May 13, 1982
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
On the run from evil Neptunian Kalnik, Mork, Mindy and Mearth are targets in a highway shootout and, caught by their enemy while hiding at an Arizona fat farm, decide that their only chance of living is to go public about Mork's real roots. While the family tries to blend in with porky patrons at the farm until Mindy's father, Fred, arrives with emergency funds, Mearth is pursued by an amorous widow who doesn't know he's really a tiny tot in a man's body. There's rejoicing when Fred arrives -- until he whips off his Fred mask to reveal he is Kalnik.
Whew. Would you look at this place? Looks like Sylvester Stallone's library!
Who cares? It's a better place to hide than Edna's Reptile Dinner Theater.
I loved it when that iguana sang Oklahoma!
And now, I want to introduce to you all someone who has proved to me that life on other planets is not only peaceful, but compassionate and loving -- Mork.
Uh. Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. America, and all couples that are just living together.
Just tell them about yourself.
Yes, I am an alien, and cold pizza gives me gas. Um, I-I know i-it's going to be difficult for some of you to accept me because I-I'm different, but hey, I-I really pose no threat to you. Hey, I'm just like all of you, except I have three hearts and no liver. And who likes liver, anyway?