4 videodiscs : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches
Dolby Digital monophonic
Target Audience Note:
Canadian Home Video Rating: G.
Mork and Mindy. Season two
Mork & Mindy (Television program) [DVD].
Title from container.
Originally broadcast on television.
Director of photography, Stephen H. Burum, F. Bud Mautino, Meredith M. Nicholson ; editor, Bruce Schoengarth ; theme music, Perry Botkin Jr.
Robin Williams, Pam Dawber, Jeffrey Jacquet, Conrad Janis, Elizabeth Kerr.
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital monophonic.
For private home use only.
Audio track in English, captions in English.
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
disc 1. Mork in wonderland (When Mindy gives Mork Earth medicine for his cold, it causes Mork to shrink, sending him to an upside-down planet called Mirth where humor has been banished, in a special one-hour season premiere episode.)
Stark raving Mork (Mork decides fighting would keep the excitement flowing in his relationship with Mindy, especially when he learns about kissing and making up, and gleefully starts a squabble with her.)
Mork's baby blues (The humor is out of this world when an attractive young gold digger mistakenly believes that Mork is a wealthy eccentric and plots to trap the gullible alien into marriage by claiming she is going to have his child.)
Dr. Morkenstein (Comedy explodes when Mork plays doctor to an ailing robot named Chuck who is headed for the junk pile, and the two buddies proceed to drive everyone around them crazy with their antics. Roddy McDowall is the special guest star as Chuck.)
Mork vs. Mindy (The competition gets hot and hilarious when Mork and Mindy vie for the same job with Mindy's stuffy cousin Nelson Flavor, who has hired them as campaign workers in his bid for city councilman before realizing he can afford to keep only one of them.).
disc 2. Mork gets Mindy-itis (Mork develops an allergy to Mindy and the remedy for his ailment leads to embarrassment for Mindy and her cousin.)
A Morkville horror (Mork and Mindy are in for a spirited Halloween when ghosts from Mindy's past create hilarious havoc in the house.)
Mork's health hints (Mork creates riotous turmoil in a hospital when he learns that Mindy has mistakenly been scheduled for brain surgery.)
Dial "N" for Nelson (Mork poses as a talent agent to enter Mindy, posing as the Boulder Bombshell, in a wild audition for dancers at the Bare Facts Club in a hilarious attempt to find out who is pulling political dirty tricks on Nelson Flavor.)
Mork vs. The Necrotrons (Raquel Welch guest stars as a beautiful but deadly agent sent to Earth by the Necrotrons, planet Ork's archenemies. She uses all of her natural talents to romance Mork into spilling all he knows about Earth customs so the Necrotrons can launch an invasion.).
disc 3. Hold that Mork! (Mork creates a high-altitude uproar when he joins the stunning women of the Denver Broncos' Pony Express as pro football's first male cheerleader and prances before 70,000 cheering fans in Denver's Mile High Stadium.)
The Exidor affair (Mork and Mindy find themselves in the middle of Exidor's hilarious love affair with a lovely meter maid, in which Mork must coach the zany Exidor into a proper marriage proposal.)
The Mork syndrome (Mork mistakenly joins the Air Force and gets involved in a secret mission. Thinking the Air Force is a travel club, Mork dons a uniform and becomes Lieutenant Mork Fromork, and recruits Mindy to accompany him on a strange secret mission at the site of a nuclear accident.)
Exidor's wedding (Exidor's mother tries to block his marriage to Ambrosia.)
A mommy for Mindy (Mindy is stunned and Mork is thrilled when Mindy's dad, Fred, returns to Boulder with the younger woman he has just married, giving Mork the comedic opportunity to experience the joys of having the mother he never had.)
The night they raided Mind-ski's (Naive Mork uses cosmic comedy to bust a bunch of hooded fanatics when he attends their Committee to Clean Up Boulder meeting, and learns that the last thing they care about is ecology, and Mindy is one of their targets.)
Mork learns to see (Mork learns new ways to experience the adventures and joys of Earth with an inspirational young singer who is sightless and who believes his father has rejected him because of his handicap. Tom Sullivan is the special guest star as Tom Bickley.).
disc 4. Mork's vacation (Mork's mind orbits off to vacation on a couple of fun planets, leaving his body behind for Mindy, who is shocked when it is occupied by outrageous beings from a planet inhabited by swinging Casanovas and by felines from yet another planet.)
Jeanie loves Mork (Cosmic comedy results when Mindy secretly takes over a newspaper lonely hearts column, recognizes a letter from friend Jeanie, and advises her how to find Mr. Right, now knowing that she will set her sights on Mork, resulting in a hilarious first romance for the Orkan.)
Little orphan Morkie (Mork, brimming with his own hilarious brand of patriotic fervor but without birth certificate or passport, faces deportation unless he marries an American citizen like Mindy or finds someone to adopt him fast.)
Looney tunes and Morkie melodies (Mork calls on all his comedy madness as host of an out-of-this-world television show, with Mindy and their friends giving a cosmic performance to save stodgy candidate Nelson Flavor from blowing his big chance on the tube.)
Clerical error (Mork is up to his "collar" in laughs and spreads panic in the pews when he decides he wants to be a priest and starts dispensing advice in the local church.)
Invasion of the Mork snatchers (Mork, naive to the power of advertising, is exposed to all sorts of TV blurbs, becoming a buy-a-holic who talks in slogans and dreams a hilarious adventure in which he is pursued by characters from today's popular commercials.)
The way Mork were (Mork and Mindy relive hilarious highlights from their past together after Mindy's recently married father, Fred, troubled over his marriage, turns to Mork for Orkan help.).