|"Twelve Angry Appliances"|
| Season 3, Episode #12 |
(#63) in series (95 episodes)
|"Mork & Mindy" episode|
|Guest Star(s):||Richard Libertini|
|Production code:||312 (3x12)|
|Writer(s)||Jeff Reno & Ron Osbort|
|Original airdate||February 5, 1981|
|IMDB||Twelve Angry Appliances|
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Twelve Angry Appliances was the 12th episode from season 3 of Mork and Mindym also the 63rd overall episode in the series. Co-Written by Jeff Reno and Ron Osborn, the episode, which was directed by Howard Storm, premiered on ABC-TV on February 5, 1981.
Mindy's record player breaks again days after returning from the shop, and when the repairman refuses to fix it for free, Mork uses his Orkan powers to get revenge.
Mindy's record player is in need of a good repairman, since Mr. Strand (Richard Libertini) failed to get it done the first time. Rude and obnoxious when Mindy insists that he should finish the task for free, Strand stands his ground and counts his money. Seeking justice, Mork appears before Strand as 'the Ghost of appliances past,' demonstrating to him the error of his ways by a trial of his peers, the various appliances he had mistreated over the years.
One such example is a simple blender, brought in for a loose plug four times. Translating a Japanese import: "this man would sell his mother to his father!"
- The episode references the 1957 film 12 Angry Men.
- Robin Williams as Mork
- Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell
- Conrad Janis as Fred McConnell
- Crissy Wilzak as Glenda Faye Comstock
- Jim Staahl as Nelson Flavor
- Tom Poston as Mr. Bickley
- Ralph James as Voice of Orson
- Jay Thomas as Remo DaVinci
- Gina Hecht as Jeanie DaVinci
Guest stars/Recurring castEdit
- Richard Libertini as Augusts J. Strand
- Jonathan Ian as Jonathan
- Stephanie Kayano as Stephanie
- Amy Tenowich as Lola
- Bebo as Himself