"A warped barrel is a fool's frustration."
- Genghis Kahn (allegedly).
|The Wax Max|
|Original Air Date||February 24th, 1968|
|Previous Episode||99 Loses CONTROL|
|Next Episode||Operation Ridiculous|
Max and 99 spend their day off at an amusement park only to find their lives in danger when they inadvertently uncover a KAOS operation. Will 86 and 99 become permanent wax statues at the hands of evil KAOS agent Waxman?
- Waxman - Richard Devon
- Draccie (Dracula) - Robert Ridgely
- Frankie (uncredited)
- Attendant - Robert Lussier
- Ticket Taker - J. S. Johnson
- KAOS Agent - Simmy Bow
Weapons and GadgetsEdit
- Plutonium Kewpie Doll
- Compact Geiger Counter
- Inflatable Head
- Amusement Park
The plot is similar to Episode #29 "Shipment to Beirut" where models are turned into mannequins by means of a spray-on plastic solution, and to when Agents 86 and 99 almost become bronze statues at the hands of the evil KAOS agent Bronzefinger (Episode #42).
The title refers to the 1966 film The Blue Max but the episode itself is, in part, a parody of House of Wax. Max and 99 will have another encounter with a wax museum in the more obviously titled "House of Max" two-parter in Season Five.