armstrong, the world's strongest counter-spy, who has kidnapped a Middle Eastern Prince.
Guest Stars: Karen Steele, Tania Lemoni, Patti Gilbert
17 "Kisses For Kaos" Smart sets out to stop KAOS agents from placing exploding oil paintings in foreign consulates. With Smart masquerading as a chauffeur and 99 as a rich femme fatale, they attempt to trap Rex Savage, KAOS agent and art dealer.
Guest Star: Michael Dante
18 "The Dead Spy Scrawls" With only a three-word clue scrawled in wet cement by a dying agent, Smart, aided by 99 and the Chief, determines an innocent billiard parlor may be a KAOS front for an electronic brain intercepting all CONTROL messages.
19 "Back To the Old Drawing Board" Dr. Shotwire has perfected a moon exploration vehicle wanted by KAOS. To kidnap the scientist and his vehicle, KAOS builds the world's most intelligent robot, a genius killer named Hymie that looks, thinks, and reacts like a normal man.
Guest Star: Patrick O'Moore
20 "All In Mind" Smart poses as an army colonel with 99 as his secretary to trap a psychiatrist suspected of obtaining top secrets for KAOS from his unwitting government patients.
Guest Star: Torin Thatcher
21 "Smart, the Assassin" An attempt to assassinate CONTROL's Chief fails, and KAOS turns to the one man that the organization feels it can trust to do the job: Maxwell Smart. KAOS captures Max and gives him a diabolical brainwashing pill that forces him to carry out instructions with blind obedience.
22 "Dear Diary" The diary of a retired CONTROL agent disappears and Smart is assigned to the search. Aided by 99, Max mobilizes the aging spies of Spy City to find the document, which contains CONTROL's complete method of operation.
23 "I'm Only Human" Smart plants spy dog Fang in a KAOS kennel suspected of brainwashing dogs to kill their scientist masters.
24 "Stakeout at Blue Mist Mountain" When Smart discovers that 338 KAOS agents international slipped into the country, he quickly determines they aren't here for an international Ping-Pong match.
25 "The Amazing Harry Who" KAOS agents are suspected of stealing the formula of the tranquilizer bomb, a powerful new weapon that produces instant sleep.
Guest Stars: Joey Forman, Lee Kolima, Leonard Strong
26 "Now You See Him--Now You Don't" Smart and 99 must learn the identity of the new KAOS Mr. Big so the world may finally hear a finished unfinished symphony.
Guest Stars: Bert Freed, John Myhers
27 "Ship of Spies - Part I" Max and 99 miss their only chance to identify the thief of an achievement in modern naval science, the nuclear amphibian battleship, when a CONTROL agent with the information is shot in a waterfront dive.
28 "Ship of Spies - Part II" Smart narrows his search for the person who stole the plans to the nuclear amphibian battleship.
29 "Shipment To Beirut" Fashion model Mildred Spencer telephones Smart that the supersonic plans are sewn into a dress.
Guest Stars: Judy Lang, Lee Bergere
30 "The Last One In Is A Rotten Spy" Verna calls Smart and asks his help in escaping with a list of KAOS agents. As a cover during the swim meet, Max claims he is the American team trainer, Agent 99, the team chaperone, and the Control Chief an official.
Guest Stars: Alice Ghostley of Bewitched, Jane Massey. Elisa Ingram, Barbara Stanek, Victoria Carroll
31 "A Spy For A Spy" Siegfried offers to return the Chief to Max and Agent 99 in exchange for the secrets of his country's latest defense, the X-11, an all new laser powered missile detector. Max then concocts a plan to kidnap KAOS's number-one assassin and exchange him for the chief.
32 "The Only Way To Die" Maxwell Smart is confronted with the annual arrival of the "Blaster" to destroy a national monument and is temporarily "killed" trying to prevent the fiendish scheme. Unfortunately, he succeeds in blowing up the Internal Revenue building and all its records, leaving U.S. taxpayers on their honor not to cheat ("We're in a lot of trouble," notes Max).
Guest Stars: Edmund Hashim, David Ketchum
33 "Strike While the Agent Is Hot" While sparking the drive against funny mone for CONTROL, Max confuses Agent 99 and the Chief by becoming the head of the Guild of Surviving CONTROL Agents.
Guest Stars: Lisa Pera, Dino Natale, Alan Dexter
34 "Maxwell Smart, Alias Jimmy Ballantine" KAOS contacts safecracker Jimmy Ballentine, about to be released from prison, to help open the biggest vault in the country. Ballentine tips CONTROL and Max impersonates the safe cracker.
