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      Season 4 – Mork & Mindy

      1981 Comedy Fantasy List
      100% 6 Reviews Tomatometer Mork, an alien from the planet Ork on a mission to Earth to study human behavior, travels to 1970s Boulder, Colo., where he meets up with Mindy, a young journalism graduate, after his egg-shaped spacecraft lands there. The bumbling alien is trying to get a handle on Earth culture, and his frequent dispatches back to his home planet give him the opportunity to sound off on human foibles. This spinoff of "Happy Days" features Robin Williams as Mork in an early starring role for the comic actor. As Mork would say, "Na-nu, na-nu!" Read More Read Less

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      Episode 1 Aired Oct 8, 1981 Limited Engagement Mork proposes to Mindy on bended knee. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 15, 1981 The Wedding Opposed to Mork's marriage, Orson decides to stop it by turning him into a dog. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 22, 1981 The Honeymoon Mindy and Mork take an interplanetary honeymoon. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 29, 1981 Three the Hard Way Mork tries to hide the egg he laid when he thinks that Mindy doesn't want to start a family. Details Episode 5 Aired Nov 5, 1981 Mama Mork, Papa Mindy Mindy feels left out when their newborn son, Mearth, accepts Mork as his mother. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 12, 1981 My Dad Can't Beat Up Anybody Mork becomes a crimefighting super hero to gain his son's respect. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 19, 1981 Long Before We Met Mork journeys back in time to Mindy's high-school prom to see if she would have loved him if she knew him then. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 26, 1981 Rich Mork, Poor Mork Mearth thinks his parents don't love him after hearing them squabble over expensive toys. Details Episode 9 Aired Dec 3, 1981 Alienation Upset over being different from other children, Mearth runs away and joins a cult. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 17, 1981 P.S. 2001 Mearth begins school on Ork. Details Episode 11 Aired Jan 7, 1982 Pajama Game II One of Mearth's sleep-over school friends turns out to be voluptuous classmate Zelka. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 14, 1982 Present Tense With Mearth away for a week, Mork decides to dazzle Mindy with a Moroccan feast, complete with a belly dancer. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 21, 1982 Metamorphosis -- The TV Show Mindy's problems with her boss are intensified when Mork and Mearth exchange minds. Details Episode 14 Aired Feb 4, 1982 Drive, She Said Mork mistakes the examiner assigned to give him a driving test to be a reincarnation of the devil. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 11, 1982 I Don't Remember Mama All of Mork's Earth memory is erased by Orson when Mork, beset by family responsibilities, neglects his job of reporting back to his planet. Details Episode 16 Aired Feb 18, 1982 Mork, Mindy and Mearth Meet Milt Mork builds a home computer that is so advanced it takes him, Mindy and Mearth hostage. Details Episode 17 Aired Apr 15, 1982 Midas Mork When Mork learns how to make gold he buys Mindy a mansion and hires Tracy Austin as Mearth's tennis instructor. Details Episode 18 Aired Apr 22, 1982 Cheerleader in Chains Mork resorts to Orkan trickery when Mindy is jailed for not revealing a news source. Details Episode 19 Aired May 6, 1982 Gotta Run Mork is overjoyed when he meets an alien who has apparently also married an earthling. Details Episode 20 Aired May 13, 1982 Gotta Run Mork decides his only chance of living is to go public about his real identity when he and Mindy are captured by Kalnik. Details Episode 21 Aired May 20, 1982 Gotta Run While trying to elude Kalnik, Mork and Mindy accidentally get caught in a time warp that takes them to prehistoric times. Details Episode 22 Aired May 27, 1982 The Mork Report Seeking a promotion from Orson, Mork puts together a report on how to stay happily married on Earth. Details

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      Susan King Los Angeles Times Mork's expressions of "Nanu! Nanu!" and "Shazbat" became part of American slang. Jul 18, 2018 Full Review David Wiegand San Francisco Chronicle In retrospect, [bringing in Winters] was probably a bad idea if it was meant to save the show, but still, here were the two greatest boundary-busting TV comics of all time, behaving like the overgrown precocious children that, at heart, they both were. Jul 18, 2018 Full Review Jess Cagle Entertainment Weekly Mork, the cosmic tourist from the planet Ork, ranks right up there with the most brilliantly conceived characters ever to be (barely) contained on the small screen. Jul 18, 2018 Full Review Nick Venable CinemaBlend Its last season was a bit of a mess...but this Garry Marshall co-creation was anchored by solid jokes, Williams' otherworldly chemistry with co-star Pam Dawber, and his conversations with his homeworld superior Orson. Jul 18, 2018 Full Review Meghan Daum Baltimore Sun Watching Mork again makes you wonder if that puffy-haired, whirling dervish of an alien was, if not Williams' greatest role, ultimately his most personal one. Jul 18, 2018 Full Review Josh Jackson Paste Magazine Things went largely downhill...with the introduction of Jonathan Winters as Mork and Mindy's "baby" in Season 4, but even bad Mork & Mindy was better than most sitcoms of its era. Jul 18, 2018 Full Review

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      StephenPaul C LOL, the funniest final 22 episodes ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 06/27/23 Full Review Post a review

      Season Info

      Bob Claver, Don Barnhart, Frank Buxton, Robin Williams
      Wendy Kout, Cindy Begel, Alan Eisenstock, Wini Hervey, Deborah Raznick, Dale McRaven, Bob Perlow, Roby Teicher, Brian Levant, Lesa Kite, George Zateslo, Bruce Johnson, Larry Mintz, John B. Collins, Richard Rosenstock, Gene Braunstein
      Comedy, Fantasy
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Oct 8, 1981