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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Mork & Mindy' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Mork & Mindy':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 14, 1978: Pilot
Season 1, episode 1
W: Dale McRaven   D: Howard Storm

With Jeffrey Jacquet (Eugene), Geoffrey Lewis (Deputy Tilwick), Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Dick Yarmy (Dr. Litney), Jeff Harlan (Bill), Michael Prince (Judge).
Series premiere. Mork, who has been sent from the planet Ork to investigate Earth, encounters Mindy, a girl who tries to teach him earthly ways. But when a lesson about earthly love is needed, Mork goes back in time to seek advice from the Fonz, an expert in the field, who arranges for his friend Laverne to be Mork's first date.

September 21, 1978: Mork Moves In
Season 1, episode 2
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell   D: Howard Storm

Mork, too unfamiliar with earthling ways to go out on his own, moves into the attic of Mindy's apartment over the outraged opposition of her old-fashioned father.

September 28, 1978: Mork Runs Away
Season 1, episode 3
W: April Kelly   D: Joel Zwick

With Jeffrey Jacquet (Eugene), J.D. Hinton (Brad).
Mork leaves Mindy's house because he thinks he's getting in the way of her love life, and ends up staying with a spacy UFO enthusiast.

October 5, 1978: Mork In Love
Season 1, episode 4
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell   D: Harvey Medlinsky

Mork falls passionately in love with a shapely blonde -- a mannequin.

October 12, 1978: Mork's Seduction
Season 1, episode 5
W: Neil Lebowitz   D: Harvey Medlinsky

With Morgan Fairchild (Susan Taylor), Bruce M. Fischer (The Big Man).
Mindy's old rival sets her sights on Mork as revenge for Mindy stealing her boyfriend back in high school.

October 19, 1978: Mork Goes Public
Season 1, episode 6
W: David Misch, April Kelly   D: Joel Zwick

With Jeffrey Jacquet (Eugene), Jeff Altman (Clint Mullet).
Mork decides to reveal himself to be an alien in order to win $25,000 for Mindy's education.

November 2, 1978: To Tell The Truth
Season 1, episode 7
W: April Kelly   D: Joel Zwick

With Jeffrey Jacquet (Eugene), Logan Ramsey (Arnold Wanker), Jeremy West (Funeral Home Attendant), Stu Silver (Paramedic), Fay DeWitt (Annie Wanker).
Mork is so touched by the eulogy for the meanest man in town that he decides to jump-start the man back to life.

November 9, 1978: Mork The Gullible
Season 1, episode 8
W: Neil Lebowitz   D: Howard Storm

With Ed Bernard (Officer Boyd), Dan Barrows (Dittman), Dana Hill (Girl Scout), Wally Dalton (Guard), Pat Cranshaw (Man in Store).
Mork falls for a captured convict's touching tale -- and helps the man escape.

November 16, 1978: A Mommy For Morky
Season 1, episode 9
W: Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Susan Lawrence (Sally), Barry Van Dyke (Dan Phillips).
Mork uses his Orkan age machine to revert to a three-year-old so he can see what having a mother is like.

November 23, 1978: Mork's Greatest Hit
Season 1, episode 10
W: David Misch   D: Howard Storm

With Brion James (George), Kit McDonough (Marcia), Tom Kindle (Rick).
Mork is baffled by Mindy's efforts to teach him Earthling self-defense, so he tries to protect Mindy and himself from the town bully without using any violence.

November 30, 1978: Old Fears
Season 1, episode 11
W: April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Jeffrey Jacquet (Eugene).
Mork, using an Orkan age machine, turns himself into a romantic old gentleman to court Mindy's depressed grandmother.

December 14, 1978: Mork's First Christmas
Season 1, episode 12
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Jeff Chambers

With Jeffrey Jacquet (Eugene), Morgan Fairchild (Susan Taylor), Dave Ketchum (Salesman), Ysabel MacCloskey (Woman), Pat Cranshaw (Old Man).
Mork is frightened and overwhelmed by the mad rush of the Yuletide, but he ends up bringing the true spirit of Christmas to Mindy's family and her "fair-weather" friend Susan.

January 11, 1979: Mork And The Immigrant
Season 1, episode 13
W: David O'Malley, April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Tim Thomerson (Sergei), Ned Wertimer (Clerk).
Mork befriends a Russian immigrant, an "alien" whom he assumes is an extraterrestrial being like himself.

