Get Smart (1965–1970)
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One Nation Invisible 

A scientist who shows up at Max's apartment invisible. When she finally appears she is a beautiful woman that 99 catches Max with.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Dr. Canyon
Eddie Ryder ...
Vacuum Salesman
Ed Kovens ...
Moorpark (as Edward Kovens)
Patricia Ann Conway ...
Operator (as Patti Conway)


A scientist who shows up at Max's apartment invisible. When she finally appears she is a beautiful woman that 99 catches Max with.

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28 December 1968 (USA)  »

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The title is from a line in the American Pledge of Allegiance, "One nation indivisible." See more »


Throughout the episode there are many goofs with the wires used to make the doctor seem invisible, but one stands out. As Max and the Doctor are leaving the bar, the wires used to make the glass pour itself are clearly visible and it almost looks like they didn't even try to remove them. You can also clearly see the wires that make the beads and chair move as well. See more »


Chief: Who is the one person who could penetrate KAOS headquarters, get the Ginsburg papers and slip out without being noticed?
Maxwell Smart: [slams his hand with gum stuck to it on the Chief's desk] The vice-president!
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I'm Looking Through You
25 July 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

So so episode by Turner and Mitchell has beautiful KAOS scientist Dr. Canyon (lovely Lyn Peters, last seen in "Get Smart" as Mrs. Neal in their "Avengers" parody) invent an invisibility spray and defect to CONTROL. The first half of the episode is kind of a bedroom farce with Max afraid 99 will discover him with the invisible (and unconscious) Dr. Canyon and get the wrong idea, while the second half of the episode Max uses the invisibility spray to infiltrate KAOS and get the Ginsberg papers before KAOS can send them out of the country.

The whole episode seems a bit forced and uneven. While Admas gets to do a number of nice slapstick bits (a neat fall and bounce back, a bit with a cigarette lighter), his character is once again written as stupid rather than a bumbler. This is a frequent season four/five mistake. The scene where Max confronts Woodman and Moorpark thinking he's invisible when he's not should have been much funnier than it is.

The series eventually rediscovered itself and its rhythm later in the season, but at this point, they were merely hitting singles than home runs.

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