A new opening sequence is used featuring clips from Season 1 and 2. Also the theme music is spiced up with a slighly-disco arrangement for the 1980s.
The show's main focus now in Season 2 is no longer on Mork's comedic attempts to adjust to the new world he lives in, but on their relationship on a romantic level. With this new relationship, he also tries to find a steady job to pay his own way and support themselves.
New are the characters of Remo DaVinci and his sister Jeannie DaVinci, who run The New York Delicatessen. Mindy's weird cousin, political candidate Nelson Flavor, becomes a regular, with Mork and Mindy lending a hand to his campaign. Mr. Bickley is upgraded to a starring role, though he was credited in more episodes than he appeared in. Exidor also returned for frequent appearances.
In their infinite wisdom, the network decided to relocate from a music store to a restaurant and dump the characters of Fred, Cora, Eugene and Susan. It was explained that Fred went on tour as a conductor with an orchestra, taking Cora with him. Both eventually returned to the show. Eugene and Susan were simply never heard from again.
ABC moved the show from Thursday to Sunday nights, where it squared off against the popular CBS show Archie Bunker's Place, and the network mandated that the episodes be family oriented. When the ratings tanked, they went the opposite direction and tried to inject sex into the show with appearances by Raquel Welch and the Denver Bronco Cheerleaders. It didn't help boost ratings. The show returned to Thursday nights in January 1980, and Fred began returning for regular guest appearances.
- Robin Williams as Mork
- Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell
- Tom Poston as Mr. Bickley
- Jay Thomas as Remo DaVinci
- Gina Hecht as Jeannie DaVinci
- Jim Staahl as Nelson Flavor
- Robert Donner as Exidor
- 201: Mork in Wonderland, Part 1
- 202: Mork in Wonderland, Part 2
- 203: Stark Raving Mork
- 204: Mork's Baby Blues
- 205: Dr. Morkenstein
- 206: Mork vs. Mindy
- 207: Mork Gets Mindy-itis
- 208: A Morkville Horror
- 209: Mork's Health Hints
- 210: Dial 'N' for Nelson
- 211: Mork vs. The Necrotons, Part 1
- 212: Mork vs. The Necrotons, Part 2
- 213: Hold That Mork
- 214: The Exidor Affair
- 215: The Mork Syndrome
- 216: Exidor's Wedding
- 217: A Mommy for Mindy
- 218: The Night They Raided Mind-ski's
- 219: Mork Learns to See
- 220: Mork's Vacation
- 221: Jeanie Loves Mork
- 222: Little Orphan Morkie
- 223: Looney Tunes and Morkie Melodies
- 224: Clerical Error
- 225: Invasion of the Mork Snatchers
- 226: The Way Mork Were
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