January 18, 1979: Mork The Tolerant
Season 1, episode 14
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell   D: Howard Storm

With Ed Greenberg (Jack).
Mindy is irritated by her grouchy new neighbor, Mr. Bickley, but Mork is determined to be friends and invites him to dinner -- with disastrous results.

January 25, 1979: Young Love
Season 1, episode 15
W: Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Jeffrey Jacquet (Eugene), Tammy Lauren (Holly).
Mork conducts an unusual wedding ceremony for young Eugene and hs girlfriend, who are trying to escape from parental persecution.

February 1, 1979: Snowflakes Keep Dancing On My Head
Season 1, episode 16
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Howard Storm

Mork and Mindy discover the idyllic mountain cabin they borrowed from Exidor for the weekend is a burned-out building with no roof.

February 8, 1979: Mork Goes Erk
Season 1, episode 17
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell   D: Howard Storm

With Morgan Fairchild (Susan), David Letterman (Ellsworth).
Mork breaks the news to Mindy that he has been ordered to leave Earth.

February 15, 1979: Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Season 1, episode 18
W: April Kelly   D: Jeff Chambers

With Don Galloway (FBI Man), Susan Lawrence (Sally), Will Porter (Sleazy).
Mork innocently arranges to buy a baby for $10,000 as a surprise for Mindy.

February 22, 1979: Mork's Mixed Emotions
Season 1, episode 19
W: Tom Tenowich, Ed Scharlach   D: Jeff Chambers

With George Pentecost (Maitre D'), Peter Elbling (French Waiter), Bill Kirchenbauer (Customer).
Mork's long-suppressed emotions are unleashed by a kiss from Mindy.

March 8, 1979: Mork's Night Out
Season 1, episode 20
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Howard Storm

With Ruta Lee (Lisa), Robin Eisenman (Penny), Linda Ewen (Waitress).
Two stunning girls give Mork and Mr. Bickley the surprise of their lives after picking them up at a singles bar.

March 15, 1979: In Mork We Trust
Season 1, episode 21
W: Michael Endler   D: Howard Storm

With Sandie Newton (Jennifer), David Wall (Julius), Bob Arbogast (Policeman).
Mr. Bickley steals the Orkan age machine, causing Mork to go through a series of drastic age changes.

April 12, 1979: Mork Runs Down
Season 1, episode 22
W: Ben Starr   D: Howard Storm

With Henry Polic II (Dr. Phillips), Susan Elliot (Rainbow), Michael Danahy (Customer).
Mork's hours are numbered unless he can get a power recharge from his egg-shaped "gleek" before his birthday arrives.

May 3, 1979: It's A Wonderful Mork
Season 1, episode 23
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Sam Freed (Cliff), Linda Henning (Margaret).
Mork, convinced he is a misfit, decides to leave Earth until Orson shows him what Mindy's life would have been like without him.

May 10, 1979: Mork's Best Friend
Season 1, episode 24
W: Simon Muntner   D: Howard Storm

With George Pentecost (Herman).
Mork's joy over his new pet, Bob the caterpillar, turns to sorrow when he dscovers his pet apparently lifeless.





September 16, 1979: Mork In Wonderland
Season 2, episode 1
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Howard Storm

With Ronnie Schell (Bob Faith), Jeremy Krispien (Jerry Looney), Johnny Haymer (Danny St. Tommy).
Season premiere. When Mindy gives Mork earth medicine for his cold, it causes him to shrink and sends him to an upside-down planet where humor has been banished.

September 23, 1979: Stark Raving Mork
Season 2, episode 2
W: April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

When Mork learns about the Earth custom of kissing and making up, he immediately starts a squabble with Mindy.

September 30, 1979: Mork's Baby Blues
Season 2, episode 3
W: David Misch, April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Dinah Manoff (Kathy), Carl Gottlieb (Justice Abbott).
A gold digger builds an innocent dinner date with Mork into a torrid love affair that she claims has left her with child.

October 7, 1979: Dr. Morkenstein
Season 2, episode 4
W: Bruce Kalish, Philip John Taylor   D: Harvey Medlinsky

With Roddy McDowall (Voice of Chuck the Robot).
Mork pays a doctor to save Chuck, an ailing robot friend, from the junk pile.

