General Information

Poster for Mork & Mindy
  • Directed by

    Howard Storm

  • Written by

    April Kelly

  • Original Air Date

    February 28, 1980

  • Production Companies

    Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television

  • Distribution Company

    ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)


  • Robin Williams


  • Pam Dawber


  • Ralph James


  • Jay Thomas

    Remo DaVinci

  • Gina Hecht

    Jeanie DaVinci

  • Garry Goodrow

    Father Denny

  • Wendy Cutler

    Laurie the bride-to-be

  • Brad Savage

    Boy in church

  • Mary Betten

    Woman in church

  • Paul Willson

    Drake the suicidal confessor


Father Denny learns that Mork needs work when he comes to the deli to arrange for a wedding reception. He urges Remo to employ Mork to help with the party. Mork's desire to find a job turns into a hysterical mix-up when he thinks that wearing a black jacket and a white collar makes him a priest. Mork makes his naive decision after he hears Father Denny counseling Laurie, the bride-to-be, when she gets cold feet over her impending marriage. Later, when Mindy is asleep, Mork dons clerical attire and slips off to the church. There he confuses parishioners, including a boy who wants to go to confession, and Drake, a man contemplating suicide.


  • Mindy

    Mork! What happened?

  • Mork

    Mindy, you don't want to talk to me, I'm spider spit! I'm not fit to oil your Olay!

  • Mindy

    You didn't get the job.

  • Mork

    No, it's worse! I got it, but then I lost it because of my suspenders!

  • Mindy

    What are you talking about?

  • Mork

    There were 32 little homicidal midgets masquerading as children! They bit me in places I can't even reach!

  • Father Denny

    Excuse me, uh, is Mr. DaVinci here?

  • Mindy

    Oh, yes he is, Father, he's in the back.

  • Father Denny

    Thank you.

  • Mork

    Why do you call him Father?

  • Mindy

    Well, 'cause everyone calls him Father.

  • Mork

    Oh, he must be a real busy guy!



Filming Info

  • Locations

    Los Angeles, CA
    Boulder, CO


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