Max and Fang investigate an animal spa where other agents' dogs killed them after visiting it.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Beastmaster (as Oscar Beregi)
Frank De Vol ...
Carleton (as Frank DeVol)
KAOS Agent
Logan Field ...
Agent 73


Max and Fang investigate an animal spa where other agents' dogs killed them after visiting it.

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26 February 1966 (USA)  »

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After KAOS agents have chained Max and 99 to the wall at the animal hospital, Max inexplicably loses the black leather glove on his left hand (at around 18 minutes). He soon regains it (at around 18 minutes, 30 seconds), but then loses it again (at around 21 minutes) for the rest of the episode. See more »


Beastmaster: Welcome Maxwell Smart. You are no match for the brilliance of KAOS. You have fallen into our very clever trap.
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Doin' that Fang You Do
21 September 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Okay episode has Max and 99 concerned about secret agent dog K-13, Fang (Red). Since he's been pulled from field duty and assigned a desk job, he's dull and listless. He won't eat and shows no energy. So Smart gets the Chief to assign Fang to infiltrate a KAOS kennel where they have been training dogs to turn on top US officials (Maybe they got the idea for "They Only Kill Their Masters" from this!).

There are some mild comedy moments in this episode, but for the most part, it doesn't really come to life like some of the better shows. There does seem to be a lot of filler in this one (the bee in the cone of silence for example). There is a nice moment when Max goes through his "Would you believe..." routine about busting out of his chains. For the only time I can remember the KAOS villain (Oscar Beregi Jr.) is actually amused by Smart's "would you believe"!

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