Get Smart (1965–1970)
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And Only Two Ninety-Nine 

KAOS kidnaps Mrs. Smart (99) and replaces her with an exact duplicate that is feeding Max poison bit by bit.

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KAOS kidnaps Mrs. Smart (99) and replaces her with an exact duplicate that is feeding Max poison bit by bit.

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When "Sonya" uses her real voice, it is provided by June Foray, the voice of Natasha Fatale in the Bullwinkle Show. See more »

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Max says that he has to be at work "early this morning", but when 99 is sitting on his lap trying to persuade him to eat the big breakfast she made, you can clearly see that her watch reads 11:15. See more »

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Chief: Max! Are you sure you're alright? I mean you've fallen down twice in less that a minute. Even for you that's a lot.
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Missed it by THAT much!
7 February 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Barbra Feldon finally gets to do something after a season of more or less playing mom to the twins. She plays a dual role as 99 and as KAOS lookalike Sonja, who plans to replace 99 then poison Max and frame her for the murder. Why KAOS doesn't just shoot 99 while they have her prisoner and kill Max while he thinks Sonja is his wife is left unanswered.

Despite the strange logic of the situation, the main thing is the script is very funny and the direction by Adams is again crisp and well done. Robert Karvelas gets even more moments than usual in this one, as the one spy even dumber than Max. Adams even delivers a line about how many people have asked if they're related (played for a joke here, but Karvelas was his real-life brother in law). H.M. Wynant returns to the series as bad guy Melnick Archer after playing a KAOS club owner in "Pussycat Galore" in 1967.


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