Get Smart (1965–1970)
Feature-version of the TV show
Maxwell Smart is the host
Pat Harrington Jr plays a spy named B Wise. His voice, character, name and arsenal of gadgets (including a shoe gun - well the phone hadn't been invented yet) are parodies of Don Adam's signature role of Maxwell Smart in the spy spoof series Get Smart made around the same time as F Troop.
Micky Dolenz does an imitation of Maxwell Smart
Micky does his Don Adams/ Maxwell Smart impression
Gilligan says, "Sorry about that, Chief."
referenced by Micky several times
Mike uses a shoephone like Maxwell Smart's
graffiti visible on men's room wall: Agent 99 is only 26
Mentioned in a conversation.
Ponch uses Maxwell Smart's catchphrase when he says, "The old perfume in the squirt gun trick!"
Don Adams narrates in the manner of his character, Maxwell Smart
Ralph says 'The old flashing headlight routine'
Giacomo utters a variation on the line 'Missed it by that much'
David Huddleston uses a shoe phone like Maxwell Smart
Referenced during A Roy Orbison Christmas
When Sledge goes to see Kurt Kruggle the motel room numbers 86 and 99 are shown together.
The main characters quotes Maxwell Smart's oft-used line, "Missed it by that much!"
a Maxwell Smart imitator is heard as an obscene phone caller
Scrooge says, "Missed it by *that* much!"
Frankie sarcastically refers to herself as "Agent 99."
Joel: "Sounds like music from 'Get Smart'"
The Get Smart theme is played when Sigge, Alex and Teo meet Einar for the first time.
the powerplant doors that open up in different forms
Joel: "Doesn't he look like the head of CHAOS, Bernie Kopell?"
"That's the second biggest __ I ever saw!"
Gonzo and Fozzie mention Maxwell Smart's catchphrase 'the old ... gag' several times
referenced as part of Joel & the Bots' comments
Servo: "Meanwhile, in a Barbara Feldon movie..." Crow (as Don Adams): "Would you believe Barbara Eden?"
Tom: "Hey, it's 'Get Smart'!"
Al says he watched this show on TV while Kelly was conceived.
"I hear they're filming Get Smart on this"
Crow:This is the same guy that wrote the Get Smart Music
Tom (as a character looks at a shoe): "If I'm not mistaken, there's a phone . . ."
Crow (as Maxwell Smart): "Good thinking, 99!"
referenced by Tom
When using the Talk icon on the wastebasket in the Arcade store, it says "Max, is that you? Agent 99?".
Crow, Joel, and Tom hum the theme song.
Joel and Tom hum the theme music.
Tom: "Max and 99 should be here by now."
Hank mentioned the cone of silence
A caller brings up Get Smart and asks about 99's real name
Joel: "What's with the 'Get Smart' music?"
The riffers sing the theme over a shot of a long hallway.
"Who was their Chief?" Crow: Edward Platt?
Maxwell mentions the Cone of Silence.
Crow (as Don Adams): "Hymie!" Servo (as Dick Gautier): "I like being on a stakeout with you, Max."
"Cone of silence" mentioned
The sequence of doors near the end of the level is a reference to the opening of Get Smart
George Thomas refers to the members of Majestic 12 as "Maxwells" in reference to Maxwell Smart.
When Sabrina and Salem are talking on the phone, he concludes with "And be careful 99", referencing Barbara Feldon's character from "Get Smart".
Servo: Sounds like Max and 99 should be sneaking around outside.
Sam: "Dad, it's the Get Smart movie."
Mentioned during Emmy ceremony
Mic tries dressing like a stereotypical spy, and Mac says he looks like Maxwell Smart
Eric decides to watch the show while Donna is on a date with Fez.
In Comic Book Guy's vision of heaven, Agent 99 wants to make out with him.
This show is discussed during the Regis Philbin interview.
C.J. refers to Donovan as "Agent 99"
Joe says to Sara, "Nice work, 99".
When landing in Cuba instead of Florida, Pretty Boy utters the famous Maxwell Smart line "Missed it by that much!"
A lunchbox featuring Get Smart is shown.
