October 14, 1979
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
Nelson Flavor, with aspirations towards the Vice Presidency of the United States, drops by Mindy's apartment to enlist her her help with the women's vote in his district for the upcoming local election. Mindy is miffed by Nelson's sexist attitude when he hires her as an office girl, and Mork as his executive assistant. When Nelson is unable to choose between Mork and Mindy in a staff cut, they agree to compete for the job.
Nelson Flavor's my cousin. He's the son of my crazy rich aunt.
What's a cousin?
Somebody who's related to your parents.
Oh, you've struck a sore note there, Mindy. I'm a test tube baby. Even I'm not related to my parents. Why have I never met this man?
Well, he's just so straight... All right, you want to know what he does for a living? He manufactures attache cases.
Sounds like a brief career. Ah, but that's his bag, though... ar ar!
You know, you always have a way of looking at the bright side of things.
Well, I have to, Mindy, 'cause you see, today I got fired from my job.
Oh no, Mork, not another one!
Yeah, I sold a whoopie cushion to a deaf man.