|Mork's Mixed Emotions|
|Aired||February 22, 1979|
|Previous||Yes Sir, That's my Baby|
|Next||Mork's Night Out|
When Mindy kisses Mork, it releases his emotions creating a number of unfortunate results. Mork finally gains control of his emotions and finally tells Mindy how he truly feels about her.
- This is the first episode featuring Bill Kirchenbauer as a customer who was essentially "TNT" (Todd Norman Taylor), a recurring character in seasons 2 and 3.
- A clip from this show was included in the best-of episode The Way Mork Were.
- The "Reserved" sign in the Maitre D's hand moves from one shot to the next as he holds out his other hand for a tip.
- This was one of the episodes featured in Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork & Mindy.
- Orson: You opened the door to your emotions, didn't you?
Mork: Yes, Sir.
Orson: You realize you've broken the highest Orkan law. It is my duty to report you to the Council.
Mork: I understand. But I don't regret what I've done, sir. You see, for the first time in my life, I feel really alive, I feel fantastic! Oh, I wish you could try it! I wish you could feel some of the things I've been feeling!
Orson: Impossible. I could never do that. They'd throw me in prison.
Mork: Oh, I don't mean to be disrespectful, your immenseness, but until you can marvel at a rainbow after a storm or rejoice at seeing a baby walk for the first time, or hold someone and have them feel the same warmth inside as you feel close to them outside - until you can do these things, aren't you already in prison?
Cast & CrewEdit
- Robin Williams as Mork
- Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell
- Elizabeth Kerr as Cora Hudson
- Conrad Janis as Frederick McConnell
- Jeffrey Jacquet as Eugene
- George Pentecost as The Maitre D'
- Peter Elbling as The French Waiter
- Bill Kirchenbauer as Todd Norman Taylor
- Ralph James as Orson