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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by mtgguitar, Jan 21, 2014.
This is an idea who's time has come!!!
Maxwell Smart was a successful USA spy in the 1960s.
The "what" was a comment usually made within the "cone of silence". When people tried to use it they couldn't hear each other and constantly ask "what?"
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1eUIK9CihA]Get Smart - Cone of Silence (from episode 1) - YouTube[/ame]
Ah, the old "beat the OP at their own game" trick.
I was thinking about this just a week ago. Great minds, or devils playgrounds...
Missed it by THAT much
No apologies necessary. I should have used quotes.
awesome...i loved that show.
As bad as that show was, I liked it much better than some of the sitcoms of today. Of course I don't have television now, so what would I know?
Live the cone of silence though.
Some of Mel Brooks good stuff.
Was a big fan of that show.
Wow. I never knew Mel Brooks was involved in Get Smart. You learn something new every day. Not all of it useful, but it's still new.
I would like one I could throw over other people ! lol.
That was one of my fav shows growing up.
...such as on people who walk around in public talking loudly on their cell phones...
One of favorite classic TV shows. Great writing and casting.
Really we need the cell phone of silence . Never had this issue back in the day of shoe phones