My Favorite Martian (1963–1966)
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Martin's Revoltin' Development 

Tim is sent on assignment with young photographer, Jimmy McClain. Tim isn't looking forward to the experience as Jimmy is a walking disaster zone. Martin knows however that Jimmy has a ... See full summary »

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Tim is sent on assignment with young photographer, Jimmy McClain. Tim isn't looking forward to the experience as Jimmy is a walking disaster zone. Martin knows however that Jimmy has a self-fulfilling failure complex which stems from his childhood, and thus Martin wants to help him out of it. At the story, Jimmy, with Martin's help, gets an exclusive photograph which does include Martin. However Martin is currently photograph invisible. If the photograph is developed and shown, it may disclose Martin's Martian identity. Martin destroys the photograph, and as a result, Jimmy is fired. Martin feels he owes Jimmy, so uses his futuroid camera is find out tomorrow's newspaper's front page headline. It involves notorious gangster Joey Makin. Tim is hesitant to tell Jimmy only because of the potential danger seeing as to Makin's history, but Martin insists. A problem occurs just prior to going off on the story as Jimmy hits Martin's equilibrium machine, which makes Jimmy lose his balance for... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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16 January 1966 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the TV show The Life of Riley (1953) quote that was a standard comic exclamation by William Bendix as Chester A. Riley: "What a revoltin' development this is!" See more »

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