GET SMART GLITCHES
by Whatsits Galore
What is a glitch? Glitches are mistakes in movies and TV shows. They can be technical goofs, continuity errors, or anything that makes you scratch your head and say, "Huh?" In this case, the glitches are from the classic television series Get Smart, not the later series, films or made-for-TV movies.
During the ending credits, Max puts his hands up to his face before the door closes on his nose.
One henchman has a tear in the shoulder of his wetsuit.
There are bullet holes in the door before Max fires the machine gun, bullet holes which disappear after he shoots.
That explosive pellet wasn't as destructive as we were led to believe. Neither Smart, the Klaw, nor Bobo were harmed by it.
The wire is clearly visible next to the knife in the wall.
The close-up of the knife shows it stuck in the suitcase with the lid open, even though Max already closed it.
Although Zukor is said to be a lefty, he is shown to be right-handed several times.
Zukor's handwriting doesn't look all that distinctive.
Our Man in Toyland
Max declares that the vent is too small for a human being to crawl through, and 99 agrees; yet later on he decides to go back and try the vent.
Now You See Him, Now You Don't
Why are there no pens in the pen holder on the Chief's desk? So we can enjoy the gag of Smart asking for a pencil.
There is a wire clearly visible above the gun in Max's apartment, even though it is later reavealed that the gun was held up by a wire underneath it.
Washington 4, Indians 3
The Teepees are much bigger inside than outside.
Red Cloud accidentally locks horns with one of his men.
Max tells Running Stream to close her mouth and open her eyes. Somehow she understands that he means it the other way around, and acts accordingly.
KAOS in Control
The Day Smart Turned Chicken
The hearing is public, and reveals to the world the existence of CONTROL and Max's role as a secret agent.
Max forgets to talk into the mouthpiece of his belt phone.
The night light that supposedly fell out of the socket could never have fit with that other cord plugged in above it.
Our Man in Leotards
Max, as the repairman, is wearing coveralls, not overalls, as Naharana claims.
Too Many Chiefs
It sure looks like the chief is laughing at the end of the Cone of Silence scene.
My Nephew the Spy
There aren't enough letters for the entire alphabet on Max's Dial-A-Fact.
The Chief asks if Max has a match, but Max just gets one from the holder on the Chief's desk.
If the papers were all destroyed in a fire, why was the empty file sealed?
Aboard the Orient Express
The British Intelligence agent warns Max about Krochaska; does he know his own dog is the famous spy?
Max wastes a lot of time fumbling for his gasmask when he can simply opent the window.
Drago lies down inside the coffin, even though it would be very difficult for him to go down the hidden staircase from that position.
Why play a tune at all when it's only one note, high C, that fires the blowgun? For that matter, why use a note at all? Why not just blow into it?
Survival of the Fattest
The bust in front of the air vent appears to have a bobblehead.
Kisses for KAOS
Since 99 already made her date with Savage, presumeably she gave him her address. Yet, after this, the Chief tells her to meet her date at Max's apartment instead.
Max heads down to the diner for lunch when he's covered with paint.
The Dead Spy Scrawls
Why don't Max and the Chief know the code?
Since pool is the Chief's hobby and Max is so bad at the game, maybe the Chief should consider taking on the assignment at the pool hall.
Max flinches as if he knows he's about to accidentally fire the shotgun-cue.
In the far shot, Parker is loading the shotgun shell backwards; in the close-up, the shell is suddenly correct.
The Shark warns Stryker to never bother him in the middle of a big-money game. Yet later, the assassin interrupts his game once again, and theis time the Shark has no problem with it.
How is 99 supposed to search for the brain when she's busy manipulating the cue ball?
Back to the Old Drawing Board
There are several odd cameras in this episode. The film Natz watches of Dr. Shotweiler, evidently taken in secret by KAOS, switches to close-ups as if it was a motion picture. The camera hidden somewhere on Hymie somehow takes pictures of the robot, as if it was mounted on the wall.
See When Good Fellows Get Together.
All in the Mind
How would Markovich have killed Joanna Sloane, one wonders, if she hadn't decided to make a call from the booby-trapped phone booth?
99's hair is suddenly wet, although she hasn't gone completely under water yet.
Smart, the Assassin
I'm Only Human
Max keeps his hands raised after he is chained to the wall. He also removes one glove, for some inexplicable reason.
