Deborah Raznick & John B. Collins
January 15, 1981
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
Glenda Faye Comstock
Although Mork doesn't understand charity, he is determined to help Mindy, who is upset that time is running out and she has not raised the money she pledged for Boulder's new children's hospital. Mork tries his Morkathon performance at DaVinci's Restaurant, where he meets Godfrey. At the bus station, Godfrey has Mork attempt various techniques to no avail until he has Mork try a silent, pathetic-looking approach on a passerby. Later, Mork, in tattered bum's clothing, takes a hatful of money to Mindy. She is outraged to learn that he panhandled from her friend, so Mork decides to put the money back into circulation - his own way.
Min, Min Min Min! Why didn't you tell me that you needed money? I mean you can have anything I own, except for my lips because those are rented.
Oh! Boy, you're slicker than a Teflon banana peel! Oh, boy, I didn't even know I was had!
[licking envelopes] You know, maybe this would be easier if I'd use a sponge.
Oh, sorry, Mork took all our sponges down to the river and set them free.
EUREKA, Mind! [Mindy starts coughing] Mind, what's wrong?
I just swallowed a stamp!
Well, quick, swallow a letter!
[testily] Not yet, Mork.
[sheepishly] OK, Mind.
OK, now I'm ready. Mork?
I realize that you are a creature from outer space.
'Creature's' a little rough, isn't it, Mind?
Not at the moment.
Why do I feel like I'm sitting next to Mt. St. Mindy?
Now I realize that you are a creature from outer space, but there are certain things that even The Blob wouldn't do.
Min, what'd I do wrong? I just wanted to raise money for your hospital.
I know, Mork, but begging in the bus station where all my friends could see you...
It wasn't all your friends, Mind, it was just six of 'em! Besides, they were only good for $20.