|Rich Mork, Poor Mork|
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|Aired||November 26, 1981|
|Previous||Long Before We Met|
Mork becomes an investor in Exidor's boutique.
- Although the episode ends with Cora buying Exidor's boutique, there are no subsequent references to the store.
- When Mearth notices a giant TV, Mork says, "You'll finally be able to see all the lines in Dick Clark's face." Clark was a TV personality who rose to fame in the 1950s and, at that time, was the butt of many jokes due to his youthful appearance.
- Mindy asks, "Why does our place look like Bob Barker's den?" Barker was the longtime host of the TV game show "The Price is Right."
- Mindy says Mearth "eats more than Trigger," which was the horse owned by Roy Rogers who appeared in many of his films.
- Exidor says, "I've got 40 starving people in my back yard singing Brigadoon. Brigadoon is a popular musical about a mythical disappearing town.
- Exidor mentions Evita, a Tony Award winning musical.
- Exidor accuses David Rockefeller of being a crackpot. Rockefeller is chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank and noted for his wealth.
- Mork says he bought the soundtrack to Beatlemania, a heavily-ridiculed concert film featuring a set of Beatles impersonators.
Cast & CrewEdit
Written by Richard Rosenstock & Roy Teicher
Directed by Frank Buxton
- Robin Williams as Mork
- Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell
- Conrad Janis as Fred McConnell
- Jonathan Winters as Mearth
- Robert Donner as Exidor
- Elizabeth Kerr as Cora Hudson
- Ralph James as Orson
- Jennifer Wallace as Sissy