Get Smart: Season 1, Episode 2

Diplomat's Daughter (25 Sep. 1965)

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While protecting a diplomat's daughter, Smart tangles with the KAOS agent The Claw.



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While protecting a diplomat's daughter, Smart tangles with the KAOS agent The Claw.

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The Claw: Have you ever heard of the Chinese bamboo stalks under the finger nails torture?
Maxwell Smart: No, sounds pretty good, how does it work?
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Referenced in Get Smart (2008) See more »

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Great episode
19 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just saw this episode for the first time on DVD and it was hilarious. I used to watch this show as a kid and liked it, but I appreciate it all the more now that I am older.

This show has just the right balance of seriousness and silliness. Much of the fun comes from the 'straight' way Don Adams usually plays the character. Also, for a 1965 TV episode, this one handled Asians surprisingly well. Max mispronounces the villain's name as "Craw", not because he's mocking him, but because he's too dumb to know better!

Max has just the right combination of dumb luck (like accidentally shooting a would-be assassin) and occasional cleverness (figuring out how to stop the Claw at the end) to make him truly endearing. Barbara Feldon is also wonderfully sexy and engaging as 99.

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