History Series / MorkAndMindy

30th Nov '16 9:35:18 PM Mdumas43073
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* AlienAmongUs: Since it is a spin-off, aliens are also presumably canon in ''Happy Days'', they just do not make an appearance. Which is just strange.

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* AlienAmongUs: Since it is And since it's a spin-off, spinoff of ''Happy Days'', aliens are also presumably canon in ''Happy Days'', they that show's universe but just do not never make an appearance.appearance outside the one time. Which is just strange.
30th Nov '16 9:21:34 PM Mdumas43073
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* BadassCape: In the episode 'Watcher of Earth,' an alien named Xerko came to Earth and challenged Mork to a battle. Before the battle, he put on a Badass Cape... only to tear it off in an exaggerated twirl.

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* BadassCape: In the episode 'Watcher "Watcher of Earth,' Earth", an alien named Xerko came comes to Earth and challenged challenges Mork to a battle. Before the battle, he put puts on a Badass Cape... only to tear it off in an exaggerated twirl.



* {{Corpsing}}: Often. It's really hard to keep a straight face when Creator/RobinWilliams is around. One especially noticeable example was in an episode homaging ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife.'' Mork is supposed to be invisible and inaudible as he observes Mindy's life without him. Pam Dawber makes a valiant but ultimately futile effort to keep a straight face to Robin's antics.

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* {{Corpsing}}: Often. It's really hard to keep a straight face when Creator/RobinWilliams is around. One especially noticeable example was comes in an episode homaging ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife.'' the "It's a Wonderful Mork" episode: Mork is supposed to be invisible and inaudible as he observes Mindy's life without him. him, so Pam Dawber makes a valiant but ultimately futile effort to keep a straight face to Robin's antics.
28th Nov '16 8:26:20 PM Mdumas43073
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The supporting cast started off being mainly Mindy's straitlaced father Fred (Conrad Janis) and free-spirited grandmother Cora (Elizabeth Kerr); later seasons added a small circle of friends along with curmudgeonly downstairs neighbor Mr. Bickley (Tom Poston) and a [[TalkativeLoon self-styled prophet]] named Exidor (Robert Donner).

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The supporting cast started off being mainly Mindy's straitlaced father Fred (Conrad Janis) and her free-spirited grandmother Cora (Elizabeth Kerr); later seasons added a small circle of friends along with curmudgeonly downstairs neighbor Mr. Bickley (Tom Poston) and a [[TalkativeLoon self-styled prophet]] named Exidor (Robert Donner).
28th Nov '16 8:26:00 PM Mdumas43073
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The supporting cast started off being mainly Mindy's father, Fred (Conrad Janis), and grandmother, Cora (Elizabeth Kerr); later seasons added a small circle of friends along with curmudgeonly downstairs neighbor Mr. Bickley (Tom Poston) and a [[TalkativeLoon self-styled prophet]] named Exidor (Robert Donner).

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The supporting cast started off being mainly Mindy's father, straitlaced father Fred (Conrad Janis), Janis) and grandmother, free-spirited grandmother Cora (Elizabeth Kerr); later seasons added a small circle of friends along with curmudgeonly downstairs neighbor Mr. Bickley (Tom Poston) and a [[TalkativeLoon self-styled prophet]] named Exidor (Robert Donner).
28th Nov '16 8:24:03 PM Mdumas43073
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Every episode ended with Mork's report to Orson, the being who sent him to Earth, on Mork's latest lesson in Earth culture.

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Every episode ended with Mork's report to Orson, the unseen being who sent him to Earth, on Mork's latest lesson in Earth culture.
28th Nov '16 8:23:18 PM Mdumas43073
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The supporting cast started off being mainly Mindy's father and grandmother, and in later seasons added a small circle of friends along with a curmudgeonly downstairs neighbor and a [[TalkativeLoon self-styled prophet]] named Exidor.

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The supporting cast started off being mainly Mindy's father father, Fred (Conrad Janis), and grandmother, and in Cora (Elizabeth Kerr); later seasons added a small circle of friends along with a curmudgeonly downstairs neighbor Mr. Bickley (Tom Poston) and a [[TalkativeLoon self-styled prophet]] named Exidor.
Exidor (Robert Donner).
28th Nov '16 8:14:25 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:315:''Nanu nanu!'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''Nanu
nanu!'']]
6th Nov '16 11:47:33 AM nombretomado
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* {{Corpsing}}: Often. It's really hard to keep a straight face when Creator/RobinWilliams is around. One especially noticeable example was in an episode homaging ''ItsAWonderfulLife.'' Mork is supposed to be invisible and inaudible as he observes Mindy's life without him. Pam Dawber makes a valiant but ultimately futile effort to keep a straight face to Robin's antics.

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* {{Corpsing}}: Often. It's really hard to keep a straight face when Creator/RobinWilliams is around. One especially noticeable example was in an episode homaging ''ItsAWonderfulLife.''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife.'' Mork is supposed to be invisible and inaudible as he observes Mindy's life without him. Pam Dawber makes a valiant but ultimately futile effort to keep a straight face to Robin's antics.
22nd Aug '16 10:49:26 PM Mdumas43073
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* ChristmasEpisode: "Mork's First Christmas" (season 1). Mindy has to explain to Mork the TrueMeaningOfChristmas.

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* ChristmasEpisode: "Mork's First Christmas" (season 1). Mindy has to explain to Mork the TrueMeaningOfChristmas.[[TrueMeaningOfChristmas meaning]] of the holiday.
22nd Aug '16 10:48:42 PM Mdumas43073
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* ChristmasEpisode: Mindy has to explain to Mork the meaning of Christmas.

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* ChristmasEpisode: "Mork's First Christmas" (season 1). Mindy has to explain to Mork the meaning of Christmas.TrueMeaningOfChristmas.
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