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Tim O'Hara (Character)
from "My Favorite Martian" (1963)

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My Favorite Martian: Season 1: Episode 37 -- Martin discovers that a toothache's symptoms include impaired eyesight.

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  1. My Favorite Martian (1999) Played by Jeff Daniels

  2. "My Favorite Martian"
        - Pay the Man the $24 (1966) TV episode, Played by Bill Bixby
        - My Nut Cup Runneth Over (1966) TV episode, Played by Bill Bixby
        - Stop the Presses, I Want to Get Off (1966) TV episode, Played by Bill Bixby
        - Horse and Buggy Martin (1966) TV episode, Played by Bill Bixby
        - Martin Meets His Match (1966) TV episode, Played by Bill Bixby
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From "My Favorite Martian: Who Am I? (#1.18)" (1964)
Uncle Martin: [feeling homesick] I'm anxious to see my birthplace, again - to breathe that deoxygenated air, - to see my girlfriend.
Tim O'Hara: [surprised] Well, you never told me that you had a girlfriend.
Uncle Martin: You never asked me. You ought to see her, Tim. She makes your beauty contest winners look like Marines.
Tim O'Hara: Oh, a real doll, huh?
Uncle Martin: [nods in agreement] She's only three-hundred-and-twelve years old. Doesn't look a day over two-eighty.
Tim O'Hara: Oh! Robbing the cradle!
Uncle Martin: You're pretty smug for someone who can't even read minds.
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