Get Smart (1965–1970)
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The Last One in Is a Rotten Spy 

Max must retrieve something from a member of the Russian women's swim team, but can't remember her name.

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Verna
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Vana
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Nina
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Max must retrieve something from a member of the Russian women's swim team, but can't remember her name.

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The title is based on the childhood expression taunting the slowest of the group: The last one in is a rotten egg! See more »

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Just before Greco (John Milford) pursues Max into the pool at the climax, his Russian accent slips with the line, "To get Smart." See more »

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Chief: [Max just dove into a pool to retrieve a bottle which turns out to be empty] Sorry about that, Max.
Maxwell Smart: Well, that's all right, Chief. It wasn't a complete waste of time. This is a deposit bottle. I can get a nickel back on it.
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References Thunderball (1965) See more »

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Thunderpool
6 June 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Season one ends on a bit of a disappointment, although its clear they spent some money on this episode, which includes underwater photography, a lot of outdoor shooting and 4 bathing beauties.

Max gets a mysterious phone call from a member of the Russian swim team. After a funny sequence in which he can't find a pencil, he tries to memorize her name, only to discover ALL the girls on the Russian swim team have similar names. The girl has a list of enemy agents she is determined to get Smart, but Max accidentally eats the list--twice! While not as funny as some of the very best episodes (maybe I'm just not a big fan of Alice Ghostly, who plays the chaperon and coach of the swim team, I don't know) it still manages to be amusing and the use of a spear gun adds some nice jeopardy to the action.

The script includes both a "would you believe?" and "And Loving It!".


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