Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
Lisa Loopner calles Todd 'Mork'
Johnny mentions Mork in the monologue
Mork visits Richie again to ask him about relationships in the '60s.
Rerun fantasizes about being Mork
Referenced by Fred Silverman
Robin Williams Guest stars as Mork
Mentioned by morning jock Steve Marvin
Shaggy pitches a show called "Mork and Shaggy".
"Dork calling Orgon, come in Orgon."
Features interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.
Audience entrance seen for TV show.
Robin Williams talks about his series
Poster is shown.
Mentioned in the Video Untouchables segment
Title on screen during 'Blotto' segment on Weekend Update.
One of the questions in the age verification test is "Mork was from the plant -".
'Sixty year old' Robin Williams watches this show
Ross greets the kids by saying "Na-nu, na-nu."
Referenced by name
Quote has been used during Digit's case of the reruns.
ALF says, "Nanu nanu."
Mentioned by Max.
Joel: "Isn't he on 'Mork & Mindy'?"
Robin Williams talks about working with Jonathan Winters on their earlier series
'Sixty year old' Robin Williams watches this show
Joel: "This is Mork, calling Orson."
Joel: "Mork, calling Orson"
Joel: "Mork calling Orson."
Joel (as Mork): "Mork calling Orson!"
Tom: "Mork, calling Orson"
When Daniel is showing his voices to Mrs. Sellner as his special skill, the second voice, an alien voice, sounds like his voice as Mork, also an alien, from Mork and Mindy.
One of the characters Duckman turns into when he's hooked up to the TV transmitting device is Mork.
The use of the word "Shazbot"
Tom: "Mork, calling Orson"
"I never should of appeared on Mork and Mind"
Title mentioned and quoted by Winston Graff during his recording session
Mike: Nanu, Nanu
Casper: "Nano Nano to you too."
Title mentioned and catchphrases quoted by the Spartan Cheerleaders
John mentions the show.
"Mork of Ork was taken to St. Mary's Hospital but pronounced dead on arrival."
When they meet Jackson, Ferretti greets him the same way Mork greets people
Mentioned when discussing Robin Williams.
One of the question intros references this show.
Mike: (when Robin Williams is on screen) Na-nu, Na-nu!
Steve says, "That alien was Robin Williams!"
Rachel mentions Mork.
Glenn goes "Nanu nanu" when sayin goodbye to Maya.
Mike: "Nanu nanu!"
Bill reads Cracked magazine with Mork on the cover
Neil mentions Mork
Referenced by Robin Williams
One kid wears rainbow suspenders like Mork, and says "nanu nanu" while they're looking up at the stars
Referenced by Commandant Spangler
Kang's use of the word "Shazbot"
Comic Book Guy exclaims, "Shazbot!"
Jay refers to "Good Will Hunting" co-star Robin Williams as "that Mork from Ork guy."
Gator wears a 'Shazbot' T-shirt in America Undercover
The word "Shazbot" from this show is used.
Gator wears a 'Shazbot' T-Shirt during America Undercover and says this Orkian exclamation as well.
A character say "Shazbot."
Todd Bridges mentions the show
knife throwing kid is wearing rainbow colored suspenders a la mork
The title is visible in a magazine article.
mentioned in dialog
"Nanu nanu" said
Mentioned by Robin Williams.
in J.D.'s quiz Kylie names "Mork and Mindy" as "Happy Days" spin-off
Behind-the-scenes look at this show
referenced in dialogue
Alan had a Mork & Mindy lunch box.
A man asks to see the virtual show of Mork and Mindy.
Valerie mentions the show.
Roger says nanu-nanu.
referenced in clue in "Sitcoms" category
Will mentions that he had Mork and Mindy suspenders as a child
"like Mork's wife"
In the Swedish Chef segment, he runs into Mork.
in the future a man has an episode of Mork and Mindy beamed straight into his brian
referenced in clue in "Seasonal Acting" category
Kevin mentions Mork and says "nanu-nanu".
Wilhelmina says she's watching the Spanish Mork & Mindy.
Mentioned by interviewee
Jay Thomas talks about his experiences on the show
Amy Sedaris mentions the title in the Robin Williams segment.
