"P.S. 2001"
Season 4, Episode #10
(#83) in series (95 episodes)
Mork & Mindy PS 2001
Mearth decides he wants to go to school, so he commutes to Ork and meets classmates Zelka (Maureen Arthur) and "class bully" Ovits (Harvey Lembeck) in P.S. 2001 in Season 4 (ep.#10).
"Mork & Mindy" episode
Guest Star(s): Maureen Arthur
Harvey Lembeck
Network: ABC-TV
Production code: 410 (4x10)
Writer(s) Cindy Begel & Lesa Kite
Director Bob Claver
Original airdate December 17, 1981
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P.S. 2001 was the tenth episode from the fourth season of Mork & Mindy, also the 83rd overall series episode. Co-written by Cindy Begel & Lesa Kite, the episode, which was directed by Bob Claver, premiered on ABC-TV on December 17, 1981.


Mearth decides he wants to go to school, so he commutes to Ork, but his enthusiasm wanes when he realizes school life is difficult.

Plot summaryEdit

Mearth, lamenting that he can't go to school, leads Orson into calling Mindy during the night to request the application promised by Mork on behalf of Mearth attending school on Ork, one day each month.

Being an adult growing younger will make him the same as the other students, which include Zelka (Maureen Arthur) and Ovits (Harvey Lembeck), under the tutelage of Miss Geezba (Louanne).

Unfortunately, after one day at school, Mearth suddenly wants to quit, so Mork and Mindy beam up to Ork in similar Star Trek mode to learn why. Mork remembers the feared Miss Geezba, who still demands he turn in his long awaited book report (it burned up on reentry!). Ovits proves to be the proverbial "class bully", while Zelka wants to be Mearth's friend (both would return for the very next episode "Pajama Game II" (episode #11).


Did You Know?
  • The name of the episode is a play on how public schools are named in New York City.
  • The title is likely also an homage to the 1968 classic science-fiction film, "2001: A Space Odyssey."



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