Get Smart: Season 2, Episode 20

The Girls from KAOS (11 Feb. 1967)

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Max is assigned to protect the winner of the Miss USA contest.

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Agent 99 (credit only)
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Tisha Sterling ...
Miss U.S.A.
Valerie Hawkins ...
Miss Transmania
Sidney Clute ...
Transmanian Chaperone
Virginia Ann Lee ...
Miss Formosa (as Virginia Lee)
Stacy Keach Sr. ...
Carlson (as Stacy Keach)
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Max is assigned to protect the winner of the Miss USA contest.

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The title is from the TV series The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. (1966) starring Stephanie Powers. See more »

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Maxwell Smart: Tisha, there's an organization of shrewd determined men who've been trying to get control of this country for a number of years. Perhaps you've heard of them?
Miss U.S.A.: Oh, you mean the Republicans?
Chief: No. We mean KAOS.
Miss U.S.A.: KAOS?
Maxwell Smart: Yes. a monstrous organization of evil, dedicated to the destruction of the free world and the systematic subjugation of every man, woman and child on this planet.
Miss U.S.A.: Oh, my daddy wouldn't work for them, he hates to see children subjugated.
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Code Sixteen!
21 October 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

A beautiful blonde in a trench coat runs through the dark streets in the middle of the night. Someone is after her. Desperate, she runs into a building and pounds on the door looking for help. Max lets her in and discovers she's Miss USA (Tisha Sterling, well cast). She's the daughter of famous American scientist Herman Heinschmidt and was told to come to Max if she was in trouble. Max comforts the beautiful blonde and calls in a Code 16 to CONTROL, leading to a great joke. See Max said Code 16, but meant a code 19...

After this great opening, the show settles down a bit as Max is assigned to guard Miss USA and accompany her to the beauty contest, where one of the contestants may be a KAOS spy. The contestants include Miss Tansmania (Valerie Hawkins, who had a surprisingly short career. She's pretty good here.) and Miss Formosa (Virginia Ann Lee, who later played Miss Hong Kong in "The Odd Couple")which leads to a nice parody of the conflict between Russian style communism and Chinese style communism.

There's a pretty funny darkroom bit that is predictable yet is played just perfectly. The show ends with a reprise of the Code 16 joke.

Although a bit flat in the middle (in their hotel room, Max has the beauty contestant search her room for a listening device without giving her any instruction on what to look for) and they do not take proper use of 99's absence to give Max a romantic interest, this is a pretty darn enjoyable episode.


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