Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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Mork's Mixed Emotions 

Mork's attempt to lock up his emotions backfires and each of his emotions boil to the surface.

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Mork's attempt to lock up his emotions backfires and each of his emotions boil to the surface.

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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22 February 1979 (USA)  »

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Named by TV Guide as one of the greatest episodes in television history. See more »


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Thanks for the Memory
Written by Ralph Rainger & Leo Robin
Performed by Robin Williams
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Rightly regarded as the most celebrated episode
21 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Mork's Mixed Emotions" is rightly regarded as the most celebrated episode, the one where Mork's long suppressed emotions finally rise to the surface and, sadly, the final appearance for his 'main munchkin' Eugene (Jeffrey Jacquet), whose pet lizard just died. Mindy plans to celebrate her birthday with 'somebody special,' and Mork suggests it's the Pope! Awakening with the horrible thought that he actually experiences dreams, which have long been abolished on Ork, Mork feels cheap and used by the emotions dancing in his head. At the music store, a new customer (Bill Kirchenbauer, later seen as TNT in three episodes) struts in and tries to impress Mindy, who can't hide her emotions when his toupee flops out of place. This is too much for Mork: "I've seen wavy hair before but never hair waving!" Rounding up his emotions and keeping them locked up inside for good proves impossible with Mindy determined to release them, but the many different emotions drag poor Mork out into places unimagined. The climax, each kiss from Mindy sparking a different response from Mork, proved to have a lasting effect on viewers, and still resonate with this author, like so many boys watching, who couldn't resist the irresistible Pam Dawber, much like Mork!


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