Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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Skyflakes Keep Falling on My Head 

Exidor loans Mork and Mindy his decrepit cabin in the woods. Meanwhile, Exidor plans to become a rock star so he can obtain the title Emperor of Earth.

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Exidor loans Mork and Mindy his decrepit cabin in the woods. Meanwhile, Exidor plans to become a rock star so he can obtain the title Emperor of Earth.

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1 February 1979 (USA)  »

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Title is vaguely derived from the Oscar-winning 'Hal David'-Burt Bacharach song "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head". See more »

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After they wake up, Mork is touching the area where the fire was at, then all of a sudden his hands are by his chest. See more »

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Exidor: The man exudes charm. I have a feeling in a previous life, he was a dust cover.
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Stayin' Alive
Written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb
Performed by Robin Williams
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Exidor and Vincent Price
19 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Skyflakes Keep Falling on My Head" finds Exidor taking music lessons from an exasperated Cora, intending to forsake preaching for Venus or O.J. by becoming emperor of the world. Listing rock stars like Joe Cocker, Mick Jagger and Bette Midler, he figures he'll conquer America before Europe and Africa, but his accordion playing leaves much to be desired. Mork asks Exidor if he knows of a place where Mindy can vacation for a couple of days after working hard to finish her college thesis. He suggests his cabin in the wilderness, which he bought four years earlier: "when I was a doctor!" A three mile walk from car to cabin proves torturous, with an avalanche, a sprained ankle, and their luggage washing down stream to Lake Meade. Without a key for the door, Mork's kick sends the whole place crashing down, as the cold and snow builds throughout the night. Exidor saves them by driving up the easy way, acknowledging that Mark chose to 'take the hike': "they don't make cliffs like that anymore!" Even Vincent Price gets a name check after Mork is frightened by one of his movies.


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