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Get Smart is a 1960s American satirical comedy television series created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry. The series stars Don Adams as Agent 86, a bumbling secret agent working for CONTROL, a secret U.S. government counter-intelligence agency.

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"Get Smart" is an American television comedy series originally aired from 1965 to 1970. The series follows the adventures of bumbling secret agent Maxwell Smart, played by Don Adams, as he works for the government agency CONTROL to stop the evil organization KAOS. The series is known for its clever wordplay, slapstick humor, and satirical take on the spy genre.

What sets "Get Smart" apart from other spy shows of its time is its unique blend of comedy and action and its innovative use of gadgets and technology. The show popularized the idea of the "smartwatch," with Maxwell Smart's iconic shoe phone becoming a beloved and memorable part of pop culture. The show also featured a memorable cast of characters, including Smart's partner, Agent 99, played by Barbara Feldon, and their boss, the Chief, played by Edward Platt.

"Get Smart" remains a beloved and iconic part of American television history. The series has inspired numerous spin-offs, remakes, adaptations, and countless imitators and tributes over the years. The show's combination of humor and action, as well as its clever writing and memorable characters, have made it a timeless classic and a beloved part of pop culture.

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