When Mork takes a mental vacation, other strange, vacationing aliens take up residence in his body. Meanwhile Jean and Remo's mother visits Boulder.

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When Mork takes a mental vacation, other strange, vacationing aliens take up residence in his body. Meanwhile Jean and Remo's mother visits Boulder.

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24 January 1980 (USA)  »

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Mork's just not himself
16 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Mork's Vacation" opens with Mork reminiscing about his previous vacation at a dude ranch, being dragged through the cactus by his horse because he wanted to get his money's worth. Now he plans on vacationing the Orkan way, leaving his body behind while he switches consciousness with any number of alien life forms, which worries Mindy about what kind of creatures will inhabit his empty body. The first turns out to be a planet of cats, with Mork crawling on the floor, meowing and drinking milk from a large saucer. His second incarnation boasts of having six arms and a propeller, trying to seduce Mindy before leaving for more fun on the town. Remo and Jeanie drop by with their mother Rosa (Blanche Bronte), who isn't convinced that Mindy lives with 'a nice guy' when he returns with a blonde on each arm, dancing with Jeanie and a stunned Mrs. DaVinci. Mork enjoyed his vacation despite not being able to get his propeller started!


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