Against direct orders from Orson, Mork goes ahead with his plan to marry Mindy.

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Against direct orders from Orson, Mork goes ahead with his plan to marry Mindy.

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15 October 1981 (USA)  »

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Mork: I'll just be up here knitting a Volkswagen.
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It's a dog's life
24 September 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Wedding" opens with Mindy breaking the news of her decision to marry Mork to Cora (who needs a scotch) and Fred (who needs his head examined). Unfortunately, Orson reminds Mork that marriage is forbidden by Orkan law and threatens to make him into a life form more obedient. Just as she's ready to head off to the church Mindy discovers her intended transforming into a dog, growling at the mailman and asking for his head to be scratched. A furious Mindy's emergency call to Orson results in a sudden return to normalcy, walking down the aisle as planned, with stepmother Cathy McConnell (Shelley Fabares, third and final appearance) matron of honor, Exidor as best man, appropriately attired in strait jacket! After the ceremony Mindy rejoices at an Acapulco honeymoon, only to get second thoughts when Mork suggests his home planet Ork.


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