Mork & Mindy

Season 1 Episode 19

Yes Sir, That's My Baby

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 15, 1979 on ABC
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Yes Sir, That's My Baby
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When Mork meets Sally's newborn son, his zealous desire to have a baby of his own is overheard by a kidnapper who offers to sell him one for $10,000.

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Mork reasons that he can sell 20,000 apples at a nickel each to raise $10,000. In fact it would require 200,000 apples to raise that amount.

      • One of the imaginary people Mork gave an imaginary cigar to was named Chuck. This was likely Robin Williams ad-libbing. However, as Sleazy's character name was Chuck, it could have implied some off-script conversation between Mork and Sleazy where Chuck disclosed his real name to Mork.

      • That Sleazy was arrested with FBI-marked bills in his possession proves nothing about his kidnapping/baby-selling activities. He could just as easily have received the money from Mork if he had legally sold Mork, say, a car.

      • Will Porter is credited as Sleazy. But his character's name is given as Chuck Wilson, alias Chuck Martin, alias Charles Henthorne.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • When Cora concedes to Mindy, "Mork's no actor," the direct context was to keep him ignorant of his role in an FBI sting. This was also a playful slam on Robin Williams, who at the time was better known for stand-up comedy, and had very little acting experience.

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