Would you believe...?

This is the place where you can find the man adventures of the agents of Control, as they face off against their enemies at KAOS. As historians, we try to keep everything objective; however, I do find it "ironic" that Control also had agents and that they were battling for against the forces of evil...

This is a fan area, encompassing the writings of Agent 66. No part of this section will hold any information pertaining to either original 1965 television series or the 1995 television series of Get Smart.

If you'd like to learn more about the original series of Get Smart, including cast, characters, episodes, gadgets, and more, you can visit the Would You Believe website.

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.

GS Scripts

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.

The Features

Think of features as 'movies', just like the scripts are 'episodes' within a 'season'. These are usually multi-chapters stories that delve much deeper into not only Max and 99, but the Smarts as a whole, their dealings with each other and KAOS.


The Get Smart fandom meets Mystery Science Theater 3000. In conjunction with a number of GS fan writers (who are also SPANTENNA agents), these stories provide funny commentary within the words of previously published works. Many of these are done with the original writers consent or were reached out to before parodying.

Wiggles & Giggles Song Spectacular

While seemingly wild and crazy, agents Wiggles and Giggles were actually quite adept at throwing off the opposition with their complete and utter disregard for anything within the normal sense of things. Like the bards of old, these songs - while humorous - also were uplifting to those of us within the resistance as they are clear outings of the government that turned on us.

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