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Get Smart

  1. obits
    Buck Henry, Screenwriter of The Graduate and Creator of Get Smart, Is Dead at 89He was the first person to host SNL over 10 times.
  2. Bob Hope Plays the Supervillain to 1966’s Biggest Comedic StarsWhatever you think of him, it’s next to impossible to refute the fact that Bob Hope was the king of comedy during his tenure. Whether it was […]
  3. Andy Dick in a ‘Get Smart’ Remake? What Could Go Wrong?When Get Smart premiered in 1965, its blend of Inspector Clouseau and James Bond redefined TV comedy. And rightfully so. Show creator Mel […]
  4. Yes, Dear < Taxi: What Older Shows Would You Like to See on TV Again?Erik Adams wrote an interesting article for the A.V. Club yesterday, called, “Is television a medium without a past?” It’s about how while the […]
  5. Friends vs. Frasier and The Dick Van Dyke Show vs. Get SmartThe Best Sitcom Episode Ever Tournament is pitting 32 of the greatest episodes of funny TV shows ever produced against each other in a […]
  6. Think Twice, It’s Alright: the Best Two-Part Sitcom EpisodesIt’s tough enough for TV writers to make viewers laugh for 22 minutes — to extend an episode’s length to 44 minutes, even spread over two […]
  7. the industry
    Helena Bonham Carter Unexpectedly Joins the Cast of a Tim Burton MoviePlus: Hollywood to make a movie out of a comic book!
  8. apropos of nothing
    ‘Get Smart’ Love Triangle: Which One of Steve Carell’s Co-Stars Will Ruin His Marriage?It looks like Anne Hathaway and Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson are about to get in a hair-pulling slap fight over who gets to rip their Steve Carell from the arms of his wife.
  9. quote machine
    Anne Hathaway Is KindPlus: David Cook on butchering the national anthem, and the naked guy from ‘Sex and the City.’
  10. trailer mix
    ‘Get Smart’ Trailer: Steve Carell Returns As Steve CarellThose currently in the throes of strike-induced Office withdrawal will probably want to mark June 20 on their calendar, as that’s the day they can see Steve Carell playing Maxwell Smart, another high-functioning incompetent whose onscreen superiors never seem to check a resume or call his references.