Lloyd Turner & Gordon Mitchell
October 5, 1978
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
In his confusion over the meaning of love - because emotions have been done away with on Ork - Mork turns to Mindy for counsel. She advises him that if he wants to be like an Earth person he will have to experience the emotion himself. Mork gathers more information on the subject from Mindy's grandmother, Cora Hudson, and from his main munchkin pal Eugene. Thus educated, Mork falls madly in love with a shapely blonde, to Mindy's dismay.
Mork, you talk to your spacesuit?
Of course! It spoke first, I'd be rude not to reply.
Oh, how'd your observation of traffic go today?
Oh, not very well. Why do they call it "rush hour" when nothing moves?
Mork, you can't love an inanimate object.
Why not? You say you love your book.
And you said you loved "Here Comes the Fleet."
That's different, too!
Isn't my love for Dolly different?
That's TOO different!