Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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Mork and the Immigrant 

Mork meets Sergei, a Russian immigrant, and invites him to live with them. After Sergei refers to himself as 'an alien,' Mork becomes convinced that he himself has to register with the government as an alien.

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Mork
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Mindy McConnell
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Cora Hudson
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Fred McConnell
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Sergei Khruschev
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Mork meets Sergei, a Russian immigrant, and invites him to live with them. After Sergei refers to himself as 'an alien,' Mork becomes convinced that he himself has to register with the government as an alien.

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11 January 1979 (USA)  »

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Robin Williams played a Russian immigrant in Moscow On the Hudson in 1985. See more »

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Tim Thomerson as a Russian alien
19 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Mork and the Immigrant" finds Mork learning about democracy, and meeting a Russian alien named Sergei Khruschev (Tim Thomerson) so that he can have a voting bloc of three. Unaware that his alien status is not the same, Mork decides to apply at Immigration, where the beleaguered clerk (Ned Wertimer) almost has him arrested, with no visa, no passport, and no birth certificate. Mindy comes to the rescue, asking Mork to tell them what planet he came from, and how he drinks with his finger, getting Mork off the hook as a harmless crank. Sergei is able to get his own apartment and even a driver's license, quite a luxury compared to his own country.


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