Stakeout on Blue Mist Mountain
While Max is trying to phone Prof. Parker, the others could at least try to look for the bomb.
It might've worked better if the Chief had talked to Parker on the phone while Smart defused the bomb, instead of having Max continually pick up and put down the phone.
It sounds as if they caught every one of the KAOS couriers on Blue Mist Mountain that night. That's over three hundred men. Where were they all hiding?
The Amazing Harry Hoo
How did Harry Who know that Smart was a CONTROL agent? He must be a better detective than we thought.
Hubert's Unfinished Symphony
The portable Cone of Silence isn't very effective; even from the outside, Max can hear the Chief's every word.
Ship of Spies
Smart's jacket dries awfully quickly.
Max never asks if Agent 44 is dead or alive.
Shipment to Beirut
How did the villains manage to spray the plastic under their victims' clothes?
The Last One in Is a Rotten Spy
Greco carries his spear gun everywhere; and that doesn't make anybody suspect that he might have had something to do with the murder by spear gun of Agent 81?
Why can't the enemy agents nail Max with the machine gun, just because he's underwater in a swimming pool?
Anatomy of a Lover
Strike While the Agent Is Hot
The coded sign is simply "would you believe" written in reverse, but it is misspelled.
A Spy for a Spy
The Only Way to Die
Max loses the bandage on his forehead for a couple of scenes, but it's back soon.
The lever, once pulled, goes up slowly, but sometimes is seen back down again.
Maxwell Smart, Alias Jimmy Ballantine
In order to protect his fingers, Jimmy Ballantine won't shake hands. I thought he was going straight...
Turning the dial on an unlocked safe would lock it.
Did they plant phony money in every vault in Washington? Where did they stash all that real money?
Max's cufflink is missing, which proves to be convenient for the KAOS scientist who gives him the shot.
Hoo Done It
99 calls the island "the Gateway to Hawaii." So, when she sets out in the rubber raft, she would surely head for Hawaii, not for the US mainland, as is erroneously stated several times.
Rub-a-Dub-Dub...Three Spies in a Sub
?? appears here as Larabee for the first time; at least, it's the first time he is named. In earlier episodes, he appears several times, sometimes even playing KAOS agents.
Max warns 99 to hit the dirt when he says "now." He never says it, but she ducks anyway.
Before they even try, the Control agents lament that they can't get through the minefield, although they knew it was there before they started the mission, and were even told they must find their way through it. However, they are surprised to find that the computer center is visible from the beach. Seems like the recon information for this mission wasn't too great.
Kruger reports that the sub is on the bottom when we can see that it is not.
Max bonks his head while exiting the sub. Of course, that's not so strange for Agent 86.
The Greatest Spy on Earth
Max blows 99's cover by calling her by her number in front of Hanlon.
Island of the Darned
Hunter has a trophy of a sabre-toothed tiger mounted on his wall. Aren't they extinct?
The brush that splatters the Chief with paint is dry and paint-free in the close-up.
Perils in a Pet Shop
The Whole Tooth and...
Why does Max need dental instruments? He removed the tooth from his own mouth with just a flick of the wrist long after it was supposed to have bonded.
Kiss of Death
It Takes One to Know One
The Eiffel Tower model in Chief's office has become a leaning tower in a few shots.
The Chief says that Octavia wants the papers for CONTROL. Doesn't he mean she wants them for KAOS?
Someone Down Here Hates Me
Even if Max hadn't bent down, the bullet would've still missed him.
For some reason, Siegfried's name does not appear in the credits.
Cutback at CONTROL
The Man from Yenta
We see no trace of the champagne Max spilled on the tray.
For once the audience gets to see Agent 13 outside of his traditional tight hiding place.
The Girls from KAOS
Max trusts Tisha, an untrained civilian, to search the bedroom for bugging devices.
One of the beauty contestants in the registration line is not wearing a sash.
Smart Fit the Battle of Jericho
We get a very clear look at Smart's stunt double on the uncompleted building, much clearer than we should.
Where-What-How-Who Am I?
99 claims it would arouse suspicion to check into a hotel without luggage, but that's just what the agents do after they drive off and leave the Honeymoon Kit behind.
The Expendable Agent
When a KAOS assassin is spotted, 99 hides behind Whittaker, the man she's supposed to be protecting.
The net trap in Max's apartment is set to drop on whoever pushes the button.
Chain runs into the invisible shield but passes through it before he stops.
