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How Green Was My Valet 

At the Bulmanian Embassy Max and 99 go undercover as servants to recover a missing rocket formula.

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At the Bulmanian Embassy Max and 99 go undercover as servants to recover a missing rocket formula.

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The title is from the film How Green Was My Valley (1941). See more »

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Larabee: We've intercepted a message from the Bulmanian Embassy.
Chief: [stands up] Good work, Larabee, where is it?
Larabee: I swallowed it.
Chief: You what?
Larabee: I had to, I was being followed. But I read it before I swallowed it, Chief.
Chief: Good. What did it say?
Larabee: I don't know, it was in code.
Chief: And you didn't understand it?
Larabee: I could understood part of it, Chief, the part that was written in English.
Chief: And what did that say?
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Glick meets Phillips
7 February 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Jonathan Harris, well known as Dr. Smith on "Lost in Space" guest stars as the Bulmanian ambassador who is trying to send stolen top secret rocket fuel back to his home country. Max and 99 go undercover as valet and maid in this script written by Adam's sister, Gloria Burton (her third, and sadly last TV writing credit).

Harris and Adams co-starred together on "The Bill Dana Show" with Harris playing the hotel manager Mr. Phillips with Adams as the bumbling house detective, Glick. They are clearly having fun in this reunion and have a nice scene where 86 works on getting the ambassador drunk so he can steal the key from around his neck.

It's not as funny as Burton's previous scripts for the series, which were basically excuses for Adams to do his Ronald Coleman impression, but its not bad either. Put this one somewhere in the middle of the "Get Smart" ranking.


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