Tim inadvertently gets possession of a distress note from Agent 006 of Top Secret, code named TopSecte, an organization to prevent worldwide hostilities. Agent 006 is being tracked by Crush...
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Tim inadvertently gets possession of a distress note from Agent 006 of Top Secret, code named TopSecte, an organization to prevent worldwide hostilities. Agent 006 is being tracked by Crush - an international group of cutthroats who are against everything - whose undercover headquarters Agent 006 had found. Tim takes this information to TopSecte headquarters, and since Tim now knows too much, is taken under protective custody by TopSecte. As an alternative, they ask him to assist Agent 004, the only agent of which Crush is unaware, to help defeat Crush and save 006. Despite Tim's apprehensions, Martin tries to talk him into doing it for the good of the planet. Tim ultimately agrees when he sees 004, a gorgeous woman named Kitty. Tim gets code name 006 3/4. Tim goes through some basic training, just barely passing, but is placed in the field with 004 regardless. With invisible Martin's help, Tim and Kitty infiltrate Crush headquarters. With some bumpy paths along the way, they manage ...Written by
This is an episode that shows how really fresh and funny "My Favorite Martian" could be. Instead of the usual Mrs. Brown/Detective Brenner almost discover Uncle Martin is a Martian stuff, this is a funny send up of James Bond and "The Man from UNCLE" as well as the spy craze that hit TV in the mid-1960's. Bill Bixby gets to show off his comic chops and slapstick abilities while Ray Walston displays excellent timing. They are given great support from veteran character actor Dan Seymour and actress Susanne Cramer (who I swore was Elke Sommer throughout the entire episode) as well as a terrific script. A MUST-SEE for "MFM" fans.
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