Mork and Mindy Buzz fueled by Reunion

Posted: Jan 24 2014, 8:38am CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind
Updated: Jan 24 2014, 8:48am CST

 

Mork and Mindy Buzz fueled by Reunion
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Legendary Mork and Mindy sitcom from late seventies is all the buzz today. The reason is that actress Pam Dawber appears on Robin Williams' new hit sitcom The Crazy Ones - creating a Mork and Mindy Reunion.

The news of Pam Dawber joining Robin Williams in his hit TV Show The Crazy Ones is bringing Mork and Mindy back into America's mind. As reported earlier there will be a special The Crazy Ones episode in Spring that is bringing on Pam Dawber. Pam Dawber played Robin Williams' wife in the Mork & Mindy show from the late 70s. Robin Williams played an alien from planet Mork. The Mork and Mindy show ran from 1978 to 1982 on ABC.

We found a funny Mork and Mindy segment that has as guest star a very young looking David Letterman. Watch the video below to enjoy a blast from the past. Watch also below the Mork and Mindy TV show opening with the nanu nanu greeting.

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