During an electrical storm, Martin gets an affliction called popsy, which causes him to appear and disappear uncontrollably. With Tim's help, Martin needs to long ground himself ... See full summary »

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During an electrical storm, Martin gets an affliction called popsy, which causes him to appear and disappear uncontrollably. With Tim's help, Martin needs to long ground himself electrically to cure the popsy. Just as he does so, Mrs. Brown drops by and accidentally completes the grounding. In doing so, she gets Martin's levitation power. Martin temporarily fixes the symptom of appearing and disappearing by a concoction of household cleaners. But that is only in a need to get his levitation powers back from Mrs. Brown, which requires an electrically charged transfer. With much maneuvering and wiring and some hand holding (to control Mrs. Brown's levitation, but which she construes as Martin being affectionate with her), Martin manages to do the transfer successfully. After that, Martin and Tim need to try the grounding procedure once again. Just as they are about to do it, Mrs. Brown comes by once again, which Martin and Tim think will cause the transfer of the levitation power all ... Written by Huggo

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24 May 1964 (USA)  »

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During one scene when Bill Bixby's character is speaking gibberish, he uses the term komack, which is the name of the writer of this script. See more »

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Shortly after Mrs. Brown's brother Stanley (Justin Smith) arrives, he spots Uncle Martin (Ray Walston) on the steps to Tim's apartment. As Stanley leans over into his car, Martin pops uncontrollably into invisibility. When Martin vanishes, however, the shadow of someone moving around near the apartment doorway (probably Ray Walston after scurrying out of the shot) can be seen at the top of the stairs. See more »

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