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Pam Dawber to reunite with Robin Williams on 'The Crazy Ones'

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Robin Williams is a comedic genius. From movies to television, he can find humor anywhere. Williams came back to television with the fall debut of "The Crazy Ones" where he stars opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar. The CBS show has gotten laughs and has had some amazing guest stars. According to a Jan. 24 report from E! Online, Robin Williams will reunite with "Mork and Mindy" co-star Pam Dawber on an upcoming episode of "The Crazy Ones." Williams took to Twitter to confirm the news and express his excitement.

"Mork and Mindy" was on-air from 1978 to 1982. Robin Williams played Mork, the alien from planet Ork. Pam Dawber played Mindy, a lovely young woman who took Mork in and eventually went on to marry him. The two have a lot of chemistry together when on-screen.

The episode will presumably air before Season 1 of "The Crazy Ones" ends. Fans are excited to see Pam Dawber back on the small screen, even if only for a few minutes. A mini "Mork and Mindy" reunion is just what CBS needs to possibly help boost some of the ratings.

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