Get Smart: Season 2

Get Smart: Season 2

Get Smart: Season 2

Enjoy one of the best comedies of all time as you help Max and Agent 99 save the world one laugh at a time

Enjoy one of the best comedies of all time as you help Max and Agent 99 save the world one laugh at a time
30 Episodes on 5 DVDs

Extra: two hours of bonus material

$39.99 $29.99

Would you believe…? The madcap adventures of Get Smart are back!

The laughter continues with the second season of Get Smart. You'll get all 30 episodes from the hit second season on 5 DVDs, plus almost 2 hours of bonus footage and features. This classically funny set also includes the hilarious spy parody "Bronzefinger," and the three-part comic masterpiece, "A Man Called Smart."  

Disc 1

  • Anatomy of a Lover

    KAOS reprograms Hymie to murder the Chief. After Max foils the attempt, and unable to go through with dismantling him, he hides Hymie in his apartment. Posing as Max's cousin, Hymie meets the Chief's niece who immediately becomes smitten with the robot. KAOS again reprograms Hymie, and this time, he's out to kill Max! 

  • Strike While the Agent Is Hot

    A CONTROL agent contacting Max is shot on duty. Before he dies, he puts Max in charge of the "Spy's Guild" labor negotiations. 

  • A Spy For a Spy

    The Chief is kidnapped by KAOS Vice President of Public Relations and Terror, Siegfried (Bernie Kopell, in his first appearance in this recurring role). Max retaliates by kidnapping KAOS's top assassin. After this, a war of kidnappings takes place, which culminates in Max and Siegfried being the only ones who haven't been kidnapped. 
  • The Only Way to Die

    After Max is almost killed by KAOS agents Perry and Carter, the Chief arranges to fake his death to everyone so they can use information Max has in order to discover the identity of "The Blaster," a KAOS agent who each year blows up a national monument in Washington D.C. 

  • Maxwell Smart, Alias Jimmy Ballantine

    Max has to impersonate a safe cracker named Jimmy Ballantine, a recently released convict. CONTROL makes KAOS believe Ballantine's face was burned, allowing Max to have his face wrapped in bandages so KAOS won't recognize him. CONTROL believes the barber shop rendez-vous point is a KAOS front. 99 poses as a manicurist & Agent 13 is in the towel steamer. The KAOS agents want Max to open the vault of a federal reserve bank. 99 doesn't know which one, so the Chief has all the banks vaults left unlocked. Max opens the vault, KAOS guys are removing the money & plan to kill Max, when he gets the drop on them & their plan backfires. 99 & the Chief arrive & Max accidentally locks the Chief in the vault. A spoof of Alias Jimmy Valentine. 

  • Casablanca

    The Choker kills the man Max was protecting. After the Chief orders him to go on vacation, Max decides instead to pursue the Choker to Casablanca. 

  • The Decoy

    CONTROL makes KAOS believe that Max is carrying a secret code. Max is captured by KAOS, subjecting him to their truth serum. 

  • Hoo Done It

    Max and Harry Hoo try to solve a murder of an agent in a tropical hotel. This is a parody of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None". 

Disc 2

  • Rub-a-Dub-Dub... Three Spies in a Sub

    Max and Agent 99 go on a dangerous mission to destroy a KAOS computer on an island. However, they are captured by a KAOS sub commanded by Siegfried. 

  • The Greatest Spy on Earth

    Max and Agent 99 go undercover to a circus in order to find a KAOS smuggling ring. Special guest star Paul Dooley, and with a notable performance by Mickey Manners as the half man/half woman Gertrude/Gerald. 

  • Island of the Darned

    86 and 99 are stranded on a KAOS-controlled island where they must fight for their lives. Special guest star Harold Gould as the man-hunting sociopath Hans Hunter. The episode is a spoof of The Most Dangerous Game. 

  • Bronzefinger

    Max has to learn about art in order to to try to capture Bronzefinger, a thief and smuggler of valuable bronze statues. Will Max and 99 end up as Bronze statues? A spoof of Goldfinger.

  • Perils in a Pet Shop

    Max is following a KAOS Agent who is smuggling a parrot. While questioning the parrot, it is freed by his lawyer. Max and 99 trail him to a pet shop, where Max learns that the pet shop is a cover for Melnick, the Smiling Killer. While trying to break into the pet shop after hours, Max, 99, and Fang are captured. They learn that the parrots are being used to memorize secret information and then smuggled out of the country. This is Fang's final appearance on the series. 

