Mork & Mindy

Mork & Mindy (1978)

2 mistakes in Pilot (2)

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Pilot (2) - S1-E2

Revealing mistake: Before the officer comes in, Mork is 'saving' eggs. When Mork puts an egg under the cushion of the first bar stool, the cushion's underside is already wet or sticky with what looks like egg.

Pilot (2) - S1-E2

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the court scene, before Mindy and Fred enter, on the close up shot of Mork, there is someone in a suit standing behind him (looks like Fred). In the long shots, no one is behind him.

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