October 14, 1979: Mork vs. Mindy
Season 2, episode 5
W: David Misch   D: Howard Storm

With Jim Staahl (Nelson Flavor), Jerrold Ziman (Shop Owner), Jeff Harlan (Customer), Anna Upstorm (Suzy).
A city councilman ignites a comic war between Mork and Mindy when he hires both for a job, then realizes he only needs one of them.

October 21, 1979: Mork Gets Mindy-itis
Season 2, episode 6
W: Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Bill Morey (Mr. Pendergast), Lloyd Kino (Mr. Wang).
Mork develops an allergic reaction to Mindy which causes him to burst into unpredictable and uncontrollable fits of laughter.

October 28, 1979: A Morkville Horror
Season 2, episode 7
W: Tom Tenowich, Ed Scharlach   D: Howard Storm

On the eve of Halloween, spooky spirits from Mindy's past invade the apartment, causing furniture to topple and rooms to change color.

November 4, 1979: Mork's Health Hints
Season 2, episode 8
W: David Misch   D: Howard Storm

With Anita Dangler (Virginia), Michelle Downey (Susie), Kim Fields (Patty), Wayne Morton (Doctor), Vernon Weddle (Mr. Burnett).
Mork discovers that Mindy, in the hospital for a tonsillectomy, has been listed under the wrong name and scheduled for brain surgery.

November 11, 1979: Dial 'N' For Nelson
Season 2, episode 9
W: David Misch, April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Franceen Cornfield (Cherry), Timothy Blake (Madge), Dick Yarmy (Ron), John Miranda (Cop), Roger Simpson-Harris (Club Owner).
Mork attempts to find out who is pulling dirty political tricks on Nelson by having Mindy infiltrate a seedy dance hall.

November 18, 1979: Mork vs. The Necrotons
Season 2, episode 10
W: Alan Eisenstock, Larry Mintz   D: Howard Storm

With Raquel Welch (Captain Nirvana), Vicki Frederick (Sutra), Debra Jo Fondren (Kama).
Mork is sent into orbit by a beautiful alien from a rival planet which is preparing for an invasion of Earth.

November 25, 1979: Hold That Mork
Season 2, episode 11
W: Bruce Kalish, Philip John Taylor   D: Howard Storm

With Linda Henning (Pam Stockhaus), James Staley (Stu Scully), Melanie Vincz (Kathy), Lorrie Mahaffey (Ann), Joyce Mandell (Peggy Black).
Cheerleaders from the Denver Broncos' Pony Express encourage Mork to try out for their squad and become pro football's first male cheerleader.

December 2, 1979: Exidor Affair
Season 2, episode 12
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Howard Storm

With Georgia Engel (Ambrosia Malspar).
Mork's spaced-out friend Exidor has a hard time adjusting when he finally finds a girlfriend who isn't invisible.

December 9, 1979: The Mork Syndrome
Season 2, episode 13
W: April Kelly, David O'Malley   D: Howard Storm

With Robert Hogan (Capt. Chapman), David Haskell (Lt. Chambers), Ty Henderson (Airman Endo), Alan McRae (Airman McFarland).
Thinking the Air Force is a travel club, Mork dons a uniform and becomes Lt. Mork Fromork. He then recruits Mindy to join him on a mission to the site of a nuclear accident.

December 16, 1979: Exidor's Wedding
Season 2, episode 14
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Howard Storm

With Georgia Engel (Ambrosia Malspar), Anita Dangler (Princess Lusitania).
Exidor's mother tries to stop his marriage by chaining herself in Mindy's living room during the bachelor party.

January 3, 1980: A Mommy For Mindy
Season 2, episode 15
W: April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Shelley Fabares (Cathy), Missy Francis (Little Mindy).
When Mindy's dad returns to Boulder with a young woman he has just married, Mork is happy but Mindy is not.

January 10, 1980: The Night They Raided Mind-skis
Season 2, episode 16
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Ed Peck (Jim Blake), Nancy Steen (Helen Anderson), Tom Kindle (Lloyd Prescott).
Mindy is targeted by a hooded fanatical group which plans to "clean up" Boulder.

January 17, 1980: Mork Learns To See
Season 2, episode 17
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Tom Sullivan (Tom Bickley), Terence McGovern (Club Manager).
When Mr. Bickley's blind son comes to visit, Mork learns to see the world differently.