The catchphrase ,'na nu na nu', is used by a man in the bar.
Jeff says, "Shazbot!" and wears suspenders that resembled those frequently worn by Robin Williams' character, Mork.
John Travolta says he met Robin Williams while Williams was on the show
In his stand-up routine, Robin Williams mentions being recognised as Mork.
Referenced by Mike, and still images from an episode are shown.
Morgan says, "I set the DVR to record the 'Mork & Mindy' marathon."
referenced in dialogue by James
When Fry says he needs to call Orson Welles, Bender says, "Dork calling Orson". Mork would call his leader, Orson, at the end of each episode.
Robin Williams says that when he took his children trick-or-treating when they were young, people would say, "Oh, it's Mork" and give him candy
"Na-nooing is such sweet sorrow."
Near the end of the movie Paul is referred to as "Mork."
Mentioned by Robin Williams during his segment.
Photographer Pamela Hanson says Mork's greeting "Nanu-nanu."
Abed compares himself to Mork.
Thor says 'nanoo nanoo' after entering the space station
Juliet gives Shawn a joke "set-up" that involves "Mr. T, Crockett, and a word that rhymes with 'Mork.'"
Dave gets a visit from "German Mork"
Mike says, "nanu-nanu".
mentioned by Frankie
Robin Williams says "Shazbot"
Black Mork mentioned
Mentioned by Mike.
Troy says that Abed is "usually adorable weird, like Mork from Ork."
The Robin Williams clones that are wearing a jumpsuit with a triangle on it and also the ones wearing a striped sweater and rainbow suspenders. Also the line "Let's face it, Mork, you're getting Nanoo Na-Old!"
Dr. Eddy/Robin Williams groans "Shazbat!" before passing out from being zapped with the defibrilator paddles by Orderly #2.
Debbie refers to Larry and Jackie as Mork and Mindy.
Dave mentions the show by name.
Mork is among the graffitti names
Mentioned by Jordan.
Robin Williams talks about the audience reaction to the first taping of the show
Listed on the TV listing.
sees a boy who looks like a young Robin Williams and says "Nanu-Nanu"
Jay says he went to the pilot of the show
Pam Dawber calls Robin Williams an alien
Mork is one of the influences of Roger's character
The character Pam Dawber is named in honour of the actress that played Mindy
Instead of shouting the episode number as the show begins, Tariq Trotter yells "nanu nanu"
mentioned in discussion of Robin Williams' death the previous day
mentioned in discussion of favorite Robin Williams
Still frame seen
Film Brain talks about Garry Marshall's career as a TV and movie director
April refers to Mike as "Mork."
Adam wears a Mork & Mindy t-shirt.
Robin Williams impersonator admits he wasn't familiar with 'Mork & Mindy' sitcom when he started impersonating Williams.
Mentioned by narrator, plus a still image from the series is shown.
Answer to a question
Beverly wears a Mork costume.
Seth's mother says "nanu nanu"
"Mork from Ork"
Don Atari says, "Holy Shazbot!"
Mentioned by Mark as the TV comedy series in which Robin Williams and Pam Dawber played the title roles during his Cash Builder round.
mentioned in discussion of the death of TV/film producer Garry Marshall
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as a possible answer to a question about a TV series that celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2016 asked when Rohan and the Chaser go head to head.
Beverly calls Robin Williams "Mork from Ork".
Jimmy mentions Mork
Danny DeVito recalls other series filmed at Paramount Studios at the same time as Taxi (1978)
In the song "UFO": "Klaatu barada, na-noo na-noo"
"Now hear this." Jonah: "Orson?"
Crow: "Mork, calling Orson"
scenes from the series are shown here
shows it when talking about Garry Marshall
Shows clips from the series
A clip is shown.
ALF has a dream about reporting what he has learnt to Orson.
In the Star Wars action figure parody of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Mork is a contestant on the show.
Mork is subjected to an alien autopsy.
Army of morcs speaking in nonsense syllables peppered with "Morkisms" such as "nanu nanu" and "shazbot".
Poster for "Pork N' Mindy".