Maxwell Smart, now Chief of Control, has to deal with his own bumbling secret agent, his son Zach.
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 Chief Maxwell Smart (7 episodes, 1995)
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 Zach Smart (7 episodes, 1995)
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 Agent 66 (7 episodes, 1995)
Heather Morgan ...
 Trudy (5 episodes, 1995)
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 99 (5 episodes, 1995)
Marcia Mitzman Gaven ...
 the Kaos Chairwoman (4 episodes, 1995)
Gabrielle Boni ...
 Agent 9 (2 episodes, 1995)
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Don Adams and Barbara Feldon reprise their roles as Maxwell Smart and Agent 99, but this time they have a little help from their son and newly-minted spy, Zach, and his brilliant, sexy partner Agent 66. Max is now the Chief of Control and 99 is now a Congresswoman in charge of Control's budget. Together, they must struggle to keep arch-rival KAOS from gaining world domination. Written by Bai

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Don Adams and Barbara Feldon are together again... in all-new episodes of the comedy series that made television history! See more »


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When this series aired on Fox, it was only the second time a live-action TV series had aired on four different mainstream TV networks (the first was Tom Corbett, Space Cadet (1950)). The original series seasons 1-4 aired on NBC, season 5 aired on CBS, the 1989 reunion movie Get Smart, Again! (1989) aired on ABC, and this new series, as previously mentioned, aired on Fox. Since then, no other live-action television series has accomplished this feat. See more »

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The vending machine is obviously drawn into the opening credits. See more »

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Follows The Nude Bomb (1980) See more »

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Sorry, Chief. . .Not This Time
14 December 2000 | by (Chicago, USA) – See all my reviews

As other commentors have pointed out, the best episode of this revised series was the one that pitted long time enemies Max and Siegfried against each other. They were perfect rivals in the original series, and Adams and Kopell did not disappoint here. I could never get into Andy Dick as Max and 99's son; besides, he had made some disparaging comments about the show while it was still on which didn't strike me as being very smart. I liked the idea of Max being the head of CONTROL, and his secretary was very funny. Too bad the show focused on his son. I liked Agent 66, but she didn't have much to play off of dealing with the Andy Dick character.


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