Get Smart: Season 3, Episode 22

Spy, Spy, Birdie (9 Mar. 1968)

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A man who only wants quiet in the world invents a silent explosive.

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A man who only wants quiet in the world invents a silent explosive.

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The title is from the musical "Bye Bye Birdie" with a book by Michael Stewart, lyrics by Lee Adams, and music by Charles Strouse that opened on Broadway on April 14, 1960 playing at the Martin Beck Theatre, the 54th Street Theatre and then the Shubert for 607 performances. See more »

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Maxwell Smart: I think I'd better have a talk with Mr. Siegfried.
Agent 99: Good thinking, Max, but how are you going to find him?
Maxwell Smart: Very simple, 99, I happen to know that Ludwig will be at the Smithsonian Institute at 9 am on Tuesday.
Chief: Max, who cares about Ludwig, what about Siegfried?
Maxwell Smart: Chief, you don't understand. 'Ludwig' is the KAOS codename for Siegfried and '9 am on Tuesday' is actually 11 am on Thursday.
Chief: [glances at watch] Well it's almost that time now. Max, you'd better get started for the Smithsonian right away.
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