Guest Stars: Time Herbert, Dave Ketchum
35 "Anatomy of a Lover" Rather than end the life of his closest friend, Hymie the Robot, Max spirits the robot to his apartment while he searches for the KAOS spy who has entered the ranks of CONTROL and reprogrammed the robot. While hidden in Max's apartment, Hymie meets the Chief's niece, Phoebe, and she falls in love with the mechanical man. But the chief is not fooled when Max turns in parts from a washing machine as the remains of the robot he was ordered to destroy
Guest Stars: Dick Gautier, King Moody, Laurel Goodwin, Larry Gallery
36 "Kiss of Death" Maxwell comes to the rescue of Tracy, madcap heiress of the jet set, when she fakes her own kidnapping. Convinced that he has saved her life, Maxwell accepts an invitation to Tracy's wild party. At the party, Tracy plans to kill Max by placing a permanent smile on his lips with poison lipstick! This same gimmick was used in a James Bond movie
Guest Stars: Geraldine Brooks, Dave Ketchum
37 "Casablanca" The Chief sends Max to the North Woods to "rest" and Agent 99 undertakes to solve the mysterious strangulations of 275 top scientists. Posing as a singer, she appears in Casablanca's Beat Parrot Cafe, watering hole of the world's most notorious double agents and reputed headquarters of the Choker. Max decides to go to Casablanca to investigate on his own - as Humphrey Bogart's Rick
Guest Stars: Morton Jacobs, Louis Wills, Stacey Keach, David Ketchum, Gordon Jump of "WKRP"
38 "The Greatest Spy On Earth" Smart and Agent 99 pose as reporters to interview Hond, the strong man; Gertrude-Gerald, the half-man, half woman; Raymond, the knife thrower; and Pepper Hanlon, the circus publicity man. The CONTROL agents are unmasked and the circus performers decide to send Max and "99" to their deaths in true circus style; Max will be shot from a gun as a human cannonball and Agent 99 fed to the lions.
Guest Stars: Harry Varteresian, Victor Lundin, Mickey Manners, Paul Dooley
39 "Hoo Done It?" Smart and Agent 99 team up with their old friend Inspector Harry Hoo (a Charlie Chan spoof) to solve a KAOS plot on a deserted Pacific island.
Guest Star: Joey Forman
40 "Rub-A-Dub-Dub...Three Spies In A Sub" Smart and Agent 99 are assigned a suicide mission to destroy a computer on a secret KAOS island directing a submarine in acts of piracy. They land on the island and are promptly captured throught Max's bumbling leadership, while 99 engineers their escape.
Guest Star: David Ketchum
41 "The Decoy" KAOS breaks the CONTROL code, and the Chief volunteers Max as a decoy--a suicide mission. An interdepartmental fight in KAOS develops over the best means to extract the code from Max after his capture.
Guest Star: David Ketchum
42 "Bronzefinger" Agent 54, who has been trailing art thief/forger Rembrandt von Bronzefinger, turns up at Bronzefinger's birthday party painted blue and dies of suffocation. Entire episode is spoof of Bond film "Goldfinger"
43 "The Whole Tooth And..." Plans to keep a ticking reactor from exploding are placed on micro-film in a cap on Max's tooth.
Guest Stars: Robert Strauss, John Alvin, Joseph Mell, Howard Wendell, Stuart Nisbet
44 "Island of the Darned" Max and Agent 99 are sent to a small Caribbean Island to pose as hunters to track down the suspected killer of Agent 27, whose stuffed body was sent back to CONTROL. The two agents are captured by KAOS executive Hans Hunter, who explains his favorite sport: hunting people. Ida Lupino directed a similar episode of Gilligan's Island
Guest Stars: Harold Gould, Kai Hernandez, Fabian Dean, Stacy Keach, Julius Johnson
45 "Perils In A Pet Shop" The CONTROL agents suspect a pet shop operated by Melnik, "the Smiling KAOS Killer" as a front. Fang joins Max and Agent 99 as all three are promptly captured.
Guest Stars: Donald Murphy, Dave Ketchum
46 "It Takes One To Know" Smart's friend, Hymie the robot, is selected to tackle the presumed KAOS killer, Octavia, because of his immunity to her evil beauty and charm. Hymie meets Octavia and learns why she is always successful: she is also a robot.
Guest Stars: Gayle Hunnicutt, Woodrow Parfrey, Martin J. Kelley, Paul Hahn
47 "Someone Down Here Hates Me" Smart achieves the distinction of being No. 1 on the KAOS kill list with a $250,000 reward on his head. The bumbling agent becomes extremely suspicious of everyone and attacks innocent citizens who show the slightest resemblance to KAOS killers. Guest Star: Craig Huebing
48 "Cutback To CONTROL" With CONTROL agents being paid off, the Chief suggests that Max accept an offer of employment from Siegfried, top KAOS agent, as a means of infiltrating the opposition and discovering the traitor.
