March 15, 1979
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
Mork is at the mercy of Mindy's nasty neighbor. After Bickley appears during a party at Mindy's apartment to complain about the noise, she discovers that her necklace is missing. Playing detective, Mork contacts all her friends, including those whose "mug shots" appear in her yearbook, and accuses each of the theft. After a second visit from Bickley, other items, including the age machine, are missing, and Mork and Mindy realize he is the culprit. While they are wondering why their neighbor has turned to stealing, Bickley starts playing with all the machine's little buttons, thinking it's a calculator. Bickley unknowingly causes Mork to go through several age changes, including Mork as a baby, a teenager and a middle-aged American.
Mork, I'm sorry I sat on your face!
That's all right, Julius, I do that all the time.