While Martin is working on his ship, he overcharges the magnetic field which accidentally pulls in a Slobodian astro-ship and its beautiful female pilot from its space orbit. While he ...
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While Martin is working on his ship, he overcharges the magnetic field which accidentally pulls in a Slobodian astro-ship and its beautiful female pilot from its space orbit. While he figures out how to solve the dilemma, he erases the pilot's memory placing it on Martian tape, and he brings her back to the apartment. Martin tells her she's his niece, Zelda, and that she has a case of amnesia. Zelda is a naturally suspicious person, which is part of the subconscious memory she still retains. Martin figures he can fix Zelda's ship in 24 hours using his own ship as a parts supplier, but is working against two time factors: the space agency has narrowed down where they figure Zelda's ship has crashed, and Mrs. Brown's psychologist nephew, George, is trying to help Zelda unlock her subconscious memory. One further problem is that Mrs. Brown found Zelda's memory tape and has gained Zelda's memory of being an astro-pilot, turning Mrs. Brown into a split personality. Martin manages to fix ...Written by
Martin speaks what would prove to be a very foreboding line: "I'm a Martian, Tim; not a magician!" In 1973, Bill Bixby would go on to star in his own series, The Magician (1973), where he played the title role. And in his fourth TV series, he would invite Ray Walston to co-star with him in The Incredible Hulk: My Favorite Magician (1979), where Ray himself would play a magician. Destiny came full circle for both. See more »