John B. Collins & Deborah Raznick
February 11, 1982
Henderson Production Company, Miller-Milkis Productions, Paramount Television
ABC (television), Paramount Home Video (DVD)
While Mork and Mindy are in a men's clothing store where son Mearth is being fitted for his first suit, Orson angrily "fits" Mork with a memory-robbing silver helmet that makes him forget everything on Earth, including his family, because Mork has neglected his job of reporting back to his planet due to family responsibilities. Mearth presents him with a This Was Your Life scrapbook, but he does not know anyone. The situation appears to be hopeless until weird Exidor arrives and is recognized by Mork. Then Exidor decides to hypnotize him.
This is a joke, and I'm the butt of it!
Mearth, don't be... now don't be like that. I think you look very handsome, doesn't he, daddy?
[mocking] Yeees! What does he know? He promised to take me to the circus.
Well, that's what your mommy told me.
Oh, uh, sir, we're ready to be altered.
Altered? Like Mrs. Simmons' cat? I don't want him moping around the house all day and then laying on the T.V.
I can't believe it! Look at all these scribbly marks he put all over me... I feel like some kind of rotten subway! You know something? Mother's Day is coming up, I believe it's in May. And I've JUST cancelled your present.
Well, Mearth, I told you. I told you we were going clothes shopping, and that's what we're doing. And that's final.
Wait a minute. How 'bout a sailor suit?
You can't go anywhere in a sailor suit.
Donald Duck does.
He's right, Min, and Donald Duck doesn't have to wear pants.