Mork fantasizes about competing for Mindy in high school.

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Mork fantasizes about competing for Mindy in high school.

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19 November 1981 (USA)  »

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Final series appearance for Crissy Wilzak as Glenda Faye Comstock. See more »

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In the pilot, Mindy says she's 21, which would make her the class of 1975. In this episode, Mindy attends her 10 year high school reunion for the class of 1971. See more »

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Mindy's 10 year high school reunion
8 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Long Before We Met" finds Mindy eagerly anticipating her 10 year high school reunion, featuring the sole fourth season appearance for Crissy Wilzak as Glenda Faye Comstock (thus, her last series episode). She hasn't fond memories of nerd Dickie Nimitz (Paul Reubens), but is amazed to see old boyfriend Steve Sanders (Robin Strand), having spent two years together before graduation. Mork finds himself jealous after watching his wife dance with her former high school beau, and despite reassurances from Mindy it appears that 'Stevie' hasn't given up on her even after 10 years and marriage to another man. Traveling back in time to see how he would fare with Mindy on prom night, Mork poses as a Russian exchange student and even meets Fred McConnell. Steve proves to be quite the elitist snob, Dickie the dweeb shows how little he's changed, while Mindy is already looking forward to becoming a journalist, charmed by the stranger with the accent. Steve and Mindy are chosen as prom king and queen, on the night when she calls it quits with him so she can dance with Mork. In the end, Mindy gratefully admits that she sometimes feels that she's waited all her life for Mork (Orson makes another rare appearance). Mork's red time travel shoes ("there's no place like home") reappear in the third chapter of "Gotta Run," the series' final filmed episode.


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