Get Smart (1965–1970)
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When Good Fellows Get Together 

KAOS has developed another robot that goes up against Hymie.



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Episode complete credited cast:
#99 (credit only)
Chief (credit only)
Hymie (as Dick Gautier)
Jim Boles ...
Martin Ashe ...
Agent 42
Dr. Harris
Pete Sotos ...
Robert Karvelas ...
Larrabee (as Bob Karvelas)


Hymie's creator, KAOS scientist Dr. Ratton, creates a super robot named Groppo for the soul purpose of destroying Hymie. However, Max, who managed to infiltrate KAOS headquarters, manages to temporarily halt the super robot by stealing his remote control. However, after some modifications, Groppo comes back under KAOS' control and after killing his creator goes on the hunt for Hymie. However, Hymie wants to make friends with Groppo instead of fighting the giant. Max, along with Dr. Harris and agent 42 decide to confront the giant robot. Unfortunately, none of the weapons they use are able to destroy him. Will Hymie change his attitude and fight Groppo and if he does will he be able to destroy him before Groppo destroys him? Written by Brian Washington <>

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18 November 1967 (USA)  »

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This is the only episode in the entire series in which 99 and the Chief do not appear. See more »


Maxwell Smart: I hate to say it, but Hymie is depreciated.
Agent 42: But Hymie is unique.
Maxwell Smart: According to the latest Control blue book, we can trade Hymie even for a 1956 Edsel.
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Robot Monster
20 November 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Mr. Natz (Ted Corsica) and Dr. Ratton (Jim Lowes) were last seen in "Back to the Drawing Board". As the brains behind inventing the KAOS robot Hymie (Dick Gautier), they've caught a lot of hell in KAOS circles when they lost Hymie to CONTROL. So now they've invented a new, more powerful robot named Groppo (wrestler Hard Boiled Haggerty!) to destroy Hymie. Max is worried about his friend and gets CONTROL scientist Dr. Harris (Byron Morrow, who played Agent 37 a few episodes before in "The Spirit is Willing") to refit Hymie and tune him up. Then Max, Harris and Agent 42 (Yes, Ed Platt is still missing in action in this episode and 99 is also nowhere to be found) take Hymie out to a CONTROL ghost town (located across the highway from a real ghost town)to get him used to his new springs and ready to face Groppo. Despite the missing Platt and Feldon, this is a good episode thanks to the script by Gary Clarke and the bravura performance by Gautier. Watch the way he lurches around uncontrollably when he gets his new springs. The cold opening works really well and there's also a nice gag with a slingshot. You will believe he really is a robot. There's a minor "High Noon" parody complete with a "Do Not Forsake Me Oh My darling" sound alike cue as Hymie insists on facing Groppo in the hopes of making a friend.

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