January 24, 1980: Mork's Vacation
Season 2, episode 18
W: Tom Tenowich, Ed Scharlach   D: Howard Storm

With Jack Dodson (Ricky), Blanche Bronte (Rosa DaVinci), Angela Aames (Girl #1), Lisa Katz (Girl #2), James Jarnagin (Boy #1), Scott Marshall (Scott), Jim Gatherum (Boy #2).
Needing a "mental vacation", Mork gets Orson's permission to swap bodies with other aliens; Jean and Remo's mother visits Boulder.

January 31, 1980: Jeanie Loves Mork
Season 2, episode 19
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Beverly Dixon (Woman).
Mindy takes a job writing the Miss Lonely Hearts newspaper column and unknowingly encourages Jean to pursue a romantic relationship with Mork.

February 7, 1980: Little Orphan Morkie
Season 2, episode 20
W: Bruce Kalish, Philip John Taylor   D: Howard Storm

With Charles Lane (Judge Baker), Noah Hathaway (Jud), Priscilla Morrill (Miss Kalinowski).
Mork could be deported unless he marries an American or finds someone to adopt him.

February 14, 1980: Looney Tunes And Morkie Melodies
Season 2, episode 21
W: Tom Tenowich, Ed Scharlach   D: Howard Storm

With Peggy Pope (Mrs. Thompson), Pamela Sye (Pamela), Jeff Cotler (Jeff).
Mork recruits his friends to turn the hour devoted to Nelson's Saturday morning campaign speech into a variety show for kids.

February 28, 1980: Clerical Error
Season 2, episode 22
W: April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Gary Goodrow (Father Denny), Mary Betten (Woman in Church), Wendy Cutler (Future Bride), Brad Savage (Boy in Church), Paul Willson (Suicidal Confessor).
Mork thinks he is a priest when he dresses in a black jacket and white collar, and begins advising church parishioners.

March 20, 1980: Invasion Of The Mork Snatchers
Season 2, episode 23
W: Tom Tenowich, Ed Scharlach   D: Howard Storm

With Samantha Harper (Mrs. L.W.), Sheryl Bolt (Goodball Saleswoman), Alice Borden (Floor Wax Saleswoman), Terrence McNally (Laxative Salesman), Gavin Muir (Boy).
When Mork becomes addicted to advertising he becomes a "buy-a-holic", causing problems for Mindy.

May 1, 1980: The Way Mork Were
Season 2, episode 24
W: April Kelly, David Misch   D: Howard Storm

When marital problems plague Mindy's father, he turns to Mork and Mindy for help.





November 13, 1980: Putting The Ork Back In Mork
Season 3, episode 1
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Amy Tenowich (Lola), Elliot Jaffe (Elliot), Jonathan Ian (Jonathan), Julia Hendler (Julia), Vidal Peterson (The Elder), Stephanie Kayano (Stephanie).
Mindy becomes so alarmed when Mork starts behaving like a boring, conservative Earthling that she suggests he find a new place to live, but an Orkan elder arrives and attempts to make Mork revert to his Orkan ways.

November 20, 1980: Mork In Never Never Land
Season 3, episode 2
W: Wendy Kout   D: Howard Storm

With David Spielberg (Peter Pan), Virginia Capers (Nurse Tula), Dick Yarmy (Sid).
Mork discovers that his pen pal is living at an insane asylum and believes that he is Peter Pan; Mindy anxiously awaits word of whether she's received a college scholarship.

November 27, 1980: Dueling Skates
Season 3, episode 3
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Garry Marshall

With Priscilla Morrill (Mrs. Fowler), Bill Morey (Carl Simpson), Tom Kindle (Bozz), Reid Smith (Wheels Simpson).
To save the day care center where he works from becoming a parking lot, Mork challenges a champion roller skater to a race down a treacherous mountain and through the city of Boulder.

December 4, 1980: Mork The Prankster
Season 3, episode 4
W: Wendy Kout, George Zateslo   D: Jeff Chambers

With Corey Feldman (Billy), Bill Kirchenbauer (Todd Norman Taylor), William Bumiller (Derrick), Stephanie Kayano (Stephanie), Amy Tenowich (Lola).
After Mindy introduces Mork to the concept of practical jokes, he puts her jeep in their second-floor apartment; Mindy discovers Glenda Faye is feeling lonely and unhappy.

December 11, 1980: Mork, The Monkey's Uncle
Season 3, episode 5
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Joe Howard (Veterinarian).
Mork takes a chimp from the zoo after the chimp's mother goes missing; Mindy decides to bleach her hair.

