Get Smart (1965–1970)
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Smartacus 

KAOS is using a steam bath laced with a truth serum to obtain secret information. Max and the Chief investigate the baths while also being completely honest about how they feel about each other.

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Montague Leach
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KAOS is using a steam bath laced with a truth serum to obtain secret information. Max and the Chief investigate the baths while also being completely honest about how they feel about each other.

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27 February 1970 (USA)  »

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The title is a parody of the movie Spartacus (1960). See more »

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Obvious stunt double for Don Adams during gladiator fight. See more »

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Maxwell Smart: Listen, I hope I wasn't out of line with that crack about the big ugly gorilla.
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Spoofs Spartacus (1960) See more »

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Old Gun in the Toupee Trick
9 February 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Half hearted episode has KAOS using a Roman steam bath to get information from unsuspecting politicians. The master villain behind the plan is Montague Leach (Ronald Long, who did such a great job as "Leadside" earlier in the season).

The funniest material again seems to go to co-star Robert Karvelas as Larabee, who is wonderfully deadpan dumb. However, Max does get to do a "the old gun in the toupee trick" line and he also gets to drag out the "I hope I wasn't out of line with that crack about..." bit. But other than a scene where he and the Chief are hiding in a laundry basket trying to make a phone call (to Larabee) they just don't get much in the way of strong material.


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