History YMMV / MorkAndMindy

21st Mar '17 6:16:12 PM nombretomado
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** After he turns himself old to cheer up Cora, he invites her to go to a [[NightAtTheMuseum museum]].

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** After he turns himself old to cheer up Cora, he invites her to go to a [[NightAtTheMuseum [[Film/NightAtTheMuseum museum]].
29th Dec '16 10:47:46 AM nombretomado
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* RetroactiveRecognition: DavidLetterman turns up in one episode as a fraudulent self-help guru.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: DavidLetterman Creator/DavidLetterman turns up in one episode as a fraudulent self-help guru.
23rd Sep '16 7:05:17 AM Civanfan
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** In "Old Fears", Mork ages himself so he can be a companion to Mindy's grandmother, joking that he stopped at "two years 'til senility". At the end of his life, Robin Williams suffered from the effects of Lewy body dementia, which drove him to suicide.
24th Jul '16 6:18:39 PM nombretomado
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** As mentioned above, [[TheCuriousCaseOfBenjaminButton Mork aging in reverse and what it means for his relationship with Mindy.]]

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** As mentioned above, [[TheCuriousCaseOfBenjaminButton [[Film/TheCuriousCaseOfBenjaminButton Mork aging in reverse and what it means for his relationship with Mindy.]]
26th Jan '16 7:10:47 AM dsneybuf
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* HarsherInHindsight: Perhaps the ultimate example of this trope comes from the episode "Mork Meets Robin Williams." Mork wants to find out what it's like to be famous and winds up meeting Robin himself (through the magic of post-production editing) backstage before a show. When he makes his final report to Orson at the end, he has a new perspective on fame, namely how harmful it can be to one's own health, and lists several celebrities who died before their time, such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and John Lennon (who had only died two months before). Just over a year later, Williams would be one of the last people to see John Belushi alive in bungalow 3 of the Chateau Marmont, where he would die of an overdose mere hours later. ''Doubly'' horrific after Robin himself would join that list as the result of suicide in 2014.

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* HarsherInHindsight: HarsherInHindsight:
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Perhaps the ultimate example of this trope comes from the episode "Mork Meets Robin Williams." Mork wants to find out what it's like to be famous and winds up meeting Robin himself (through the magic of post-production editing) backstage before a show. When he makes his final report to Orson at the end, he has a new perspective on fame, namely how harmful it can be to one's own health, and lists several celebrities who died before their time, such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and John Lennon (who had only died two months before). Just over a year later, Williams would be one of the last people to see John Belushi alive in bungalow 3 of the Chateau Marmont, where he would die of an overdose mere hours later. ''Doubly'' horrific after Robin himself would join that list as the result of suicide in 2014.
3rd Dec '15 9:55:20 AM Morgenthaler
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** When Robin Williams "meets" Mork, the first thing he says is, "You know, you look a lot like....naw, he's a woman now." A few years later, and Robin gets a major success with ''MrsDoubtfire''.

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** When Robin Williams "meets" Mork, the first thing he says is, "You know, you look a lot like....naw, he's a woman now." A few years later, and Robin gets a major success with ''MrsDoubtfire''.''Film/MrsDoubtfire''.
14th Nov '15 2:36:36 PM nombretomado
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** In "Mork vs. the Necrotons", it's off-handily mentioned by Captain Nirvana that the Necrotons could torture information out of Mork by wrapping a rope around his neck, among other means. RobinWilliams died by suicide from hanging.

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** In "Mork vs. the Necrotons", it's off-handily mentioned by Captain Nirvana that the Necrotons could torture information out of Mork by wrapping a rope around his neck, among other means. RobinWilliams Creator/RobinWilliams died by suicide from hanging.
30th Oct '15 4:49:06 AM kchishol
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* * HeReallyCanAct: From the first season on, Robin Williams stunned everyone at why he made the show so much more than a retread of ''Series/MyFavoriteMartian''. For instance, in "Mork's Mixed Emotions," one of the greatest TV episodes ''of all time'', Robin effortlessly creates a myriad of simultaneous personas with absolutely no props, visual effects or makeup. All Robin needed was his singular acting ability to sell it perfectly.

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* * HeReallyCanAct: From the first season on, Robin Williams stunned everyone at why he made the show so much more than a retread of ''Series/MyFavoriteMartian''. For instance, in "Mork's Mixed Emotions," one of the greatest TV episodes ''of all time'', Robin effortlessly creates a myriad of simultaneous personas with absolutely no props, visual effects or makeup. All Robin needed was his singular acting ability to sell it perfectly.
30th Oct '15 4:48:46 AM kchishol
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* * HeReallyCanAct: From the first season on, Robin Williams stunned everyone at why he made the show so much more than a retread of ''Series/MyFavoriteMartian''. For instance, in "Mork's Mixed Emotions," one of the greatest TV episodes ''of all time'', Robin effortlessly creates a myriad of simultaneous personas with absolutely no props, visual effects or makeup. All Robin needed was his singular acting ability to sell it perfectly.



* HeCanReallyAct: From the first season on, Robin Williams stunned everyone at how good a performer he was. For instance, in "Mork's Mixed Emotions," one of the greatest TV episodes ''of all time'', Robin effortlessly creates a myriad of simultaneous personas with absolutely no props or makeup. All Robin needed was his singular acting ability to sell it perfectly.
30th Oct '15 4:46:36 AM kchishol
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* HeCanReallyAct: From the first season on, Robin Williams stunned everyone at how good a performer he was. For instance, in "Mork's Mixed Emotions," one of the greatest TV episodes ''of all time'', Robin effortlessly creates a myriad of simultaneous personas with absolutely no props or makeup. All Robin needed was his singular acting ability to sell it perfectly.
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