Get Smart: Season 5, Episode 14

Moonlighting Becomes You (2 Jan. 1970)

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Max and 99 join a radio show that is really a KAOS communications front. The Chief is worried that Max's characteristics are rubbing off on 99 since they now live together.

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Ron Husmann ...
Rodger Hammerstein
Maudie Prickett ...
Naomi Hickenlooper
Billy Bletcher ...
Frank Ogg
Allen Joseph ...
Windy Vasquez
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Robert Karvelas ...
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Hannibal Day
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Max and 99 join a radio show that is really a KAOS communications front. The Chief is worried that Max's characteristics are rubbing off on 99 since they now live together.

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The title comes from the song 'Moonlight Becomes You' composed by Jimmy Van Heusen with lyrics by Johnny Burke. See more »

Goofs

Hannibal Day accuses Ms. Hickenlooper (the organ player) of playing a major seventh (M7 or Maj7) chord in the closing theme "last night." This is presumably when Max, the Chief, and 99 are listening to it in Max's apartment. There is no audible major seventh chord in the closing theme. See more »

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Rodger Hammerstein: Vasquez is dead.
Naomi Hickenlooper: Shall I play something?
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