Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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Mork in Wonderland: Part 1 

After taking cold medicine, Mork begins to shrink.

Director:

Howard Storm

Writers:

Garry Marshall (created by) (as Garry K. Marshall), Dale McRaven (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robin Williams ... Mork
Pam Dawber ... Mindy McConnell
Tom Poston ... Mr. Bickley
Robert Donner ... Exidor
Ronnie Schell ... Bob Faith (credit only)
Jeremy Vernon Jeremy Vernon ... Jerry Looney (as Jeremy Krispien) (credit only)
Johnny Haymer ... Danny St. Tommy (credit only)
Ralph James Ralph James ... Orson (voice)
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After taking cold medicine, Mork begins to shrink.

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Genres:

Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 September 1979 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is based on Lewis Carroll's "Alice In Wonderland" See more »

Goofs

Mr. Bickley's German Shepherd mix (short hair) puppy has turned into a full grown Sheep Dog between the filming of Season 1 and Season 2. Puppy was last seen in Season 1 episodes 24, 21 and 11 as a German Shepherd mix. See more »

Quotes

Mork: [Mindy offered a yeast pill to Mork as an attempt to reverse his shrinking, but it was way too big for Mork to take, so she runs to try to dissolve it in water for him]
[Mork feels himself shrinking more]
Mork: Hurry up, Mindy!
[She races back but it's too late, Mork is now shrinking into oblivion]
Mork: Mindy? MINDY!
[He disappears only leaving behind his clothes]
Mindy McConnell: [In tears] Oh my God! He's gone!
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Connections

References Steamboat Willie (1928) See more »

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The second season alarmingly opens with total fantasy
9 October 2016 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

"Mork in Wonderland" signaled the beginning of the end for MORK AND MINDY, too many radical changes in the series to sustain its initial success. Robin Williams was partly to blame, as he wanted Mork to become more sophisticated, when his character's broad appeal was based on his childlike view at the world's foibles. The switch from its cozy Thursday night time slot to Sunday opposite the popular ARCHIE BUNKER'S PLACE knocked the show out of the Top 5 all the way down to #27, before a return to Thursdays that failed to ignite sagging ratings. New characters replaced Fred and Cora (she only appears in 8 more episodes, one the third season, the other seven the fourth), inexplicably written out at the start of this season, and the writers tried to remake the series as what one critic accurately described as 'THREE'S COMPANY in outer space,' ratcheting up the sexual tension between Mork and Mindy, despite the fact it was already there. The opener was a one hour broadcast, split into two for syndication, with Mork's reaction to antihistamine medication reducing him in size like Grant Williams in the 1957 classic "The Incredible Shrinking Man." Mork calls for a shrink, and Exidor (Robert Donner) drops by for a welcome visit, concluding that Mork isn't shrinking, everyone else is getting bigger! Even an emergency call to Orson cannot prevent him from shrinking to microscopic size for the second chapter of this oddity. The special effects are variable but serve their purpose.


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