Mork & Mindy

Mork & Mindy (1978)

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Continuity mistake: In all episodes, shots and zooms from outside onto Mindy's apartment show a different front of windows than from the inside. That includes size (width vs. height), glass patterns and coloring, and distance between single windows. Even the glass patterns seen from outside occasionally change from episode to episode. From the inside there is a door (to the staircase) between the small window to the right and the bow-front. From the outside, space for a door or a staircase is completely missing.

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Quotes

Orson: You opened the door to your emotions, didn't you?
Mork: Yes, Sir.
Orson: You realise you've broken the highest Orkan law. It is my duty to report you to the Council.
Mork: I understand. But I don't regret what I've done, sir. You see, for the first time in my life, I feel really alive, I feel fantastic! Oh, I wish you could try it! I wish you could feel some of the things I've been feeling!
Orson: Impossible. I could never do that. They'd throw me in prison.
Mork: Oh, I don't mean to be disrespectful, your immenseness, but until you can marvel at a rainbow after a storm or rejoice at seeing a baby walk for the first time, or hold someone and have them feel the same warmth inside as you feel close to them outside - until you can do these things, aren't you already in prison?

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Trivia

Robin Williams improvised so much of his dialogue that the show's writers finally stopped writing his lines and just left blank space in the scripts with cues and prompts for him.

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