Get Smart (1965–1970)
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Hello, Columbus - Goodbye, America 

Gino is Christopher Columbus's direct descendant and legally owns the Americas. Max has to keep him out of KAOS's hands until he hands over the land rights to the President.

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Victor Borgia (as Oscar Beregi)
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Gino is Christopher Columbus's direct descendant and legally owns the Americas. Max has to keep him out of KAOS's hands until he hands over the land rights to the President.

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The title comes from the movie Goodbye, Columbus (1969). See more »

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Victor Borgia: My name is Borgia.
Maxwell Smart: Borgia! Of course! You're the man who poisoned 23 people and a pair of parakeets.
Victor Borgia: No Mr. Smart.
Maxwell Smart: 23 parakeets and a pair of people?
Victor Borgia: I am Borgia of KAOS.
Maxwell Smart: Ok, I'll accept that, but don't expect to have a drink with my bird.
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Spoofs Goodbye, Columbus (1969) See more »

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Good episode
26 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

Oscar Beregi Jr. does very good work as the villain of the episode. He appears on three different Get Smart-episodes and this is definitely his best role on the show. He has his own style of acting and it's nice to watch that.

It is also nice to see Don Adams and his Italian accent. That kind of comedy never gets old.

Although it does not make much sense that the KAOS agents do not realize that Maxwell Smart is not the real Gino Columbus, I think it's safe to say that a comedy show like Get Smart does not have to make that much sense to still be good.


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