Mork bucks hard for a promotion from leader Orson on planet Ork, and unintentionally comes up with a report on how to stay happily married on Earth.

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In this episode originally scheduled as 4.19 (before the three-part series finale; instead it aired afterwards), Mork plays TV reporter to Orson, detailing in short sketches how he and Mearth have adjusted to life with Mindy on earth. Mork gets a promotion at the end. Well-directed by Robin Williams, his only known credit as director. Written by Peter Harris

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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27 May 1982 (USA)  »

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This 22nd and last episode was filmed before "Gotta Run", but was aired last because of the show's cancellation and to give the series appropriate closure. Thus, Mork apparently defeats Kalnik for good and the demolished apartment is successfully repaired. See more »

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Mork: Mork calling Orson. Come in Orson.
[Fade to the black where Mork speaks with Orson; Mork is standing facing forward]
Mork: Hello, I'm Mork Wallace.
[Cut to him facing stage left looking at the camera]
Mork: I'm Morkley Safer.
[Cut to him facing stage right looking at the camera]
Mork: And I'm Morkey Rooney.
[Cut to him turned away from the camera]
Mork: Does my hair look good in the back?
[Cut to him sitting at a news desk, teletype fades in]
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