|"Yes Sir, That's My Baby"|
| Season 1, Episode #19 |
(#19) in series (95 episodes)
When a kidnapper named Chuck "Sleazy" Wilson (Will Porter) solicits Mork to buy a baby, the police ask Mindy to help catch the criminal in "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" in Season 1 (episode #19)
|"Mork & Mindy" episode|
|Guest Star(s):||Susan Lawrence|
|Production code:||119 (1-19)|
|Original airdate||February 15, 1979|
|IMDB||Yes Sir, That's My Baby|
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Yes Sir, That's My Baby was the 19th episode of season 1 of Mork and Mindy, also the 19th overall series episode. Written by April Kelly, the episode, directed by Jeff Chambers, first aired on ABC-TV on February 15, 1979.
Sally returns with her newborn son, and Mork loves him so much he wants a baby of his own, as he ends up buying a baby from a shady character named Chuck for $10,000, unaware that Chuck Wilson is wanted by the FBI for various baby abductions.
Sally Friedman (Susan Lawrence) returns with her newborn son; Mork finally meets the former bulge when Sally walks into the record store, exulting in the tiny life form and wondering when he can get one of his own. Unfortunately, a lowlife character named Chuck Wilson (Will Porter) has followed Sally around and now brazenly offers Mork a proposition, his own baby for $10,000. Although Mindy jokes that she only has the kind of money that jingles, the FBI gives her that exact amount, ready to pounce on the thief once the deal is made at the bus station. Mork learns the truth about the infant's true parentage, but has experienced the joys of fatherhood for one hour.
- Robin Williams as Mork
- Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell
- Conrad Janis as Fred McConnell
- Elizabeth Kerr as Cora Hudson
- Ralph James as Voice of Orson