49 "The Mummy" Smart is assigned to solve the disappearance of CONTROL agents, and evidence indicates they were all last seen in the Egyptian room of the museum.
Guest Stars: Lisa Gaye, Marc London, Laurie Main
50 "The Girl From Kaos" KAOS wants Miss USA as a hostage to obtain cooperation of her famous scientist father. Max appears disguised as a contest judge to prevent a kidnapping attempt.
Guest Stars: Tish Sterling, Virginia Lee, Valerie Hawkins, Sidney Clute
51 "The Man From YENTA" The Chief assigns Agent 99 to join the harem of Prince Buhbi to discover a KAOS girl who has infiltrated the group, while Max impersonates the Prince. Israel sends the pride of her espionage unit, YENTA, Agent 498, to assist master of disguise and voice impersonator Le Moco to kill the Prince.
Guest Stars: Walker Edminston, Paul Comi, Alan Oppenheimer, Bob Karvelas
52 "Smart Fit The Battle" Smart is assigned to uncover how KAOS blows up every building completed for the American Space Agencies. Max trails the Jericho Construction Company through Las Vegas casinos with unfortunate results.
Guest Stars: Steve Gravers, William Chapman
53 "Where-What-How-Who Am I?" Smart overhears KAOS hoods planning to kill top space scientists but has trouble remembering the details. He crashes his car and lands in the hospital as he rushes to CONTROL to reveal what he heard, but a KAOS doctor tricks the Chief and Agent 99 into giving him an amnesia pill.
54 "How To Succeed In The Spy Business Without Really Trying" The KAOS leader tricks the Chief into sending all CONTROL agents except Max and Agent 99 to Fort Knox. When Seigfried is introduced to the convention as "defector of the year" he throws "sleeping dust" into the air and all promptly fall asleep, with Max helpless to stop the world's biggest kidnapping.
Guest Stars: Marc London, Alex Rocco
55 "The Expendable Agent" Professor Whitaker and British Intelligence Agent Cain arrive to give American scientists a secret rocket fuel formula. The Chief and Agent 99 make sure the bumbling Max and Agent Cain surround the professor with elaborate security but don't count on a bomb KAOS has planted in Max's own apartment.
Guest Stars: Irwin Charone, Dick Patterson
56 "Appointment In Sahara" KAOS plans to blackmail the world by threatening that the missile will be fired unless one of their agents is seated with each country's government. When Max and Agent 99 find the missile, they are discovered and tied to the rocket for a one-way trip back.
57 "Pussycats Galore" The Chief assigns Agent Charlie Watkins, disguise expert who makes himself up as a beautiful girl, to act as a contact in the club. But before Watkins can help the two agents are tranquilized and readied for shipment behind the Iron Curtain.
Guest Stars: Angelique Pettyjohn, H.M. Wynant, Ted Knight
58 "A Man Called Smart - Part I" Max's informant, Russell Bediyoskin, is wounded by KAOS before he can give the location for a secret dehydration formula. In the confusion, Max impersonates the injured man for a KAOS ambulance ride to seek clues. The Chief and Agent 99 remove the wounded informer to a hospital hoping he will regain consciousness and reveal the formulas whereabouts.
Guest Stars: Howard Craine
59 "A Man Called Smart - Part II" Informer, Russell Bediyoskin regains consciousness in the hospital long enough to scrawl a confusing first clue for Maxwell, Agent 99 and the Chief.
Guest Stars: Howard Craine, William Schallert
60 "A Man Called Smart - Part III" Smart deciphers his first leads as KAOS start drying up the United States
Guest Stars: John Myhers, William Schallert
61 "Viva Smart"
Smart and Agent 99 have been sent to the country to rescue the imprisoned president, Don Carlos. When Smart and 99 try to masquerade as flamenco dancers, they not only flop but wind up with a firing squad date.
Guest Stars: Edward Colmans. Jana Taylor, Billy Curtis, Monty Landis, Jack Regotzy
62 "Witness For The Persecution" Since Smart is the only witness who can identify a KAOS spy, Elwood Tudbury, Smart is marked for death by KAOS. The CONTROL crime lab head, Dr. Bascomb, makes elaborate plans to help Max.
Guest Stars: Henry Hunter, George Ives, Patty Reagan, Billy Curtis, James Nolan
63 "The Spy Who Met Himself" KAOS head Seigfried successfully duplicates Agents 38 and 13, but his prized double is a fake Maxwell Smart. Max is kidnapped and replaced with the imposter.