The Chief said that the scientists would be meeting in his office, but they actually meet in the lab, which seems like a more appropriate place.
How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying
The spies agree to meet back in the same KAOS warehouse in which one of their agents was just killed; not a good idea, as KAOS is likely to watch the place more closely. However, Seigfried does suggest that they move their third meeting elsewhere, after yet another KAOS man is shot there.
When Max turns on the hidden tape recorder, it's already been rewound to the appropriate spot.
Seigfried's right-hand man is credited as both "Shtarker" and "Starker," depending on which episode you check.
Appointment in Sahara
A minor glitch: the Chief makes a grammatical error, asking for "a pair who knows each other..."
Max and 99 may be forgiven for losing their backpacks in a sandstorm, but afterward, how do they manage to lose their hats?
There is just no way for the CONTROL agents to outrun the fallout from a nuclear missile.
There doesn't seem to be enough time to get Charlie Watkins a job in the Pussycat Club.
A Man Called Smart
In the close-ups, Max's sword is in his left hand.
99 is hit on the head with a sandbag and ends the episode with a cast on her foot; the Chief is shot in the side and gets himself a neckbrace; and Max's left arm is in a sling though he seems fine after his fight with Hurrah. What happened to these guys?
The Spy Who Met Himself
Smart puts the gasmask on upside down.
While Johan prepares to take Max's place, we see him dressed in exactly the same suit as Max. Why? He doesn't replace Agent 86 until the next day, when both Max and his double wear a different suit.
The writers inserted a clue to tell the real Agent 86 from the imposter: Max never shows the bruise on his ankle without asking 99 to turn her head away, while the KAOS imposter has no such modesty. Trouble is, none of the agents pick up on it. So why is it even in the episode?
Witness for the Persecution
In the close-ups, Max is sleeping under the green blanket; in the far shot, his legs are on top of it.
The Spirit Is Willing
During the fight in the cemetary, 99 cowers behind a tombstone, never trying to help Max, never searching for her dropped pistol. Some spy!
Maxwell Smart, Private Eye
The KAOS agents carelessly put Max and 99 into a cell with an obvious escape route: a barely-concealed manhole cover in the ceiling.
One of Our Olives Is Missing
Annie's hat falls past the window when she is ejected from Max's car, but where did the car seat go?
Max finds Siegfried's hotel room because he knows that the KAOS agent will be "stuffing his face." This is a side to Siegfried that is never even hinted at in any other episode.
When Good Fellows Get Together
Looks like Dr. Ratton survived being shot in Back to the Old Drawing Board. I guess Hymie was only shooting to wound.
Smart has Gropo's remote and therefore complete control of the robot. Why doesn't Max order the robot to destroy itself by jumping into the ocean? Or he could simply bring Gropo back to headquarters for reprogramming. Instead, 86 leaves the robot to cover his escape, after which KAOS regains possession of the death machine.
Larabee's working in the lab now?
Hymie runs normally when Gropo breaks through Max's apartment door.
In the cabin, why does Hymie get the bedroom all to himself while the humans camp out together on the floor?
Smart doesn't unlock the door of the camper, he just turns the knob.
After ringing the gong, it would be wiser for 86 and 99 to assume somebody heard them and run away. They already know where Dr. Yes' secret base is. Instead, they hang around for the villains to capture them.
That Old Gang of Mine
Why does the Dutchman insist that there be no violence unless absolutely necessary? Is he a pacifist villain?
For some reason, the window opens inward.
The Mild Ones
When the Knights try to draw and quarter Max, the chains are cut by Baby Doll and the motorcycles ride away without harming Agent 86. For some reason, this causes one of the bikers to wipe out and another to drive into the lake.
Max's face is covered with dirt, then noticeably cleaner in the next shot, and then dirty again.
When Max walks into a door, he leaves a make-up stain, which disappears shortly.
The Mysterious Dr. T
Why is there a fortune cookie instructing the reader to meet Dr. T. in the Chinese restaurant at 3:00? Prof. Longnecker went there at three every day.
What a coicidence that Max and 99 just happened to sit at the table the professor used to frequent.
Dr. T. has a tough time to keep from showing how much he's enjoying the fight in the restaurant.
The King Lives?
Max pronounces Basil's name incorrectly several times.
Smart promises to wear Princess Marta's ring always, but he doesn't have it on in any other episode.
