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Behind The Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork & Mindy

Robin leaves an appearance at the Comedy Store. He now needs a bodyguard to get him past his screaming fans. As he gets into his limo, the bodyguard hands him a little packet of blow. Blow, I tell you!

Pam is being interviewed by a reporter. He asks her about rumors of a romance between her and Robin, and she responds, "Me and Robin? I don't think so." Because he's an icky boy. The interviewer continues, asking only questions about Robin and nothing about Pam. She sticks up for herself (because she's cool like that), asking if the guy wants to know anything about her. He asks her what it's like to be the second banana, and she tells him, "I'm just happy being in the fruit bowl." Hmmmmm. She gets called away to wardrobe. As the interviewer leaves, he tells a couple of the writers that Pam's nice, "but let's face it, there'd be a big audience for a show called Mork & Furniture." If Furniture was played by the electric chair, I'd be down with that. Pam overhears this, and Alan Davis gives her an embarrassed look, but she just shrugs it off.

Frank is in his office, dumping a show in the trash (literally -- he took some show's card off the board and dumped it in the trash). He and Redhead are on the phone with Garry, congratulating him on the fact that all three of his shows were in the top five the previous week. Theme Four and Theme Three collide, as the networks unveils their plans to "improve" Mork & Mindy by firing Conrad and Elizabeth and moving it to a new time slot to compete against Archie Bunker. Garry is unhappy, but he doesn't really fight the changes.

Robin drives up to the gate of his manse to find a couple of female fans standing in the rain waiting for him. He doesn't even stop to talk to them, and drives up to the house. Valerie is waiting inside, sitting on a couch, which seems to be the only piece of furniture in the room. It's time for Theme Number Two to make an appearance -- Valerie is angry about the chippies hanging around the gate. And she's angry about the fact that Robin never spends any time with her. He promises not to fall in love with anyone else, but when she asks him to promise not to sleep with anyone else, he freezes up. She leaves him to stew in his own filth.

Robin is still stewing in the back of his limo. Suddenly, he orders the driver to stop the car. There's some homeless guy on the sidewalk doing Robin's act. In fact, he seems to be wearing Robin's outfit from the opening scene. Robin hops out and throws a hundred bucks in the guy's hat. And then he gets on the phone to call his lawyers. (No, not really.) Back in the limo, Robin wipes his nose and finds blood coming out of it.

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Behind The Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork & Mindy

Robin leaves an appearance at the Comedy Store. He now needs a bodyguard to get him past his screaming fans. As he gets into his limo, the bodyguard hands him a little packet of blow. Blow, I tell you!

Pam is being interviewed by a reporter. He asks her about rumors of a romance between her and Robin, and she responds, "Me and Robin? I don't think so." Because he's an icky boy. The interviewer continues, asking only questions about Robin and nothing about Pam. She sticks up for herself (because she's cool like that), asking if the guy wants to know anything about her. He asks her what it's like to be the second banana, and she tells him, "I'm just happy being in the fruit bowl." Hmmmmm. She gets called away to wardrobe. As the interviewer leaves, he tells a couple of the writers that Pam's nice, "but let's face it, there'd be a big audience for a show called Mork & Furniture." If Furniture was played by the electric chair, I'd be down with that. Pam overhears this, and Alan Davis gives her an embarrassed look, but she just shrugs it off.

Frank is in his office, dumping a show in the trash (literally -- he took some show's card off the board and dumped it in the trash). He and Redhead are on the phone with Garry, congratulating him on the fact that all three of his shows were in the top five the previous week. Theme Four and Theme Three collide, as the networks unveils their plans to "improve" Mork & Mindy by firing Conrad and Elizabeth and moving it to a new time slot to compete against Archie Bunker. Garry is unhappy, but he doesn't really fight the changes.

Robin drives up to the gate of his manse to find a couple of female fans standing in the rain waiting for him. He doesn't even stop to talk to them, and drives up to the house. Valerie is waiting inside, sitting on a couch, which seems to be the only piece of furniture in the room. It's time for Theme Number Two to make an appearance -- Valerie is angry about the chippies hanging around the gate. And she's angry about the fact that Robin never spends any time with her. He promises not to fall in love with anyone else, but when she asks him to promise not to sleep with anyone else, he freezes up. She leaves him to stew in his own filth.

Robin is still stewing in the back of his limo. Suddenly, he orders the driver to stop the car. There's some homeless guy on the sidewalk doing Robin's act. In fact, he seems to be wearing Robin's outfit from the opening scene. Robin hops out and throws a hundred bucks in the guy's hat. And then he gets on the phone to call his lawyers. (No, not really.) Back in the limo, Robin wipes his nose and finds blood coming out of it.

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