Guest Star: Del Moore
64 "The Spirit Is Willing" Max and 99 set out to track down the spirit of the only witness against a KAOS agent.
Guest Stars: Ina Ballin, Len Lesser, Kay Michaels, Than Wyenn, Peggo Mondo
65 "Maxwell Smart, Private Spy" Max can only spend half his time on his CONTROL assignment to protect a pretty foreign lecturer, Trinka, because of a budget cut. He opens his own agency with 99 as his Girl Friday.
Guest Stars: Roxane Berard, Phil Roth, Berry Kroeger, Buddy Hackett
66 "Supersonic Boom" KAOS's sonic boom machine can demolish whole cities by concentrating sound waves. KAOS agent Billet gives CONTROL 48 hours to deliver $50 million or face the destruction of New York City.
Guest Stars: Farley Granger, Bill Dana
67 "One of Our Olives Is Missing" Ozark Annie, a Western Entertainer, accidentally swallows an olive containing a miniaturized receiver.
Guest Star: Carol Burnett
68 "When Good Fellows Get Together" Smart tries to prepare CONTROL's robot, Hymie, to do battle with a new KAOS robot programmed to destroy him.
Guest Star: H B Haggerty
69 "Dr. Yes" Smart and Agent 99 must locate a secret lab maintained by the mastermind, Dr. Yes. They pose as campers in the general area of the remote lab, but two fellow campers prove to be KAOS agents who aim to kill Smart and 99. A classic episode, yes? Yavold, we, da, si.
Guest Stars: Donald Davis, Todd Martin, Andre Phillippe, Wally Cox
70 "That Old Gang of Mine" Smart goes undercover as a safecracker to capture the head of a gang of jewel thieves.
Guest Stars: Iggie Wolfington, Raul Frank, Diahn Williams, Sid Haig, Larry Duran
71 "The Mild Ones" The Chief orders Max and Agent 99 to join a hippie gang suspected of kidnapping an important KAOS foreign minister. Max and 99 fool the gang at first, but run into problems when Doll Baby, the girlfriend of the band's leader falls for Max.
Guest Stars: Susan Albert, Steven Allen, Michael Bell
72 "Classification: Dead" The Chief hurries Smart to Dr. Steel, CONTROL's head toxicologist, in the hope that she can concoct an antidote for a delayed action poison slipped to him by a KAOS agent. Dr. Steel not only can't help Smart, she regretfully classifies him as good as dead. Episode is spoof of classic film noir "DOA."
Guest Stars: Ellen Weston, John Fiedler
73 "The Mysterious Dr. T" When top CONTROL scientist Dr. Longnecker is fatally poisoned, he confesses with his last breath that the real brains behind his work is a certain "Dr. T." Max and 99 set out to track down "Dr. T" only to find KAOS head Seigfried lingering at every turn.
Guest Stars: Craddock Munro, Peter Robbins
74 "The King Lives" Max and the King are look-alikes. When the King is wounded in an assassination attempt, the Chief assigns Max to pose as the King for the coronation ceremony.
Guest Stars: Michael Forest, Richard Angarola, Johnny Carson, John Doucette, Judith McConnell
75 "The Groovy Guru" The Chief suspects that a Guru is up to no good, and sends Max and 99 to investigate. The pair find that the Guru plans to mesmerize his vast teen-age audience with music and then order them on a binge of destruction. There was a similar episode of The Monkees
Guest Stars: Larry Storch, Eileen Watson, Barry Newman
76 76 - "The Little Black Book - Part I" When Max's old buddy Sid (Rickles) stumbles on a black book containing names of KAOS agents, he assumes it is Max's date book. Sid rings up a girls number and arranges a double date with KAOS agents Zelda and Nancy.
Guest Stars: Don Rickles, Ann Prentiss, Arlene Golonka
77 "The Little Black Book - Part II" Sid, finally convinced that his old sidekick is really a secret agent, persuades Max and the Chief to let him help retrieve a valuable address book from KAOS. When Max's various strategies backfire, Sid assumes command.
Guest Stars: Don Rickles, Arlene Golanka, Eddie Ryder, James Komack, Ernest Borgnine, Corbett Monica, Joey Forman, Robert Easton, Ann Prentis, Alan Drake
78 "Don't Look Back" A KAOS agent disguised in a Maxwell Smart mask shoots a bank guard, and the real Smart is convicted of the crime. Max's only hope is to find a one-handed man who is also seen during the bank shooting.
