November 2, 1978
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
Funeral Home Attendant
Mork believes that humans are honest because Mindy lectured him on "splinking", his Orkan word for lying. Then Arnold Wanker, who is trying to oust Mindy's family from the music store property, dies while he is in a rage at the store. His widow, Annie, and everyone else--including Mindy--begin to chorus what a wonderful man Wanker was. Unfamiliar with Earthlings' little white lies, Mork, hearing the loving tributes being paid to the deceased landlord who was the meanest man in town, decides to jump-start him back to life. Out of compassion for his grieving friends, Mork employs his Orkan power to revive the deceased.
Do you mind if I go to the store with you today? I am observing the leader of the dogs.
What leader of the dogs?
The red leader in front of the store, the short one with the four bumps that hangs around the curb.
Oh, that's a fire hydrant. That's not the leader of the dogs.
Then why do they all salute him?
See you at lunch, Mindy.
Bye! Are you going to be all right?
Yes, my project for the day is to go to the park and observe how the pigeons train the old people to feed them.