Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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Gotta Run: Part 1 

Mork befriends a Neptunian who has an Earth wife of his own.

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Fred McConnell (credit only)
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Mork befriends a Neptunian who has an Earth wife of his own.

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6 May 1982 (USA)  »

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A 3 part storyline to leave viewers baffled
8 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Gotta Run" extended to three episodes to tell the tale of Mork meeting another outer space alien, Kalnik (Joe Regalbuto), a native of actual planet Neptune, who also has an earth wife in Tracy Andrews (Ilene Graff). They first meet as Mork tries to contact Orson, Mindy joining them for a pleasant dinner, followed by Kalnik revealing his true nature by calling Mearth a 'mutant.' Kalnik departs by knocking down the apartment door, after which Mork fears that he's being followed. Tracy shows up claiming to have left Kalnik, admitting that his meeting with Mork was no accident, then attempting to seduce the Orkan in Mindy's absence. Mindy arrives home to discover that Tracy is actually an android left by Kalnik, in reality a bomb that blows up the McConnell apartment, the family forced to leave the rubble behind.


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