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[[Get Smart]] Episode #108, [[Season Four]] #22.
 
[[Get Smart]] Episode #108, [[Season Four]] #22.

Revision as of 03:02, 24 December 2014

"Billions of volts of electricity and it's all in my command! Where is the extension cord?"
- Dr. Zharko.

Get Smart Episode #108, Season Four #22.

Plot

The investigation of a series of hijackings of trucks carrying electronic equipment leads Max and 99 to the hidden laboratory of KAOS's "mad scientist", Dr. Eric Zharko, who has discovered a means of bringing the dead back to life.

Synopsis

Characters

CONTROL

KAOS

Locations

Trivia

  • Guest star Tom Poston had been the original choice to play Maxwell Smart when the show was first pitched to the ABC network to which Poston was contracted.

Reality Check

  • The title refers to the catchphrase "sock it to me", popularized by Judy Carne on the TV show Laugh-In.