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When Madame Olinsky walks in the store the maracas Boris is working on is sitting on the counter. In the next shot, Boris is holding the maracas.
The glass in the door to the music store is really not glass.
Agent Honeywell's shirt collar keeps changing between shots during the interview scenes.
Madame Olinsky is carrying her purse in her right hand, but then tilts her hat with her right hand seconds later.
When Boris begins to fall to the ground when Mike is twisting his ear, some of the kids knocked out can be seen scooting out of the way.
Before the genie appears, you can see the top of her head over the table to the right.
When Micky is talking to Yakimoto he turns around to face the boys. In the next shot, he turns around to face the boys again.
When Agent Honeywell and the Chief are watching the video tape of the four boys, the Chief's glasses keep appearing and disappearing.
Madame Olinsky's hat changes positions when she leaves through the secret exit.
The chair Peter is sitting in is empty for part of the conversation the boys have with Madame Olinsky and Boris.
During the club scenes, some of the people that are shown dancing are shown sitting seconds later.
Before the dream sequence where the boys act like spies, Davy's tie is just hanging around his next. However, after the dream sequence is is loosely tied around his neck.
When Micky is the scientist he is carrying a pencil, but in the next shot the pencil is now is his pocket.
When the boys get off the stage for Honey and the Bear, Davy is carrying his maracas. In the next shot, he no longer has them.
When the boys are in the CIS office Peter keeps changing positions from shot to shot.
When the boys are singing The Kind of Girl I Could Love, the camera pans out and no one can be seen dancing to the music, but the next shot shows that there are people dancing to the music.
The shot where the boys are hanging out the window in the opening scene Davy is in the front seat. However, when they get out of the car Davy is in the backseat with Micky.
When all the people at the club are being knocked out, some are knocked out more than once or are still dancing after they have been knocked out. Also, when the camera is looking at the floor, no one is on the ground, but a few shots later nearly everyone is laying on the ground knocked out.
When Davy kicks out the cord to the lamp, you can see that he looks back to see what he kicked out, but doesn't go fix it.
When Davy asks the two spies if they really are spies, he is sitting up straight, but in the next shot he is leaning back.
Stage lights can be seen every once in a while during the dance numbers.
During the I'm Not Your Stepping Stone scene, Davy goes from having two maracas to one and then back to two.
When the boys are playing music at the club, Micky's hair keeps changing between shots.
Davy's maracas change hands when the boys are playing at the club.
Before the fantasy sequence, Peter and Davy are facing Mike and Micky on the unicycles, but after the sequence they are behind Mike and Micky.
Madame Olinsky knocks off Mike's hat when she hits him, but when he is on the ground it is back on his head.
The background of the club's stage does not match up with the background when the camera is on the four boys.
When Boris and Madame Olinsky are walking through the crowd at the club, Madame Olinsky stops and faces Boris. In the next shot, she now has her back to him.
When Agent Honeywell asks Micky some questions on hidden camera the camera is shooting from inside the house. Not very hidden!
When Boris and Madame Olinsky are singing at the club there is a shot of Madame Olinsky not having her hat on. In the next shot, her hat is back on her head and we see a pillow hit it and knock it off.
When the boys are playing at the club the first time, you can see the crew sitting off to one side where the wall to the supposed club ends.
The exact same people wearing the exact same clothes are seen in both dance shots.
Madame Olinsky: I grow impatient!
Peter: (hands Madame Olinsky flowers) I grow daffodils!
Mike: 379, 380...oh, there is a dollar ninty missing, old buddy.
Madame Olinsky: Impossible.
Boris: Uh, cab fare.
Davy: I got the confession.
Agent Honeywell: What confession?
Davy: Boris. He nodded.
Agent Honeywell: You can't hear a nod.
(Davy nods agreeing with Honeywell)
Agent Honeywell: What did you say?
Agent Honeywell: I'll be in here, listening and recording everything that they say. Now, the minute I hear them make their confession I'll get in there and make the arrest. Are there any questions?
Peter: Is it too late to get Swartz?
(Davy rubs the lamp and smoke starts to come out and then a female genie appears)
Genie: Do not fear, master! Your genie will help you.
Davy: (to the camera) Huh! Imagine that! Wrong show.
Agent Honeywell: (holding a lamp) Now, all you have to do is sit down there and wait until they make their contact. There's a twelve decibel microphone hidden in the lamp. They'll never suspect a thing.
Mike: What about that big, black wire?
Agent Honeywell: That's always been a problem.
Micky: Alright, Jones. Tell me what the tie pin does?
Davy:(put the tie pin on and starts to fall over) If you wear it too long your neck starts to weaken.
Micky: Yes. It also contains a pill. In the event your being tortured, beyond endurance, you can swallow this pill. Tell me what it does, Jones.
Davy: Within thirty seconds, your breath is kissing sweet?
Micky:(as a scientist) This cufflink contains a miniturized tape recorder.
Peter: If I wear two of them can I record in stereo?
(Micky opens the front door)
Agent Honeywell : Hi, there. I am with the advertising testing bureau. I wonder, we're doing a survey how people respond to different faces.
(Micky looks at Honeywell's face)
Micky: Sorry, yours won't do.
Madame Olinsky: We came for the film.
Peter: Oh, you didn't have to do that. We usually drop it off at the drug...
Mike: It's not that I don't trust you. Um, but I think, uh, well, uh, I think I oughta tella something.
Mike: You know that man over there?
Agent Honeywell: As you know, they are trying very hard to revitalize the Republican party. What do you suggest?
Mike: Uh, huh. Well I'd say a lot of pretty girls, a lot of dancing… you know, music, stuff like that…few hors d'oeuvres.
Agent Honeywell: Will that help the party?
Mike: Usually does.
Agent Honeywell: How do you feel about demonstrations?
Peter: They're the only way to sell a vacuum cleaner.
(Boris and Madame Olinsky walk in dressed like hippies)
Boris: A teenager just stopped me and wanted a date.
Madame Olinsky: Teenage girls are very aggressive in this country.
Boris: It wasn't a girl.
Davy: I just saw a fella talking to a Popsicle.
Mike: Oh, yeah! Let me know if the Popsicle talks back.
Davy: Look, fellas, please let me have a new set of maracas.
Micky: But you already got a pair of maracas, man.
Mike: Yeah! Besides, Davy, you oughta save your money for a rainy day.
(Peter looks up at the sky)
Peter: Hey, I think it's going to rain.
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The Monkees' first single, Last Train To Clarksville, is #4 on Billboard's Top 100 during the week this episode is shown. It was #6 last week.
This episode was the sixth episode shot and it was filmed between June 27 and July 1 1966.
The release of The Monkees self-titled first album, The Monkees (Colgems #COM/COS-101) coincided with this episode's firstrun airing.
Features the songs: "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone," "The Kind of Girl I Could Love," "Saturday's Child" and "All the King's Horses." Though "Last Train to Clarksville" was credited, it was never showcased in this segment. In any case, this episode was repeated on June 19, 1967 with "Randy Scouse Git" dubbed into its soundtrack.
When Micky picks up the phone in the CIS office he does his Agent Maxwell Smart impression. Agent Maxwell Smart was Don Adam's character from the television series Get Smart! that ran from 1965 through 1970.
The title to this episode is based off the movie The Spy Who Came In From The Cold.
As Davy rubs a lamp on a table, a genie appears as a parody of the series "I Dream Of Jeanie."
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