Bruce Kalish & Phillip Taylor
October 7, 1979
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
Chuck the Robot [voice]
Mork is employed as a night watchman at a science exhibition where he befriends Chuck, an ailing robot who is scheduled for dismantling because his circuits are failing. Mork programs the robot to play games and talk with him. Chuck begins to experience emotions and follows Mork home to learn about life and why it's worth living. The two buddies proceed to drive everyone around them crazy with their antics.
Have you ever heard of the story of Frankenstein?
Oh, yeah, it's an incredible love story.
We'll play, um... I Spy, you be Robert Culp, I'll be Bill Cosby, all right?
I spy with my little eye, something beginning with the letter A. [Chuck's head spins around] Whoa! Great impression of Linda Blair!
Hot, but no rain!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! These emotions are interesting. I'd like to experience more of them... adhesive tape!
Sticky, but no banana! Chuck, you'll never get emotions if you're cramped up in this tiny cooped-up space all the time! Well, I guess you're not going to guess it. I'll have to tell you... It was air!
Oh, but it's supposed to be something you can see! You can't see air!
Ah, then you've never been to Los Angeles.