November 9, 1978
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
Mindy tries to convince Mork that people are taking advantage of him because he believes anything he hears. While Mork is alone at the music store, Officer Boyd pursues Dittman, an escaped car thief, into the store and handcuffs him to a rail while he chases an accomplice. Dittman convinces Mork that he only wanted to see his sick mother for the last time, and promises to return the next day. Mork zaps off his handcuffs and has to face the music when Boyd returns.
Oh, therefore if I think the sky is falling, ipso facto I am gullible.
Yeah, I'm afraid so. Like yesterday, when you heard that TV commercial that said to run out and catch a bus, and you started building a trap.
I would have caught one too. I was going to use a segregated school as bait!
Boy, a coat! Just what I've always wanted!
Oh, come on! You should put it on and get dressed and go out and observe the snow. It'll be a whole new experience.
Are you sure those sky flakes won't bash my brains out?
I promise you, it's perfectly safe. Come here, I wanna show you something... don't be afraid! Look.
Whoa! It's cold and beautiful!... and not housebroken.
But I know he'll come back! He promised!
Mork, the man lied to you, just as those crummy Venusians lied to me!
I know, you can't trust a man with four lips. All you get is double talk.