The Groovy Guru
When we look down into the room below the trap door, the psychedelic designs on the floor are not visible.
The Little Black Book
Sid doesn't dial a full seven-digit phone number.
It takes the KAOS agents a long time to realize that the silhouette on the window shade doesn't fall when shot.
Nancy and Zelda are wearing exactly the same outfits at the end o fthe episode that they wore on their date with Max and Sid.
The silencer on the cannon doesn't work very well.
Don't Look Back
Watch carefully; Max doesn't actually unlock the second handcuff.
99 certainly wears a lot of eye shadow to bed.
99 Loses CONTROL
Suddenly, we can hear the music through the closed door.
Max doesn't drink? Since when?
Smart taps the phone cradle, but you can see it isn't real.
Royal's plan was to make the police believe Max shot himself. How many people commit suiced by shooteing themselves in the stomache?
The Wax Max
86 and 99 seem pretty helpless while in the Tunnel of Love; why not simply grab them?
Why did the Waxman build all those deadly traps into the Tunnel of Love? Did he expect CONTROL Agents to take a ride?
Max and 99 run straight down the center of the Midway when dodging or hugging a wall would seem like a safer idea.
Now matter how far they run, the agents are still visible to the sniper on the Tilt-A-Whirl.
Smart and 99 probably have radiation poisoning from the plutonium by the time the episode is over.
After fleeing from assassins over half the park, Max and 99 finally pull out their guns.
Why do our heroes chase after the injured vampire? They only went to the merry-go-round to find the park exit. So...exit.
The villains consistently swing above the neck of the decapitated Smart, trying to hit a head that obviously isn't there. Do they think his head is invisible?
Run, Robot, Run
Entering a robot in the track meet is certainly cheating, as is using a magnet to boost your runner over the finish line.
By episode's end, KAOS agent Miss Magruder knows many of CONTROL's secrets, including the identity of Dr. Steel, who will now have to find a new cover.
Spy, Spy, Birdie
For a guy who hates noise, Pfister knocks pretty loudly on Max's door.
The gun is gone from 99's hand, then it's back again in the next shot.
Starker just stands there and allows Smart to attack Siegfried.
Siegfried has the bird's cage open, then reaches back to open it again.
Why the pigeon from KAOS lives in a cage marked "Pentagon" is never explained.
The Hot Line
The Kaos agents begin to talk before hanging up the phone, a good way to reveal their plans to CONTROL.
Freeze the picture to get a goo look at the Gorshen mask on the stuntman who falls out the window.
Max refers to his ping pong paddle as a "racquet."
The Reluctant Redhead
Nobody's holding the super satchel for a second.
There is very bad dubbing of part of Max's line, "Krispen's bound to learn..."
The flashback of Mimsi's dialogue is different from what she actually said. Smart must be remembering it wrong.
The Impossible Mission
Why do KAOS agents so often dress in black trenchcoats and hats? As in other episodes, 99 here spots the killer instantly.
Herb is faking it with the trumpet, but he could at least push the valves to make it look authentic.
Snoopy Smart vs. the Red Baron
The Chief couldn't let 99 sit next to her fiancé?
The unconscious Chief is missing when the plane taxis by.
How does Max ever catch up with Siegfried's plane, considering the head start the KAOS agent has on him?
What a lousy shot Siegfried is; he misses Smart at point-blank range.
Closely Watched Planes
The villains dropped several CONTROL couriers carrying vital documents out of airplanes. Weren't any of the bodies ever found?
The depressurization in the rest room would've alerted anyone, even Maxwell Smart, to the open trap door.
Dr. Von Shickel must be asleep again. He's the only person who doesn't react to the seat belt sign turning on and off.
The Secret of Sam Vittorio
CONTROL dresses Max and 99 in costumes exactly matching the clothes Connie and Floyd are wearing when they escape from prison. Except somehow they got Connie's scarf wronog.
Diamonds Are a Spy's Best Friend
While using the Hydrant Phone, the Chief can't decide which is the earpiece and which is the mouthpiece.
99 says that Max's mother is his only relative. What happened to Aunt Gladys and Uncle George from My Nephew the Spy? Or the cousin mentioned in Hurray for Hollywood?
When Max falls in the alley, his pant leg looks very strange, like it has a white cuff.
How do the rings stay in the holes while the bowling ball rolls around?
The Worst Best Man
How does KAOS know who is on Max's best man list?
