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Get Smart season 1

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30 episodes (1748 views)

Air weekdate:Saturday Cast:Don Adams, Barbara Feldon, Edward Platt, Bernie Kopell, David Ketchum, Jane Dulo, King Moody, Red, Robert Karvelas, Victor French Genre:Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Mystery Channel:NBC Status:Ended

8.4 (26 votes)

The plot develops around secret agent Maxwell Smart, also known as Agent 86. His experienced partner is Agent 99, whose real name is one of the most curious mysteries in the series. Agents work for CONTROL Center which is based in Washington. The partners investigate and stand up to different menaces to peace, although the Smart’s competence constantly comes into question. Smart never succeeds in doing anything on his own without Agent 99 who has good skills and luck. A patient and reasonable head of the CONTROL Center superintends the whole work. His is always called “Chief”, but once the President of the United States addressed him by name Thaddeus. KAOS is an arch enemy of CONTROL and is called an international organization of evil. KAOS was established in Buсharest in 1940 but is based in state Delaware. Notwithstanding the fact that CONTROL and KAOS are capitalized these are not abbreviations and stand for nothing. This is an unbelievably talented amusing tasteful parody on various cinematographic clichés. Happy viewing and laughter!

Get Smart season 1 episodes list:

Episode #1: Mr. Big (air date: 1965-09-18)

Mr. Big is blackmailing CONTROL: unless they pay him $100,000,000 he will use the ""Inthermo Ray"" to destroy the Statue of Liberty. Max teams up with Fang and a new partner, Agent 99, to stop Mr. Big.

Episode #2: Diplomat's Daughter (air date: 1965-09-25)

Numerous blondes have been kidnapped and Smart is assigned to protect a beautiful diplomat's daughter. He discovers the KAOS lair and tangles with The Claw, capturing him and his henchmen.

Episode #3: School Days (air date: 1965-10-02)

Smart goes undercover at the CONTROL spy school to find an undercover KAOS spy. CONTROL's spy school has been infiltrated by KAOS. To find the imposter, Max and Fang go undercover as students, while 99 poses as an instructor. There are three students suspected of being imposters - Dimitri, Grillak, and Zukor. Max must verify that Dimitri speaks a rare East Himalayan dialect, that Zukor has unusual handwriting, and that Grillak has a heart-shaped birthmark. Max finds himself all wet when attempting to eliminate them from the suspect list and he and 99 get captured and tied to a bomb. It is only by Fang's skilled intervention that they aren't blown to bits.

Episode #4: Our Man in Toyland (air date: 1965-10-09)

KAOS is secretly smuggling secrets out of the country. 99 discovers they are using a Department Store as a front and Polly Dollys to smuggle out the secrets. When one pulls the doll's string, Polly reveals top secrets. Max and 99 get caught by KAOS. Using children's toys, Max and 99 attempt to fight their way to safety and stop KAOS' smuggling ring.

Episode #5: Now You See Him... Now You Don't (air date: 1965-10-16)

A doctor meets Max at his apartment and convinces him that he has escaped from KAOS with an invisibility ray. KAOS then attempts to kidnap Max as tries to figure out if the ray is real.

Episode #6: Washington 4, Indians 3 (air date: 1965-10-23)

Indians threaten to use a bomb if they don't get all of their land back. Smart then goes into their camp and foils their plan. While on his three-week vacation Agent 43 is confronted by a group of rebel Indians. They demand the return of all Indian lands or they will fire their secret weapon on Washington. Max calls an all-out alert, though we're not sure if it's because of an Indian attack or because he doesn't get three weeks vacation. Once saturation bombing of Arizona is discarded as a plan, Max and 99 mount 'em up and head out to disarm the secret weapon. Max, disguised as a Papawahsee, infiltrates the camp. The Papwahsee is actually the Indian word for fiancee and Max is forced to romance Chief Red Cloud's daughter to fulfill his assignment. A jealous 99 raids the camp to prevent Max from kissing the daughter and tries to prevent the Indians from launching their secret weapon, a giant arrow.