Jaye mentions the Cone of Silence
Luthor's hideout's lengthy corridor is full of sliding doors.
An interviewee refers to Maxwell Smart.
It's mentioned that Inspector Gadget was based on this show.
An interviewee refers to Maxwell Smart.
Colin compares Rory and Logan to Agent 99 and Maxwell Smart.
the show is discussed
Mike mentions the Cone of Silence when talking to Cooper.
publicity still shown
mentioned many times
The three vehicles used in the original TV series opening are all in Max's escape scene. They are 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mark I, Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Convertible, and 1969 Opel GT. Also, driving the Open GT is Bernie Kopell, who played Siegfried in the series.
The theme plays as Calvin answers the shoe phone.
Red Symons and Ana Andre dance their Foxtrot to the theme from this title.
Contestant recalls watching the series while answering a question about the film
Skipper says "That's the second biggest slingshot I've ever seen", one of Maxwell Smart's catchphrases.
Subject of an $8,000 question
when sydney wants to talk in private he says thats hes going to put down the cone of silence
Hurley says "I heard coffee is bad for you, but this is ridiculous!" This is one of Maxwell Smart's quotes from the series. "I've heard of ________ but this is ridiculous!"
Doing an impersonation of Don Adams, Pete says to Myka, "Ninety-nine, would you believe the credenza?"
Riley refers to Leon as Agent 13. Leon doesn't get the reference then Rily mentions the show by name.
"cone of silence"
Nick Bracks and Jessica Raffa dance their Tango to the theme from Get Smart.
One of the autobots says: - Missed it by THAT much!
Barbara Feldon's role as Agent 99 mentioned
Archer says, "missed it by that much" and holds his fingers apart like Max. He also imitates Max' voice on "that much".
Mentioned by Mike.
"cone of silence" mentioned
Indicating she wants secrecy, MacKenzie McHale mistakenly refers to the Cone Of Silence as the Dome Of Silence.
After Shane & Andrew see Paul & Steve find a taxi to take them to the Fast Forward, they say "Missed it by that much".
Professor Farnsworth says, "missed it by that much" and holds up his fingers just like Max.
Jaywalking participant says he would like to see the show revived
JJ mentions that she needs a "cone of silence" for her house when Henry eavesdrops on an adult conversation she had with Will.
Holmes obliquely refers to this show when he says, "Are you familiar with the concept of invisible ink? ... I know precisely how ridiculous it sounds - you might as well have a phone in your shoe."
"cone of silence" mentioned
a still from the show appears during Kenneth's closing song
Clue in category 1960's Television
Ted mentions the show by name.
Talked about by Mike.
Mike mentions Maxwell Smart.
When Glen tells Penny that he believes she's a secret agent, she takes off her shoe and pretends it's a telephone.
"Cone of Silence" mentioned
Features brief clip from opening titles
Mentioned in film.
shows it when talking about Get Smart
When Arthur escorts Harry to his hearing, they enter the Ministry througha phone booth. The same way Maxwell Smart enter Control Headquarters bin the opening sequence of the 1965-1970 series
Clips of this show are featured during 'The Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Clips shown in a segment on Maxwell Smart and 99.
An hilarious send-up of Get Smart, with Pat Harrington doing a masterful impression of Don Adams.
shoe brush phone
Haney pitches a shoe phone with the dial in heel like the one Maxwell Smart uses.
zombie playing with shoe phone
Porn take-off of 1960's TV series spoofing spy shows.
SPY Fox is a spoof of Maxwell Smart
Spoofed in the couch gag
Title scene mimics Get Smart title scene (including music) with Homer as Maxwell Smart, although the doors close differently.
Jack mimics to Isabel to call him by holding up his shoe as a telephone reciever, a reference to Maxwell Smart's shoe phone. However, then he waves away the foul smell of sweat from the shoe.
When Tisnewski goes through the security door, he whistles a passage from the theme from Get Smart - a reference to the corridor full of heavy doors that Max Smart goes through during the opening and closing credits.
The opening skit includes the cast appearing in a parody of Get Smart.
the "Chamber of Understanding" is a parody of the "Cone of Silence"
In one scene, Dudley is walking down the hallway that opens the doors automatically.