A Tale of Two Tails
The ring from the pull-down map is on the wrong finger.
The Return of the Ancient Mariner
Too bad Max doesn't have his ubiquitous shoe phone while locked in the closet.
With Love and Twitches
The Laser Blazer
The taped conversation is different than the original.
The KAOS agent Smart downs with a backhanded blow is the same guy who takes Max's three best hits a moment later without flinching.
The Farkas Fracas
Max's shoe phone is coming apart before he opens it.
I know they redecorated, but the door to the kitchen is now in a completely different part of Max's apartment.
Temporarily Out of CONTROL
When the ship is magnetically pulled in reverse, even the smoke from the stack goes backward.
One Nation Invisible
The floor in the bar is covered with sawdust, not a very good place for an invisible scientist to choose for a meeting.
Max opens the apartment door without unlocking even one of the locks.
Hurray for Hollywood
Polo says to check that the prop gun is in the end table. The stagehand nods, but checks the desk drawer instead.
The Day They Raided the Knights
For some unexplained reason, Max has band-aids on his fingers.
Why does the Chief declare that the KAOS munitions dump can't be in a topless restaurant or a delicatessan, when he admits he doesn't know where it is?
Marco suddenly sits down in the middle of a fight with a Control agent, making it really easy for Smart to capture him.
according to legend, the Tequila Mockingbird is worth a fortune in diamonds, rubies and pearls. Wouldn't it be simply worth a fortune, in any commodity?
I Shot 86 Today
Smart doesn't put a dime into the golf shoe phone before using it.
On Max's golf shoe phone, you talk into the toe; on the Chief's, you talk into the heel.
There is a very clear shot of a special-effects wire during the mid-air explosion.
Absorb the Greek
If CONTROL already knows where the KAOS hideout is, why didn't they just destroy it long before 99's mother is kidnapped?
To Sire, With Love
It would be far less likely to create a disturbance or attract undue attention to simply ask Max into the office, rather than chloroforming him.
The tarantula enters the apartment through a mail slot, a mail slot which is never seen in any other episode, or even in other scenes in this episode.
99 claims she can tell her husband from King Charles by checking for a wedding ring. That's probably why Max wears a ring in this episode, although he doesn't in other episodes.
Where is the body of the guard Max kills?
According to the credits, Rupert of Rathskeller is played by himself.
Shock It to Me
The body of the truck is not visible through the cab window in the close-up of Max.
At first, Max and 99 have their hands behind their backs while strapped to the table, leading the viewer to believe that their hands are tied. Soon, however, 99's hands come out, making us wonder why the spies had their hands back there in the first place.
"Lil's" upside down wouldn't be "717 S," it would be "S717."
The Chief seems surprised by 99's suggestion about using the computer. So, why did he put all that information onto computer cards?
Although the flashing light goes dark when ARDVARC is killed, it is still flashing in the long shots.
That 'Utility Room' sign in the hall is new.
The Not-So-Great Escape
It sure doesn't look like Larabee is actually writing anything.
How does Nova get into the back room before the phone booth even turns around?
This episode mkes it seem as though CONTROL has only twenty-five agents, and 99 the only female among them.
As Kessler, Max has a gun on his belt, but he never thinks to use it when his cover is blown.
The prisoners built a microphone into a flower? With what? Couldn't they use that time and those electronic parts to build something more useful? Like a transmitter to alert the police, maybe?
The Chief lists Kessler as one of the only three prisoners he can trust. Boy, is he wrong!
How do they expect to keep the direction of the tunnel a secret from the prisoners who are helping with it's construction?
"Good work, Max," says the Chief, completely ignoring the timely assist from an unknown agent who knocks the gun from Kessler's hand.
What happens to the unconscious body of the double agent?
Pheasant Under Glass
The photograph vanishes from Smart's hand.
There is obviously no glass in the phone booth.
The spray-on face makes Max taller.
The door is over 99's right shoulder, not her left.
The Chief attackes the KAOS hideout in a successful frontal assault. So, why did they need the subterfuge with the opera singer?
The fact that Max blows his cover to the media has absolutely no effect on him in any later episode.
Several times in the episode, we can see that the iron hand is actually made of some flexible material.
Valerie of the Dolls
Why bring the dolls on the plane where they might cause suspicion? We saw Miss Valerie writing the formula.