Episode #7: KAOS in CONTROL (air date: 1965-10-30)

CONTROL is due to host a conference of six scientific geniuses, but just before it occurs,. KAOS manages to steal CONTROL's retrogressor gun. The gun, which turns adults into children mentally, is taken by a KAOS mole who manages to retrogress the gun's inventor and the Chief. KAOS' goal is to turn the scientists into children, destroying the free world's greatest minds.

Episode #8: The Day Smart Turned Chicken (air date: 1965-11-06)

Smart is to testify against KAOS soon, so they devise situations to show that Smart is losing his mind. A dying cowboy comes to Max's apartment to reveal a plot to poison the Morovian Ambassador at a costume party that night. Max calls the Chief, but when help arrives, the dead cowboy is missing and there's no proof of his ever having existed. Max dresses as a giant chicken and attends the costume ball at the embassy in order to protect the ambassador, but it's not a costume party and there's no poison in the ambassador's drink. It's all a KAOS plot to convince everyone that Max is crazy and discredit his testimony in an upcoming court case.

Episode #9: Satan Place (air date: 1965-11-13)

KAOS kidnaps the Chief and prepare to give him mind-control surgery. Max pretends to be a doctor in order to try to free the Chief from Harvey Satan. Evil KAOS mastermind Harvey Satan kidnaps the Chief and holds him for a $200,000 ransom. Struggling to raise the money, Max is forced to deliver a ransom of only $600. CONTROL follows the KAOS agent picking up the ransom and they find him at Satan Place. Satan is preparing the Chief for mind-control surgery, which involves KAOS freezing the Chief. Disguised as a doctor and nurse, Max and 99 try to free the frozen Chief.

Episode #10: Our Man in Leotards (air date: 1965-11-20)

Enilio Naharana steals a new drug invented by CONTROL named Immobilo, in order to use it against the Ambassador of Pinerovia. Max and 99 disguise themselves in order to save the day. Dancer and rebel Enilio Naharana steals a new CONTROL drug, Immobilo, to use against the Ambassador of Pinerovia. Immobilo paralyzes people instantly and Naharana plans to use it to prevent the Ambassador from signing a treaty with the U.S. Disguised as dancers, Max and 99 try to foil a peach of a plot. Unfortunately, Max is not a dancer and he gets caught! Keep an eye out for the bass drum sequence, which is one of the funniest bits in the entire series.

Episode #11: Too Many Chiefs (air date: 1965-11-27)

Alexi Sebastian, a master impersonator, attempts to kill someone who was about to reveal the secret of the KAOS coding system. Alexi disguises himself as the Chief to confuse the situation even more. Max and 99 must guard Tanya Lupescu, who has memorized KAOS' codebook. An attempt to hide her in a hotel fails, so CONTROL decides to hide her in Max's apartment. KAOS hires master impersonator Alexi Sebastian to kill Lupesco. Sebastian has successfully disguised himself as Johnny Carson and Max's Aunt Rose, so CONTROL has him listed as a 101 - shoot on sight. Sebastian disguises himself as the Chief and gets inside the apartment, but the real Chief shows up and Max is confronted by two Chiefs. Can Maxie pick the correct Chief?

Episode #12: My Nephew the Spy (air date: 1965-12-04)

Max stumbles upon a shoe store that just happens to be a KAOS communications center. Max is follwed by a KAOS agent who wants to kill him. The arrival of Max's aunt and uncle foil the KAOS agent's plan.

Episode #13: Aboard the Orient Express (air date: 1965-12-11)

CONTROL couriers are aboard the Orient Express are being murdered in order to prevent them from delivering important information. Max and 99 get into a sticky situation while trying to solve the mystery.

Episode #14: Weekend Vampire (air date: 1965-12-18)

CONTROL agents are found murdered with mysterious puncture marks on their necks. The investigation leads to the mysterious Dr. Drago.

Episode #15: Survival of the Fattest (air date: 1965-12-25)

Max has to protect an Arab prince, who must remain fat to retain his power.

Episode #16: Double Agent (air date: 1966-01-08)

Max has to become a broken, drunk agent so that KAOS will probably try to recruit him as one of their agents. He eventually is and has a difficult task.

Episode #17: Kisses for KAOS (air date: 1966-01-15)

After several buildings are inexplicably blown up, Control follows the trail to an art gallery where a former chemist, debonair Rex Savage, has teamed up with painter Mondo to produce a series of explosive paintings. 99 disguises as an art expert with Max as her driver/butler as they try to get Savage's fingerprints and photograph, something that turns out to be a little more complicated than expected.

