Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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The Mork Report 

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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Episode cast overview:
Ralph James ...
Orson (voice)


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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1.33 : 1
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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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Robin Williams directs the final broadcast
9 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Mork Report" was the one and only episode to be directed by Robin Williams, saved for the final broadcast though scheduled to air prior to the delirious 3-parter "Gotta Run." The entire story serves as Mork's last report to Orson, who isn't too interested in listening to an Orkan describing marriage on earth, though Mork's promotion rides on the result. Mindy confides that she prefers to be honest with her husband about his choice of her wardrobe. Another sequence features both Fred and Cora, ready to go out to dinner until Mork and Mearth celebrate their Orkan heritage in flowery costumes. A silent black and white interlude sees Mork and Mindy dancing their cares away as dinner burns on the stove. Had all the fourth season episodes been like this there might have been a fifth, but no one lamented the loss on the ABC schedule.

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