Guest Stars: Bruce Gordon, Stuart Nisbet, Milton Berle, Allen Jaffe, Larry Anthony
79 "99 Loses CONTROL" Weary of waiting for Maxwell Smart, Agent 99 agrees to marry the casino boss, Victor Royal. Max is more worried than he is willing to admit, and conducts his own investigation of Royal. Episode is spoof of James Bond story "Casino Royale"
Guest Stars: Jacques Bergerac, Bob Hope
80 "The Wax Max" A pleasant visit to the park turns into a lethal affair when Max and Agent 99 are mistaken for KAOS agents and "win" a doll of significance to KAOS.
Guest Stars: Richard Devon, Robert Ridgely
81 "Operation Ridiculous" The Chief wants to impress the writer of a magazine in hopes that the article on CONTROL will result in a better national image and a higher budget for them. When Smart and 99 start to demonstrate to the writer, Fitzmaurice, that CONTROL is highly efficient, everything goes wrong.
Guest Stars: George Macready, Ellen Weston, Patti Gilbert, Bob Karveles
82 "Spy, Spy, Birdie" Albert J. Pfister can't stand noise and has developed a deadly silent explosive. Demonstrations on CONTROL and KAOS facilities convince Smart, 99 and Seigfried to collaborate in hunting Pfister. Their only clue is a pigeon that brings them the message that cities, both East and West, are doomed to silent destruction.
Guest Stars: Percy Helton, King Moody
83 "Run, Robot, Run" Despite the vigilance of Smart, 99 and the Chief, mysterious accidents befall U.S. athletes. A wiley KAOS pair, Mr. Snead and Mrs. Neal, utilize ingenious devices to frustrate CONTROL's protective efforts. Episode is spoof of The Avengers
Guest Stars: John Orchard, Lyn Peters
84 "The Hot Line" A change in assignment is ordered by a KAOS agent imitating the President's voice over the Chief's hotline. The imposter also orders CONTROL to open its files to the President's special agent, KAOS agent Brady.
Guest Stars: Richard Yarmy, John Byner, Robert Karveles, Robert Doqui, Regis Philbin, Helen Boll
85 "The Reluctant Redhead" The only way CONTROL can obtain a coveted list of enemy agents is to strike a deal with the list's owner, Kinsey Krispin. Krispin's condition for the release of the list is that CONTROL locates his estranged wife. Smart trains a lookalike to impersonate Mrs. Krispin even though one slip could mean death.
Guest Stars: Cesar Romero, Alan Baxter, Julie Sommars, Noam Pitlik
86 "Die, Spy" The story spoofs NBC's "I Spy" and Robert Culp of that series appears in a cameo role.
Guest Stars: Stu Gilliam, Poupee Bocar
87 "The Impossible Mission" The Chief assigns 86 and 99 to retrieve a deadly scientific theory from KAOS. The search takes the CONTROL agents to a TV studio, where they disguise themselves as dancers.
Guest Stars: Aron Kincaid, Eddie Hice, Robert Karveles, Ann Elder, Jamie Farr
88 "Snoopy Smart Vs. The Red Baron" KAOS with its Operation Starch program have found a way to wipe out the potato crop and other food supplies by dusting the fields from the air. Max, 99, and the Chief fly to Idaho to solve the mystery. There was a similar episode of "The Man From UNCLE"
Guest Stars: Jane Dulo, King Moody, Bernie Kopell, Pat Houtchens
89 "Closely Watched Planes" Agent 99 joins Max on a trip masquerading as an airline stewardess. Their efforts to unravel the mystery of the couriers that have disappeared are in vain. That is, until Max learns the hard way how the men have disappeared into thin air.
Guest Stars: Pete Barbuti, Maureen Dawson
90 "The Secret of Sam Vittorio" An old bank robber, Sam Vittorio, wants to arrange the escape of two former bank-robbing cronies because he wants to pass on his secret. As luck would have it, Sam's old partners happen to be lookalikes for 86 and 99.
Guest Star: J. Carrol Naish of "Life With Luigi"
91 "Diamonds Are a Spy's Best Friend" A special KAOS unit robs jewelry stores and smuggle the gems overseas. One such robbery goes awry when Max unknowingly enters the store.
92 "The Worst Best Man" Each time Smart picks a best man for his upcoming wedding to Agent 99, the man meets with a mysterious accident. The Chief deducts that there must be a link between all of the accidents and KAOS because all of Max's prospects are fellow agents.
Guest Stars: Bernard E. Barrow, Avery Schreiber
93 "Tale of Two Tails" Trouble begins when Smart gives two of his pupils a practical test ... follow Agent 99 without being detected while she goes shopping. Smart and his students are not aware that the Chief has sent 99 on an actual CONTROL assignment.
Guest Stars: Fred Willard, Victor Sen Yung, Vico Grecco
94 "The Return of The Ancient Mariner" Smart has to guard the ex-chief of CONTROL, Admiral Hargarde, as well as hunt for the Chameleon.
