The Premonition - (PG) -
A story written by Sue and me.
A Christmas Miracle
- (PG-13) - A holiday sequel to Sue's story "The End."
Volcanic Ambiance - (R - Language/romance/comedy/drama/minor
sexual innuendo) - Max and 99 in a long, weird tale that took
me forever to write. Read my ending that deals with the never-ending discussion of
Max's behavior in "Widow Often Annie".
'Til The End Of
Time - (R - Violence/Angst/Drama/Language) - Max and 99 face the greatest
tragedy of their lives.
Have Yourself A
Very Smart Christmas - (G) - Max and 99 find
The Chief has a mysterious past.
April Showers, Ship Happens
- (R - Drama/Humor/Language) - Max and 99 again encounter the black cloud from "Lost
Alas, Max - (Drama/Romance/Comedy/Just
Plain Weird - R) - A wacky one that got away from me. Colleen saved it.
A Promising Aftermath
- (Drama/Romance/Comedy - R) - A depressed Max leaves
99, thinking she'll be better off without him. 99 hunts him down.
Twin Time -
(Drama/Romance/Comedy - R) - A different And Baby Makes Four
On Spying - (Drama/Romance/Comedy PG-13) - A sequel to Etra's story
A Smartian Scenario (Drama/Comedy/Romance - PG)
- Max and 99 battle two Kaos agents from Max's past.
Christmas Carol (Drama/Comedy/Romance - PG) -
A Max and 99 Christmas story.
Lost In Time (Drama/Romance/Comedy
- PG-13) - Max and 99 in a Science Fiction mystery.
Loss of Control (Drama/Romance/Comedy
- PG-13) - How Max, 99 and the rest of Control react when the Chief passes
Loss of Control (A
New Finale) - (Comedy/Drama/Mild Violence) - This new ending was written just for Gina . . .
Tromping Through the Woods (Drama/Romance/Comedy
- PG-13) - Max and 99, armed with a map, search the woods for a Kaos cave. A silly
title, but it was the only thing I could come up with . . . .
Forward - (Drama/Comedy) - A sequel to the third season episode "Don't
Would You Believe? - This story was
written by another best buddy of mine who (or is it whom?) I just found after 18 years.
She was surprised that I still had this little tale and said I could put it on my web
page. She was into The Man From UNCLE, and wrote this story just for me, which
I think was a terrific thing to do. As with my early GS story, this tale has been
transcribed directly from the original. The 9-A means we were in the 9th grade. That would
mean it was written around 1968. We were 14 . . . !
Nancy and I . . . and Paisanio Pete, The world's largest Roadrunner -
Maxwell Smart and Agent
99 Encounter a Werewolf (Written in 1967) - (Original) - My First Fan Fiction attempt. This story
is terrible, but it's the best (HA!) of my early attempts and shows my love of
"Get Smart." I want to dedicate this story to my best buddy, Elaine, of
Marion, Ohio. We wrote stories together . . . Me "Get Smart" and she
"The Girl From U.N.C.L.E." Her stories were better than mine. Her
crowning glory was having April Dancer and Mark Slade taking a train from the U. S. to
India while on an assignment. How they did this is something we have yet to figure
out to this day. Love ya, Buddy.
and Elaine, 1972 and . . . In 1999 . . . We haven't changed a bit.
Spine-Chilling Case Of Agent 79 And The Mysterious Envelope - (Comedy/Drama)
- I am proud to indroduce a new story
by first time fan fiction author Colleen. Check it out!