December 18, 1980: Gunfight At The Mork-Kay Corral
Season 3, episode 6
W: Stuart Gillard   D: Jeff Chambers

With Amy Tenowich (Lola), Corey Feldman (Billy), Jonathan Ian (Jonathan), Stephanie Kayano (Stephanie).
A boy at Mork's day-care center becomes obsessed with Billy the Kid and gets into a showdown with Mork.

January 1, 1981: Mork's New Look
Season 3, episode 7
W: April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Shelley Fabares (Cathy McConnell), Sandy Sprung (Woman), Angus Duncan (Bob Turnbow), Ilene Graff (Receptionist), Stephanie Kayano (Stephanie), Amy Tenowich (Lola).
Mindy's dad wants to get plastic surgery to look younger, which inspires Mork to go to a plastic surgeon too.

January 8, 1981: Alas, Poor Mork, We Knew Him Well
Season 3, episode 8
W: Steve Kreinberg, Andrew Guerdat   D: Howard Storm

With William Porter (Ernest).
An insurance salesman scares Mork about dying from natural disasters, so he seals himself into a glass bubble in the living room.

January 15, 1981: Mork And The Bum Rap
Season 3, episode 9
W: Deborah Raznick, John B. Collins   D: Howard Storm

With Ross Martin (Godfrey), John Miranda (Man #1), Ed Greenberg (Man #2), Raymond Fitzpatrick (Ticket Agent).
Mork becomes a bum in order to help Mindy open a children's hospital.

January 22, 1981: Mindy Gets Her Job
Season 3, episode 10
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Amy Tenowich (Lola), Foster Brooks (Miles Sternhagen), Pat Cranshaw (Jake Loomis), Jessica Hoyt (Mandy McDonald), Stephanie Kayano (Stephanie).
Mindy gets a job on a local TV news program, but when a blizzard keeps newscasters from getting to the station Mindy has to do the whole news show herself -- with help from Mork.

February 5, 1981: Twelve Angry Appliances
Season 3, episode 11
W: Jeff Reno, Ron Osborn   D: Howard Storm

With Amy Tenowich (Lola), Richard Libertini (Mr. Strand), Jonathan Ian (Jonathan), Stephanie Kayano (Stephanie).
Mork gets revenge when a dishonest repairman refuses to fix Mindy's stereo, by putting him on trial before a jury of broken appliances.

February 12, 1981: There's A New Mork In Town
Season 3, episode 12
W: Jeff Reno, Ron Osborn   D: Howard Storm

With Lyle Waggoner (Xerko).
Another Orkan comes down to Earth to challenge Mork for the job of reporting to Orson.

February 19, 1981: Mork Meets Robin Williams
Season 3, episode 13
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Howard Storm

With Foster Brooks (Miles Sternhagen), Hillary Horan (Young Girl), Rance Howard (Guard), Johnnie Decker (Man).
Mindy brings home a record of Robin Williams and notices that Mork greatly resembles the comedian on the album cover.

February 26, 1981: Mindy, Mindy, Mindy
Season 3, episode 14
W: Steve Kreinberg, Andrew Guerdat   D: Howard Storm

With Larry Gelman (Al Klevins), Vidal Peterson (The Elder).
Mindy goes away for the weekend, and Mork goes crazy missing her so he tries several times to clone Mindy, but each clone is worse than the last.

March 12, 1981: Mork, The Swinging Single
Season 3, episode 15
W: Wendy Kout   D: Howard Storm

With Bill Kirchenbauer (Todd Norman Taylor), Catherine Campbell (Pepper), Wendy Hoffman (Sheri).
Mindy tells Mork she thinks they should date other people. Mork then takes lessons from a swinger and turns into a party animal.

March 26, 1981: Mork And Mindy Meet Rick And Ruby
Season 3, episode 16
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Howard Storm

With Brian Self (Rick), Monica Ganas (Ruby), Joshua Brody (Raoul).
Mindy leads a picket line on Remo's restaurant after he fires an unsuccessful singing duo.

April 9, 1981: Mork And The Family Reunion
Season 3, episode 17
W: April Kelly   D: Howard Storm

With Jonathan Winters (Dave McConnell), Beverly Sanders (Caroline McConnell).
Fred's estranged brother comes into town for a family reunion, but something strange happens when Mindy eats an Orkan dessert the night of the party.