Episode #18: The Dead Spy Scrawls (air date: 1966-01-22)

CONTROL tries to find the location of a KAOS communications center, which turns out to be in a pool hall.

Episode #19: Back to the Old Drawing Board (air date: 1966-01-29)

KAOS is interested in capturing Dr. Shotwire, a brilliant scientist whose work has been set 6 months back thanks to his bodyguard's helping hands (no other than 86). The KAOS agent in charge of the kidnapping, Natz, also has a vendetta with Max who sent him to prison in the past. Natz's plan involves the latest creation of rogue Dr. Ratton: Hymie a humanoid robot who enters Control as a newbie agent. However no one knows what to expect when Hymie has a drink and gets some quality time with Max.

Episode #20: All in the Mind (air date: 1966-02-05)

Max poses as an insane colonel in order to prove that a KAOS psychiatrist is revealing confidential information.

Episode #21: Dear Diary (air date: 1966-02-12)

A retired agent and his secret diary are missing.

Episode #22: Smart, the Assassin (air date: 1966-02-19)

After being hypnotized by KAOS, Max finds himself in a difficult situation while playing a game of chess.

Episode #23: I'm Only Human (air date: 1966-02-26)

Max convinces the Chief of taking Fang out of retirement after some Control agents are killed by their own dogs. Each of those agents had left their pets at an animal spa while they were travelling. What they ignored was that the animals were being brainwashed before being returned to their owners. When Fang goes MIA Max disobeys orders and goes after him which causes the Chief to go rescue Max.

Episode #24: Stakeout on Blue Mist Mountain (air date: 1966-03-05)

A horde of KAOS agents are taking flights to Washington. Each one carries a piece of a bomb which is meant to explode near an American base. Max and the Chief capture one of KAOS's agents and fool-force confidential information out of him. They end up in Blue Mist Mountain and it's up to 86 to dismantle the bomb before it goes off. All the help he has is Parker on the shoe-phone, a coin, and a very expensive tie.

Episode #25: The Amazing Harry Hoo (air date: 1966-03-12)

The Claw is back, and planning to lead Max into his deadly trap. His scheme leads Max and 99 to San Francisco as they follow a Chinese agent (Number 3) in the hopes that this will lead them to Number One (Claw), the mastermind behind a smuggling operation that uses a laundromat as facade (though the real money is actually in the laundry). However Max gets help from Harry Who, a chinese police inspector with a keen eye for detail and two possibilities to explain anything.

Episode #26: Hubert's Unfinished Symphony (air date: 1966-03-19)

Max and the Chief disguise themselves as concert critics as they go in the aid of Hubert, a violin virtuoso who has been working undercover to find the identity of KAOS's Big Boss. Just before Hubert is able to give his report he is killed but first hides a clue in the form of writen music. Max must then stop pianist Wolenska from being killed by a bomb planted in the piano on which he will perform Hubert's last symphony, a desperate attempt of the Big Boss to keep his identity secret.

Episode #27: Ship of Spies (1) (air date: 1966-04-02)

Ahoy mate! Max's new assignment has him in a boat where he must find the blueprints of a super weapon while watching his back from a mysterious killer who makes a peculiar clip-clop sound, which is not that much help as every single passenger and crew member make that sound.

Episode #28: Ship of Spies (2) (air date: 1966-04-09)

99's quick and clever reactions save Max from drowning. Back on the ship, Max talks with the captain who offers his assistance after finding out the reason he can never understand his aide. To make matters worse, 44 has finally had it. Not only Max cracks his super secret message, but he's tired of working hidden, not being able to eat at the captain's table, it's a boring job... As if it wasn't bad enough, he gets shot and Max finally discovers who the killer is, though it may be too late for him.

Episode #29: Shipment to Beirut (air date: 1966-04-23)

Fashion model Mildred Spencer telephones Smart that the supersonic plans are sewn into a dress.

Episode #30: The Last One in is a Rotten Spy (air date: 1966-05-07)

A swimmer on the Russian national team calls Max for help, but unfortunately he forgets her name.

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