Get Smart: Season 3
Enjoy one of the best comedies of all time as you help Max and Agent 99 save the world one laugh at a time.
Extra: 2 Hours of Bonus Material
Get Smart is back… and loving it!
Get Smart's unforgettable third season is a must-own collection of quintessential television comedy from start to finish. Includes the Emmy ® Award-winning episode "Maxwell Smart: Private Spy," featuring guest appearances from Joey Bishop, Carol Burnett, Johnny Carson, Don Rickles and many more.
Get Smart: Season 3
26 Episodes on 5 DVDs
The Spy Who Met Himself
The KAOS League of Impostors attempts to take over CONTROL from within by means of replacing agents with lookalike impostors. They even have one of Max.
Max and 99 are sent to a Latin American republic to rescue a President who has been overthrown & imprisoned by a maniacal army general dictator.
Witness for the PersecutionSmart has to testify against a recently captured well-known KAOS agent. With the trial date in two weeks, KAOS tries numerous methods to kill him during that time to make sure he doesn't reach the courthouse. Will Smart outsmart dozens of KAOS Killers?
The Spirit is Willing
Max's informer turns out to be a woman who died before Max could have met her, suggesting that supernatural forces are at work. In order to get enough evidence, Max must attend a séance.
Maxwell Smart, Private Eye
Cutbacks at CONTROL mean part-time work for all of its agents. Max decides to set up shop as a private detective with 99 as his secretary.
After an effective demonstration on the Chief's office, KAOS threatens to use their new supersonic boom machine to destroy New York City. Max and 99 must find where the machine is located, but KAOS has planned a way to confuse and disorient them.
One of Our Olives Is Missing
KAOS has planted a listening device in what appears to be an ordinary olive. The olive, however, is inadvertently consumed by a country and western singing star.
When Good Fellow Get Together
KAOS creates the super-robot Groppo to destroy CONTROL's robot Hymie. Max must help Hymie defend himself, but Hymie may be too "nice" to be willing to use violence.
After recent American rocket launches go awry, Max and 99 masquerade as vacationers to track down the KAOS mastermind behind the sabotage, the evil Dr. Yes.
That Old Gang Of Mine
In London to help the British section of CONTROL, Max assumes the identity of a safecracker named Scar in order to infiltrate a group of thieves known as the Scorpion Gang who plan to steal the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London.
The Mild Ones
A foreign prime minister is kidnapped by a group of surprisingly literate hippie gang members known as the Purple Knights, who see themselves as a modern group of Arthurian Knights of the Round Table who ride motorcycles and speak in Middle Ages slang. Max and 99 must pass as new gang members to save the prime minister.
Max is poisoned by a KAOS agent and has until 1 PM the following day to find the antidote. Special guest star John Fiedler as the KAOS poisoner/fitness expert Mr. Hercules.
The Mysterious Dr. T
A top scientist is being protected by CONTROL but is poisoned during Max's watch. Before dying, he admits he has plagiarized all his major scientific findings from another scientist, the mysterious Dr. T. Neither CONTROL nor KAOS knows who this scientist is, and Max and Siegfried compete to discover the scientist's identity...which turns out to be quite a surprising discovery!
The King Lives
Max poses as the King of Coronia, a person whom he strongly physically resembles, in order to uncover the party behind an assassination attempt made against the King shortly before his coronation.
The Groovy Guru
A hippie disk jockey called the Groovy Guru (played by guest star Larry Storch) seeks to control the minds of teenagers through his radio show.
The Little Black Book, Part I
Max's army buddy Sid (played by guest star Don Rickles) is in town to visit, but Max is involved in a case. Sid discovers a "black book" full of women's names, and assumes it is a list of women Max knows socially. It is in fact a list of KAOS code names, and when Sid uses the black book to make a phone call, he inadvertently involves both of them in a web of intrigue.
The Little Black Book, Part II
Having found out that Max is a spy, Sid joins him in his search for the black book and the infamous Maestro, a top KAOS assassin.
Don't Look Back
In this parody of The Fugitive, Max gets framed by KAOS and must escape from the police and prove his innocence.
99 Loses CONTROL
99 resigns from CONTROL to accept a marriage proposal from Victor Royal, played by Jacques Bergerac, owner of an international casino. Max follows 99 to the casino, out of jealousy. But Royal is actually, on top of it all, a KAOS agent.
The Wax Max
An amusement park attendant inadvertently gives Max and 99 a kewpie doll at a shooting gallery game. The doll is really a way for KAOS to smuggle plutonium out of the country. Shortly after, KAOS finds out and hunts down 86 and 99 at the park, ultimately leading them to the evil Waxman, a villain who turns his victims into wax statues. Will Max and 99 become permanent wax statues?
Run, Robot, Run
Hymie must compete for the Free World in an athletic event against competitors from the Iron Curtain countries, after KAOS does what it can to fix things. The KAOS agents Mr. Sneed and Mrs. Neal (parodies of John Steed and Emma Peel from The Avengers) must stop Hymie at all costs.
A magazine writer is doing a story on CONTROL. This article could make CONTROL look good, which would mean more approprations from the federal government. A bad review could put CONTROL out of business, which would help KAOS advance their evil plans without resistance. To try to influence this outcome, KAOS plots to do what it can to make Max look even more stupid, inept, clueless and ridiculous than usual.
Spy, Spy, Birdie
A man who hates noise devises a silent explosive. Finding both CONTROL and KAOS unwilling to back his agenda, he turns the silent explosive on both spy organizations. Max and Siegfried must team up to oppose the man. But can Max trust Siegfried not to act in a self-interested way?
The Hot Line
A KAOS voice impersonator (John Byner) fires The Chief over the phone while pretending to be President Johnson. Max becomes the new Chief; The Chief reverts to his old status as Agent Q, and realizes he can only save his old job by discovering the location of a KAOS communications center. The title refers to telephone connection between the White House and the Kremlin set up after the Cuban Missile Crisis that almost caused nuclear war.
This episode has Max teaming up with a CONTROL agent named Samuels to pose as a ping-pong champ in a tournament in Istanbul in order to defeat ACB, the "third spy network" (a parody of the ABC television network).
The Reluctant Redhead
CONTROL has discovered that a writer of children's books named Mimsi Sage strongly resembles the deceased wife of a man named Kinsey Krispin (Cesar Romero) with a list of KAOS informers that CONTROL would very much like to have. Max trains Mimsi to pretend to be the deceased wife; no easy task, as this requires the mousy writer to act like the jet-setting Mrs. Amanda Krispin.