|Mork vs. The Necrotons (Part 2)|
|Aired||November 18, 1979|
|Guest starring||Raquel Welch|
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|Next||Hold That Mork|
After Captain Nirvana failed to get the information she desired out of Mork, she takes "his pet" Mindy hostage to use as bait, and ultimately plans to suck out their brains.
- Mork uses the word "holitacker," which mean "duel." During his first appearance on Happy Days, he challenged Fonzie to a holitacker.
- Necroton and Orkan races both possess three hearts.
- Mork says, "I've had a full life. I only wish I'd gotten to meet Anson Williams." Anson Williams was one of the stars of Happy Days, who'd appeared in several scenes with Mork.
- Mork says, "Goodbye brains; Hello, Larry." Hello, Larry was a sitcom on rival NBC which had gained a reputation for being bland and unfunny.
- Nelson says that he heard Candid Camera was coming back. Candid Camera was a long-running hidden-camera show hosted by Alan Funt in which they played practical jokes on unsuspecting people to gauge their reaction (the same concept was later taken to greater extremes on Jackass and countless You Tube videos). The show was canceled in 1978 and didn't return until 1989.
- A clip is featured in the best-of episode The Way Mork Were.
Among the songs in the dance-off include:
Cast & CrewEdit
- Robin Williams as Mork
- Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell
- Jim Staahl as Nelson Flavor
- Ralph James as Orson
- Raquel Welch as Captain Nirvana
- Debra Jo Fondren as Kama
- Vicki Frederick as Sutra