Get Smart

Get Smart (1965)

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Age Before Duty - S5-E11

Corrected entry: The Chief says that the dead agent who had spontaneous old age was religious and never drank alcohol or went out with women. So it's a bit odd that if he was religious, he would join an agency that kills people and lies about their identities, something which goes against any religion.

Correction: The agent may have thought his patriotic duty overrode his religious concerns. Religious people join the police force and military all the time as well.

Captain Defenestrator

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Corrected entry: Season 2 Episode 17, "Someone Down Here Hates Me": When Siegfried is yelling at his people, he calls them fools, incompetents, bunglers, and dummkopfs. But the plural form of the German 'Dummkopf' is not 'Dummkopfs'- it's 'Dummköpfe' - a mistake a man with German background like Siegfried would never make. (00:03:15)

Correction: Well Seigfried has proven himself on nearly every episode to be somewhat of an idiot. So not knowing how to say a german word properly is hardly a stretch for him.

Gavin Jackson

Correction: Gage is an acceptable alternative spelling for gauge.

rswarrior

Mr. Big - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: When Max is phoning the Chief to let him know the mission's been accomplished, he takes the oars out of the oarlocks before opening his shoephone. The oars change from being out of the oarlocks in the closeups to still being in the water in the long shots for the rest of the episode. (00:23:50 - 00:24:30)

Captain Defenestrator

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