It was a "Mork & Mindy" reunion Thursday night as Pam Dawber teamed up with Robin Williams again for a guest spot on his CBS comedy series, "The Crazy Ones."
The two starred together in the late '70s sitcom "Mork & Mindy." Williams played Mork, an alien from the planet Ork, and Dawber was featured as the young woman who befriends him. Their characters eventually got married on the show.
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In "The Crazy Ones," Williams plays an eccentric head of an advertisement agency opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar and James Wolk. The show opened to strong ratings in September, leading to CBS to order a full season of the freshman comedy series in October, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Dawber guest starred on Thursday night's episode as Lily, a writer who becomes involved with Williams' character.
Williams took to social media to welcome back his old friend.
Dawber lived her life mostly out of the spotlight after "Mork & Mindy" wrapped in 1982. She says she consciously made the decision to focus on her family.
"There's a point where something has to give," she told the LA TV Examiner.
"I had really come to a decision where I had had the opportunity to do just about everything you can do in show business. And I really wanted to stay home and raise my kids. I wanted to be home, I wanted to make them dinner, I wanted to drive them to school, and participate in that part of life."
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