Get Smart

Season 2 Episode 3

A Spy for a Spy

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Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Oct 01, 1966 on NBC
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A Spy for a Spy
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A series of kidnapping take place between KAOS and CONTROL, masterminded by Siegfried. So many kidnappings take place, no one is left.

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  • Spy Trade

    10
    This is my second favorate episode of the entire show. There is just not a dull moment in this one, what I really love about it is the concept itself which is daft, both a vilian and spy organiztions running out of people to kidnap chances of that happening in real life are millions to one which just makes this episode all the more funny.



    Both sides capture one another so much it could practially become a sport, heck Max in one scene we see has a score board for it and so does Sigfried.



    But I thing what makes this episode great is the interplay between Max and Sigfried is at it's best. One part of it I find hilarous is when both decide to meet at the park and then they both take out what looks like a whole armory of weapons out. But also the deal both make in getting their people back is probably the daftest, funniest and most interesting business exchange I've ever heard.moreless
  • I saw this episode this morning, it was great. A very funny episode that ends with the trading of spies for eachother after they continue to kidnap them from eachother.

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    I saw this episode this morning, it was great. A very funny episode that ends with the trading of spies for eachother after they continue to kidnap them from eachother.



    The scene where Smart and the Kaos agent are taking out all their guns is really funny. Great episode, I would recommend watching it and the series itself.
Barbara Feldon

Barbara Feldon

Agent 99

Jane Dulo

Jane Dulo

99's Mother (1968-1969)

Robert Karvelas

Robert Karvelas

Larrabee (1967-1970)

Dick Gautier

Dick Gautier

Hymie (1966-1969)

David Ketchum

David Ketchum

Agent 13

Stacy Keach Sr.

Stacy Keach Sr.

Prof. Carlson (1966-67)

Pitt Herbert

Pitt Herbert

Standish

Guest Star

James Lanphier

James Lanphier

Karl Danker

Guest Star

Barbro Heddstron

Barbro Heddstron

Miss Dvorchek

Guest Star

King Moody

King Moody

Starker (1966-1969)

Recurring Role

Bernie Kopell

Bernie Kopell

Siegfried

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • (At their meeting, Max and Sigfried are surrendering their weapons)
      Max: My revolver.
      Sigfried: My revolver.
      Max: My machine pistol.
      Sigfried: My machine pistol.
      Max: My switchblade knife.
      Sigfried: I do not have my switchblade knife.
      Max: That's all right, I have an extra.

    • Max: You might as well give up, Danker. This building is surrounded by 40 CONTROL agents!
      (Danker shoots at him)
      Max: Would you believe 30?
      (Danker shoots at him)
      Max: One angry Boy Scout?
      (Danker shoots at him)
      Max: Girl Scout?

    • Max: Couldn't you have just shushed him?
      Siegfried: Ve don't shush here?

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Siegfried: Und leave ze spying to us!

      As Siegfried and the released KAOS agents board their bus at the end of the episode, Siegfried's quip is a spoof on the slogan of the Greyhound Bus line - "Leave the driving to us."

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