Get Smart (1995)

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Get Smart (1995)

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Andy Dick plays the son of Maxwell Smart in this short-lived '90s update of the classic spy spoof. Teamed with the relunctant Agent 66, they try to stop KAOS from controlling the world's economy (after the Cold War, they had to lower their standards). Also working for the good guys was Trudy, the '90s equivalent of Larabee; Agent 13, a master of disguise; and the chief, Maxwell Smart. Barbara Feldon also made a handful of appearances as Agent 99, now a politician.
Don Adams

Don Adams

Maxwell Smart

Markus Redmond

Markus Redmond

Duane (Recurring)

Barbara Feldon

Barbara Feldon

Congresswoman 99 Smart

Elaine Hendrix

Elaine Hendrix

Agent 66

David Ketchum

David Ketchum

Agent 13 (Recurring)

Andy Dick

Andy Dick

Zach Smart

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  • Ok, so a lot of the shows I watch are not so popular!!!

    5.0
    Not as great as the original classic 1960's series, but not as bad as "The Nude Bomb", either! They tried, but I think they could have tried harder, like it would have been wiser to call this series, "Get Smart Now", to avoid confusion w/ the original. Also, they could have had Zack's twin sister be in it, rather than just bring in a new agent, 66. They didn't even explain her disappearance! It would have been really funny to have like a sibling rivalry relationship going there.moreless
  • THOSE ADORABLE MEERKATS ARE UP TO NO GOOD AGAIN IN MEERKAT MANOR: BEST OF MEERKAT MANOR SEASON TWO, WHICH HITS THE SHELVES THIS WEEK. LIKEWISE, DON'T MISS THE HILARIOUS AND CLEVER SEASON THREE OF WEEDS. ALSO OUT ON TUESDAY IS FLAVOR OF LOVE SEASON THREE.

    June 3, 2008 DVD Releases

    • Dvd?
      Is this coming out on DVD? If so, I may get it. I have all five seasons of "Get Smart", and this series would round it out nicely....
      06/17/09
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    modern spy, oblivious bumbling, good vs. evil, government conspiracies, parents and children