History YMMV / GetSmart

13th Sep '17 4:49:11 PM nombretomado
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--->[[AppleMacintosh "I say 'apple,' you say 'Macintosh.'"]]

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--->[[AppleMacintosh --->[[UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh "I say 'apple,' you say 'Macintosh.'"]]
5th Sep '17 12:32:34 PM glickmam
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** King Moody also had a recurring role as Siegfried's chief henchman, Shtarker. Moody is also best known as one of the many actors who played Ronald McDonald for UsefulNotes/McDonalds.

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** King Moody also had a recurring role as Siegfried's chief henchman, Shtarker. Moody is also best known as one of the many actors who played Ronald McDonald [=McDonald=] for UsefulNotes/McDonalds.
5th Sep '17 12:32:11 PM glickmam
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** Don Adams apparently had a knack for playing [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget bumbling secret agents]].
** [[Series/TheTonightShow Johnny Carson]] plays a train conductor in "Aboard the Orient Express" and later a servant in "The King Lives?" His brother, Dick Carson, also directed an episode.
** Creator/LeonardNimoy appeared as a hitman in one episode.

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** Don Adams apparently (Maxwell Smart) is also best known for voicing the title character in ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget''.
** Victor French
had a knack recurring role as Agent 44, Agent 13's predecessor. French is best known for playing [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget bumbling secret agents]].
** [[Series/TheTonightShow Johnny Carson]] plays a train conductor in "Aboard the Orient Express"
Mark Gordon on ''Series/HighwayToHeaven'' and later Isaiah Edwards on ''Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie''.
** Al Molinaro also had
a servant in "The recurring role as a different Agent 44, Agent 13's replacement. Molinaro is best known for playing Al Delvecchio on ''Series/HappyDays'' and Officer Murray Greshler on ''Theatre/TheOddCouple''.
** Bernie Kopell also had a recurring role as primary KAOS villain Siegfried. Kopell is best known for playing Dr. Adam Bricker on ''Series/TheLoveBoat''.
**
King Lives?" His brother, Dick Carson, Moody also directed an episode.
** Creator/LeonardNimoy appeared
had a recurring role as a hitman in Siegfried's chief henchman, Shtarker. Moody is also best known as one episode.of the many actors who played Ronald McDonald for UsefulNotes/McDonalds.
6th Aug '17 3:24:08 PM glickmam
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** Howard Morris directed the pilot episode. Morris is best known for voicing Hamburglar and Mayor McCheese for UsefulNotes/McDonalds, Carl Sweetchuck and The Professor in ''WesternAnimation/PoliceAcademyTheAnimatedSeries'', and Wade Duck in ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends''.

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** Howard Morris directed the pilot episode. Morris is best known for voicing Hamburglar and Mayor McCheese [=McCheese=] for UsefulNotes/McDonalds, Carl Sweetchuck and The Professor in ''WesternAnimation/PoliceAcademyTheAnimatedSeries'', and Wade Duck in ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends''.
6th Aug '17 3:23:36 PM glickmam
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** Howard Morris directed the pilot episode. Morris is best known for voicing Gopher in ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' and Wade Duck in ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends''.

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** Howard Morris directed the pilot episode. Morris is best known for voicing Gopher Hamburglar and Mayor McCheese for UsefulNotes/McDonalds, Carl Sweetchuck and The Professor in ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' ''WesternAnimation/PoliceAcademyTheAnimatedSeries'', and Wade Duck in ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends''.
6th Aug '17 3:10:32 PM glickmam
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** Howard Morris directed an episode. Morris is best known for voicing Gopher in ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' and Wade Duck in ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends''.

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** Howard Morris directed an the pilot episode. Morris is best known for voicing Gopher in ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' and Wade Duck in ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends''.
28th Apr '17 5:22:35 PM glickmam
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** Don Adams apparently had a knack for playing [[InspectorGadget bumbling secret agents]].

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** Don Adams apparently had a knack for playing [[InspectorGadget [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget bumbling secret agents]].
2nd Apr '17 6:08:42 PM Schroeder1174
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** Don Adams apparently had a knack for playing [[InspectorGadget bubbling secret agents]].

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** Don Adams apparently had a knack for playing [[InspectorGadget bubbling bumbling secret agents]].
28th Jan '17 8:15:24 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Happens in-universe in the Season 1 episode "Aboard the Orient Express." Max protests against the Chief sending 99 on a dangerous assignment to deliver a briefcase. After hearing the Chief tell her how only the agent receiving the case has the key to open the handcuffs, Max ends up handcuffing the briefcase to his own wrist. Was this just Max making one of his usual ditzy mistakes, or was it, as 99 assumes, a deliberate ploy to protect her by making sure he would have to make the delivery instead of her? The "Hmmm..." look he gets in his eyes right before picking up the handcuffs suggests she may be right.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Happens in-universe in the Season 1 episode "Aboard the Orient Express." Max protests against the Chief sending 99 on a dangerous assignment to deliver a briefcase. After hearing the Chief tell her how only the agent receiving the case has the key to open the handcuffs, Max ends up handcuffing the briefcase to his own wrist. Was this just Max making one of his usual ditzy mistakes, or was it, as 99 assumes, a deliberate ploy to protect her by making sure he would have to make the delivery instead of her? The "Hmmm..." look he gets in his eyes right before picking up the handcuffs suggests she may be right.
8th Dec '16 11:42:45 AM RLYoshi
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: In the series, Agent 13 (the agent who's always hiding inside objects or behind hidden panels to help Max). He complains about his cramped quarters almost every time he appears, and is occasionally the subject of InnocentlyInsensitive jabs from Max, in a comedic attempt to draw sympathy from viewers. However, he frequently indulges in BeAsUnhelpfulAsPossible, taking forever to give the necessary information due to his complaining, trying to extort money from Max, and almost never even provides any actual useful information. His predecessor, Agent 44, averted this.
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