Zach's new girlfriend Jessica invites him to a weekend in her parent's little house on Chesapeake bay. 66 is suspicious and decides to keep an eye on them with Agent 9. Jessica turns out to... See full summary »

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Zach's new girlfriend Jessica invites him to a weekend in her parent's little house on Chesapeake bay. 66 is suspicious and decides to keep an eye on them with Agent 9. Jessica turns out to be Gretchen, the daughter of ex KAOS 5 times employee of the month Siegfried, who wants to lure Maxwell Smart out into the open. Unfortunately Max is prohibited from doing fieldwork by order of the President. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Siegfried's daughter says her father used to tell her he was a doctor on a cruise ship, which was the role that Bernie Kopell played on the The Love Boat (1977) series from 1977 to 1986. See more »

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Siegfried: Tonight, to exact my revenge, I have a nuclear missile aimed directly at one of your major cities.
Chief Maxwell Smart: Which one?
Siegfried: The city that contains your greatest minds and most brilliant thinkers.
Chief Maxwell Smart: Hm. Well, at least Washington is safe.
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Would You Believe...
17 April 2016 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

This is absolutely the BEST episode of this so-so "Get Smart" reboot. Throughout most of this series an aging Don Adams seems to be going through the motions. The humor seems tired and uninspired as too much footage is given to Andy Dick's annoying character. It has all the feeling of a star just in it for a paycheck.

Then this episode came along.

Bernie Kopel is brilliant as Siegfried. It is clear he probably loves this character more than any of his others and he performs with great energy and comic spirit. This seems to awaken Don Adams from his comedy coma. Suddenly his timing and energy comes back to him. Having a funny nemesis like Sigfried provides him with a challenge he proves to be up to. The writing is also particularly crisp in this episode.

If you only see one episode in this reboot series, make it this one. It is the only one anywhere near as clever or funny as the originals.


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