Based on the premise of the 1995 revival series, these 'episodes' reflect on events if the show had utilized Zachary Smart's twin sister and put the show in more of the vein of the original 1960's version.

In the 1995 version, Maxwell Smart (Don Adams) was Chief of a revitalized Control, while his wife, former Agent 99 (Barbara Feldon) was a Congresswoman. Their son, Zachary (Andy Dick) was now a Control agent, continuing in his parent's line of work, along with partner, Agent 66 (Elaine Hendricks). This revival seemed to ignore continuity of the original series, especially in regards to Zach's twin sister who was born during the original run.

Fans and critics alike panned the show, however it was from this basis that we can now bring you a fan interpretation of what the show could have been with tweaked characters of both Zach and 66, as well as the introduction of Zach's twin, Maxine. Along with new Control agents, there are new KAOS agents, notably Conrad Siegfried, Jr. and his second hand, Thomas Hill.

The characters of Maxine Smart, Austin Parker, Agent 22 (and other various agents of Control), Conrad Siegfried, Jr, and Thomas Hill are copyrighted to Regina Woodard. Characterizations of Zachary Smart and Agent 66 are also copyrighted to Regina Woodard. Usage of these characters are restricted without permission or credit.


This is the introduction to the 'series' It follows the adventures of Agent 78, Zachary Smart and that of his partner, Agent 66.

The continuing adventures of the Smart family, Control and

their quest to defeat the evil Conrad Siegfried, Jr. and KAOS.

Changes come to Team Smart - the relationship between Zach and 66 changes, Junior tries to outsmart the Smarts, and Thomas Hill is far more dangerous...

The stakes are even higher for Team Smart and Control. New adventures, new members, new threats, and a season finale that effects everything...

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