Widow Often Annie
The Treasure of C. Errol Madre
The armored truck rolls a little after Max gets out. Guess he forgot to put the brake on.
The map is sewn onto a shirt and longjohns, but in the flashback, it's obviously one shirt torn in half.
Smart Fell on Alabama
It's pretty clear that Max isn't wearing a watch long before he meets Farley.
How can you open a safe without turning the handle?
And Baby Makes Four
Max's shortcuts through buildings appear to do nothing more than to get him back where he started.
The word "Bijou" is obviously dubbed whenever Max and 99 say it.
The antenna isn't broken off the police motorcycle.
Smart wouldn't need to give 99 the number of the phone booth if he had his shoe phone.
Simon ordered his coffee first, but Max is served first. Is that any way to treat such a nice man?
That cabin sure doesn't look like it's overlooking the lake in the far shot.
The Apes of Rath
Not really a glitch, but there is a life preserver from the S. S. Minnow hanging on the wall.
Agent 77 was in the room with Agent Roberts but couldn't prevent the latter's murder. And the Chief still pickes him to guard Max? Armstrong must've given some convincing excuse!
99 faints at the sight of an unarmed man acting like a monkey. What happened to that tough secret agent?
The band-aid on Armstrong's finger is different the second time we see it.
Age Before Duty
The bottle of Dorian Gray was clearly under the wastebasket when Max turned it over.
It sure took the Chief a long time to remember Felix's claim about ageing people through painted photographs.
If CONTROL knows exactly where KAOS headquarters is, why don't they launch an attack to wipe it out?
Max foolishly tells Felix that 99 is painting the traitor's photo with Dorian Gray. If Felix was smarter, he would've painted her picture immediately and killed her.
Is This Trip Necessary
Don't Smart and 99 realize they will be recognized if they enter the bottling plant?
Max calls the antidote in his ring a powder, but it's a pill.
Ice Station Siegfried
Isn't 99 suspicious that there are no special gloves issued to her?
99 and Quigley just leave their snowshoes outside in a blizzard to be covered with snow and lost.
There are no penguins in the arctic.
Starker may be strong, but does he think two healthy adults will not be able to move the block of ice he uses to block the igloo?
Isn't there anything in the underground lab 99 and Quigley can use to escape from the igloo?
Moonlighting Becomes You
99 claims she hasn't been allowed on any dangerous assignments since the twins were born. How about the last two episodes?
Who does Frank Ogg cue in the sound booth now that Hammerstein is dead?
House of Max
Many of the wax figures appear to sway, as though they might really be alive, but Hitler is the worst, blinking constantly.
How does the werewolf find Max with only his name and the name of the hotel to go on--ask at the front desk?
What is that black mark on Max's fingernail? It is still visible in Witness for the Execution.
When Smart falls over the rim of the vat, his hands are no longer tied behind his back, though they are when next we see him.
Rebecca of Funny-Folk Farm
It sure looks like the dead Sebastian opens the door of the clock himself.
The Mess of Adrian Listenger
I know Max was up late the night before, but must he wear the exact same clothes all next day?
Witness for the Execution
Hasn't CONTROL figured out by now that Max's apartment is a bad place to hide people? KAOS always checks there.
How Green Was My Valet
In order to feed Max a false combination to the safe, the ambassador hangs up on somebody without even finding out who it is.
Max says "22 left," but he turns the dial on the safe to the right.
The safe has no handle, so Smart can be forgiven for holding it closed with one hand while trying to pull it open with the other.
And Only Two Ninety-Nine
You know Max and 99 have been married too long when they suddenly get twin beds.
the Chief suggests that a kis will reveal the imposter, as no two women kiss alike. However, Max kisses the KAOS agent without a hint that she's not the real 99.
Archer tells 99 she will spend the rest of her life in the cell, then he reveals his plan to have her arrested for Max's murder.
Archer tells his assistant to put all of the furniture from 99's cell on sale to get rid of the evidence. Just how does he plan to get rid of those bars?
Why do Smart and the Chief talk about searching for a hidden microphone in the locker room? If there is a mike, won't all that chatter alert whoever's on the other end?
What's It All About, Algie?
The telephone operator wears the exact same outfit to work two days in a row.
Hello Columbus, Goodbye America
Neither Borgia nor Gemini recognize Smart? His disguise isn't that good.
Do I Hear a Vaults
I Am Curiously Yellow
Foo Yung's suit is torn before Whip attacks him.
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