Dale McRaven & Bruce Johnson
December 2, 1979
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
When a jubilant Exidor invites himself and his fiancee to dinner at Mindy's, both Mork and Mindy assume that she is invisible, like Pepe and Exidor's other followers. The engaged couple arrives and Ambrosia is real, charming and a meter maid. Although she loves Exidor, she gets so miffed because Pepe always tags along on their dates that she dumps Exidor. He spends a depressed night at Mindy's, howling out his woe. Mindy learns from Ambrosia that Pepe isn't the only problem. Ambrosia is an old-fashioned girl who won't marry unless Exidor proposes and says he loves her. Mork and Mindy look for a solution when Exidor admits he can't say those words because of an old hangup. Mork must coach the zany Exidor into giving a proper marriage proposal.
It was a simple misunderstanding.
They told me not to talk about it, but... you know, I have one thing to say right here and now. That goat was already dead!
I don't wanna hear about this!
[after having entered Mindy's apartment] Mork! I'm glad you dropped by!
Exidor, why don't you sit down and take a load off your duck waders? We know that rubber must get irritating sometimes. What's this I hear about a Mrs. Exidor?
Oh, Mork, I'm so excited, I just... Pepe! You sit on Obie one more time and you've sucked your last margarita!
Now he thinks I'm the one that's crazy?
Oh, I didn't say that! I just said your oil wasn't touching the dipstick.
You're saving a rock for transportation?
Yes. I'm going to tie it to my leg when I go on vacation in Atlantis!
Los Angeles, CA
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