  • The Whole Tooth and...

    While carrying plans for a nuclear reactor, Max runs into KAOS Agents. Quickly, he hides the plans on an unsuspecting stranger, who turns out to be a convict headed for Joliet Penitentiary. Max later has to pretend to be a convict and go to jail to get them back. 

  • Kiss of Death

    A rich socialite woman pretends to be in love with Max in order to seek vengeance. Max had killed her father, a KAOS operative, a year earlier. 

  • It Takes One to Know One

    Octavia is destroying all of the number two men of CONTROL, so Hymie becomes the new number two man. But as it turns out, Hymie might have been precisely the right "person" for this job, as there is something we don't know about Octavia... 

Disc 3

  • Someone Down Here Hates Me

    KAOS puts up a reward to kill Max and announces that their annual party will be canceled if they don't kill him, causing only more trouble for Max. 

  • Cutback at CONTROL

    As a Senate sub-committee threatens to shut down CONTROL, Siegfried invites Max to become an agent for KAOS. 

  • The Man From Yenta

    CONTROL works with Israeli agent #498 (Alan Oppenheimer) to protect an Arab prince, but everything goes awry. (Working title: "He Should Live and Be Well".)

  • The Mummy

    Max investigates a Washington museum where KAOS is smuggling agents into the country in mummy cases. 

  • The Girls from KAOS

    Miss USA, who happens to be the daughter of an important American scientist, contacts Max after finding that her life is in danger. Max has to protect her during the next competition as well as finding which of the fellow contestants is really the KAOS assassin.

  • Smart Fit the Battle of Jericho

    When a CONTROL Agent is killed (made to look like an accident) while undercover, Max is assigned to investigate his death and to find out how a man name Frank Lloyd Joshua is causing high-rise buildings to explode. This episode introduces CONTROL agent Charlie Watkins. 

  • Where-What-How-Who Am I?

    86 overhears a plot to kill scientists but Max suffers amnesia in a car crash, or so we are led to believe. KAOS uses a creative way to protect this information. 

Disc 4

  • The Expendable Agent

    A British scientist who came to America to reveal a new rocket fuel formula hides at Max's apartment. This episode focuses on how, in the spy business, agents can be "expendable"... but who, in this episode, will that "expendable" agent be? 

  • How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying

    Max and 99 are saved by Siegfried, who claims he wants to defect. This is the first episode which stars King Moody as Siegfried's inept assistant Shtarker. The episode is a spoof of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. 

  • Appointment in Sahara

    KAOS gets a hold of nuclear bombs, threatening to blackmail the world into disarmament. The Chief gets a lead of the whereabouts of the bombs, sending Max and 99 to the Sahara desert to try to save the day. Vic Tayback guest stars. 

  • Pussycats Galore

    Max gets a tip that important scientists begin to go missing right after attending the Pussycat Club. To infiltrate the club, the Chief assigns Max and 99 to go undercover as two married German scientists while agent Charlie Watkins poses as an employee. Ted Knight guest stars.

  • A Man Called Smart, Part I

    Part 1 of 3. After KAOS agents steal DRY-UP, a water evaporation formula, they threaten to eradicate the water supply of the United States. Max has to go undercover as a KAOS informant to save the country. Howard Caine, also known as Hogan's Heroes Major Hochstetter, plays two roles as CONTROL scientist Dr. Smith and as actor/informant Russell Bediyoskin. 

  • A Man Called Smart, Part II

    CONTROL's first chief, 91-year-old Admiral Hardgrade (William Schallert), is appointed by President Johnson to take charge of CONTROL during the crisis. The Chief, Max, and 99 go into the field to uncover who is behind the DRY-UP caper. However, when KAOS traps them in a hospital, the Chief is wounded. 

  • A Man Called Smart, Part III

    After 99 foils a KAOS assassination attempt on the Chief in his hospital room, Max and 99 eventually wind up at Panamint studios in Los Angeles in their investigation of the DRY-UP caper. Can they discover who is the mastermind before KAOS dries up the Mississippi River? 

Disc 5

  • Leonard Stern Interview

  • Barbara Feldon: Real Model to Role Model

  • 1967 Emmy Broadcast

  • Bloopers

  • Get Smart Reunion Seminar, 2003

  • Don Adams' 75th Birthday Celebration

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