Maxwell Smart, now Chief of Control, has to deal with his own bumbling secret agent, his son Zach.
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Complete series cast summary:
...  Chief Maxwell Smart 7 episodes, 1995
...  Zach Smart 7 episodes, 1995
...  Agent 66 7 episodes, 1995
...  Trudy 5 episodes, 1995
...  99 5 episodes, 1995
Marcia Mitzman Gaven ...  the Kaos Chairwoman 4 episodes, 1995
...  Agent 9 2 episodes, 1995
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Don Adams and Barbara Feldon reprise their roles as Maxwell Smart and Agent 99, but this time they have a little help from their son and newly-minted spy, Zach, and his brilliant, sexy partner Agent 66. Max is now the Chief of Control and 99 is now a Congresswoman in charge of Control's budget. Together, they must struggle to keep arch-rival KAOS from gaining world domination. Written by Bai

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This springtime replacement series was essentially canceled before its first episode even aired. A Fox executive let it slip that the network had no plans of picking the series up after its initial run. See more »

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The vending machine is obviously drawn into the opening credits. See more »

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Follows Get Smart (1965) See more »

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A Crying Shame
30 July 2001 | by See all my reviews

With Pierce Brosnan rejuvenating the James Bond franchise, the time was ripe to bring back the greatest spy parody ever, _Get Smart_. And personally, I think the series would have worked if the lead character had been a suave but wimpy wannabe like Brosnan's Steele character was in the first couple of seasons on that show. This would have been a great contrast to the character of Maxwell Smart, who had the ability, just not the brains.

Instead, what we got was Andy Dick playing a character who had neither the brains nor the ability. His character was simply childish and annoying, leaving it completely in the hands of the writers to make the show funny. Sometimes they delivered; far more often they did not. I'm glad the show was put out of its misery quickly, and I'm equally glad we got to see Max and Siegfried square off one last time before that happened.


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