Guest Stars: Jack Cassidy, William Schallert
95 "With Love And Twitches" The big day arrives for Smart and Agent 99, but almost without Smart as he is sidetracked by a bizarre case.
Guest Stars: William Schallert, Jay Lawrence, Sharon Cintron, Mrs. Don Adams, Alan Oppenheimer, Larry Vincent, Ned Wever, Jane Dulo
96 "The Lazer Blazer" Smart wears a new blazer given to him by a Chinese merchant, Lin Chan. Smart, however, isn't aware he posses a weapon in the blazer, and is mystified as object disappear around him.
Guest Stars: Julie Newmar (Catwoman on Batman tv-series), Leonard Strong
97 "The Farkas Fracas" When Agent 99 is caught without dessert, she gratefully accepts chocolate mousse from her solicitious neighbor Naomi Farkas. Naomi and her husband Emil are secret KAOS agents who hope to photograph some papers the Chief has with him.
Guest Stars: Alice Ghostley, Tom Bosley
98 "Temporarily Out of CONTROL" Max as an ensign and the Chief as a yeoman suddenly realize they'd better get off the ship if they are to thwart a KAOS plot.
99 "Schwartz's Island" The Smarts' honeymoon cruise ends when their sailboat blows up. They drift to an uncharted island, which soon proves to be owned by KAOS chief Seigfried.
Guest Stars: Robert Karaveles, King Moody
100 "One Nation, Invisible" Max must bring a scientist, Dr. Canyon, into the CONTROL camp. His problems multiply quickly; the invisible doctor turns out to be a pretty woman whose visibility returns just as Agent 99 enters their apartment.
Guest Star: Lyn Peters
101 "Horray For Hollywood" The Chief believes KAOS has set up a new communication system which may be connected with a theatre group.
Guest Stars: Ivor Francis, Terence Kilburn, Claude Wolman, Don Ross
102 "The Day They Raided The Knights" Agent 99 takes a job at the Knights Trading Stamp Redemption Center, unaware that the center is a front for a KAOS operation.
Guest Stars: John Harding, Robert Karaveles, Nancy Kovac
103 "Tequila Mockingbird" Smart and 99 pose as a flamenco dancer and a seedy doctor to fool KAOS as both search for hidden gems in Mexico.
Guest Stars: John Harding, Nancy Kovack, Robert Karaveles
104 "I Shot 86 Today" When the Smarts learn another center near a golf course has been earmarked for destruction by KAOS at a specific time, they plan to be on the course that day.
Guest Stars: Charles Bateman, Irwin Charone
105 "Absorb the Greek" The Smarts, thinking the Chief has gone mad by taking the risk of romancing pretty Gina Pappanikolina, try their best to interfere. Unfortunately, they nearly succeed in upsetting a highly secret operation.
Guest Stars: Alizia Gur, Jack Deleon, Jane Dulo, Joseph Mell
106 "To Sire With Love - Part I" The Chief uses a masked costume ball to switch King Charles for Max. Agent 99 soon has dificulty telling the two apart. Unfortunately, KAOS does not have the same problem uncovering the ruse.
Guest Stars: John Doucette
107 "To Sire With Love - Part II" 99's confusion makes Max jealous and leads to marital coolness in the Smart household. KAOS has a more direct plan to solve the confusion: get rid of them both.
Guest Stars: Don Rickles, Pat Henry, Pat McCormick
108 "Shock It To Me" Dr. Erick Zharko and his assistant Bruce wire Max and 99 to a Dr. Frankenstein-like apparatus. Zharko figures that a jolt of his specially controlled electricity will shock Max and 99 into a five year sleep.
Guest Star: Tom Poston (see top of page)
109 "Leadside" Despite extensive precautions by the Chief to safeguard Max in his apartment, Leadside's team finds its way in for a showdown. Smart finds it is not easy to cope with a hotshot pilot in a wheelchair. Episode spoofs Raymond Burr tv-series "Ironside"
Guest Stars: Tom Poston
110 "Greer Window" Smart is principally interested in training his binoculars on a pretty blonde, Pattie Parker, secretary to the head of a research firm. Inadvertently, Smart's window gazing reveals that the research firm may be linked with KAOS.
Guest Stars: Lynn Borden, Barney Phillips
111 "The Not-So-Great Escape - Part I" Several abductions occur at a revolving telephone booth manipulated by KAOS. Smart finds out that the CONTROL people are being held at a prisoner of war camp by Seigfried and his aide. Smart infiltrates the camp by disguising himself as a KAOS official.
