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Mork vs. The Necrotons, Part 1
Mork Vs the Necrotons 01 Dawber Williams Welch Fondren

General
Episode # 2.11
Aired November 18, 1979
Credits
Guest starring Raquel Welch
Timeline
Previous Dial 'N' for Nelson
Next Mork vs. The Necrotons, Part 2

Mork vs. The Necrotons, Part 1 is a Mork and Mindy episode from season 2.

PlotEdit

Nelson's political rally is jeopardized when Mork gets a call from Orson telling him that the Necrotons have arrived on Earth and are searching for him. It isn't long before Captain Nirvana and her cronies kidnap him and take him back to their ship to torture him.

TriviaEdit

  • This originally aired as an hour-long episode. It was split into two parts for syndicated reruns.
  • Mork previously mentioned the Necrotons in "To Tell the Truth."
  • This episode marks one of the few times that Orson calls Mork.
  • After season 1, they dropped the entire supporting cast, switched nights and softened the stories to seem more family friendly. Ratings of the top-rated show immediately plummeted. ABC was gaining a reputation for "jigglevision," so Raquel Welch was brought in to amp the sex factor, which miffed the cast and crew. "There were a lot of little kids who went through puberty watching that episode," Robin Williams commented, "and I think we lost a lot of the audience."[1]
  • According to Howard Storm, "Raquel Welch was any director's nightmare."[2] In addition to various other annoyances, she was so afraid of being upstaged by the other Necrotons that she suggested they wear dog masks and she drag them around on leashes.
  • Raquel Welch got under Pam Dawber's skin, so any time Dawber was standing behind her, she'd act as though she was punching Welch in the head to crack up the crew.[2]
  • At the end of a take, Robin Williams refused to get out of the hot tub because he had an erection.[2]
  • This episode was spoofed in the 2011 porn movie Mork & Mindy: A Dream Zone Parody.

Cast & CrewEdit

Written by Alan Eisenstock & Larry Mintz

Starring:

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Pioneers of Television: Robin Williams Remembered
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Making of Mork & Mindy

External linksEdit

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