April 16, 1981: Old Muggable Mork
Season 3, episode 18
W: John B. Collins, Deborah Raznick   D: Don Barnhart

With Charles Thomas Murphy (Mugger), Anthony Peck (Mugger), Ron Recasner (Policeman), Brian Cutler (Policeman), Scott Marshall (Boy Scout).
When Mindy's grandmother comes to visit she is mugged, so Mork disguises himself as an old lady to catch the muggers.

April 30, 1981: I Heard It Through The Morkvine
Season 3, episode 19
W: Jeff Reno, Ron Osborn   D: Howard Storm

With Foster Brooks (Miles Sternhagen), Pat Cranshaw (Jake Loomis).
Mork takes Mindy's place on a TV newscast and turns into a gossip columnist, revealing some tasty but hurtful rumors about his friends.

May 7, 1981: Mindy And Mork
Season 3, episode 20
W: Brian Levant   D: Howard Storm

With Elinor Donahue (Dr. Joni Lincoln).
Mindy and Mork reverse roles when Mindy works late hours on a new TV call-in show, and Mork has to do the housework.

May 14, 1981: Reflections And Regrets
Season 3, episode 21
W: Ed Scharlach, Tom Tenowich   D: Howard Storm

With Amy Tenowich (Lola), Stephanie Kayano (Stephanie).
At Mr. Bickley's 50th birthday party everyone shares what they regret in their life, but Mindy refuses to share hers with everyone as it's too personal.





October 8, 1981: Limited Engagement
Season 4, episode 1
W: Brian Levant   D: Bob Claver

With Pat Cranshaw (Jake Loomis).
Mork proposes to Mindy, but she declines his offer. Mork asks for 24 hours to change her mind.

October 15, 1981: The Wedding
Season 4, episode 2
W: Alan Eisenstock, Larry Mintz   D: Bob Claver

With James Staley (Reverend), Stephanie Dizon (Stephanie), Shelley Fabares (Cathy McConnell).
Against direct orders from Orson, Mork goes ahead with his plan to marry Mindy.

October 22, 1981: The Honeymoon
Season 4, episode 3
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Bob Claver

With Lou Carry (Clerk).
Mork and Mindy take their honeymoon on Ork, but Mindy becomes a tourist attraction; Mork doesn't understand Earth honeymoon customs and confesses to Mindy that he's scared of being married.

October 29, 1981: Three The Hard Way
Season 4, episode 4
W: Richard Rosenstock, Roy Teicher   D: Bob Claver

With Maggie Roswell (Donna Hammond).
Mork discovers he's pregnant after he and Mindy return from their honeymoon.

November 5, 1981: Mama Mork, Papa Mindy
Season 4, episode 5
W: Wendy Kout, George Zateslo   D: Frank Buxton

The newborn Mearth seems to show more affection for Mork than for Mindy, and Mindy feels left out.

November 12, 1981: My Dad Can't Beat Up Anyone
Season 4, episode 6
W: Dale McRaven, Bruce Johnson   D: Frank Buxton

With Stanley Kamel (Charlie), Lee Weaver (Gus), Hugh Gillin (Dave).
Mork pretends to be a superhero for Mearth's sake after the boy is threatened.

November 19, 1981: Long Before We Met. . .
Season 4, episode 7
W: John B. Collins, Deborah Raznick   D: Frank Buxton

With Paul Reubens (Dickie Nimitz), Robin Strand (Steve Sanders), Marilyn Kagan (Althea), Laura Carlson (Messenger).
Mork accompanies Mindy to her high school reunion and gets upset when Mindy associates with an old boyfirend, so he travels back in time to her prom night to try to break them up.

November 26, 1981: Rich Mork, Poor Mork
Season 4, episode 8
W: Richard Rosenstock, Roy Teicher   D: Frank Buxton

With Jennifer Wallace (Sissy).
Mork turns to Exidor for financial advice, and winds up investing all the family's money in Exidor's boutique.

December 3, 1981: Alienation
Season 4, episode 9
W: Wendy Kout, George Zateslo   D: Don Barnhart

With John Larroquette (Baba Hope), Richard Moll (Baba Gentle).
After Mork and Mindy tell Mearth he's an alien, Mearth gets upset and runs away from home to join a cult.

