Get Smart (1965–1970)
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Max is investigating a madman who is blowing up high-rise buildings though CONTROL is not sure how he is doing it.



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Episode complete credited cast:
William Chapman ...
Frank Lloyd Joshua
Steve Gravers ...
Louis Quinn ...
Cigarette Girl (as Angelique)
Stacy Keach Sr. ...
Carlson (as Stacy Keach)


Max is investigating a madman who is blowing up high-rise buildings though CONTROL is not sure how he is doing it.

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18 February 1967 (USA)  »

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During a fight scene, Don Adams' stunt double Eddie Hice accidentally connected with a punch and broke Adams' nose. See more »


The German baron is reading the "Kölnische Zeitung". This newspaper was discontinued in 1945. (The brittle and yellowed condition of the copy he is reading shows its age, too). See more »


Carlson: Now, this on the surface appears to be nothing more than an American cheese sandwich. However...
[opens the sandwich]
Maxwell Smart: Are you kidding... a telephone! Why, that's fantastic.
Carlson: Thank you.
Maxwell Smart: Eh, does it come in any other colors?
Carlson: Just basic black. But it does come in different sandwiches: egg salad, peanut butter and an imported liverworst.
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Meet Charlie Watkins
27 October 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

"Get Smart" has given us a lot of very memorable characters: Claw, Harry Hoo, Siegfried, Larabee, Hymie, Agents 13, 44, etc. etc. In this episode we meet agent Charlie Watkins (Angelique) for the first time. A master of disguise from CONTROL west, Max meets him in Las Vegas while on assignment following Frank Lloyd Joshua, a government contractor whose buildings KAOS mysteriously keep blowing up. Watkins is disguised as a beautiful cigarette girl and neither Max nor the audience has any clue she is really a man until he reveals it himself. Angelique, who was so memorable as Shana in the "Star Trek" episode "Gamesters of Triskillion" is funny here and quietly sexy. The stuff with her and Adams works great and Barbara Feldon plays her reaction to Charlie Watkins picture just great.

The rest of the episode, with Max going undercover at a Joshua construction site is just so-so (the sandwich phone is funny but the Adams stunt double is painfully obvious). Charlie Watkins would return in at least one other episode, but thankfully the powers that be at "GS" didn't beat this joke into the ground the way "SNL" tends to do.

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