Guest Stars: Kathie Brown, Johnny Haymer, King Moody
112 "The Not-So-Great Escape - Part II" Smart and the Chief try all the standard escape methods and each time KAOS has Seigfried and his henchman, Starker, block them. The Chief realizes that there must be an informer in the camp and devises a plan to fool the informer.
Guest Star: King Moody
113 "Pheasant Under Glass" On a mission for CONTROL to rescue Professor Milo Pheasant, Smart and 99 learn that he is imprisoned within an impregnable glass dome.
Guest Stars: Virginia Jaeger, Ned Wertimer, Peter Cannon, Peter Brocco, Henry Brandon, Paul Hahn
114 "Ironhand" Smart's contact Marco, a midget, is to give Max information regarding KAOS's new head, a man who also is the head of a huge comglomerate called I.H. Industries. However, Marco is killed before he can reveal the man's identitiy.
Guest Stars: Paul Richards, Billy Barty, Robert Karavelas, Judy Farrell, Tom Castronova, Edward G. Robinson, Al Molinaro, Barbara Fuller, Diana Hale
115 "Valerie of The Dolls" Smart is posing as a customs inspector to prevent KAOS from smuggling in the last part of a secret explosive designed to destroy California.
Guest Stars: Antionette Bower, Danny Dayton, Caroline Adams, Henry Corden, Robert Karavelas
116 "Widow Often Annie" The Chief assigns Smart to romance the beautiful Ann Cameron and to get proof that she has killed her last 12 husbands for their life insurance, which she then turned over to the KAOS organization.
Guest Stars: Dana Wynter, Robert Karavelas, Raoul Franck
117 "The Treasure of C. Errol Madre" CONTROL is robbed by KAOS, and bankruptcy seems imminent. The Chief sends Max into Mexico to locate a hidden gold mine and save CONTROL.
Guest Stars: Broderick Crawford, Robert Karavelas, Andy Albin, Richard Yarmy, Don Diamond, Al Travis, Natividad Vacio, Alberto Monte
118 "Smart Fell On Alabama" Smart fails to secure a code-key document carried by KAOS agent Borhman who is en route to Colonel Kyle Kirby's southern plantation. Kirby uses his chain of Tennessee Fricassee Frog Leg Resturaunts (a spoof of KFC's Colonel Sanders) to distribute KAOS information.
Guest Stars: John Dehner, Robert Karavelas, Don Megowan, Victor Bozeman, Diahn Williams, Stanley Clements, Larry Vincent
119 "And Baby Makes Four - Part I" KAOS has hired Simon the Likeable to secure some tightly guarded plans from the Pentagon.
Guest Stars: Dana Elcar, Judy Dan, Robert Karvelas, Ralph Manza, Sid Grossfeld, Roy Dean
120 "And Baby Makes Four - Part II" Smart, following an accidentally switched KAOS map, drives to KAOS headquarters instead of the maternity hospital with the expectant 99.
Guest Stars: Dana Elcar, Judy Dan, Robert Karvelas, Ralph Manza, Sid Groffeld, Jane Dulo
121 "Physician Impossible" Smart and the Chief are transferring Big Eddie Little to the penitentiary by the unique method of trotting along with a group of marathon runners. KAOS agents One-Way Al and Cortez are waiting for their opportunity to free the captive.
Guest Stars: Henry Corden, Than Wyenn, B.S. Pully, Ella Edwards, Robert Karavelas
122 "The Apes of Wrath" CONTROL agents are being mysteriously murdered after receiving a banana through the mail. Episode spoofs Poe's "Murders Of The Rue Morgue"
Guest Stars: Maury Wills, Rueben Singer, Chas. Bateman, John Barbour, Bob Carroll, Robert Karvelas
123 "Age Before Beauty" CONTROL agent Carruthers suddenly turns into a senior citizen; before expiring, he discloses that he became old overnight.
Guest Stars: Johnny Fiedler, Hary Bash, John Dennis, Robert Karvelas, Raymond O'Keefe, Chuck Harrod, Sandra Kent, Lennie Bremen, Ralph Moody
124 "Is This Trip Necessary" Smart, 99, the Chief, Larrabee and government officials have hallucinatory dreams caused by KAOS' mad pharmacist, Jarvis Pym, who has invented a terrible new drug. He notifies CONTROL that unless he receives $50,000 he will see that they receive a full dosage of his new drug which will put them all in permanent hallucinatory states.
Guest Stars: Vincent Price, Andre Phillippe, Robert Karvelas, Dodd Denney, Billy Barty
125 "Ice Station Siegfried" Most of the United States is covered with snow in August, and it is deduced that the one responsible must be Professor Stanislavski, who was scorned when he claimed he had developed a method to freeze the world.
