History Series / GetSmart

24th Apr '16 1:07:04 PM eroock
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* TheProfessor: Carlson
-->"Hidden inside the tape recorder is a tiny camera. And hidden inside the camera is a tiny tape recorder."

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* TheProfessor: Carlson
Carlson.
-->"Hidden inside the tape recorder is a [[SpyCam tiny camera.camera]]. And hidden inside the camera is a tiny tape recorder."


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* SpyCam: Parodied in an episode where Professor Carlson, a Control scientist, is giving Max and 99 equipment for their next assignment.
--> '''Carlson''': We've developed this special equipment. Inside this camera is a hidden tape recorder. And this tape recorder actually conceals a hidden camera!
--> '''Max''': May I ask you a question, Professor Carlson?
--> '''Carlson''': Certainly.
--> '''Max''': Eh, why hide a tape recorder in a camera and a camera in a tape recorder? Why not just take pictures with the camera and record with the recorder?
--> '''Carlson''': Because my mind doesn't work that way, that's why.
15th Apr '16 5:18:01 PM PaulA
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* SeadogPegLeg: In "Ship of Spies", the captain of the ship has a peg leg which makes a distinctive "clip-clop" sound when he walks -- but so does practically everything else on the ship.
11th Apr '16 7:55:08 AM RippenFan33
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* KnightOfCerebrus: With a few exceptions [[note]] Siegfried, The Craw, Simon the Likeable, and others [[/note]] the majority of the KAOS agents were played straight and menacing, with little if any comedy derived from them.


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* {{Retcon}}: Siegfried was not orignally KAOS' leader, just one of its' high-ranking agents, like Max [[note]] In fact, unlike CONTROL, KAOS didn't have a set leader and was shown to have different leaders in different episodes. [[/note]] However, it seems that the [[Film/GetSmart movie]] and other sources pretty much establish him as the group's leader.
2nd Apr '16 11:19:17 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* ProstheticLimbReveal: In "Little Black Book Part 2" Max uses the old false hands in the chain trick to make his captors think that he has been chained to a wall, and then when they leave he gets out easily.
27th Mar '16 1:36:57 PM MarkLungo
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---> '''Max:''' At the moment, seven Coast Guard cutters are converging on us. Would you believe it? Seven.\\

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---> '''Max:''' At the moment, seven Coast Guard UsefulNotes/CoastGuard cutters are converging on us. Would you believe it? Seven.\\
27th Mar '16 1:35:12 PM MarkLungo
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* ActuallyNotAVampire: In "Weekend Vampire", the eponymous vampire isn't a vampire, he uses a musical blowgun to blow two small Poison Darts that he aims at his victim's neck. But he still has a Creepy Castle and uses a coffin as a bed (and secret stairway to his underground lair).

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* ActuallyNotAVampire: In "Weekend Vampire", the eponymous vampire isn't a vampire, vampire; he uses a musical blowgun {{Blowgun}} to blow two small Poison Darts that he aims at his victim's neck. But he still has a Creepy Castle and uses a coffin as a bed (and secret stairway to his underground lair).



* CaptainErsatz: Comedian Joey Forman twice appeared as the CharlieChan-based character, [[AlliterativeName Harry Hoo]].

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* CaptainErsatz: Comedian Joey Forman twice appeared as the CharlieChan-based Franchise/CharlieChan-based character, [[AlliterativeName Harry Hoo]].
27th Mar '16 1:31:46 PM MarkLungo
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Spy fiction parody from TheSixties created by Creator/MelBrooks with (''not'' "and") Buck Henry. Definitely a SitCom. It starred Don Adams as CONTROL agent 86 Maxwell Smart, a [[TheFool bungling but perpetually optimistic]] secret agent who often managed to save the day and defeat the bad guys almost despite himself, and Barbara Feldon as his partner, Agent 99, a slighty daffy FemmeFataleSpy. They received their assignments from CONTROL's hapless [[DaChief chief]].

Offered a tremendous number of {{Catch Phrase}}s, largely at the insistence of star Don Adams, who knew they would help make the series succeed. The series ran from September 1965 to September 1970, a total of 138 episodes in five seasons, with the first four airing on NBC and the fifth on CBS.

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Spy fiction parody from TheSixties created by Creator/MelBrooks with (''not'' "and") Buck Henry. Definitely a SitCom. It starred Don Adams as CONTROL agent 86 Maxwell Smart, a [[TheFool bungling but perpetually optimistic]] secret agent who often managed to save the day and defeat the bad guys almost despite himself, and Barbara Feldon as his partner, Agent 99, a slighty daffy FemmeFataleSpy. They received their assignments from CONTROL's hapless [[DaChief chief]].

chief]] (Edward Platt).

Offered a tremendous number of {{Catch Phrase}}s, largely at the insistence of star Don Adams, who knew they would help make the series succeed. The series ran from September 1965 to September 1970, a total of 138 episodes in five seasons, with the first four airing on NBC Creator/{{NBC}} and the fifth on CBS.
Creator/{{CBS}}.
25th Mar '16 9:41:49 PM JackG
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* SlowDoors: In the final credits Max leaves CONTROL headquarters and all the doors that opened in the TitleSequence slam shut behind him, except the last one. When Max goes to close them manually, they shut on his nose.
12th Mar '16 9:18:42 PM nombretomado
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* CloakAndDagger
* ComedicHero

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* %%* CloakAndDagger
* %%* ComedicHero



* DoggedNiceGuy: Max.

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* %%* DoggedNiceGuy: Max.



* EmergencyImpersonation: "The King Lives?"

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* %%* EmergencyImpersonation: "The King Lives?"
13th Oct '15 12:57:28 AM foxley
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* CircusEpisode: In "The Greatest Spy on Earth", CONTROL sends 86 and 99 into a circus to look for a smuggling operation.
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