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Mork (26 Episodes)
Mindy McConnell (26 Episodes)
— (26 Episodes)
Orson (26 Episodes)
Franklin Delano Bickley (26 Episodes)
— (1 Episode)
Pamela (1 Episode)
Exidor (1 Episode)
Script Supervisor (26 Episodes)
Producer (26 Episodes)
Anthony W. Marshall
Writer (7 Episodes)
Writer (3 Episodes)
Mork shrinks after taking a cold capsule.
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While shrunk, Mork finds himself in an odd world.
To keep excitement in his relationship with Mindy, Mork starts fights with her and then wants to kiss and make up.
Due to a misunderstanding about Monopoly money, gold-digger Kathy believes Mork is rich, and claims she is carrying his child.
Working as a security guard in a science museum, Mork befriends a robot.
After Mork and Mindy are hired as campaign workers by Mindy's cousin, Nelson Flavor, who is running for city councilman, they end up competing for the same job.
Mork discovers he is allergic to Mindy, when he has uncontrollable fits of laughter (the Orkan equivalent to sneezing) around her.
On Halloween, Mork and Mindy believe the house she grew up in is haunted.
While in the hospital, Mindy is mistakenly scheduled for brain surgery.
When Nelson receives threatening phone calls, Mork and Mindy investigate a shady club.
Mork is romanced by another alien.
Mork is threatened by another alien.
Mork becomes a cheerleader for the Denver Broncos, making him pro football's first male cheerleader.
Exidor wants to propose to a meter maid and asks Mork for help.
Mork goes on a secret mission for the Air Force.
Exidor's mother shows up and tries to keep her son from getting married.
When Mindy's dad visits with a younger woman he has just married, Mork is happy, but Mindy is not.
Mindy is targeted by a bigoted fanatical group.
When Mr. Bickley's blind son comes to visit, Mork learns to see the world differently.
Needing a vacation, Mork gets Orson's permission to swap bodies with other aliens.
Mindy secretly writes for a newspaper's lonely hearts column and unknowingly gives advice to Jeanie, who then falls for Mork.
Mork could be deported, unless he marries an American or finds someone to adopt him.
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Mork recruits his friends to turn the hour devoted to Nelson's 7am, Saturday morning campaign speech into a variety show for kids.
Mork thinks he is a priest when he dresses in a black jacket and white collar, and begins advising church parishioners.
When Mork becomes addicted to advertising, he becomes a ""buy-a-holic"", causing problems for Mindy.
When marital problems plague Mindy's father, he turns to Mork and Mindy for help.
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