Guest Stars: Bill Dana, Bernie Kopell, King Moody, Cliff Norton, Rege Cordic, Del Moore, Al Molinaro, Owen Bush
126 "Moonlighting Becomes You" Valuable information is being received by KAOS. The Chief is certain the vain Hannibal Flay, a radio actor, is transmitting the information to KAOS through his radio program.
Guest Stars: Victor Buono, Ron Husmann, Maudie Prickett, Allen Joseph, Bob Karvelas, Billy Bletcher, Sid Haig
127 "House of Max - Part I" In London, as Chief Inspector Sparrow tells Smart he believes Jack the Ripper is responsible for the recent outbreak of murders. 99, who is waiting for Max in Hyde Park, is being stalked by the killer.
Guest Stars: Hedley Mattingly, Marcel Hillaire, Kurt Kreuger, Ian,Abercrombie, Terence Pushman, George Sawaya, Bill Oberlin, Jim MacGeorge, E.J. Schuster
128 "House of Max - Part II" The Smarts are in London to help solve a series of murders. Ex-scientist Fluval, who now operates a wax museum in London, is their prime suspect.
Guest Stars: Hedley Mattingly, Marcel Hillaire, Kurt Kreuger, Ian Abercrombie, George Sawaya, Bill Oberlin, Jim MacGeorge, E.J. Schuster
129 "Rebecca of Funny-Folk Farm" Smart accidentally jettisons a secret package from an airplane just before a gun-wielding stewardess demands he turn it over to her. Later, the package is located on the roof of Hester Van Hooten's home, where eccentric Hester hasn't permitted a visitor for 20 years.
Guest Stars: Gale Sondergaard, Bryan O'Byrne, Paul Wexler, Judy McConnell, Robert Karvelas
130 "The Mess of Adrian Listenger" When six CONTROL agents meet with bizarre, fatal accidents, the Chief begins to feel someone has a vendetta against CONTROL.
Guest Stars: Pat Paulsen, Robert Karvelas, Tom Farrell
131 "Witness for the Execution" Smart is assigned to guard a KAOS defector, Dietrich, who is going to testify against the spy organization. A KAOS agent hires Earl Kibbee, also known as the "exterminator," to get rid of Dietrich.
Guest Stars: William Schallert, Fabian Dean, Jim Connell, Joe Bernard, Robert Karvelas
132 "How Green Was My Valet" After Smart and 99 locate a precious container of a new type of liquid rocket fuel in a deceased scientist's laboratory, they are confronted by a KAOS agent, the valet for the Bulmanian ambassador.
Guest Stars: Jonathan Harris of Lost In Space, Robert Karvelas, Julie Bennett, John Trayne, Diana Webster
133 "And Only Two Ninety-Nine" Smart returns home to find 99 in her bed with a black eye. Then a phone call from the Chief explains that the girl is an impostor, but he should play along.
Guest Stars: Robert Karvelas, H.M. Wynant, Nicholas Georgiade
134 "Smartacus" Smart is assigned to guard Senator Brookside while he is at the Roman Baths, a health spa owned by KAOS agent Montague Leach. All of Leach's spas are located near U.S. military installations, so the Chief suspects they are connected with a series of security leaks.
Guest Stars: Ronald Long, Michael Long, Robert Karvelas, John Zaremba
135 "What's It All About, Algie" CONTROL agent Hathaway, working undercover at Algie's Nursery, informs Smart that proprietor Algernon DeGrasse is a KAOS agent.
Guest Stars: John Van Dreelen, Robert Karvelas, Loree Frazier, Eddie Ryder, Walter Seifert
136 "Hello, Columbus; Goodbye America" Smart and 99 stop two men as they remove a painting from an art museum, but the Chief intervenes and explains they are employed by a man who owns the painting as well as the rest of the United States; he is Gino Columbus, a direct descendant of Christopher.
Guest Stars: Vito Scotti, Oscar Beregi, Billy Barty, Jerry Maren, Ralph Manza, Buddy Lewis, Robert Karvelas
137 "Do I Hear A Vaults" The Chief meets Smart at a public library to recover a book containing names and addresses of CONTROL agents. Max and Larrabee transport the book in an armored car to a bank vault, but Max accidentally locks the vault door on both the Chief and Larrabee inside.
Guest Stars: Ned Glass, Herbert Voldand, Ann Summers, Robert Karvelas, George Sawaya
138 "I Am Curiously Yellow" The Chief orders Smart into a laundry in Chinatown to pick up "The Whip," a Chinese KAOS agent.
Guest Stars: Robert Middleton, Victor Sen Yung, Robert Karvelas