November 16, 1978
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
Mork learns the human facts of life when he meets Mindy's friend Sally, who is expecting her baby soon. Mork, reared by an iron-clawed computer, envies the unborn child and decides that mothers have the most important job on Earth. Meanwhile, Mindy's former fiance, Dan, has re-entered her life, pressing for marriage and babies. Mindy is tempted to accept, but doesn't know what it would be like to have a child. She finds out when Mork, troubled by the fact that he never had a real mom, uses his Orkan age machine to revert to a three-year-old and takes Mindy as his newly adopted mother. Suddenly Mindy has a noisy child in the attic while Dan is present.
Can I get you something to sit on? Here! Here's my footstool.
Now that's a great idea! A footstool that's shaped like a foot!
Wait 'til you see the end tables I ordered.
Oh, I just felt a kick!
Someone kicked you? It must have been hit and run!
Mork! Her baby kicked her.
Why? What did she do to it?
I promise you, it's perfectly safe. Come here, I wanna show you something... don't be afraid! Look.
There's a baby in there? You're trying to jive my socks off! There's a real live ka al lala... whoa! Shazbot! Kids get in the darndest places!
You must have fallen asleep while watching TV.
Well, if I was asleep then the TV was watching me.