Mearth has a sleepover.

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Orson (voice)
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Mearth has a sleepover.

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7 January 1982 (USA)  »

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Final performance from Harvey Lembeck, broadcast two days after his death. See more »

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Mindy McConnell: When boys start reading magazines like these, it's time for their father to sit down with them and have a talk about the difference between boys and girls.
Mork: Oh Mind, we've already worked that out. I mean, I've told him that boys like to play sports and girls like to wear makeup, and if you're Alice Cooper, you can do both!
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Mearth, Zelka and Ovits, for the last time
8 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Pajama Game II" continues the Orkan school storyline, with Maureen Arthur returning as Zelka, and Harvey Lembeck back as Ovits, in what turned out to be his final performance (broadcast two days after his untimely death at age 58). Mork is upset with Mearth's messy lifestyle, suggesting a sleepover with his friends if he can clean up his act. After a few days of being a good boy, both Zelka and Ovits arrive for a visit. Ovits takes one look at Earth and reaches a conclusion: "and I thought Pluto was tacky!" Mork's response to an explosion in Mearth's room: "sounded like a loud noise!" Ovits leaves with the Orkan beam, but Zelka responds to Mearth's request to sleep over. A men's magazine centerfold finds Mindy concerned about teaching her son about 'the birds and the bees,' especially after Mearth asks for a stethoscope to use on Zelka. In conclusion, Orson reveals that he's grown tired of Mork reporting about parenthood.


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