The sci-fi comedy face ratings problems and was cancelled. Guest Star: as Augustus J. Guest Star: Tom Poston as Franklin Bickley Orkan Fact: Orkans evolve from chickens. After constant hounding from Fred, Mork agrees to move out of Mindy's apartment. When Mindy's father, Fred, discovers that Mork has moved in with Mindy, Deputy Tilwick offers to scare Mork off. It turns out though that he is entirely made of membrane, so Mindy helplessly watches Mork shrink to nothing.
Nelson uses the idea of Mork being a cheerleader to further his campaign. But due to a typographical error, Mindy is mistaken for another patient and nearly ends up getting brain surgery instead. Now, Mork must pass for human, but also Mindy must figure out how to keep the de-aging Mearth from drawing attention as Mearth finds Earth extremely different from what his life on Ork would be. He says everyone could use a little improvement, which inspires Mork to go to a plastic surgeon. When Exidor's invisible friend Pepe ruins the dinner date, Mork ends up taking Exidor in.
Mork wants to get revenge on Strand, so he puts him on trial before a jury of broken appliances that are in the repair shop. But due to a typographical error, Mindy is mistaken for another patient and nearly ends up getting brain surgery instead. Mindy accidentally eats an Orkan dessert which makes her behave strangely. Mork and Mindy switch places for a morning to see how the other feels. When Mork hears she needs more friends her age, he decides to become one by using his Orkan Age Machine.
He tries his Morkathon performance to no avail and ends up taking up panhandling to collect money for the children's hospital when he meets a panhandler named Godfrey. Orkan Fact: Marriage is outlawed on Ork ever since Ork's Dark Ages. She uses feminine charms to get information about Earth out of Mork's mind. Mork lands, in a giant eggshell, near Boulder, Colorado and is befriended by pretty Mindy McConnell, a clerk at a music store run by her father. Mork soon becomes depressed when Bob becomes still and apparently lifeless. Xerko turns out to be an arrogant and egotistical man and he wants Mork's job of reporting back to Orson.
He holds a party to meet all the employees' families. This causes more problems than usual on the home front when the minds of the aliens inhabit Mork's body. Ruby during a performance and Mork takes her place. No report to Orson is made in this episode. Whether the aliens are themselves visitors from other planets or are representative of other races native to Ork is unclear. Orson retaliates by turning him into a sheepdog. While shrunk, Mork finds himself in an odd 'alternate universe' called Mirth, where humor has been outlawed.
He's captured by a cult of Utopians and Mork and Mindy pretend to be part of the cult to rescue him. Thus, Mork apparently defeats Kalnik for good and the demolished apartment is successfully repaired. In most of he would appear as Mork's son Mearth. This causes problems for Mindy. Mindy makes Mork apologize on the air. Bickley goes to a singles bar for a night out.
Kama and Sutra capture Mindy in order to lure Mork to Captain Nirvana. The show returned to Thursday nights in January 1980, and began returning for regular guest appearances. When the fanatics vandalize Mindy's apartment upon learning that she is half-Polish, Mork resorts to his antics to turn the tide against them. Yet the person who ends up adopting Mork is Exidor. After Fred saves Mork's life, Mork decides to turn himself in to pay for Fred's plumbing bills, and Mindy's college tuition. Now Mork must deactivate the defective Mindys before they can cause any trouble.
Viewers might tune in one day to find Mork watering plants with his finger or another to discover a pint-size version of the alien trying to get back to size again. While taking her place on the show, he spreads gossip about his friends. Nelson uses the idea of Mork being a cheerleader to further his campaign. She uses feminine charms to get information about Earth out of Mork's mind. When Mindy kisses him, his emotions are released, but now the Orkan cannot control them, resulting in embarrassing shifts from moment to moment. Mork looks human, but his strange mixture of Orkan and Earthling customs leads most people to think of him as a nut.
Now Mork and Mindy must find a way to convince Princess Lusitania to let Exidor get married. While shrunk, Mork finds himself in an odd 'alternate universe' called Mirth, where humor has been outlawed. Mork kills two birds with one stone by using his Orkan Age Machine to regress himself to 3 years old, which results in hilarious complications. While Mork tries to keep Exidor from leaving, Mindy tries to get Ambrosia to take Exidor back. As a kid, the Mearth character was funny, and added to Mork, the Merth-Mork combo was comic genius for the under ten crowd. Mork and Mindy take Mearth back to class and Mearth uses his parents as a show-and-tell item which gains the respect of his classmates.