Todd Norman "T.N.T." Taylor is a recurring character who appears in a total of four episodes of Mork & Mindy. The part of Todd is played in the episodes by Bill Kirchenbauer.

About "T.N.T."Edit

A rather geeky-looking, gaudy, loud-dressing character who tries to pattern himself, at least in a fashion sense, as somewhat as a Tony Manero (John Travolta's character in the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever) Todd, who's a self-professed ladies' man, seems to think of himself to be a "real macho guy" and "God's gift to women" and as many women, including Mindy, strongly seem to think otherwise.

Todd still seems to be able to "score" with many other interested ladies, as it was depicted in his second appearance in the episode "Mork the Swinging Single" in Season 3 (episode #16), where he teaches Mork the finer points of scoring with the ladies himself.

In his first series appearance (where he's credited as "The Customer", Todd winds up getting embarrassed by Mork in the Season 1 episode "Mork's Mixed Emotions" (episode #20), as Mork reveals that his toupee was coming off of his head as he takes it off of Todd's head while shopping in the music store.

In Todd's final appearance in the Season 4 episode Drive, She Said (episode #14), when Mindy suggests that Mork goes to a driving school to learn how to drive, Todd serves as Mork's instructor, When Mork takes his driving test, he thinks his examiner Todd is "The Devil".

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