Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 14, 1978
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
ABC TV Network
Genre
Mork & Mindy tv show photo

Mork & Mindy

Mork is a bumbling alien from the planet Mork sent to Earth, in his egg, to study it's inhabitants. He will report to his unseen superior, Orson, until reassigned. On Earth, he meets Mindy McConnell, an average woman who takes him in and shelters him.

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Last Episode

04x22 The Mork Report Aired: May. 27, 1982

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 …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 4 seasons and 95 episodes air between 1978 and 1982.

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Series Fun Facts

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  • Fred and Cora were written out at the start of the second season as it was felt the two didn't fit well into the show's younger demographics. The move was unpopular with viewers, and Fred and…
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    Fred and Cora were written out at the start of the second season as it was felt the two didn't fit well into the show's younger demographics. The move was unpopular with viewers, and Fred and Cora were both brought back by the third season.
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  • Pam Dawber did not audition for the role of Mindy. To sell the show to the network, Garry Marshall edited clips together of Dawber's performance from a failed ABC series entitled "Sister…
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    Pam Dawber did not audition for the role of Mindy. To sell the show to the network, Garry Marshall edited clips together of Dawber's performance from a failed ABC series entitled "Sister Terri," with existing footage of Robin Williams', earlier guest appearance as Mork on Happy Days. ABC was sold on the idea and the show was picked up. Dawber later learned she had been cast in the series via industry trade paper "Variety."
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  • Many of the gags seen on the show were on-the-spot improvisations by Robin Williams, and later by Williams and Jonathan Winters. The improvisations proved so effective and popular that the…
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    Many of the gags seen on the show were on-the-spot improvisations by Robin Williams, and later by Williams and Jonathan Winters. The improvisations proved so effective and popular that the series' writers soon included specific sections in the scripts where Williams was allowed to perform freely, marked as "Robin goes off here." If you pay attention to Pam Dawber, you can often see her having difficulty not laughing at the ad libs.
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