December 17, 1981: P.S. 2001
Season 4, episode 10
W: Cindy Begel, Lesa Kite   D: Bob Claver

With Harvey Lembeck (Ovits), Maureen Arthur (Zelka), Louanne Sirota (Miss Geezba).
Mearth is sent to school on Ork, but comes home crying because the other kids make fun of him and he hates the teacher.

January 7, 1982: Pajama Game II
Season 4, episode 11
W: Cindy Begel, Lesa Kite   D: Bob Claver

With Harvey Lembeck (Ovits), Maureen Arthur (Zelka).
Mearth invites his voluptuous Orkan classmate Zelka to spend the night, causing Mork and Mindy to have to explain the facts of life to Mearth.

January 14, 1982: Present Tense
Season 4, episode 12
W: Winifred Hervey   D: Bob Claver

With Ray Girardin (Phil), Maria Lanahan (Fatima).
Mork and Mindy encounter difficulty in finding something to talk about while Mearth is away.

January 21, 1982: Metamorphosis - The TV Show
Season 4, episode 13
W: Bob Perlow, Gene Braunstein   D: Bob Claver

With Charles Bloom (Daniel Pierson), Pat Cranshaw (Jake Loomis), Jillian Kesner (Judi Marino), Randy Brooks (Stan Jackson), Cary Zateslo (Tommy Nesbitt).
A short circuit causes Mork and Mearth to switch minds.

February 4, 1982: Drive, She Said
Season 4, episode 14
W: Cindy Begel, Lesa Kite   D: Bob Claver

With Bill Kirchenbauer (Todd Norman Taylor), Max Maven (S. Devlin).
Mork goes to a driving school, but when he takes his driving test he thinks his examiner is the devil.

February 11, 1982: I Don't Remember Mama
Season 4, episode 15
W: John B. Collins, Deborah Raznick   D: Bob Claver

With Martin Ferrero (Salesman).
Orson erases Mork's family from Mork's memory in order for Mork to focus on his work.

February 18, 1982: Mork, Mindy And Mearth Meet MILT
Season 4, episode 16
W: Wendy Kout, George Zateslo   D: Bob Claver

With William Shatner (Himself), John Houseman (Voice of MILT).
Following a brief visit from a space traveler, Mork builds a home computer that subsequently takes over and holds everyone hostage.

April 15, 1982: Midas Mork
Season 4, episode 17
W: Wendy Kout, George Zateslo   D: Bob Claver

With George Pentecost (Quentin), Tracy Austin (Herself), Kathleen McIntyre (Miss Beasley).
Mork learns the secret of turning polyester into gold.

April 22, 1982: Cheerleaders In Chains
Season 4, episode 18
W: Cindy Begel, Lesa Kite   D: Bob Claver

With Barbara Billingsley (Mrs. Bailey), Phillip R. Allen (George Logan), Judy Pioli (Matron), Larry Carroll (Himself), Paul Willson (Bob Miller).
Mindy is held in contempt of court for refusing to reveal a source of news.

May 6, 1982: Gotta Run (1)
Season 4, episode 19
W: Cindy Begel, Lesa Kite   D: Don Barnhart

With Joe Regalbuto (Kalnik), Ilene Graff (Tracy Andrews), Milton James (Waiter).
Mork and Mindy are overjoyed when they meet Kalnik, an alien from Neptune who has also married an Earthling.

May 13, 1982: Gotta Run (2)
Season 4, episode 20
W: Richard Gurman   D: Bob Claver

With Joe Regalbuto (Kalnik), Don Dubbins (Secretary General), Kristin Larkin (Suzanne), Nancy Eddo (Stella Benson), Jim Greenleaf (Donald).
In an attempt to stop the evil Kalnik, Mork decides to admit to the world that he's an alien.

May 20, 1982: Gotta Run (3)
Season 4, episode 21
W: Alan Eisenstock, Larry Mintz   D: Bob Claver

With Joe Regalbuto (Kalnik), Mark Fenske (Tom), Stephen Stucker (Billy Vincent), Dan Barrows (Maury), John Bristol (Ebu), Chea Collette (Belk), Keith Coogan (Scotti).
As a result of his notoriety, Mork is faced with fans, marketing executives and Kalnik.

May 27, 1982: The Mork Report
Season 4, episode 22
W: Winifred Hervey   D: Robin Williams

Mork bucks hard for a promotion from leader Orson on planet Ork, and unintentionally comes up with a report on how to stay happily married on Earth. (Last show of the series.)


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