Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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In Mork We Trust 

Mr. Bickley begins stealing things from Mork and Mindy -- including Mork's age machine.

Director:

Howard Storm

Writers:

Garry Marshall (created by) (as Garry K. Marshall), Dale McRaven (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robin Williams ... Mork
Pam Dawber ... Mindy McConnell
Elizabeth Kerr ... Cora Hudson
Conrad Janis ... Fred McConnell
Tom Poston ... Mr. Bickley
Sandie Newton Sandie Newton ... Jennifer
David Wall David Wall ... Julius
Bob Arbogast Bob Arbogast ... The Policeman
Ralph James Ralph James ... Orson (voice)
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Mr. Bickley begins stealing things from Mork and Mindy -- including Mork's age machine.

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Genres:

Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 1979 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Franklin Delano Bickley: [seeing a bunch of people bent over playing Twister] Please! Don't get up. They didn't all come in that way, did they? That's obscene, that looks like a Christmas card from Hugh Hefner.
Mindy McConnell: It's a game, they're not supposed to fall over.
Franklin Delano Bickley: Oh really?
[kicks one player and knocks them all down]
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Bickley the sneak thief
21 October 2016 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

"In Mork We Trust" opens with party pooper Bickley putting a halt to Mindy's get together, a missing necklace leading to Mork accusing all of her friends: "I can't believe you called all my friends" "I can't believe what they called you!" Another visit from Bickley and more items are missing, in particular the Orkan age machine, which can make Mork any age the user desires. At one point he regresses to being a chicken, tries to repeatedly cross the road, and is nearly arrested for 'pecking an officer!' Finding all the missing items in Bickley's apartment, they learn that his kleptomania is a sham designed just to get them to pay him a visit. He laments the loss of his wife in 1966: "every night I pray the old bat doesn't find me!"


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